What I love about cooking is that you’ll also get ideas for other things (& not just recipes either), this idea sparking that idea flashing into another idea. Like anything creative, too, it’s about connecting with people. And this slow-cooker recipe for a caramel mocha latte love potion* may just help you make a love connection.
Prep. time: 5 minutes. Cost: Less than $5. Serves: 6.
To make a slow-cooker caramel mocha latte, you’ll need:
- 2 8-ounce cups strong brewed coffee (I used Starbucks Espresso grounds or you can just double the amount of coffee grounds you normally would use to brew coffee)
- 3 cups milk
- 1/2 cup liquid caramel** (I used Hershey’s Caramel Topping for ice cream ~ comes in a glass jar)
- 1/2 cup liquid chocolate** (I used Hershey’s Hot Fudge Topping for ice cream ~ comes in a glass jar. Follow the label directions & microwave with the cap off for a minute before pouring)
- Whipped-cream and chocolate shavings (optional but highly recommended)
To make a slow-cooker caramel mocha latte, follow these directions:
- Add all of the above except whipped-cream & chocolate shavings into the slow-cooker.
- Cover & cook on HIGH for 1 hour.
- Stir then ladle into mugs (refrigerate any leftover).
- Top with whipped-cream and chocolate shavings (optional).
- Be careful, it’ll be very hot.
*Love potion results not guaranteed.
**You can play around with this, use less or more depending on how sweet you like your mocha lattes.
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11 thoughts on “Slow-Cooker Caramel Mocha Latte Love Potion*”
You are my hero! An amazing writer and now…a recipe for delectable mocha lattes in a crock pot! Thank you! LOVE your blog. 😀 Have an incredible week!
Hi Sandy! Awww, you’re awesome. Thanks for the compliments! That’s a delish recipe as I adore lattes! I hope you have a fabulous week, too. 🙂
😀 right back ‘atchya. The timing is perfect, I will be hosting a brunch and this recipe will fit right in. Thanks again for sharing 🙂
You’re most welcome. Please let me know how it turns out. I hope you enjoy it. Cheers!
Sadly I don’t drink coffee, but that looks really good. I almost want to start 🙂
Hi Mike! Wow, you don’t drink coffee? Really? Sorry, I LOVE coffee so it’s hard to believe that other people don’t drink it. 🙂 That recipe really is good, though.
Yeah, for some reason I just never developed a taste for it. It might be because my dad always drank it black, which didn’t look that appealing, so I probably never thought of it as something I might like.
But it looks like they sure do creative things with coffee nowadays.
My kids call my concoctions “candy coffee” because they tend to be mostly sugar/caramel/chocolate with a little bit of coffee in it. 😀
From what I understand, that’s a fair interpretation 🙂
Yum, yum and YUM! 🙂
Hi Coleen! *waves wildly* It really is YUM! 🙂
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