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So I don’t drink coffee. Never have and never will. But those dang Starbucks ads for Frappes look delicious. I’ve gotten coffee-less frappes numerous times, and I love them. At $5 or $6 a pop though…..I can make them myself at home thank you very much. My old blender wasn’t capable of blending ice. But my new Blendtec is awesome at it. We’ve been whipping up all sorts of frappe goodness!
(If you do love your coffee, feel free to substitute half of the milk with coffee.)
Two Homemade Chocolate Chip Frappes on a wood countertop.
Time To Make: < 5 minutes
Yield: 1 Serving
1/2 cup + 2 TB milk
2 TB hot fudge sauce
1/4 cup chocolate chips
1 TB sugar
12 ice cubes
1. In a Blendtec
or other high power blender, combine milk, hot fudge, chocolate chips and sugar. Blend on a low speed for just a few seconds until mixed.
2. Add in ice cubes and blend until smooth.
3. (Optional) Serve topped with whipped cream and additional chocolate sauce.
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Rosemarie kury

Do what I did. Buy a small ice crusher on Amazon that will crush your ice cubes. Then if you pulse your blender it pretty much mushers them up. I make my coffee frappes in this way and will try this recipe too.

This looks so yummy! I need to win this blender! My poor blender is dying and there is no way it could handle making this!

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