9 Reviews

This tasted great but not to be taken too close to bed time!

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Krissy-P August 25, 2002

My one question is...how do you end up with TOO MUCH chocolate syrup at home? I can never keep enough on hand.

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David Jackson January 02, 2002

I liked the name of your creatively thought of recipe. I made it after dinner tonight and love it. Its something my tastebuds are thanking you for:) I used 4 tsps. of chocolate syrup and 1 1/2 of coffee. Besides this, I added 2 tsps. of sugar as well. Mom loved it too. Thank you for sharing this, its lovely!

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Charishma_Ramchandani November 18, 2001

This is delightful! I doubled the recipe and added about a teaspoon of sugar. The cinnamon really made this special - the more I drank it the more I loved it. Thanks for sharing your recipe!

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loof October 04, 2010

This was a great coffee drink for what is already turning out to be a rather warm day. It really hit the spot. I am not a real fan of skim milk though, so I think I would have enjoyed it more had I used whole milk or perhaps adding a bit of heavy cream. But it was good, and I will make it again. Thanks, Anu.

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NorthwestGal July 09, 2009

Had this to go with my tuna sandwich. Great taste! Will be making one of these again soon!

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miltt January 29, 2008

Loved this frappe, thank you Anu! I doubled the recipe and used 2 teaspoons of instant coffee with about 6 or 7 teaspoons of chocolate. Added the crushed ice and topped with a sprinkle of cinnamon. Wonderful treat!

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lauralie41 February 08, 2007

not going to rate it because i made some substantial additions. for a little added nutrition i added about 1 tbsp of natural vegetable protein powder. i also added about 1/2 c of frozen banana slices and only used about 2/3 tsp of chocolate syrup. i wasnt sure if i was a huge fan of the taste at first, but after contemplating it for a moment i slurped down the entire thing and decided that it was VERY tasty!

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ellie3763 August 23, 2006

A lovely rich frappe. I doubled the recipe and added 8 tsps of chocolate syrup and sugar. the chocolate syrup flavour was very pronuced this way. I got 4 mugs full. Thank you Anu for a gr8 recipe.

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lemoncurd September 24, 2005
Chocolate Coffee Frappe