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Mocha Chip Frappe

 

This Mocha Chip Frappe is a quick and easy way to get your caffeine fix without spending a fortune on store-bought drinks. Made with just a few ingredients and less than 2 minutes, you’re on your way to caffeinated bliss.

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Mocha Chip Frappe

It should be no surprise that I am a coffee devotee. I’ll drink it any way I can get it, including straight-up black. However, coffee drinks are one of my favorite things – mocha, caramel, coconut, hot, cold, room temperature, white chocolate, dark chocolate, no chocolate. You get the picture ☕️☕️

You might be wondering what a Frappe is. Basically, according to Merriam Webster, it’s a partly frozen drink. You’re probably familiar with the popular trademarked version but guess what? You don’t need to spend $5 a drink every day for your afternoon sweet coffee fix.

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You can make it at home in less than 2 minutes AND with ingredients you probably already have. To save myself time and effort, I use Folgers instant coffee. Instead of having to brew coffee and then wait for it too cool down, I just throw some Instant coffee right into the blender with the rest of my ingredients and voila – instant frappe. I can’t even stress enough how easy it is to make this mocha chip frappe.

The addition of the chocolate chips give it the “chip” factor – it’s always fun getting a chunk of that chocolate in your straw. I know what I’m talking about. You could always leave them out if you really want to, but then you’ll be a mocha chip frappe party pooper with your plain old mocha frappe. I topped mine off with some whipped cream, mini chocolate chips, and a drizzle of chocolate syrup for that “wow” factor (and to make it feel more like a store-bought drink). You can leave that out but again, party pooper.

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You can also use whatever kind of milk you want. We generally have 1% milk, whole milk, vanilla almond milk, and unsweetened coconut milk in our fridge at all times (I KNOW 😬). You can go dairy free with all your ingredients if needed or you could even use whole milk to make it a little richer. I stuck with 1% and it was fab-u-lous.

If you’re craving more ways to enjoy your coffee, check out my homemade 3-ingredient dairy free coffee creamer, my Caramel Macchiato Float, a roundup of 23 Coffee Drinks You Can Make At Home, a Java Chip Frappuccino, or visit Folgers Recipes for more great ideas. Enjoy!

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Mocha Chip Frappe

4.89 from 17 ratings
This Mocha Chip Frappe is a quick and easy way to get your caffeine fix without spending a fortune on store-bought drinks. Made with just a few ingredients and less than 2 minutes, you’re on your way to caffeinated bliss.
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
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Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 C milk of choice
  • 2 heaping Tbsp instant coffee
  • 1/4 C chocolate fudge saue
  • 3 C ice cubes
  • 1/2 C chocolate chips
  • whipped cream for topping optional
  • chocolate syrup for topping optional
  • mini chocolate chips for topping optional

Instructions

  • Add the milk, instant coffee, chocolate fudge sauce, and ice cubes to a blender. Blend for 1 minute. Add the chocolate chips and blend for 10-15 seconds to break up the chips a little but not completely blended.
  • Pour into glasses and top with whipped cream, mini chocolate chips, and chocolate syrup if desired. Serve immediately.

Video

Notes

Use your favorite non-dairy milk and non-dairy chocolate sauce/chocolate chips to make it dairy free.

Nutrition Information

Calories: 69kcal | Carbohydrates: 6g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 4g

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Nutrition Facts are estimated and aren't always accurate. Please consult a doctor or nutritionist if you have special dietary needs.

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  1. Bonnie says:

    5 stars
    My son LOVES Frappes and this is the first recipe I tried, and it was a HUGE hit with my son. My husband hated it, but he doesn’t like any Frappe. I made him try it.lol I put this recipe on the Fridge to make again. Thanks for the recipe.

  2. Viswa says:

    OMG! Absolutely delicious,great combo,i never drink like this ,that looks mouthwatering..

  3. Kaila (GF Life 24/7) says:

    OMG! This is so decadent! Yum!

  4. Ricki says:

    Oh. My. Goodness!! How very decadent this looks! And kinda irresistible. What a great combo!

  5. cakespy says:

    Oh my YUM. This is the perfect summer treat!

  6. Jen says:

    These look perfect, Sharon! Love your video! Looks so easy to make!

  7. Maybe the rest of the world thinks of this as a drink, but for me it’s more of a dessert – and a wonderful one at that. Add a cookie on the side and I’m in heaven!

  8. I’m sitting in Starbucks right now contemplating ordering a java chip frap and now that I see this recipe I can’t wait to make a similar version at home!!!