Yield1 or more if you like.
Handful of dried coconut flakes/shreds/etc. (could probably use fresh, if available)
Spoonfuls of carob (or cacao if you can handle it!)
Handful of frozen cherries (preferably the dark red ones)
Dates (or more if you want it sweet)
Splash of almond extract
Ice cubes (to make it cold)
Water (to desired consistency)
1. Throw all the stuff in a blender. Just use your best judgement for the amounts. You can't really mess it up.
2. Add more ice to make colder and icier and less or more water if you want thicker or thinner. When you are done, there should be a chocolatey milk with some coconut shreds still surviving and floating on top like a frothy layer.
Kodakya's ThoughtsBy kodakya
Cold and refreshing.
A delicious spin on chocolate milk.
It would be great to serve at a party as a non-alcoholic delicious beverage.
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