Recipe Directions

1. Place all ingredients into a blender, except the ice. Blend on high till well mixed.

2. Then add ice and blend again on high until smooth and frothy.

3. Pour into your favorite glass and add a sprig of mint or raw chocolate sauce.

Myrawlife's Thoughts

By myrawlife

I actually got the idea for this drink from a recipe I found through the Sunny Raw Kitchen site. The recipe was called “Best Coffee Ever”.

It was very good, but a little too thick and strong.

So I made some changes after many trial and errors with the recipe. I finally came up with this rendition, which I truly found delicious! I hope you do too.

One note: I recommend you use “heaping” scoops of the raw cacao powder, and heaping tablespoons of the raw carob. It’s okay to use a little more of both than not.

It’s very yummy and very satisfying, and it makes you feel real good!

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If you are talking about the Fo-Ti, I did purchase it online through www.iherb.com. However, it very well may be at a local health food store. You may want to check there first. I'm a big web shopper. I do a lot of my shopping online...Good luck, I hope you are able to find it soon so you can make the recipe complete! :)

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they sell the FO-TI at Jimbo's in san diego. it's like a whole foods type grocery store. Maybe check at Henry's or Sprouts if you have one of those near you.

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Thanks for the info. If I can find it locally, I won't have to order it online anymore. I'll have to look again when I'm at Sprouts this week.

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okay so i came on here HOPING there might be a raw version of a mocha because i was quite the soy mocha drinker and i miss it so much. i will have to try this ASAP!

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Sorry for not responding sooner. The scoop size is a tad over 2 Tablespoons.

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This sounds delish!

One question, though, what size is the "scoop" you used for the carob powder?

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Does the fo-ti add to the flavour or is it there for energy? Can I leave it out?

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I just bought a bottle of Fo-Ti today. It was 7.49 and is made by solray. I know a lot of stores carry this brand so even if they don't stock it, they should be able to special order it!

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Thanks for the info. If I can find it locally, I won't have to order it online anymore. I'll have to look again when I'm at Sprouts this week.

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they sell the FO-TI at Jimbo's in san diego. it's like a whole foods type grocery store. Maybe check at Henry's or Sprouts if you have one of those near you.

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If you are talking about the Fo-Ti, I did purchase it online through www.iherb.com. However, it very well may be at a local health food store. You may want to check there first. I'm a big web shopper. I do a lot of my shopping online...Good luck, I hope you are able to find it soon so you can make the recipe complete! :)

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Did you buy it from a health food store or did you have to order it special?

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I'm so glad you like it. I hope you enjoy it as much as my family and I do. We use to be major Starbuck's drinkers. I drank so much of it, I should have owned stock in Starbuck's instead. LOL...

My understanding is that Fo-Ti, also known as Ho Shou Wu, has similar properties to that of ginseng. Fo-Ti is one of China's great four herbal tonics. You can read more about by visiting http://www.therootofthematter.ca/, which is a site I just found that explains about the various roots and their healthy properties. Enjoy!

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what is fo-ti?

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This is GENIUS! I *love* you!! =]

Can't wait to try it!

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