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Paleo White Chocolate Mocha (dairy and sugar-free)

Posted on Oct 25, 2014 | 0 comments

Paleo White Chocolate Mocha (dairy and sugar-free)

Paleo White Chocolate Mocha

I am responding to all the requests for more paleo coffee drinks by offering this recipe for a satisfying Paleo White Chocolate Mocha. After all the thanks and positive feedback on my post for the Paleo Pumpkin Spice Latte, I got right onto creation of another delicious coffee drink for all of you. Waking up on a lazy Saturday morning, to the sound of autumn rain, seemed like a perfect opportunity to stay inside, cooking and baking.


I’ve been enjoying decaf versions of both of these coffee drinks, so I can assure you they are just as good with decaf coffee as they are with caffeinated. I, myself, tend to keep to a low glucose and fructose intake (I get a drop in energy and mood with too much), so when I make a Paleo White Chocolate Mocha, I choose the recipe option of using only liquid stevia. The SweetLeaf liquid stevia brand uses only water and no chemicals, when steaming their leaves. That is why I recommend that brand of liquid stevia. Some people experience the taste of stevia as bitter, if you do, stick with the maple syrup version of the recipe. (Agave and honey may also be used, but they have much higher fructose levels.)



shaved cocoa butter

The rich mouth-feel of this Paleo White Chocolate Mocha comes from the organic cocoa butter in the recipe. The smooth, creamy quality of melted cocoa butter perfectly combines with the maple and vanilla flavors to deliver a delectable white chocolate taste.


I designed the recipe to make 2 servings because I bet you can’t stop at only one. If you would like to serve more people, just double or triple the recipe. You can also make the recipe without the coffee and chill it in the fridge. Then whenever you want a Paleo White Chocolate Mocha, simply make fresh coffee, add the mocha mix to it, and heat it up.



 Paleo White Chocolate Mocha



  • Prep time:  2 minutes
  • Cook time:  3 minutes
  • Servings:  2



(Payton’s Paleo 30 Day Challenge friendly if only liquid stevia is used.)

1) Combine all ingredients in a small sauce pan over medium heat. Stir to mix well.

2) When the cocoa butter is melted, use a hand-held immersion blender, or a standard blender, to froth the Paleo White Chocolate Mocha and completely whip the ingredients into a creamy emulsion.




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