Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Iced Mocha Punch

To celebrate the Fourth of July, we had a fabulous pool party this morning! As you probably know by now, I'm known for making coffee drinks and desserts whenever company comes over. Today, I made this delicious ice mocha punch. This punch was perfect to chill everyone down after sitting out in the 100 degree weather. I think it was a hit!

After making this iced mocha punch today, I'm already excited to make it again. It's the perfect drink for parties on hot days and coffee lovers are bound to enjoy it!

Iced Mocha Punch
9 cups of milk
5 cups of coffee
1 cup of sugar
6 heaping Tablespoons of cocoa powder
2 or 3 Tablespoons of vanilla
a pinch of salt

1) Heat up the milk, 3/4 cup sugar, the cocoa powder, the salt, and the vanilla in a large pot on the stove
2) Stir on medium heat until everything is dissolved in the milk
3) Pour most of the milk mixture (it should be just like hot chocolate) into a pitcher and stick in the fridge
4) Pour the rest of the milk mixture into an ice cube tray and stick it in the freezer
5) Make 5 cups of hot coffee and stir in 1/4 cup of sugar (the rest of the sugar) until it dissolves in the coffee
6) Pour most of the coffee into a pitcher and stick it in the fridge
7) Pour the rest of the coffee into 1 or 2 ice cube trays and stick them in the freezer
8) Let everything chill/freeze overnight
9) Pour the chilled milk mixture, the chilled coffee, and the ice cubes into the punch bowl and stir well
10) Enjoy! 

Oh, and I like to top mine off with some whipped cream!

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