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  1. Myra says

    Peppermint Mocha? Love it. Already drinking it. Walmart on Black Friday? No, thanks. I do go Black Friday shopping but that is the ONE store that I will not go to. Now, the day after Christmas, yep you will find me there, buying the perfume sets at fifty percent off!

  2. Ruby says

    Made this today, and was not pleased. It tasted really bad. Sorry! But if I were you I wouldn’t waste my ingredients making this.

  3. Kari H. says

    WOWee, you just made my morning with this recipe! What an excellent susbstitute for the peppermint mocha I adore from “5 Bucks.” I didn’t have peppermint stevia or candy canes so used: 1/8 tsp peppermint extract, 2 Tb maple syrup, 1/2 tsp vanilla, and 1 tsp cocoa powder. Tried it first with 1/2 cup almond milk and it was okay, but I made it again using 2Tb half n half and BINGO! Your article had me laughing so hard…I’m with you!!

    • Tiffany says

      LOL, Would you believe I had to go back and re-read what I wrote? LOL! I’m glad you enjoyed this recipe Kari. It’s one of my favorites this time of year, and even more so that I don’t have to pull out a blender or pan or anything else first thing in the morning. Just pour, tip and stir and I’m good. Thank you for sharing your version – it sounds so decadent!!

  4. Erin says

    Hi there!
    Thanks for this wonderful sounding recipe!
    I am so excited to try it but was wondering if you think I could use peppermint essential oil instead of Stevia or crushed candy canes?

    Thanks!

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