3 Reviews

This is good, but I had to make tweaks to improve it to my taste. I used chocolate INSTANT pudding. The coffee was a good amount, but the amount of pudding didn't offer enough taste. After several trial cups, it tasted best with 3 heaping 1/2 t. of pudding, so I'm guessing I used about 1 tablespoon. In one glass I added 1/8 t. of dark cocoa for additional flavor. It was also good. I did use Folgers decaf, but I think reg. coffee would add a stronger, welcomed flavor. I like this recipe because I think it tastes and has the texture similar to the bottle of expensive Starbucks at the grocer's. It's cheap enough to keep experimenting for perfection.

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LovesCookingHatesDishwashing September 15, 2011

Very yummy. I made enough to put into a small covered pitcher and put it into the fridge after a small sample glass ( I hope most of it last's in the fridge for a couple of days, lol). This one is a keeper for me. Made for PAC, Spring 2914.

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Annacia April 25, 2014

Made this today for my ride-to-work coffee. I made a quadruple batch and put it in a bottle in the fridge. I had some single-serve Nescafe packets for the coffee (2 hazelnut, 2 regular), and I used 2 tbs of French vanilla instant pudding mix. For the creamer, I used some sugar-free Vanilla Caramel flavor. I've never tried the bottled Frappuccinos, only the blended frozen ones you get at Starbucks, but I enjoyed this even without a reference point for taste and texture. I like that I can make a workweek's worth of caffeine in one shot (timesaver), and it's much cheaper than buying one each day. I'll definitely be using this again, thanks for posting! Made for PAC Spring 2014

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Muffin Goddess April 18, 2014
Frappuccino Mix (Like the Bottles)