Meg’s Magical Mocha

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Meg’s Magical Mocha:

(Makes up to 2 delicious ice-cold coffee drinks)


2 shots espresso

2 tbsp rounded scoops of chocolate-flavored powder (I like Ghiradelli or Nestle Quik)

2 cups of ice cubes (not crushed)

colored sprinkles

whipped cream

2-3 cups water (or milk if you prefer thicker consistency)

In a blender, pour in the water and then follow up with the ice. Then, pour in the chocolate flavored powder on top. Stir.

Then, add the two shots of espresso and blend. Stop and stir to make sure that the ice is fully blended.

Pour into your favorite mug.

Then, put the whipped cream on top and add the colored sprinkles.

Share with a family member or friend and play your favorite music!


Meg Nocero, is a former federal immigration prosecutor, TEDx inspirational speaker, a transformational coach, and the award-winning author of The Magical Guide to Bliss: Daily Keys to Unlock Your Dreams, Spirit & Inner Bliss and Sparkle & Shine: 108 M.A.N.T.R.A.s to Brighten Your Day and Lighten Your Way and Butterfly Awakens: A Memoir of Transformation Through Grief. After she was brought on stage in Miami with Oprah Winfrey in 2014, she was inspired to manifest the life of her dreams and founded Butterflies & Bliss LLC and S.H.I.N.E. Networking Inc., a nonprofit that provides educational scholarships to young innovative leaders in her community. Nocero appeared on CNN Español, BookCon live, and podcasts and online media, such as MSNBC, CBS, Boston Herald, Chicago Tribune. She hosts a YouTube channel and a podcast called Manifesting with Meg: Conversations with Extraordinary People.

 One woman’s dark night leads her on a journey to find her light. A must-read spiritual memoir of transformation and hope.

Forty-something Italian-American immigration attorney moves through life-altering grief after her beloved mother dies from breast cancer. Questioning her life purpose, Nocero resigns from her federal career to search for the lighthouse she saw in a vision before her mother passes, leading her to walk El Camino de Santiago in Spain. In this must-read journey of transformation through personal loss, health challenges, and professional struggles, Nocero overcomes adversity by embarking on a spiritual and physical journey that will serve as a ray of hope for anyone who is struggling in life and unsure whether there is, indeed, a light at the end of the tunnel. A timely memoir in light of today’s current events where the pandemic pivot has led to the great resignation and 1 out of every 5 adults in the United States (approximately 43.8 million) experiences mental illness in a given year. The COVID-19 pandemic is only exacerbating these issues; many today require the real hope this book offers. Kirkus Reviews states that “The author’s limpid prose invests ordinary travails with an intense emotional charge that is often affecting.