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Cafe Mocha Protein Shake

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Coffee and chocolate protein come together to create a cafe mocha type protein shake that is perfect for busy mornings... or anytime!

Cafe Mocha Protein Shake

Cafe Mocha Protein Shake

I LOVE coffee, but a lot of health junkies don’t drink coffee because is considered an acidic.

Meaning that it throws your body’s pH levels off and we try to be as alkaline as possible.

Coffee, however, does have a bunch of antioxidants in it and therefore (in moderation and without all the added sugar and cream) can be beneficial to your health and body.

Cafe Mocha Protein Shake

Of course we all know that breakfast is very well know as the most important meal of the day because it literally “breaks” the “fast” that our bodies have gone through while sleeping.

It also kick starts our metabolism and gets us burning calories right when we wake up.

Cafe Mocha Protein Shake

Anywho… here is a recipe I came up with today that I am absolutely in love with!

It provides that breakfast that you need to get your metabolism going, protein to start your day and it’s quick and easy for those of us who have little time in the morning.

You can have your breakfast and coffee in one!

Cafe Mocha Protein Shake

Coffee and chocolate protein come together to create a cafe mocha type protein shake that is perfect for busy mornings… or anytime!

Prep: 5 minutes
Total: 5 minutes
Yield: 1 shake


  1. Add all ingredients into a blender and blend on high until desired consistency is reached.
  2. If smoothie is too thick or thin for your liking, adjust ice or almond milk to taste.

If you make this recipe, be sure to snap a photo and hashtag #JENNMEYERING for an IG feature and FB Feature! Plus, I’d love to see your creations!

This Post Has 26 Comments
  1. Love that you snuck protein in this coffee drink! I’m always looking for extra ways to get some protein in, and especially if there’s some coffee to go with it! 🙂

  2. This is amazing! I made it using just chocolate protein powder, soy milk, and espresso powder that I brewed. Soooo great!! Thanks again!!

  3. Excellent! I am new to the protein powder trend, but I am also suffering from chronic anemia…I have to boost my protein and iron ( which iron is something my body does not tollerate…almost at all) I tried this shake and it was awesome! I added 1 tbsp of organic peanut butter and the shake I made, was 270 calories, and very filling. Thank you for the recipe!

  4. For future can you please put gram/ounce/cup amount instead of “scoop” or “half scoop” since we all tend to use different products? Thanks!

    1. You could substitute for vanilla but it wouldn’t have the mocha flavor. And the ratio of cocoa powder that you would need would be different, so you would have to experiment to find the right mix and balance of ingredients.

    1. Hi Alya,

      I don’t provide nutrition information for my recipes because the specific ingredients used in each recipe can vary extensively from one person to the next. If you’re looking for this information, please plug the exact ingredients you use into any of the free online calorie counters, like this one –

  5. Holy cow, this is soooo delicious! Tastes just like a chocolate smoothie. I just made some cold brew and used that. A keeper for sure!!!

  6. Sorry, but this is a lame excuse for not providing the nutritional analysis. If people follow the “exact” recipe, they should have the analysis without having to look it up. If they change it – then yes.

  7. Hi! I have organic French Vanilla coffee grounds and chocolate when protein powder…will that work just the same? Thanks!

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