FrappuccinoSubmitted by: MOM2MBJ
IntroductionAbsolutely best recipe for mock Starbucks Frapp! And lower calories! I have tried others -too thin, added pectin for better texture (yuck!), etc. I make mine decaf. Absolutely best recipe for mock Starbucks Frapp! And lower calories! I have tried others -too thin, added pectin for better texture (yuck!), etc. I make mine decaf.
1/3 cup double strength coffee, chilled
1/2 cup milk, 1%
1 Tablespoon (rounded) chocolate Jell-O INSTANT pudding
1 cup ice cubes
Put all ingredients EXCEPT ice in blender and mix for about 20-30 seconds. Add ice and mix until ice is chopped. If you like it more chocolatey, add another rounded tablespoon of pudding mix or a tablespoon of Hershey's syrup. Either way, add 50 more calories. Makes 1 tall size Frappuccino (12 oz.).
I do not do whipped cream, so that is not figured into the total nutrition information.
If you like the cream based Frapp, use vanilla instant pudding.
Number of Servings: 1
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So i made this and it tasted AMAZING added a packet of splenda as well - 7/12/10
Reply from MOM2MBJ (7/12/10)
Thanks! It is way cheaper, too. :0)
making some coffee icecubes to substitute for the regular cubes is helpful since they will not "water" it down. have not tried with the pudding mix yet but I will. I made one using almond milk,homemade syrup & ff cool whip. wasn't what I expected.trial n error right? hope this 1 is it! - 5/19/11
Can you use leftover regular coffee and mix in some instant coffee powder? - 6/19/09
Reply from MOM2MBJ (6/19/09)
I haven't done it, but it sounds possible. Regular coffee by itself just isn't strong enough. I usually have them add a shot of decaf espresso to cream base at Starbucks, because I can't do caffeine.