It’s surprisingly easy to make a mocha latte recipe at home and you don’t need a fancy machine or equipment either. This healthy mocha latte recipe is a delicious guilt-free treat with only 24 calories per serving and vegan ingredients.
Many of us get in the habit of stopping at the coffee shop to indulge in a tasty latte or other tasty drink. But those lattes can be expensive and usually contain a lot of sugar or less-healthy ingredients like corn syrup.
Does that mean you have to will yourself to stop and deny yourself that delicious treat? Not at all!
You can make a healthy homemade mocha latte at home that’s far cheaper than the coffee shop and much healthier too. Plus you can whip a latte up any time you want in just 2-3 minutes!
I’ll show you how to make a healthy mocha latte with a few simple healthy ingredients right at home.
Mocha Latte Ingredients
First, let’s look at the ingredients.
To make this homemade healthy mocha latte recipe, you’ll need:
- your favorite brewed hot coffee
- almond milk, coconut milk, or your preferred milk
- For the Love of Chocolate cocoa mix or your favorite healthy cocoa.
- liquid stevia, optional (if you prefer a slightly sweeter mocha latte)
I love and highly recommend For the Love of Chocolate cocoa mix. It’s a rich, creamy cocoa and completely guilt-free with no sugar (it uses a perfect blend of erythritol and stevia as healthier sweeteners) and organic cocoa.
It was created by an herbalist and chocolate connoisseur. I use Carolyn’s cocoa almost daily myself and highly recommend it. It’s the perfect cocoa mix for this homemade mocha latte!
This mocha latte is dairy-free, vegan, and of course naturally gluten-free too.
Mocha Latte “Booster” Ideas:
Your healthy mocha latte can be even more than just a yummy, guilt-free treat. You can add even more benefits with a couple of supplements if you want.
Here are two supplements I regularly use and recommend:
- Chaga mushroom powder – Chaga can help promote concentration, is an adaptogen (meaning it can help promote relaxation and stress relief) and it’s great for supporting the immune system. Add 1/2 teaspoon to your mocha latte recipe for a flavorless way to add additional benefit
- Collagen – excellent for your skin and joints, collagen may also help you feel full for longer – Plus collagen can make your latte even creamier! Add 1/2 teaspoon or the recommended amount on the label
How to Make a Homemade Mocha Latte
Your coffee should already be brewed and ready to go. If not, brew yourself a cup or two now.
This mocha latte recipe doesn’t require a fancy latte machine.
To make your homemade mocha latte, all you need to do is add all your ingredients (and supplements if you choose) to a blender.
Blend until frothy, then pour into a mug and reheat in your microwave or into a saucepan to heat until it’s just beginning to steam or reaches your desired temperature. Pour into your favorite mug and enjoy!
One batch of this vegan mocha latte makes 2 servings. Each serving contains approximately 24 calories or 49 calories if you enjoy the whole batch.
I hope you enjoy this healthy homemade mocha latte recipe as much as I do. I came up with this recipe last fall and I make this often! You can’t beat quick, easy, healthy, and delicious!
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Enjoy and stay healthy!Print
Healthy Homemade Mocha Latte
This 34 calorie per serving homemade mocha latte recipe is quick and easy to make (no machine required!) and a delicious guilt-free treat.
- Prep Time: 2 min
- Cook Time: 1 min
- Total Time: 3 min
- Yield: 2 servings 1x
- Category: beverage
- Method: cooking
- Cuisine: American
Pour the coffee, milk, and cocoa into your blender. If desired, add a few drops of liquid stevia for added sweetness. Blend on high until mixed well and frothy.
Pour your latte mixture into your favorite coffee mug. Heat in your microwave or in a pan on the stove to your desired temperature. Serve immediately and enjoy.
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