Chocolate Frappe

Chocolate Frappe created by brokenburner

Rich, Frothy, cold, and delicious, and you can't even tell its low fat!

Ready In:
2mins
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ingredients

  • 1 (1/2 ounce) envelope hot chocolate powder, Fat Free & No sugar added
  • 1 teaspoon Hersheys Chocolate Syrup, use 50% less carbs variety
  • 1 cup nonfat milk

directions

  • In a tall glass empty the cocoa packet into the bottom and top with nonfat milk. Using the drink blender attachment of your stick blender (or do this in just a regular blender) whip the two ingredients together until the milk is frothy.
  • Add in the chocolate sauce and continue to whip with the blender until the drink is nearly doubled in volume.
  • Enjoy.
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"Rich, Frothy, cold, and delicious, and you can't even tell its low fat!"
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  1. Lucky in Bayview
    Delicious! Really helped tame my craving for something sweet. I'm not a fan of milk and know I don't always get the calcium I need. This recipe is a sure way to get some milk in my diet. Thanks for posting the recipe.
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  2. AmyZoe
    Wow! I really enjoyed this. To me, it's a great way to make a traditional glass of chocolate milk a little more exciting. I must confess I didn't use low fat milk so it's not exactly low fat, but it was delicious. Thank you SuperSpike! Made for Comfort Cafe Snow Queen Chalet. Swiss Miss.
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  3. brokenburner
    I can't really fairly give this a star rating, since I made so many changes... I just wanted to let people know what DOESN'T work!! I used a tablespoon of cocoa powder and two tablespoons of Splenda for the cocoa packet, and I misread the amount of syrup / sauce ... I added a tablespoon of Walden Farms "calorie free" chocolate syrup. I used fat-free soymilk. My blender has a "frappe" option, and I let it whir for a couple of minutes, but it didn't really froth much at all... maybe it wasn't in the blender long enough. If I try it again, I would add some ice cubes, because it was room temperature, which I don't like in drinks / smoothies! This time I just added some crushed ice from my ice maker.
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  4. brokenburner
    Chocolate Frappe Created by brokenburner
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  5. vitalev
    You're right, I couldn't tell it was low fat! This was very very good, Nice and chocolatey. Thanks for a great treat!
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