This Easy Homemade Peppermint Mocha Latte is the perfect warm, + cozy thing to indulge in during the winter months. Believe it or not, peppermint + mocha flavors are a THING and will surely become your newest obsession during the Holiday season! Literally whipped together in a few short minutes, this homemade latte comes fully dairy-free, vegan, + gluten-free. Enjoy this caffeine-filled cup of goodness every morning.
Easy Homemade Peppermint Mocha Latte. Honestly, I never thought that I would be mentioning Peppermint + Mocha because I haven’t shared any coffee related recipes on Orchids + Sweet Tea before this—-but it’s true. They are SO AMAZING together and I now understand the idea of #PeppermintLatteDay.
This one definitely tops the list, right up there with my latest latte—Easy Warm Apple Chai Latte.
I don’t know about you, but homemade lattes seem to be the best thing invented. Usually, I enjoy a nice Chai Latte from Starbucks, however, it’s been so refreshing to try new + bold flavors.
Now at Day 3, I hope that you’re getting your mugs ready for this amazing Peppermint Mocha Latte.
This Vegan Pumpkin Chai Latte is made with only a handful of ingredients and is the perfect warmth + coziness to any day. Literally whipped together in a few short minutes, this homemade latte comes fully dairy-free, vegan, + gluten-free. Enjoy this coffee-free cup of goodness every morning.
This Vegan Chai Tea Latte with Turmeric is the epitome of a good cup of warmth and delicious chai spices, just in time for the Holidays. It’s super easy to make, requires only a handful of ingredients, a great caffeine alternative to coffee, and comforting. All vegan and gluten-free.
Looking for delicious chocolate recipes for this season? Try this Creamy Homemade Caramel Hot Chocolate—the epitome of rich + comforting for the Fall + Winter seasons. When it comes to the perfect breakfast—-this Easy Vegan Chocolate Bread is a rich + decadent sweet indulge for any season.
Very easy to whip together and uses minimal main ingredients.
Ready in less than 30 minutes TOTAL—-including prep.
Warm and comforting with every sip.
Loaded with delicious Fall/Winter spices + flavors.
A great coffee alternative!
All dairy-free, vegan, + GF.
Makes for the perfect sweet treat for the entire family.
OK, so when it came to the coffee or caffeine element, I chose to use espresso powder. Honestly, before this year, I never really used espresso powder, however, since using it in this Vegan Brownie Cookie Dough Cake, which I had the pleasure of collaborating with my friend, Britt from the Banana Diaries.
Ever since then, I’ve been loving the burst of decadence that it adds to anything chocolate. It’s almost as if it brings out the rich flavor more.
Of course, I had to add it to this latte so that I could gain the same decadence and richness with the pops of peppermint flavor in every sip.
The awesome thing about espresso powder is that it dissolves quickly into your baking or warm drink needs.
Mocha is simply a mere combination of coffee and chocolate. That short + sweet. Haha.
TIP #1: Double up on the Coffee or Chocolate. Who doesn’t love a good burst of flavor by adding more.
TIP #2: Twist things up by using white chocolate instead! Still get the same richness of chocolate, but by using white chocolate.
Tip #3: Make this latte a “Skinny Version”, which means less calories by using 1% or 2% milk and a sweetener replacer.
Absolutely! Feel free to add 2 shots of espresso or a 1/2 cup of freshly strongly brewed coffee if you’d like.
This latte is so easily drinkable and not thick in texture at all. This drink is lighter and has a beautiful creamy and foaminess to it due to the melted marshmallows on top. SO GOOD!
Definitely! For added pizzazz, you can add frothed milk or you can drink it with Cocowhip or nothing at all. The possibilities are endless.
Yup. While I enjoy the slow and true cooking method of using my stovetop, you can make this latte within your blender. Some high-tech blenders like the Vitamix has a heating mode which allows you to blend and warm at the same time, which is one way to do it. Of course, if you’re like me, then using your stovetop is just as easy.
Easy Homemade Peppermint Mocha Latte.