This frothy and chocolatey easy homemade Mocha Latte is the perfect way to start your morning. Loaded with superfoods, quick and simple to make, this delicious Mocha recipe is Whole30, Paleo, Keto, and Vegan.

Need your morning cup of java but don’t know how to make it taste good without lots of sugar or cream? Then this recipe is for you!

It is insanely delicious and you can’t beat this warm cozy mug of homemade mocha latte on a cold winter day.

This “Chocolate Latte” recipe has been my go-to for over a year now, so it’s way over-do that I share it with you! 

How to Make this Easy Mocha Latte at Home

A frothy homemade mocha latte

This sugar-free homemade mocha latte is super easy to whip together. With only 5 ingredients (and a couple of optional ones) it takes just a minute or two to throw together. 

Mocha Latte Ingredients:

  1. Coconut Butter
  2. Cacao Powder
  3. Brewed coffee of your choice
  4. A dash of Sea Salt
  5. Maple Syrup (Omit if you are trying to keep it sugar-free)
  6. Cayenne Pepper (optional)

Put all of your ingredients for the homemade mocha latte in a blender and blend for 30-45 seconds. Voila! You have a sugar-free, Whole30, paleo, keto, vegan, dairy-free superfood elixir to start your day. Or any time of the day, really. 

To help speed up the process, throw all of the dry ingredients into the blender while you’re waiting for your coffee to brew. You have to wait for it to finish anyway, so it won’t take you any extra time to make this than it would for your normal cup of coffee.

Optional Ingredient 1: Extra Collagen 

Sometimes, I like to throw Vital Proteins Beef Gelatin in my Morning Latte for a little extra froth.

This also gives your latte a protein boost, and gelatin is great for your hair, skin, and nails. Please note that this will no longer be vegan if you add the beef gelatin. 

a cozy cup of coffee drizzled with chocolate


Optional Ingredient 2: Cayenne Pepper

I know the cayenne pepper may seem a bit out of place on that ingredient list, but it actually works really well with the other ingredients in this homemade mocha latte; spices and chocolate go together seamlessly

Why I Love This Mocha Latte

a mug with vegan frothy chocolate latte. there is a cozy blanket and a book in the picture as well

There are so many reasons that this homemade Mocha Latte has been a staple in my morning routine. Aside from the fact that it’s decadent and delicious, I feel amazing when I drink this regularly.

The ingredients are affordable and easy to find, and the recipe is easily customizable to your preferences.

You could add ginger, peppermint oil, orange oil (if you like orange chocolate!), pumpkin spice, apple pie spice… literally anything.

Hope you enjoy this as much as I do!

What’s your favorite coffee flavor? Leave a comment below!


2 cups of homemade mocha latte that's whole30 and vegan
A mug of homemade mocha Latte with melted chocolate on top and sprinkle of cinnamon. It is very frothy.

Get the recipe:Sugar-Free Mocha Latte {Whole30}

Loaded with superfoods, this homemade Mocha Latte Recipe quick and easy to make, also is Whole30, paleo, keto, dairy-free gluten-free, and vegan.
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  • 1 cup strongly brewed coffee
  • 2 tbsp coconut butter
  • 2 tbsp cacao powder
  • 1 tbsp maple syrup or honey *
  • Sprinkle of cinnamon, Topping
  • Melted Chocolate, Topping
  • 1/2 scoop of Vital protein Beef Gelatin, Optional, See notes**]


  • Combine all the ingredients (except for the cinnamon and melted chocolate) in a blender. Blend on high for 30 secs. ***
  • Sprinkle with cinnamon and melted chocolate (optional). Enjoy immediately with your favorite treats!


* To keep it sugar-free, you can omit the sweetener. To make this mocha recipe keto, use Keto-friendly maple syrup.
**  To keep this recipe vegan, omit the gelatin.
*** Blending on low for 1 minute will also do the same trick, and leave bigger bubbles. There will be residual on the bottom after 30 minutes or so.
Serving: 1g, Calories: 271kcal, Carbohydrates: 10g, Protein: 5g, Fat: 22g, Saturated Fat: 18g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g, Sodium: 17mg, Fiber: 8g, Sugar: 4g

The Nutrition Facts above are specific to the ingredients I chose to use for this recipe, which may vary.