Recipe Directions

Blend milk, powders and agave in high speed blender until smooth. Add ice and blend until slushy. Pour in mug or glass lined with chocolate syrup. Drizzle a bit of syrup on top.

Chocolate Syrup

2 Tbsp Agave Nectar

2 tsp Cacao Powder

Mix and use to line the mug and drizzle on top of coffee.

Coconut Milk

1/2 cup coconut meat

4 cups water (use coconut water if you have it, if not, use filtered water)

Blend ingredients in high speed blender until completely smooth. Strain out pulp using nut milk bag or reusable coffee filter. Dehydrate leftover pulp and grind into “flour” for use in other recipes :)

Bellamojo's Thoughts

So I saw this great recipe idea on Raw Freedom Community forum and there weren’t any measurements for the ingredients so after much experimentation I finally came up with a recipe I LOVE!!! I’m so grateful to have a raw coffee replacement.

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Amysue, what a great idea to use the Artisana Coconut butter (I love love love that stuff!!)

And since I have all the above superfood powders, this is gonna be fun :-)

I just want to add that Carmella Soleil makes coconut milk out of dried coconut flakes: one part coconut and 3 parts water. I've made this for her whipped cream recipe a few times and it works nicely. I blend everything up very well in the vitamix so I don't have to strain anything. This is another option for those that don't have Artisana or the coconuts available. I get dried coconut in the bulk section in the co-op.

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Okay, I am officialy addicted to these now! :-)

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This was awesome but I used 1/2 almond milk & 1/2 young coconut water with a bit of the coconut flesh included in lieu of just coconut water.

Thanks!!

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Forgot - I don't have coconuts around so I used 2 tablespoons of Artisana Coconut Butter and blended it with the 2 cups of water and everything else. By the way my non-raw husband loves it too!

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I ordered lucuma and mesquite just for this recipe and I'm soooo glad I did. It's heavenly on this Sunday morning.

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I just made this too. I am serving it at a raw brunch my bf and I are giving tomorrow and WOW! I can't believe how much it tastes like coffee. I was blown away! It tastes more like an iced coffee to me rather than a frappicino type thingy but it really does taste like coffee. I used to be a coffee addict so this past my taste bud test! he he! I am sure the guest will appreciate it tomorrow! I'll post on how the rave reviews go. Even my bf who doesn't like coffee agreed on how much it tasted like coffee!

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WOW. This is SO! GOOD! I bought lucuma, maca, and mesquite a while back but haven't really loved them in anything I've tried--until this! It's so fabulous! And perfect for a hot summer day when everyone is sipping their blended coffees! What a fantastic surprise! THANK YOU!!!

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Tzefira - I never thought of that. Sounds amazing, I'm totally trying it next time!!! Thanks for the tip :)

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acually u can take the hard coconut meat and run it through a greenstar or champion and the most delish thick coconut mylk comes out :)

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fuzzywater - when I make my coconut milk I usually use the brown mature coconut because I can't get organic young coconuts here in Iowa for an affordable price (unless organic young Thai coconuts are dipped in fungiside for shipping). Another alternative is raw dehydrated coconut. Of course, you are welcome to use young coconuts to make the milk, or use nut milk. Almond milk is another one of my favorites.

zhanna8 - I included the coconut milk recipe at the bottom. It's just coconut meat or raw shredded coconut blended with water and strained to get the pulp out. Lucuma powder is a Peruvian fruit that is really popular as an ice cream flavor in other countries. The first time I tasted the powder alone I though, "mmmmm, this tastes just like powdered vanilla icecream" So for me it gives the drink that extra creamy touch and is oh so good. You can make it without or try other variations. This is just what I've come to depend on as my recipe!

Enjoy everyone. It's been a life saver for me :)

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how do you make coconut milk? what is lucuma powder and how does it help...

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This sounds VERY good! Thanks for sharing! :)

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When you make your coconut milk, you use a regular old brown coconut? Not a young Thai coconut, right? Because when I blend young coconut meat with water, I don't usually have to strain it... or are you using shredded coconut meat to blend?

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good god, that's exactly what i need in my life..daily, i think!! i haven't had coffee in quite a while and it's hard seeing folks walk around with iced mochas on hot days because it gets me lustin'. so yeah, i think i'll be trying to make this very soon :)

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I'm a huge fan of coffee and this looks delicious! I'll have to do some powder shopping first but I'll definitely being trying this one out.

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