Tuesday, June 28, 2011

How To Make Your Own Frappe!



Save money and make your own FRAPPUCCINO from home!  Have some girlfriends over and serve this to them over a summer brunch!  What a cool and refreshing treat. 

My personal favorite: Caramel Frappe!

ingredients:
1/2 cup coffee (strong)
2 Tablespoons of Folgers Caramel Groove Cafe Latte Mix
1/2 cup milk
Hershey's Caramel Ice Cream Topping
Whipped cream
4 cups of ice

directions:
1) Fill your blender almost to the top with the ice.
2) Add the milk.
3) Dissolve the latte mix in with your coffee and add to blender.
4) Blend on medium to high speed until you reach the desired consistency.  *Add more milk if too thick/more ice if too watery
5) Top with whipped cream and caramel.

* Simply alter ingredients to fit your flavor (mocha, hazelnut, vanilla, etc)!

I'm linking up over @ Beauty & Bedlam

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15 comments :

  1. Thanks for inviting me to see your frappe recipe. I'm heading back to Tasty Tuesday right now to write down some recipes I want to try-it's my Tuesday afternoon ritual :). Have a great day! I can't wait to try this recipe!

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  2. ah I am seriously going to do this!!!

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  3. And this is why I can't wait to get a blender for my birthday in a couple weeks!! Yippee!!

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  4. This recipe might actually be worth going out and buying a new blender for! Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Mmmmm! One of my favorite treats...and honestly I had no idea it could be so easy to make it myself. I jotted this one down & CAN'T WAIT to make my own. Thanks for sharing this!!!

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  6. Thanks for inviting me over. What a fun blog and great recipe!

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  7. Great treat for a warm summer day!

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  8. Thanks for the invite. I love coffee so I figured I couldn't go wrong! Blessings, ~Lisa @ HappyinDoleValley

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  9. Mmmmmmmm, that sounds delicious!

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  10. Love this recipe. I seldom make coffee drinks at home. This one is inspirational!

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  11. Thanks for the recipe! I've downsized my friends on facebook, but will continue to follow you here! Thanks!

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  12. Oh my that looks amazing! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I would love to try this sometime.

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  13. Thanks for stopping by to see my recipe for spicy thai chicken! This frappe recipe sounds delicious! now if only I had a blender at work ... :)

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  14. I love the caramel frappe and I was thinking on my way to work the other night how I needed to look online for a recipe to save some money. Today I stumbled on yours. A fellow blogger always says its not odd its God. Thanks for sharing.

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