Beverage

Healthiest Iced Mocha You'll Ever Make

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There are times when nothing beats an icy, mocha coffee drink. While frappuccinos and iced lattes may be tempting, they are often loaded with unnecessary sugar, syrups, and artificial colors, chemicals, and additives. Basically, a seemingly innocent icy drink can be loaded with unhealthy ingredients that, after consuming regularly, can irritate your stomach and digestive tract, disrupt your adrenals and hormones, overload your liver, and drain your wallet. If you love iced coffee, try making a

2 tbsp carob powder
1/4 cup raw cashews
2 cups cold brewed coffee (you can also use regular chilled or iced coffee if preferred)
*optional
*2 dates, pitted (for natural sweetness)
*1 tsp cinnamon (to soothe digestive irritation)
*1/2 tsp nutmeg (to counteract the caffeine aka jitters)
Add in all ingredients in to a blender and serve over ice. This can also be made with hot coffee, or with cold-brewed coffee that has been heated for a Cold-Weather Mocha Latte.
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Nutritions

Calories
1244

Sodium
91mg
3% DV

Fat
27g
41% DV

Protein
23g
46% DV

Carbs
256g
87% DV

Fiber
36g
146% DV

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