Mocha Espresso Smoothie

As I've mentioned before, I don't drink coffee in the morning anymore because I replaced it with these, which give me a bigger boost of energy. I still like to drink it just not like I use to… I  loved drinking the speciality drinks like frappuccinos and lattes until I found that they contain toxic caramel coloring and other terrible ingredients.

Mocha Espresso Smoothie

I've come up with a recipe that tastes very similar to a frappuccinos, but it's actually good for you.  Just like I did with my latte recipes. This will take you less time than driving out to get one.  With this recipe, you don't even have to brew a cup of coffee or fire up the espresso machine!  It's a special ingredient that gives it the deliciously unique coffee flavor.

Made In Nature Coconut Chips

My special ingredient is Made in Nature's Italian Espresso Toasted Coconut Chips! This is my latest and greatest find!  It's one of those snacks you start to eat, then have to force yourself to put the bag away because you don't want to stop. They have an intensely real espresso flavor that is oh so good. Plus they're organic with no processed sugar!

I decided to blend some up to create a delicious chilled coffee beverage that your body can process and benefit from.  It came out better than I expected. You can even add greens like spinach or kale to boost the nutritional benefits even more without changing the taste. You might need to add a little extra coconut chips or sweetener, but that's it. Like I always say – taste before you pour in case you need to adjust any of the seasonings.

Mocha Espresso "frappuccino" Smoothie

Even if you're not a big coconut fan I still think you'll like these. I'm not a huge fan of coconut and I think these are ridiculously good.  Also the variety of flavors they come in (yes, I've had them all) over power any coconut flavor in a yummy way!

Made In Nature Coconut Chips

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Please use all organic ingredients when possible!
Course Breakfast, Dessert, Snack
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 1
Author Megan Lawson


  • 1 cup Nut Milk
  • 1/4 - 1/2 cup Made In Nature Espresso Coconut Chips depending on desired coffee level - you can also sub 1/4 cup of chilled espresso or coffee
  • 1/4 Avocado
  • 5-7 Dates depending on size
  • 1 1/2 tbsp Cacao Powder
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • Dash of Cinnamon
  • Other Sweetener like Honey or Maple Syrup optional
  • Ice


  • FIrst blend all the ingredients except ice
  • Then blend 6-7 ice cubes for a more 'icy' texture. This makes it more like a "frappuccino"
  • Add more or less ice for preferred consistency. Be sure to taste before you pour & adjust seasonings and sweetness if desired
  • **NOTE*** If you do not have coconut chips you can sub for 1/4 cup of chilled espresso or coffee.


  1. Low Glycemic so it will not spike blood sugar levels
  2. Contains essential vitamins and minerals for optimal health
  3. Antioxidants and Anti-aging properties 
  4. Helps boost your mood and energy levels 
  5. Great Source of Fiber which helps keep you full and regulated 

*This is a sponsored post written and created by me, in partnership with Made In Nature.  All opinions here are my own. 

  • Michelle says:

    It's so nice to see a smoothie recipe that doesn't include bananas! I'm going to try this one soon!

  • Brian says:

    Hey Megan
    Guess what, I love coconut and my passion is espresso! So i'm off to make one of these, thanks for sharing ;-)
    PS, I will order some chips as they sound great, but your link isn't working in the post, I found them here

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