coffee-milkThe worst offenders are the ones made with whole milk, chocolate, and whipped cream, such as the mocha drinks, which contain up to 11 ounces of whole milk in a large beverage and a hefty dose of chocolate syrup. For example, a Cafe Mocha made with whole milk contains up to 400 calories and almost 7 teaspoons of fat – that beats out chocolate fudge cake by 150 calories! Add a dollop of whipped cream and the calories jump to more than 500 and you’ve used up 60% of your daily allotment for fat, or more than 40 grams. But even lower-fat coffee drinks, such as lattes and cappuccinos, can pack in the calories if they are made with whole milk or topped with whipped cream.