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Don't you just want to dive right in and take a sip...or 10?
Do you like to indulge throughout the day? I know you all are likely saying "Duh, Michelle, of course we do!" ;) Indulging is something I definitely love to do as well. My number one trick for staying sane during super busy days is to take at least 5 minutes and enjoy some uninterrupted me time.
Triple Chocolate Cappuccino - How I Indulge with Gevalia Coffee
One of my favorite ways to indulge in some me time lately is with a delicious cup of gourmet coffee. Since giving up soda, I've learned just how much I really do love coffee lately. So much so, in fact, that we recently invested in a Keurig Coffeemaker and ever since I've been wondering why we waited so long to get one! I love that with the K-cups I can make an awesome single serve coffee, but I will admit I'm sometimes left wanting a bit more.
I love that the Gevalia K-cups come with a froth packet for a true coffee house experience.
While coffee on its own with some honey and cream is a nice indulgence, I found myself missing my favorite indulgence, the fancier coffee shop drinks. However, since I work from home, they aren't practical to go buy every day, especially since making coffee at home is much cheaper. So, I was excited when I was browsing the K-cups at Walmart the other day and came across Gevalia café-style K-cups.
It doesn't get much better than chocolate cappuccino, chocolate whipped cream and a sprinkle of white chocolate!
I was hoping to find my all-time favorite coffee indulgence, Gevalia Mocha Latte, but our local store didn't have it, so I settled for Gevalia Cappuccino knowing I could make a delicious Triple Chocolate Cappuccino that would be just as good. Here's how I put it together.
- 1 Gevalia Cappuccino K-cup with Froth Packet
- 1 Tablespoon chocolate chips (whatever kind of chocolate you like, I used semi-sweet)
- 1-2 Tablespoons honey
- Chocolate whipped cream (I made my own with cream, honey and a spoonful of cocoa powder)
- Chopped or grated white chocolate (or again whatever type of chocolate you prefer)
Empty froth packet into your mug and brew cappuccino as per the directions on the K-cup.
In the mean time, melt the chocolate chips. I microwaved for about 30 seconds.
Stir the honey into the melted chocolate chips.
Stir the chocolate mixture into the coffee once brewed.
Top with whipped cream and a sprinkle of chopped or grated chocolate.
Stir to mix again or enjoy the layers of flavor.
You can also used sugar or other sweeteners, I just happen to like honey in my coffee.
Now that was a delicious mug of indulgence - I'm ready to get back to work! #CupOfKaffe