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This is THE tall, double-blended, coffee frappuccino with whip and mocha drizzle! I substituted 2 T Cool Whip whipped cream and 2 T Hershey's chocolate syrup, for half-n-half and sugar. No need for additional whipped cream or drizzle. Also, I only used one shot espresso, 2% milk and the Vita-mix professional blender to get the authentic taste of a Starbucks frappuccino!

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La Rosita Resort and Spa August 08, 2009

I used skim milk and Splenda and very much enjoyed this!

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iris5555 October 09, 2012

Delicious!
I used 2 rounded tsps of instant coffee in 1/4 cup of boiling water, instead of freshly brewed coffee.
I also used Hazelnut flavored coffee creamer (this one contains real cream).
No whipped cream necessary.
A delicious, frothy drink! Enjoy!!

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Judy, Judy, Judy January 26, 2011

Very good coffee drink. I used mocha chocolate chip ice cream and then chocolate syrup and it was delicious!!!! Thanks BUZY-LADY for a great recipe.

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diner524 May 01, 2008

AWESOME!!!!! Now I can have my Starbucks and save money too. Thank you for a delicious copycat!!!!

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looneytunesfan April 08, 2008

It was a bit bland. I doctored it up a bit by adding more sugar and using frozen coffee cubes instead of frozen ice cubes. This improved it quite a bit. But as written, I felt it just didn't have enough to it.

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Claire #3 March 11, 2006

This was great!! I used 2% milk and regular coffee just because that's what I had on hand. So yummy!!! Thanks for the recipe!!

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Southern Mama September 06, 2005

for lo-carb diets (which I'm on and really miss my Starbuck's Frappy) I substituted the milk with cream (or half/half) and the sugar with splenda. If you're worried about blood sugar levels use de-caf coffee. Excellent, as good as this recipe.

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Sparkinator May 25, 2005

This was EXTREMELY good. I also am a loyal starbucks drinker, but this is just as yummy. I made sure the espresso was cooled before mixing it, and even topped it with some caramel... Ooooh, this was wonderful! THANX!!

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Little Italy May 23, 2005
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