Iced Coffee Frappe

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Introduction: Iced Coffee Frappe

In this instructable I'll show you how to make an iced coffee frappe at a fraction of the cost to buy one at coffee shops.

Step 1: Ingredients

You will need:
  • Cup of black coffee with sugar (how much you want, I used 2 spoons)
  • Cup of milk
  • Ice cube tray
  • Blender

Step 2: Coffee Ice Cubes

Take your ice cube tray and pour the coffee in and put in the freezer till frozen.

Step 3: Blend

Use your frozen coffee ice cubes and put them in the blender with the cup of milk, then blend it all until its the right consistency.

Step 4: Enjoy!

Serve and enjoy you can also add chocolate sprinkles, whipped cream etc, so go mad!

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16 Discussions

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oliviastewart
oliviastewart

7 years ago

Hello, I just wanted to say WOW I am drinking this right now it's amazing. I'm a big fan of anything cold and anything coffee, and I love second cups chillatte.. I have tried many recipes for similar drinks but they all sucked. However, yours is fantastic. Freezing the coffee is really key. Thanks so much!!

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Liefe
Liefe

4 years ago

Yummy this looks sooooooo good! gonna have to try this!

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19kevers
19kevers

4 years ago

I want to m

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Substance90
Substance90

5 years ago on Introduction

This is not really a frappé but it still sounds delicious. I'm gonna try it out tomorrow.

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danamrox
danamrox

5 years ago on Introduction

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gdawgtuk
gdawgtuk

7 years ago on Introduction

Do you mind specifying what you mean by "Sweet Black Coffee?"

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jkdabrown
jkdabrown

Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

Hi guys sorry about the confusion now edited it. You need to make black coffee with about 2 spoons of sugar in it.

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gdawgtuk
gdawgtuk

Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

Thank you for clarifying! Great idea and great instructable!

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realife11
realife11

Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

I would guess they mean dark coffee (strong) that is made very sweet?
that's how I would interpret it. Strong coffee with lots of sugar.

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gdawgtuk
gdawgtuk

Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

I only ask because later it's mentioned to add sugar if you prefer it to be sweet. So I'm just curious if they are just expressing a fondness for Black coffee there, or if there is really a sweet black coffee I don't know about lol.

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mollymoo2000
mollymoo2000

7 years ago

I tried it and its great

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Amnesia Wes
Amnesia Wes

7 years ago on Introduction

Instead of milk, I use Borden's Sweetened Condensed Milk. It's a lot creamier. Be careful though, as it can get very addicting!

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Greta R.
Greta R.

7 years ago

Great idea! And follow back?