Keto Iced Mocha Recipe – a low carb creamy chocolate coffee drink that is only 6 carbs! Made in your blender! Paleo, gluten free, grain free, dairy free, sugar free, clean eating, real food.

This is the keto iced mocha coffee drink I will be drinking ALL summer long. So much better than a coffee shop. And healthier too! Diary free, and only 6 carbs!

Best part? You make it in your blender. No fancy coffee equipment needed!

I make this coffee every day around 2 or 3 pm as a pick me up. I look forward to it ALL day!

girl holding an iced mocha

Keto Iced Mocha

I make it using cold brew coffee, which is my favorite way to make coffee. I add in some dairy free creamer, cashews to make it creamy, cacao powder, monk fruit and collagen peptides for more protein and hair health.

Blend it up in the blender, serve it over a TON of ice and enjoy! To make myself feel fancy, I love serving it in a quart mason jar with this mason jar drink lid and this silicone straw.

I feel like I got a fancy coffee shop drink from my own kitchen!

Watch Keto Iced Mocha Recipe Demo (4:51 minutes)

iced mocha in a mason jar

Keto Iced Mocha

This Keto Iced Mocha Recipe is a low carb creamy chocolate coffee drink that is only 6 carbs! Made in your blender
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I prefer cold brew coffee because it has a smoother taste and it's so convenient since it's always ready in the fridge. Hot brewed coffee works too!
I make this with decaf coffee since I'm so sensitive to caffeine. Obviously works with caffeinated coffee too!
I prefer coconut milk. You could use Nutpods, heavy cream if you're ok with dairy, or use my homemade coffee creamer and skip adding in the cashews to this mocha since the coffee creamer already has cashews in it!
If you have a high speed blender like a Vitamix, you don't need to soak the cashews. If you don't have a high speed blender, you'll want to soak the cashews overnight.
You can also use unsweetened cocoa powder in place of cacao powder.
Monkfruit is my favorite keto friendly sweetener. Feel free to use whatever sweetener you prefer to taste.
The collagen peptides are optional, but I love it for better hair, skin, nail and gut health, and to add more protein to my coffee to make it more filling and tide me over to dinner.
Calories: 258, Total Carbs: 8g, Protein: 15.2g, Fat: 20.8g, Fiber: 1.8g, Net Carbs: 6g
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