Alkaline Iced Mocha Recipe

Do you switch to iced coffee in the summer?

Many coffee lovers do when the weather turns warm, and there’s a surprising health benefit to doing so. Cold brew coffee is actually less acidic than other brewing methods, which means it’s less likely to cause acid reflux, headaches, and that eventual coffee crash.

Today’s recipe is a delicious cold brew iced coffee. It’s not a frappe, but it can be a breakfast replacement because of the healthy fats and greens included. Once you blend it smooth and pour over ice, you’re going to love this morning pick-me-up.

Or afternoon pick-me-up. When it’s this healthy, you can enjoy it any time of day!

On Thursday, I’m going to share the surprising and amazing benefit to drinking coffee that you can get, so watch out for that.

Until then, give this iced mocha a try and let me know what you think over on Facebook.


Ingredients [Serves 1]           

2 handfuls baby spinach

1 cup cold brew coffee

1 tbsp. chia seeds

1 tbsp. cacao nibs

¼ to ½ cup unsweetened almond milk
(to your liking)

1 scoop Acid-Kicking Coffee Mocha Alkalizer

Handful ice cubes


Combine all ingredients except ice cubes in blender and blend until smooth. Pour over ice and enjoy!

Coffee is highly acidic. But did you know that Acid-Kicking Coffee Alkalizer actually makes your coffee alkaline rather than acidic? You can watch it change on a pH test strip!

It also turns creamy and slightly sweet when you add it to your coffee, delivering delicious flavor, as well as plant-based, clean keto fats, acid-fighting minerals,

pure Himalayan pink mineral salts, and enzymes to optimize brain-boosting energy, suppress hunger, and burn body fat throughout your day.

If you want coffee without the eventual crash, headaches, jitters, or acid reflux, you’ve got to try this! 

Plus it tastes delicious in 4 yummy flavors – Salted Caramel, Mocha, Vanilla and NEW Black! Try it today or Subscribe & Save 15%!


Dr. Daryl

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