Easy & Delicious Iced White Chocolate Strawberry Mocha

iced white chocolate strawberry mocha

I’m on a strawberry kick lately! I was craving a white chocolate strawberry cheesecake that’s offered at a local restaurant today when the idea for this recipe popped into my head. It has all the flavors I was looking for, plus the kick of coffee that I definitely need on a Saturday! 

Plus, after making yesterday’s vanilla cold brew with strawberry cold foam, I knew I could create it with what I already have at home. This only uses one syrup and one sauce and comes together in just minutes and tastes like a white chocolate covered strawberry dipped in coffee. Perfect for a fun and festive Valentine’s Day coffee, too! 

Let’s get all the ingredients together and whip one of these up. 

Iced White Chocolate Strawberry Mocha: Ingredients

iced white chocolate strawberry mocha

I love adding syrups and sauces to my espresso glass before brewing the shots, especially the sauces, because the heat of the espresso starts to melt the flavors together. Then, it becomes one flavorful coffee mixture that you can add to ice and milk without it separating. Here’s the ingredients you’ll need to make this drink!

  • Espresso Shots: I used two of my favorite Starbucks blonde roast espresso pods. Each makes one espresso shot. This set from Amazon is the best deal I’ve found. A double shot is what I put in a medium or grande size, so that’s two pods per drink.  I use my Nespresso Vertuoline machine to make espresso and it makes it so easy. 
  • White Chocolate Sauce: I used Kyya, but they are made in small batches and can be hard to get, so feel free to use a white chocolate sauce like this. I’ve used this one many times and it’s a fave. 
  • Monin Strawberry Rose Syrup: I recently ordered this from Monin and it’s very good. Note: you can taste the floral rose in this, so if that’s not for you, just grab a plain strawberry syrup this one. 
  • Milk of Choice: Lately, I’ve been all about the Califia Farms Barista Blend Oat Milk. It froths so well and is really creamy. But, use whatever works for you here. If you don’t make a request at Starbucks, they traditionally use 2% milk. If you like the way their coffees taste, you can use that as your milk. I’ve also used protein milks, such as Ripple, and those add a little healthy kick. 
  • Ice: Yaaaaasss. Ice, ice, baby. I do not brew the coffee over ice, because it melts it and waters it down too much. I brew my espresso into an espresso cup, so that it cools a bit before adding it to the sauces to melt them. By the time you are adding the ice, it’s cooled enough where it won’t melt the ice as quickly. 
  • Toppings: I used whip cream and sprinkles! So easy!

Tools for making your coffee:

iced white chocolate strawberry mocha

Here’s the tools I used in my video to make this and many of my coffees! I buy all of these with my own money and only share what I really use. These are affiliate links, which means at no cost to you, I may receive a commission if you shop through my links. Cheers!

That’s it! Use what you have on hand, friends, but if you’re in the market for something you don’t have, this is what I like to use. 

Let’s Make Your White Chocolate Strawberry Mocha: 


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I shared this video on Instagram and TikTok to walk you through it. I did put too much milk in this the first time and poured a little out so I could get all the coffee mixture in. The fluted glasses are new for me and I’m still figuring out the exact measurements for them, since I usually eyeball the milk (maybe I should stop doing that). But, it was still delicious, so really – I’m happy with it. 

  1. Add 1.5 tbsp. of white chocolate sauce to glass.
  2. Add 1 tbsp. stawberry sauce.
  3. Brew two espresso shots over the sauces and then stir
  4. Add ice to glass
  5. Add milk of choice to glass (about 3/4 cup)
  6. Add coffee mixture and stir
  7. Add toppings. 

That’s it. You’re done and it’s time to enjoy! If you’re new to making coffees at home, pay attention to the flavors and what you like and don’t like. For example, is it too strong? Consider more milk, like a cup of milk, next time. Is it too watered down? Less milk. Can you not taste one of the syrups enough? Add more next time and consider reducing the other syrup or doing equal parts of both. It’s your coffee, your way, whenever you want it. 

More Coffee Drink Recipes: 

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I hope you found a coffee recipe you love today.

Get roasted, 


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