Who is ready for a cold, delicious, spiked iced coffee??!! Sometimes, my job is awesome – and when you combine chocolate iced coffee and Kahlua it’s a dream come true!
We’ve partnered with Caotina to bring you a delicious new drink for the summer using their premium chocolate drink that is made with rich, delicious Swiss chocolate. Although it was invented by Wander in 1963, Caotina is a new to Canada chocolate drink made with real Swiss chocolate that quickly and easily dissolves in cold or hot milk. In fact, Caotina is one of the best chocolate drink powders on the global market today!
I was thrilled to see how easily it dissolved into the cold milk for this chocolate iced coffee! As you can see in the video, it dissolves like a charm! And it takes SO little to make a decadent drink as well.
We were given carte blanche with coming up with the idea – and when Mike pitched the idea of a boozy spiked chocolate iced coffee, it was perfect!
Did you want to know something else about this iced coffee?
It rings in at UNDER 300 calories!
YES. With the Kahlua and all!
Let’s talk about how you don’t need any of those fancy drinks from the coffee shop anymore that cost $6 and are DOUBLE THE CALORIES!
It even includes the whipped cream, you guys! Use the low fat pressurized in a can whipped cream AND 2% milk, you don’t have to even use fat free! I am seriously excited about this spiked chocolate iced coffee and hope you give it a whirl!
Although Caotina generously sponsored this post, all opinions remain my own.
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- 2 cups of milk
- 2 tbsp Caotina
- ice cubes
- 1-2 cups of cold coffee
- 2 ounces of Kahlua
- whipped cream and cherries
Combine the Caotina with the milk and whisk until smooth.
Place ice in two large tumblers ( 12 plus ounce capacity) and divide the chocolate milk between the two.
Top each glass up with coffee ( leaving room for one shot of Kahlua)
Add one (or two, we won't judge!) shot of Kahlua and mix.
Top with whipped cream and cherries.
Keeping a cold jug of iced coffee in your fridge is the best!