DIY Starbucks Inspired Mocha Frappucino

Hello everyone,

Welcome To Tasty Tuesday!

Recently I packed the family up to go and visit my brother and his family for a few day’s. We had such a great time. Family time is absolutely the best. The constant laughter is simply unforgettable.

While we were away. I decided to do some running around with all the kid’s my 2 + my 2 nieces. So our last stop that day was Starbucks….my nieces love Frappucino’s. It’s amazing how my daughter’s are unwilling to try some things I suggest……but when their cousin suggest it, it’s a must try…

Well, that’s exactly what happened at Starbucks. As a result, FRAPPUCINO is all they have been asking for since. Which prompted me to try a DIY VERSION. My 1st attempt was a fail, but my 2nd attempt was a success….so now I want to share.

Let’s make a yummy Mocha Frappucino.



8 oz of almond milk (original, vanilla or even chocolate unsweetened)
8 oz cup of brewed coffee or espresso (chilled)
1/4 Cup of simple syrup(chilled)
2 Tbs of unsweetened cocoa powder
A few ice cubes


Brew a cup of coffee place in the freezer or fridge to completely cool, quickly that is.

Once your coffee has cooled add it to the blender, along with milk, cocoa powder and sugar….. Blend

Add your ice and blend quickly for a few seconds

All done and ready to serve, add whip cream and shaved chocolate or whatever ever you like.

Serves: 2
Double the recipe to serve more.

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Enjoy & Until Next Time,



16 thoughts on “DIY Starbucks Inspired Mocha Frappucino

  1. I love Starbucks as well!! Hmm, I’ve never tried a frappucino before…no one in my family drinks coffee (except Hannah but we don’t even own a coffee pot, so she has to buy it at Starbucks😀) This looks really good, though!!

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