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What is the difference between frappuccino and frappé?

In fact, there is not much difference between frappuccino and frappé. Both of these drinks are made by blending ice, milk, and coffee. Depending on your preference, you can add any flavor or sweetener into them. It could be said that the only difference is frappuccino is originally made with espresso but frappé with any coffee, especially instant coffee.

Is frappuccino a type of coffee?

Yes. Frappuccino is a type of blended iced coffee with milk, which may or may not have other flavors of choice.

How to make strawberry frappuccino at home?

To make strawberry frappuccino at home, just blend frappuccino, adding ½ cup of strawberries per glass. You can add fresh or frozen strawberries.

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Frappuccino Recipe

Category:Beverage
Cuisine:American
Serving:2 tall glasses
Cook Time:5 minutes
Prep Time:5 minutes
Author:Emine Aslan
Calories: 123

Have you ever tried to make the delicious Starbucks Frappuccino at home? Try the frappuccino recipe below. You will love it!

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Frappuccino Recipe

Frappuccino is a type of iced coffee trademarked by Starbucks. The word “frappuccino” comes from the combination of the word “frappé” and “cappuccino”. Its basic ingredients are espresso, ice, and milk. Then, whipped cream, different syrups, or sweeteners can be added to it depending on personal preference.

You can buy different variations of frappuccino at Starbucks or bottled ones from grocery stores, vending machines, etc. You can also find frappuccino in other cafés or stores but, of course, under a different name since Starbucks has trademarked the name frappuccino. Now we will learn how to make frappuccino at home with the recipe below. Making it at home will allow you to create your own version of it.

Frappuccino is originally made with espresso, but if you do not have an espresso machine at home, you can alternatively use a Moka pot or AeroPress to prepare the coffee for the frappuccino. If you do not have any of those tools to make coffee with pressurized water, then just add some instant coffee, two teaspoons per glass.

Now let’s move on to the recipe below and learn how to make Starbucks frappuccino at home!

Ingredients

  • 2 cups ice cubes

  • 1 cup (3 fl.oz.) espresso, Moka pot, or AeroPress coffee (or 4 teaspoons instant coffee)

  • 2 cups cold milk (full-fat yields a better taste and texture)

  • Sweetener of your choice (optional)

  • Whipped cream, chocolate or caramel sauce (optional)

  • Ice crushing blender

  • 2 tall glasses

Directions

  1. Make the coffee.

  2. Add ice cubes, milk, sweetener, and coffee to the blender and blend them well. As mentioned in the recipe note below, you can add 1 cup of strawberries or raspberries for a fresh frappuccino taste or a banana for a sweeter taste and thicker texture at this stage.

  3. Pour the mixture into the glasses.

  4. Add whipped cream and chocolate or caramel sauce over it.

  5. Serve the frappuccino immediately before it has time to get melted.

  6. Enjoy your homemade frappuccino!

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 tall glass
Amount/​Serving
% Daily Value
Calories per serving
123
Carbs
12 grams
4
Fat
5 grams
6
Protein
8.1 grams
15
Sodium
128 milligrams
6
Cholesterol
20 milligrams
7
Fiber
0 grams
0
Extras
  • RECIPE NOTES FOR HOMEMADE FRAPPUCCINO:

    To have a thicker textured frappuccino, you can use frozen milk instead of ice cubes in this recipe. To do so, pour full-fat milk into the ice tray and put it in the freezer. When making frappuccino, use these frozen milk cubes instead of the ice cubes in the recipe above.

    If you avoid syrups, sweeteners, and sugar in your diet, you can also add fruit while blending frappuccino. Especially strawberries go great; you can also add bananas for a sweeter taste and thicker texture. This fruity touch will add extra freshness to your drink.

    HOW TO SERVE HOMEMADE FRAPPUCCINO:

    You should serve frappuccino in tall glasses. You can top it with whipped cream and some chocolate or caramel sauce.