Be Your Own Barista – Andes Mint Mocha

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Andes Mint Mocha

Be Your Own Barista with Andes Mint Mocha

Have you ever wanted a fancy coffee drink, but you don’t want to spend a bundle on a special coffee maker, or drive to the coffeehouse?  Well, you don’t have to!  You can make a delicious Andes Mint Mocha at home in minutes with things you probably have on hand.  I reserve a pretty mug for this beautiful drink.  Andes Mint Mocha is an easy drink to make simply and in just a couple of minutes for a special treat every day.

Making Andes Mint Mocha At Home

There are only four, maybe five, ingredients in an amazing Andes Mint Mocha.  The first is, of course, Andes Mints.  For every cup you make, you’ll need a total of four Andes Mints.  Milk or half n half, heated, melts three and a half of the mints in the bottom of your cup.  Strong, hot good quality coffee rounds out the cup for a fresh, minty, chocolate-flavored coffee.  Topping the delicious drink is a cap of whipped cream and half of an Andes Mint.  The drink looks amazing and tastes like the best coffee house minted coffee you’ve ever had.

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Be Your Own Barista – Andes Mint Mocha

Be Your Own Barista – Andes Mint Mocha

Ingredients

  • 4 Andes Mints
  • 3 oz milk
  • 4 oz quality strong coffee
  • whipped cream

Instructions

  1. Place 3 ½ Andes Mints in the bottom of your mug.
  2. Heat the milk to simmering and pour over the mints. Stir until smooth.
  3. Add the coffee and stir again.
  4. Top with whipped cream and the ½ of mint.
  5. Enjoy!
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Adding Flavors to your Andes Mint Mocha

It’s easy to change up your Andes Mint Mocha for a slightly different flavor for a change of pace.  Sprinkling ground cinnamon or nutmeg on the whipped cream or mixing it into the drink itself makes a sensational change.  If you would like to take your drink a little further south of the border, add a bit of chili powder to the mix.  Aztecs mixed chili in with their chocolate for an amazingly spicy and smooth blend.  You can also use other flavors of Andes candies Cherry Chocolate will be a great blend with coffee, giving you a tangy sweetness.  Toffee would also be a fantastic choice for a buttery coffee that tastes like you just stepped out of the coffeehouse.  Next time you don’t want to drive for coffee make Andes Mint Mocha at home for a great boost to your day.

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Comments

  1. Hope you are having a fantastic week and thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  2. Hi there girly!
    If you’re interested, I starting a new link up on Tuesdays over at my blog. It’s a great way to share your content and meet other awesome bloggers. I’d LOVE to have you share a post!
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  3. This looks really good! A shop near my house has something similar and calls it the grasshopper! Pinning now:)

  4. I’m sure anything with andes mints is delicious, but I can already taste the minty chocolate coffee goodness of this!

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