Iced Mocha Frappe

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Iced Mocha Frappe Iced Mocha Frappe

Servings: 4
Prep Time: 10 min
Difficulty: Easy

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4 cups brewed coffee, hot
4 (1-ounce) packages hot chocolate mix (3/4 cup mix)
4 tablespoons sugar
1 cup heavy cream
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
Whipped cream, for serving





In a heat-proof bowl or pitcher, add the coffee, hot chocolate mix, and sugar. Stir until well combined. Pour the mixture into ice cube trays and freeze, covered, for at least 3 hours and up to 1 week.

Put the frozen cubes in a blender. Add the cream and vanilla and puree until smooth. Divide the frappe into tall glasses and top with whipped cream.

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By Lynn on February 25, 2014


this is a Tom Boy speaking. not a good recipe

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By Anonymous on December 09, 2012


iced mocha frappe sound good to me hey y all

By Donna eichhorn on October 20, 2012


This is a great substitute for McDonald's since it's very cheap. But all the hot chocolate mix really hides the coffee flavor. It might be just me, but I like a strong coffee flavor with my frappes. Next time I'm going to use one or two packets of hot chocolate to bring out the coffee flavor. Other then that it's very good.

By Brett on August 11, 2012


I'm so addicted to McDonald's Frappe' It is putting a dent in my bank account. So I made this this morning and it is very sweet the first time around so i am freezing another mix and will try the next batch with half sweet milk , half 1% milk...Hope I Like It!

By H. Ross on March 23, 2012


its so good and easy to make i cant belive how easy it was i mean like it takes no more than what 5 minutes to prepare !

By Anonymous on January 28, 2012


Instead of using hot chocolate mix could we replace it with chocolate syrup? If so, how much?

By Diana on September 14, 2011


Great! The best one I can find. It tastes just like the mcdonalds mocha frappe!

By Alyssa on July 17, 2011


Hi Alexis, You should be able to find Heavy Cream in the dairy aisle of your local grocery store. In most cases, heavy whipping and heavy cream can be used interchangeably.

By Jonathan Able on July 13, 2011


Whats Heavy Cream ?

By Alexis on July 10, 2011


Delicious!!!! smile VEry easy to make and non-expensive!!!!!

By Destiny on May 05, 2011


Love this recipe! I blend mine with skim milk and it tastes great! I use 1/2 and 1/2 for my son and he loves it. It is also great hot--just warm your milk or 1/2 and 1/2 and of course do not put coffee/chocolate mixture in the freezer.

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By Anonymous on August 19, 2010


Sooooo Goood!!! And very easy to make =)

By Anonymous on August 16, 2010


My whole family loves this recipe!! It rivals starbucks or McDonald's Frappes! I added about 6 ice cubes and a splash of milk to make it a little more fluid but other than that, its amazing!!!

By Anonymous on August 11, 2010


I added a splash of milk and about 6 ice cubes to this recipe and it turned out absolutely amazing!!!

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