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I am a sucker for beverages, specially coffee beverages .
But since I believe that homemade is usually better and since I’m frugal and hate parting with $4 every time I want to quench my craving, I ’ ve been on a mission to figure out how to make my own homemade coffee bean drinks that mimic the ones I love at coffee shops .
I found a bang-up ice coffee recipe years ago, but up until now, I equitable couldn ’ t find a homemade frappe that I sincerely loved .
That changed recently when I discovered the trick of using coffee ice cubes. abruptly I could make a frappe at dwelling that wasn ’ t mediocre !
And I ’ meter excited to show you how to make a frappe excessively !
In my opinion, the trouble with using regular ice cubes to get that bathetic frappuccino texture is that it besides ends up making the drink much too watery and weak.
By subbing coffee ice cubes, you suddenly get a nice, strong coffee flavor – merely the means it should be !
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I ’ ll warn you though, this homemade yellowish brown frappe recipe makes a very thick frappe. If you want it a bit thin you ’ ll probably need to add more milk or brewed coffee .
And if you think the coffee flavor should be stronger, feel free to sprinkle in a bit of instant coffee!
Homemade Caramel Frappe Recipe
Easy Homemade Caramel Frappe
This homemade caramel frappe is ace easy, delightful and refreshing ! And it ‘s way cheaper than buying one besides .
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- 1 cup potent, dependable quality brewed coffee, freeze into cubes ( see Notes below )
- ½ cup milk
- 3 tablespoons boodle or more to taste ( see Notes below for a calorie free option )
- 2 tablespoons caramel syrup
- whipped cream and yellowish brown syrup for top ( optional )
- place all ingredients except flog cream in blender .
- Blend until ice cubes are crushed. If you have fuss getting it thoroughly blended, let it sit for a couple of minutes and try again. **
- top with blister cream and drizzle with caramel syrup.
- For me, 1 cup is 7 ice cubes.
- After several months of making this, I’ve discovered that if you let it sit for 15 to 20 minutes before blending it works much better! I just get it ready as soon as I get up in the morning and by the time I get dressed and eat my breakfast, it’s ready to blend!
- To cut calories a bit, I now sub some of my favorite stevia for part of the sugar. By using some sugar, I don’t notice that unique stevia taste, but still get the benefit of fewer calories.
- If you want a stronger coffee flavor, add just a bit of instant coffee.
update : I ultimately got bright and started defrosting the internal-combustion engine cubes in the microwave for about 45 seconds. I do it precisely long enough that it softens them a bit, but not hanker adequate to melt them and lose the slushiness that they give the ice. It works like a charm ! You might also enjoy these recipes: