Skip that coffee shop run! It’ll only take you five minutes and four ingredients to whip up this agave mocha coffee syrup that makes any cup of coffee taste like a cafe-style mocha!
I brought coffee for everyone! Happy Fri-YAAAAY.
Okay, actually to be completely honest I didn’t bring the actual coffee with me. I only brought the coffee syrup that’s probably going to complete your life.
Not just your coffee life. (we all have those don’t we??) Your entire LIFE!
I present…the life-changing, joy-inducing Agave Mocha Coffee Syrup. The liquid gold that single-handely transforms your boring brew into a coffee shop-style mocha.
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Okay, putting all goofing aside momentarily, FRIENDS! I’ve never steered you wrong so far in the glorious coffee department so please believe me when I more or less scream to anyone that will listen that this coffee syrup is the real deal!
WOOT. I am totally feeling like a domestic, housewife-y ROCKSTAR over here with my homemade coffee syrup. (minus the actual housewife part of course)
- 4 ingredients.
- 5 minutes.
- 10x healthier and much less calorie-filled than store-bought coffee syrup.
- Saves you the $$ since you’re skipping the Starbuck’s drive-thru!
The cons? I racked my brain for awhile and couldn’t come up with a single thing wrong with liquid gold such as this..
P.S.—Jars of this coffee syrup make the BEST gift ever if you can bear to part with a single drop. 😉
Now shall we go over the simple steps to making your coffee Friday-worthy?
The pour #2…
The drizzle/waterfall #3…
The first sippity-sips…transforming into gulpity-GULPS!
Repeat steps 1-4 until you’re all caffeined up.
Are you ready to bump those ho-hum cups of coffee up a notch? Let’s do this. 🙂
4-Ingredient Agave Mocha Coffee Syrup
- 1/4 cup semisweet chocolate chips
- 1/2 cup agave nectar
- 1/2 cup strong-brewed coffee
- 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
- Hot brewed coffee and half-and-half cream for serving
- In a small saucepan over medium heat, bring chocolate, agave, and coffee to a low boil. Reduce heat to low and simmer until syrup has reduced and thickened slightly. Remove from heat and whisk in vanilla.
- Once cooled, transfer syrup to a jar and store in refrigerator until ready to use. OR use immediately in hot coffee with cream!
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Gayle @ Pumpkin 'N Spice says
This is such a good idea, Sarah! I’ve never even thought to make my own syrup before. And I’ve never actually tried agave before, though I’ve always wanted to. I love the sound of this and I think this would definitely jazz up my morning coffee!
Oh, you SO need to give this syrup a go, Gayle! It’s so much fun making your own coffee additions! 🙂
I can’t get through the fall and winter without lots and lots of coffee. Going to have to try this!
I’m the same way, Christin! Let me know if you give this syrup a try!
Jen | Baked by an Introvert says
You just made coffee 100 times better! Homemade syrup is definitely a great way to make coffee a little more flavorful. Love this 4 ingredient version with agave.
Thanks Jen! Hope you have a great weekend, lady! xoxo
What a great recipe for coffee obsessed people like me. Can’t wait to try.
Haha! You and me both, friend! 😀
Natalie @ Tastes Lovely says
You’re making me miss coffee! I haven’t had any caffeine since getting pregnant, and I could really go for a nice warm cup right about now! This coffee syrup sounds so goooood!
Aww! It won’t be too long before you can have all the coffee you want, girl! 🙂
Kelly // The Pretty Bee: Allergy Friendly Eats says
This looks really good! Love that it uses agave!
Thank you Kelly! Isn’t agave awesome??
Ashley | Spoonful of Flavor says
Oh wow, this looks so good! I am all for anything mocha and I can think of a thousand things to spread this over.
There are literally SO many thing you can put this syrup on! The possibilities are endless!
Denise | Sweet Peas & Saffron says
I have bought a few too many $5 lattes lately…this is right up my alley. Looks delicious, Sarah! Have a great week-end!
Haha! I’m right there with ‘ya, girl! No more coffee shop for me anymore! LOL. 😉
Joe Paw says
I need to give this a go, because I have been trying to replace sugar with something a little better for me but still has some flavor.
Ema Walker says
Amazing idea. Thanks for sharing this with us.
This recipe is the best! It is my new favorite addiction. I love mochas and now I can save some money and make it at home Thanks Sarah for the awesome idea!!!
I really love mocha coffee. Its so delicious and yummy. Thank you for sharing this wonderful and information article of coffee ingredient.