The Paleo Mocha Frappe made with Cold Brew Coffee is great if you’re on a health binge and you want to make some changes to your diet. Eating healthy doesn’t mean that your meals and drinks are boring and tasteless. This coffee drink recipe is both healthy and tasty!
What Is Paleo
A paleo diet only includes foods that were consumed by early humans. These foods aren’t processed and exclude dairy and grain products. Paleo diets often consist of fresh vegetables, fruit, meat, and fish.
The Base: Cold Brew Coffee
Cold brew coffee not only tastes way better but is a lot healthier for you since you preserve all the organic compounds and oils when you brew coffee cold.
To make your cold brew coffee base you will need a high-quality coffee pouch and your favorite gourmet coffee beans.
Place medium grind coffee into your Madesco coffee pouch ensuring that the coffee is settled at the bottom of the pouch.
Hold the mouth of your pouch above your brewing jar and slowly pour cool water into the pouch so that the coffee is thoroughly covered.
Close the pouch with the drawstring and place it into your container of water ensuring that the coffee is below water level.
Leave the coffee to brew for 12 to 24 hours.
You now have a batch of cold brew coffee to use in your Paleo Mocha Frappe! You can refrigerate the leftover cold brew coffee for up to two weeks.
How to Make The Paleo Mocha Frappe
- ½ cup Madesco cold brew coffee, chilled or room temperature
- ¼ cup organic coconut milk (or raw or organic full-fat milk)
- 2 Tbsp. raw honey (or organic maple syrup)
- 2 cups of ice
- 1 Tbsp. organic unsweetened cocoa powder
- ½ tsp. organic vanilla extract
- Combine all ingredients in a blender.
- Blend until the ice has pureed.
- Serve in a tall glass and enjoy!
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