"Almost" Starbucks Frappuccino

"Almost" Starbucks Frappuccino created by HokiesMom

Since I serve this is very large glasses I have listed at two servings, you may divide into as many servings as you wish, make certain to use very strong coffee for this --- this is very good!

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ingredients

  • 1 12 cups cold strong coffee
  • 1 14 cups chocolate ice cream (can use more)
  • 14 cup chocolate syrup
  • sugar (to taste) (optional)
  • 2 cups crushed ice, divided (about 1 cup for each glass, or use as much as desired)
  • whipped cream

directions

  • In a blender combine coffee with ice cream and chocolate syrup; blend until smooth.
  • Add in sugar (if using) and blend slightly until combined.
  • Place about 1 cup crushed ice in two large tall glasses.
  • Divide the mixture into the glasses.
  • Top with a dollup of whipped cream.
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"Since I serve this is very large glasses I have listed at two servings, you may divide into as many servings as you wish, make certain to use very strong coffee for this --- this is very good!"
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  1. kdfiekdi
    I've been trying to cut down on my Starbucks' visits, so I've been looking for a good frappuccino recipe that's a suitable substitute. This definitely fits the bill! I used two packets of instant coffee dissolved in water instead of brewing some, 2 tablespoons of Starbucks mocha powder instead of the chocolate syrup, and a sugar-free chocolate ice cream. I thought this turned out even better than a regular mocha, with a lovely mix of chocolate and coffee flavors. It reminded me of the blended drinks I used to get at a locally owned coffee shop, just delicious and much, much cheaper! This recipe is great -- I thank you and my wallet does, too!
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  2. kdfiekdi
    I've been trying to cut down on my Starbucks' visits, so I've been looking for a good frappuccino recipe that's a suitable substitute. This definitely fits the bill! I used two packets of instant coffee dissolved in water instead of brewing some, 2 tablespoons of Starbucks mocha powder instead of the chocolate syrup, and a sugar-free chocolate ice cream. I thought this turned out even better than a regular mocha, with a lovely mix of chocolate and coffee flavors. It reminded me of the blended drinks I used to get at a locally owned coffee shop, just delicious and much, much cheaper! This recipe is great -- I thank you and my wallet does, too!
    Reply
  3. moe13a
    Omg, WHY? why? I love this drink @ Starbucks but because it costs so much and I see the calories I usually can stay away BUT why did you have to post this. This will be the death of many diets to come, and of course I would discover this right before bathing suit season. "Almost" is not even the word, add a little mocha syrup instead of sugar and die a little bit every time. TO DIE FOR = THE DEATH OF ME!!!
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  4. Snowpeas
    Oh my, I think this drink must be illegal in 37 states! I didn't use any sugar, but I added a shot of rhum. All I can say is Wow! Thanks for the recipe Kittencal!
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  5. wholelottagall
    I used Cinnamon Swirl coffee and Chocolate Ice cream for an afternoon delight! Talk about delicious? It sure is!
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