Love the new Starbucks flavor?  Here’s an easy way to make a chile mocha latte at home!  You can even jar up the mix- it makes a great gift!

How to Make a Chile Mocha Latte at Home- this tastes exactly like the Starbuck's version!

Hey have you tried the new Starbucks flavor yet?  I picked one up at the airport, on my way home from that Washington trip I told you about the other day.  It’s really good!  Very chocolate-y and rich, with a hint of sweet cinnamon and a really interesting spiciness that warms you in the loveliest way.

I love when Starbucks comes out with new flavors.  People always go nuts for those seasonal coffees!  And they never fail to inspire me to do something fun for this site.

Remember two years ago when I made that Chestnut Praline bundt cake?  That was awesome.  So buttery and nutty!  The brown sugar pound cake was so moist and flavorful, and that chestnut praline sauce was just off the charts.  Well, this year it’s all about the Chile Mocha, and I’m showing you an easy way to recreate this scrummy drink at home.

How to Make a Chile Mocha Latte at Home- this tastes exactly like the Starbuck's version!

It’s basically just a really simple spice mix that includes cocoa powder, sugar, cinnamon, ancho chili powder, and a tiny pinch of cayenne.  You can mix it up in a matter of seconds!

Chile Mocha Mix- just add it to your regular coffee and get the Starbuck's experience right at home. Makes a fun gift!

Stir those together and add to your coffee, whatever your go-to coffee may be.  My go-to is a latte (I have this kind of machine), so that means I steam about 6 ounces of milk and add that to 2 ounces of brewed espresso.  But if you’re more of a cafe Americano-type, this would work equally well with regular drip coffee + cream or half & half.

How to Make a Chile Mocha Latte at Home- this tastes exactly like the Starbuck's version!

How to Make a Chile Mocha Latte at Home- this tastes exactly like the Starbuck's version!

This chile mocha latte will warm you from the inside out!  It’s a perfect drink for the cooler months.  Rich, chocolate-y, and creamy, with a hint of cinnamon and warm spice.  Take it with you when you go to the pumpkin patch or to a football game!  You’ll love that little bit of spicy heat.

Chile Mocha Mix- just add it to your regular coffee and get the Starbuck's experience right at home. Makes a fun gift!

You can even mix up a big jar of this chile mocha mix, and give it as a gift.  It’s a great way to treat yourself or someone you love.  This recipe makes enough to fill an 8-ounce canning jar, which yields around 10 servings.  I tied it up pretty with jute and baker’s twine.  Easy as can be and so cute!

How to Make a Chile Mocha Latte at Home- this tastes exactly like the Starbuck's version!

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Chile Mocha Latte Mix

Servings: 10 (yields one 8-ounce jar)
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Love the new Starbucks flavor? Here's an easy way to make a chile mocha latte at home! You can even jar up the mix- it makes a great gift!

Ingredients

Instructions
 

  • Place all the ingredients in an 8-ounce mason jar.  
  • Stir to combine.  
  • Add one tablespoon of the chile mocha mix to your favorite brewed coffee.
Calories: 34kcal, Carbohydrates: 8g, Sodium: 4mg, Potassium: 47mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 6g, Vitamin A: 65IU, Calcium: 9mg, Iron: 0.5mg
Cuisine: American
Course: Drinks
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Chile Mocha Mix- just add it to your regular coffee and get the Starbuck's experience right at home. Makes a fun gift!
How to Make a Chile Mocha Latte at Home- this tastes exactly like the Starbuck's version!

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    Allie is the creator and owner of Baking a Moment. She has been developing, photographing, videographing, and writing and sharing recipes here since 2012.

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