Coffee Slushie, Low Sugar - Fat Free

"This is lovely but some may find that it needs a bit more coffee flavor. I use a rounded tbsp of the coffee when I make it. I'm partial to hazelnut flavor coffee and I like to add a pinch of cinnamon as well. This amount will make 2 smaller drinks or one tall glass serving."
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Ready In:




  • Place all ingredients in blender container; cover.
  • Blend on high speed until ice is crushed.
  • Pour evenly into 2 glasses.

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  1. The only instant coffee I had on hand was instant espresso powder so in place of a flavored instant coffee, I used that with 1 TBL of sugar free chocolate syrup. I'm not very fond of most sugar free products so I was surprised I liked this as much as I did, though by the end the aftertaste was starting to bother me. I will have my DH try this too, as he is diabetic and it would be a great treat for him.
  2. I made this today for a quick breakfast as I was on my way out the door. Tasty! I used SF Mocha coffee. I also used about a quarter of a TBS of Splenda. Easy drink! A little too icey for me though but definitely could work with that:) Thanks Annacia!
  3. This is the recipe that I make a lot in the summer.Sometimes adding some flavored syrup,usually caramel.DH likes some icecream in it,too.
  4. Pretty tasty! I used one of those tinned coffee drink mixes and doubled the recipe so I could share with my daughter. We both enjoyed it, but I think next time I'll experiment with some of my sugar free flavorings (maybe vanilla coffee with hazlenut syrup?) and I also want to try it with the instant coffee and cocoa like other reviewers suggested - that sounds great! Thanks for the recipe! This is SO much cheaper than the coffee shop variety and quite tasty!!!!
  5. Wonderful! I didnt have any flavored instant coffee so I followed chungry1 and added a tsp of cocoa powder and it was delicious. The only thing I recommend is using crushed ice so it blends more evenly without chunks of ice. You can also add some pure chocolate or rum extract to this. Thanks for posting, will be making this daily!!



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