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DIY Mocha Frappuccino Recipe

DIY Mocha Frappuccino Recipe


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DIY Mocha Frappuccino Recipe

A blender, milk, coffee, and ice are all you need to create the perfect frothy Frappuccino at home. Otherwise, the ice will melt and you will just have watered-down, lukewarm coffee.

Ingredients

  • 1½ Cup crushed iced
  • 2 Ounces chilled espresso
  • ¾ Cup your choice of milk
  • 2 Tablespoons
  • 2 Tablespoons chocolate syrup plus 1 teaspoon for garnish
  • Whipped cream

DIY Home Frappuccino and Mocha Frappuccino

Break free from the green topless mermaid and save yourself some money at the same time. Make your own frappuccinos and mocha frappuccinos at home. Making these at home allows you the flexibility of controlling the amount of sugar, type of milk(s), and flavoring (therefore calories) to cater to whatever it is you’re craving.

Ingredients

  • 1-½ cup Crushed Ice
  • ¾ cups Milk
  • 2 ounces, fluid Shots Of Espresso Or See Coffee Equivalent Below
  • 3 Tablespoons Sugar, More Or Less To Taste
  • ¼ cups Whipped Cream (optional)
  • 1 Tablespoon Chocolate Syrup (optional)

Preparation

Blend all the ingredients except the whipped cream and chocolate syrup in a blender for 30-45 seconds. Pour into a tall glass and top off with whipped cream and garnish with chocolate syrup. Best served with a straw. Enjoy!

Note: if you don’t have an espresso machine, use 3/4 cup of double strength (strong) coffee mixed with 1/2 cup of milk and increased crushed iced amount by 1/4 cup.

MOCHA FRAPPUCCINO VARIATION:

Prepare everything the same way as a regular frappuccino (recipe above) except reduce sugar to 2 tablespoons and add 2 tablespoons of chocolate syrup. Enjoy!

Use Splenda, flavored coffee syrups, or flavored coffee creamers for a portion of the milk. For a richer beverage, use half-and-half, or heavy cream for a portion of the milk.


Recipe Summary

  • 6 cups cold water
  • ½ pound dark roast ground coffee beans
  • cheesecloth
  • coffee filters
  • 5 cups 1% milk
  • ½ (14 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
  • 3 tablespoons white sugar
  • 1 teaspoon white sugar
  • 1 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder
  • ½ cup hot tap water

Mix 6 cups water and coffee in a 1/2-gallon jar (such as Ball®) until grounds are completely saturated. Steep for 24 hours at room temperature, stirring occasionally.

Transfer the coffee to the refrigerator and chill for 1 hour.

Place a small colander on top of a tall, lidded plastic container. Line colander with a 6-inch square of cheesecloth fit a coffee filter on top.

Pour about 1 cup of the coffee into the colander until filter begins to clog. Lift the corners of the cheesecloth carefully twist the cloth and filter to extract the liquid. Drain the remaining liquid 1 cup at a time, using a new coffee filter each time. Repeat the process with the grounds, filtering 1 cup at a time squeeze out as much liquid as you can. Refrigerate the concentrate until ready to use.

Combine concentrate, 1% milk, and condensed milk in a 1/2-gallon jar.

Dissolve 3 tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon sugar and cocoa powder together in a bowl of hot tap water. Add to the coffee-milk mixture cover the jar and shake well.


Starbucks Mocha Frappuccino

This Starbucks Mocha Frappuccino can make any day better. Even though it’s not directly from the store, it’s one of the best homemade copycats that will save you time and money. Plus, it tastes even better than the store-bought version.

So, if you’re craving a chilled coffee drink this summer, this Mocha Frappe is just what you need. You may even enjoy it as an afternoon dessert with all that whipped cream and chocolate syrup.

Once you try it and see how fast it is to make this tasty iced coffee, it’ll definitely become your new favorite.

Here are a few things to consider when making your mocha frappe at home.

copycat Starbucks Mocha Frappuccino is made, top it with whipped cream and drizzle some chocolate syrup for a more attractive look.

As you can see, pretty much everything about this recipe is easy. The ingredients are simple and the preparation easy and quick. So, there’s really no reason why you shouldn’t try making this delicious, chilled iced coffee at home.

Here are the right amounts of each ingredient and step-by-step instructions on how to make it.


*You’ll need double-strength coffee (see tip) to make this recipe.
*Why bother with double-strength coffee? It will add a stronger coffee flavor that’s important in frou-frou coffee drinks where the other ingredients can easily overpower the coffee taste.
*If you don’t like the coffee taste, just use a regular strength of coffee.
*Want to make this with less calories? Use low-fat milk, Splenda (or your favorite low-calorie sweetener), and lite chocolate syrup and whipped cream.
*If you are using Splenda to replace the sugar, use 2-3 packets depending on how sweet you want the coffee to taste.


Easy Homemade Mocha Frappuccino

You might remember that I recently shared a little bit about my afternoon me-time and how I like to sit down with a cup of Folgers instant coffee to relax and reenergize. It really is the perfect way to wind down after a busy morning of running the kids around.

From time to time I like to mix up the coffee routine and try something a little different. This Easy Homemade Mocha Frappuccino is a simple recipe that you can make at home with your blender. It requires minimal ingredients: instant coffee, ice cubes, milk, sugar and chocolate sauce. It will only take you 5 minutes to throw this drink together making it the perfect on-the-go drink too.

I like using Instant coffee in these type of frozen drinks because it is so easy to mix up the coffee and throw it in the blender with the other ingredients. Now that the weather is warming up a lot of people like to make frozen coffee drinks, so recipes like this Easy Mocha Frappucino come in handy.

This recipe is also really customizable by using whatever milk you prefer or even a milk substitute like almond milk. If you want to avoid the sugar try using a natural sugar substitute, like agave. I like to add the chocolate sauce and whipped cream to the top of the drink for an occasional treat but that is optional.

Even though we all have busy lives and minimal time to make our morning or afternoon coffee, nothing beats a homemade cup of coffee or coffee drink, like this Easy Homemade Mocha Frappuccino. You know what you are putting in the drink and can control the sweetness.

I know that my summer plans are already in the works which involve summer camps for Will, swim class and days at the park. If this sounds anything like your summer plans you are going to want easy drink recipes like this on hand!

Easy Homemade Mocha Frappuccino

Ingredients:

½ cup Folgers Instant C offee

2 teaspoons granulated sugar

2 teaspoon chocolate sauce + a drizzle of chocolate sauce for the top of the drink

Whip cream for the top of the drink

Place the ice cubes, instant coffee, milk, granulated sugar and chocolate sauce into the blender and blend until combined. Pour into a glass and top with whipped cream and a drizzle of chocolate sauce. Enjoy!


How to make a mocha frappucino?

I start with strong coffee. You can use hot brewed coffee that has been cooled down in the fridge or cold brewed coffee. The only requirement is that it is really strong. You don’t want it to taste too watered down by the ice.

Blend the coffee together with milk, cocoa powder, and maple syrup. Once it’s well blended, add in some ice and blend it again. If you want to get really fancy, top it with some whipped cream. I usually skip this part so I can justify drinking one whenever I feel like it (at least, that’s what I tell myself), but it’s even better with whipped cream.


Homemade Mocha Frappuccino

Back in 2009 I shared my version of the homemade mocha frappucino, which was originally inspired by this Iced Chocolate Latte. Over the years we have made these numerous times, it’s a family favorite recipe and is super simple to make.

Is it frugal? Absolutely! I haven’t figured out the unit cost by any means, but at approximately $5.00 for one Frappucino at Starbucks, I can guarantee mine are only a fraction of that price! Here’s a rough guess:

  • leftover coffee – free!
  • sugar – pennies
  • chocolate syrup – $2.00 a bottle?
  • Instant coffee – $5.00 a jar?
  • whipping cream – $1.00 8-oz
  • powdered sugar to sweeten whipping cream – pennies
  • ice – free!

These certainly aren’t specific prices, but making a homemade mocha frappuccino is definitely a bargain. Even if you add up the price of the entire jar of instant coffee, the full bottle of chocolate syrup and the full container of whipping cream, it’s still less than 2 venti Frapps. Obviously you don’t need the full jar of coffee, the full bottle of chocolate syrup and the full container of whipping cream for one drink, so some math is definitely needed.

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To make a homemade mocha frappuccino you will need

  • 8 ounces of brewed coffee, cooled
  • 1 teaspoon of instant coffee granules
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • A good squirt of chocolate syrup
  • 1/4 – 1/2 cup of milk
  • ice
  • 8 oz container heavy whipping cream
  • 1 tablespoon powdered sugar

Helpful kitchen tools:

Combine coffee, instant coffee, sugar, chocolate syrup and milk in blender capable of crushing ice.

Add enough ice so that it pops up above the liquid ingredients.

Blend until all ice is crushed completely and ingredients are combined. Pour into a tall glass.

Garnish with whipped cream (see below) and chocolate syrup.

Store extra whipped cream in a covered container in the refrigerator.

For Whipped Cream Garnish
Use an electric mixer to whip together the whipping cream and powdered sugar until it forms stiff peaks. Drop a dollop on top of beverage and drizzle with syrup.


Afternoon Coffee Break: Recipe For Homemade Frappuccinos


Before buying a nice espresso machine, my husband and I would go to Starbucks daily sometimes even twice. With the current state of the economy we cannot in good conscience or afford to continue spending $12/daily. Instead we opted to invest in a nice home espresso machine knowing the machine would pay itself off in a few months. And for the record it has. Now we just make our favorite espresso drinks at home. Most mornings I usually drink a hot latte but by afternoon you can find me drinking an iced coffee beverage including my own home version of a Starbucks Frappuccino. Besides saving Instead of giving Starbucks almost $5 for a frappuccino, I feel better knowing I have broken free from the power of the green topless mermaid. Let me tell you right now how much I love making these at home because of the flexibility of controlling the amount of sugar, type of milk(s), and flavoring (therefore calories) to cater to whatever it is I’m craving. It is my own personal opinion that these homemade iced coffee blended drinks are just as good as the local mermaid-cafe if not better. As an added bonus, it only take less than 2 minutes from start to finish. So if you find yourself trying to save some money (and who isn’t?) but love frappuccinos may I present to you my version of this beloved favorite.


**Disclaimer: This is not Starbuck’s actual proprietary recipe. This is my own version copycat clone frappuccino recipe of it. This recipe is for a blended icy coffee frappe / beverage similar to but not the same as Starbucks.


Homemade Mocha Frappuccino

Homemade Mocha Frappuccino is nearly the replica of the trademark drink Frappuccino, available at the popular cafe chain – Starbucks. You could save a few pounds and time by making them at home, instead of visiting the Coffee shop, every visit to the HighStreet.


Earlier this week, I made my first batch of Coffee Concentrate yielding at least 12 servings using the Cold Brew method.Since its stocked in my refrigerator, the youth in me comes up with quirky ideas, irrespective of the season. But did I mention, I whizzed them all up with Lactofree Milk, still no difference in flavor. You read it right!

Christmas fever kicked off at the end of November when a handful of us were invited to an exclusive Christmas tea with Lactofree. This event was exclusively organised at BakeaBoo Cafe in London, where they specialise in flavoured tea’s and cakes. The cafe was festively decorated with festoon, baubles and a lot of christmassy decorations..
The celebration menu included – Courgette ‘sushi style’ rolls filled with herb infused Lactofree soft cheese and miniature crudités of carrot and red peppers, Pitta bread Christmas trees with creamy avocado dip made with Lactofree cream topped with red peppers and sandwiches. Dessert menu had an elaborate spread from Mince Pies, freshly baked Scones with Lactofree cream and jam, chocolate truffles and the Festive frozen yogurt bark with the new lactofree Yougurt.
We were royally treated with the delectable treats, that sadly I had no appetite to dig into the Mini Trifles!!

Having no intolerances or allergies with food so far, I have enjoyed Lactofree infused meals just like our regular ones and I see no difference between the two at all. My infant who is three has quite a strong pallete. She is someone, who doesn’t accept change of brands for her Cheese..But with Lactofree Cheese, she relished her macaroni cheese just like we normally do. Check out my post on Refried Beans, Peppers and Cheese toastie with Lactofree… You are going to love it.

With the goodies that came back home with me after the event, I decided to create a reviving portion that will get you high on. Using the coffee concentrate prepared from my OXO Cold Brew Coffee Maker, this potation is to die for.


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