Homemade Mocha Frappe


Homemade Mocha Frappe

One of my favorite things when it comes to food, is trying to make homemade versions of what I could easily spend a lot of money on, if bought regularly. A certain frothy, frozen coffee dink, from a certain coffee establishment is ones of those. 

We all know what I'm talking about people...Frappuccino's!

These are so quick and easy to make at home, and at a fraction of the cost of buying one. You can customize it any way you want, by adding different syrups and spices. One of my favorite's is Pumpkin Spice Mocha. Get creative, and try your own!

This one was a simple Mocha Frappe, with homemade chocolate syrup. Yum! 

Homemade Mocha Frappe
Homemade Mocha Frappe
Serves: 2  Printable Recipe

1/2 cup strong brewed coffee
1/2 cup milk
2 cups ice cubes
2-3 tbsp sugar
2-3 tbsp chocolate syrup
whipped topping (for garnish)
chocolate syrup (for garnish)

Directions:

Brew up your coffee...make it strong baby. Nobody likes weak, watery coffee.  Now allow it to  chill for a bit. You do the same.  

Add all ingredients into your blender, and blend until smooth. Pour into a nice frosty glass, top with whipped cream, chocolate syrup, and whatever else your coffee-loving heart desires.

Enjoy!

Amber

Homemade Mocha Frappe


Homemade Mocha Frappe


30 comments:

Leanne said...

Wow, I just realized I have all the ingredients for this on hand. Time for a warm weather treat...

Chung-Ah | Damn Delicious said...

Oh wow, you just saved me so many trips to Starbucks!

Crunchy Creamy Sweet said...

Gosh, this looks goooooood.....

Belinda @zomppa said...

What a needed refresher for this heat!!

Lizzy said...

Oh, boy, would this go down well during this heat wave...a cool, decadent treat~

Laurie {Simply Scratch} said...

These.Are.Amazing!Beautiful shots Amber!

marla said...

Perfect for summer!

Sprinkled with Flour said...

Thanks everyone!

Karly said...

I just love your photos. Every time I stop by I get a little jealous of your food photography skills. ;)

Anonymous said...

Instead of sugar, you can also use sweetened condensed milk to make it creamy and smooth.

TastefullyJulie said...

I love these photos! I always worry about getting the edge of the table and the window in my shots. Why?! It totally works!

Anamika@madcookingfusions said...

I just saw this picture on Foodgawker and couldn’t stop appreciating the clicks!! The recipe sounds really delish!!!

anda said...

This looks really lovely, especially since in my town (Toronto) we've been hit by a bone-melting heat wave for the past few days! I spend a lot of money on fancy chilled coffees so I really have to think about making my own. Thanks for the recipe :)

Kim (Feed Me, Seymour) said...

Oh yes. This is absolutely necessary for the summer. And perfect, since you don't have to spend a fortune! I'll absolutely be making one of these a.s.a.p!

Sprinkled with Flour said...

Hi Julie, thank you! Photography is so subjective, you don't have to do it the way everyone else says it should be done. As long as you have good lighting, white balance, and a decent composition you're good! :)

Sprinkled with Flour said...

Hi Anamika, thanks! Oh my, I just noticed the clicks myself. ;)

Sprinkled with Flour said...

Hey Karly! Thanks. ;) Um, excuse me Miss Buns In My Oven, you take a food picture that's not too shabby yourself! :)

Amanda @ Once Upon a Recipe said...

Yes...want!!!

Frankie L said...

Absolutely stunning...delicious

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Elin said...

My 5 year old nephew saw this, and said I want that one, now!Pleasseee... Gotta try. ;)

Anonymous said...

Try adding a pinch or two of xanthan gum to help thicken/stabilize things. That's one of the secret ingredients in a real frappuchino....

MyFudo™ said...

No more Starbucks trips this summer, I bet. A lot of savings, you truly are a blessing! Thanks for the post!

Kari Lindsay said...

I usually get an extra shot of espresso added to my Frappicinos 'cause they're so dang sweet, then I end up all jittery, from too much caffein. Love this recipe, I can make it just how I like! Thanks

Macaroni and Cheesecake said...

What a great idea to make these at home! They look fabulous!

Dana said...

I don't have a blender and have been on a quest to recreate McDonald's iced coffee. Would this still taste right if I just skip the blending??

danasfoodforthought said...

looks WAY better than Starbucks... yum!!

Lee Ann said...

This looks so delicious! Thanks very much! :)
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Lucy Hill said...

The over flowing chocolate richness. i love it!

Danijela said...

This is such a nice recipe. I like it. Pictures looks great and I like the fact that you use really strong coffee for this one. I am sure this is just delicious.

Ada said...

Just found this recipe. Amazing!! Thanks for sharing!




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