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Iced Caramel Mocha Coffee Recipe

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Mochas are already a combination of two delightful ingredients, coffee and chocolate. That’s one good combo right there. Now, a caramel mocha coffee brings in a third crowd-pleasing flavor — caramel.

So, chocolate, coffee and caramel, my favorite c-words. Now, let’s make a cold drink out of them! Here’s a recipe for an authentic iced caramel mocha coffee, a drink that goes over the top with your favorite flavors.

If you’re here, you’re probably into coffee, which means you must also enjoy chocolate. Coffee and cacao beans are kind of equally exciting. I guess that’s why mocha coffee is so popular — nothing beats the coffee and chocolate combo.

Well, I think I found a contender for the ultimate flavor combination. Coffee, chocolate and caramel coming together for a refreshing but utterly delicious iced caramel mocha coffee.

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What Goes into an Iced Caramel Mocha?

Although this drink has many layers of flavor, you only need seven ingredients, including the ice, so it’s really not at all hard to put together. You’ll need an ounce of freshly brewed espresso, another one of chocolate syrup, and a third ounce of caramel sauce or syrup. Milk will help bring all the flavors together.

At this point, the drink is already reasonably good, but let’s take it to the next level with a thick vanilla ice cream layer and whipped cream. Save some caramel sauce, to drizzle over the whole thing — this drink is fit for royalty!

To make an iced caramel mocha, you need good coffee. A few ounces of Arabica-Robusta espresso will do the trick. You’ll also need chocolate syrup, which turns the caffeinated drink into a mocha. Have whole milk or your favorite milk alternative in hand.

The caramel sauce is what takes this iced coffee to the next level. Again, purchase your favorite caramel sauce or syrup, and save some for the garnish. Talking about dressing up this drink, you’ll want to have a few ounces of whipped cream in hand.

How to make an Iced Caramel Mocha?

To make this drink, brew a strong espresso and combine it with the other three flavoring agents, the chocolate syrup and the caramel sauce. Now, we want this drink nicely layered, so pour the coffee mixture into a glass and top it with ice, vanilla and whipped cream.

Unlike other creamy coffee drinks, this one comes together in the serving glass, so you don’t have to blend anything; just build the drink one element at a time.

How to Serve an Iced Caramel Mocha?

This flavorful coffee specialty is basically dessert, so serve it after a hearty meal. Of course, you can treat yourself to one of these any time of the day, especially if you’re planning to spend the day in your pajamas in front of the TV. Let’s check out the recipe and make ourselves the most decadent mocha coffee ever! I hope you’re in for a treat!

Why Make Iced Caramel Mocha Coffee?

Let’s imagine for a second you want to indulge your senses with a sweet, creamy and attractively bitter mocha coffee. And you want to take it over the top with caramel sauce, whipped cream and all. Now let’s imagine you don’t want to spend twenty bucks at Starbucks. In that case, make your iced caramel mocha at home!

Caramel mocha is a lovely flavor combination, and it tastes even better when ice cold, making this drink as decadent as any in your favorite coffee shop’s menu

Tips for the Perfect Iced Caramel Mocha Coffee

  • The secret behind this and any other iced coffee is working with cold ingredients. Add hot espresso to your mix, and you’ll end up with a watered-down mess.

  • Also, you’ve surely noticed not all chocolate and caramel syrups look or cost the same. There are different qualities, and when it comes to syrups, you usually get what you pay for, so go for the good stuff — you deserve it!


Let’s make ourselves a few cups of iced caramel mocha coffee. The creamiest, meanest and sweetest iced coffee ever, and then some.

How to Make It

  • Prep Time10 min
  • Total Time10 min
  • Serving Size1
  • Energy623 cal




Brew the espresso and combine it with the chocolate syrup and caramel sauce. Set aside.


Fill your serving cup with the whole milk and add the coffee mixture. Stir until dissolved.


Add the ice into the glass with the milk mixture and gently float the vanilla ice cream.


Garnish with whipped cream and drizzled caramel sauce.

  • Nutrition Facts

  • Serving Size1
  • Amount per serving
  • Calories623
  • % Daily Value*Standard DV
  • Total Fat29.6 g78 g37.95%
  • Saturated Fat18.4 g20 g92%
  • Cholesterol110 mg300 mg36.67%
  • Sodium313 mg2300 mg13.61%
  • Total Carbohydrate78.3 g275 g28.47%
  • Dietary Fiber2 g28 g7.14%
  • Total Sugars51.7 g
  • Protein12.2 g50 g24.4%
  • Calcium407 mg1300 mg31.31%
  • Iron1 mg18 mg5.56%
  • Potassium673 mg4700 mg14.32%
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