Who doesn't love a warm drink on cold winter days, especially if it has a nourishing boost?
Serves 2 to 4.
Gently heat your milk in a small saucepan.
If using raw milk, do not heat above 110 degrees Fahrenheit since that will destroy many of the beneficial properties.
Add all of the ingredients, including the milk, to a blender.
Blend on high until frothy.
If you have any leftovers, store the mocha in a glass jar in the fridge. Remember there is gelatin in the drink, don't be alarmed if it looks like jello when you take it out. It will liquefy when reheated. If you feel like a bit of pudding, enjoy it cold!
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