This was really really good, a great treat! My only complaint was that I sort of lost the coconut flavor, I would have liked it to be a little bit stronger. Other than that the flavor was right on, thanks for an easy at-home version of one of my favorite treats!
This recipe is missing the most important ingredient....coconut syrup! You cannot make a Starbucks Mocha "Coconut" Frappuccino without the coconut syrup.
This recipe was created by Todd Wilbur for his book "Top Secret Recipes Unlocked" (Penguin/Putnam 2009)
really it just can't get any better than this, I will make again but I probably will omit the coconut next time the drink itself is truly wonderful, thanks for sharing!
Wonderful just wonderful. What a coffee. I love... love... coffee, toasted coconut and whipped cream. I was in heaven. This sweet, rich, creamy coffee was perfect. I used a strong Kona coffee and 1% milk, it worked great. Thank you so much for sharing what will be a well used recipe in my home.
FUN! Loved it! Made as directed except I don't do canned whipped cream -- made my own with whipping cream and a splash of Cointreau for good measure! I also used whole milk in place of low-fat. Thanks, Cooks4_6! Made for Bevy Tag.
This was my first attempt at a coffee drink and it turned out yummy! I used some cheap generic coffee because we live in a small country town with one small grocery store. I knew I'd be getting some good coffee the next time we're in town so I just tried some little sample size packs. I recently purchased a little blender like the Magic Bullett, and with this receipe, I'm sure I'll be wearing that baby out soon!
We used cocnut extract instead and it was great!
Great Drink !! Easy to make !! Tasted just like the Starbucks Mocha Coconut Frappuccino. Thank you for sharing.