Copycat Recipe: Coffeehouse Frappe

Love frappes? Check out this Coffeehouse Frappe recipe from www.drugstoredivas.net.For a long time, I didn’t drink coffee. At all. It hasn’t even been a year since I started drinking it and enjoying it.

I have, however, really always liked bottled cold frappes. See, in Japan, cold coffee is a “thing” so cold frappes always remind me of Japan. And so my taste buds are okay with that.

But my wallet, not so much. A pack of four is over $5 and I just can’t justify that all the time.

I was on Pinterest the other day and found a recipe to make your own frappes. I was stoked, so I of course had to try it. It was so easy.

I’ve seen the recipe for a Coffeehouse Frappe pinned a million times and I can’t figure out who originated it. I pinned it from a photo that says Dumpaday.com on it, but you may have seen it somewhere else.

Copycat Recipe: Coffeehouse Frappe

Love frappes? Check out this Coffeehouse Frappe recipe from www.drugstoredivas.net.

What You Need:

  • 5 cups brewed coffee
  • 1/4 cup of each:
    • white sugar
    • brown sugar
    • French vanilla creamer

What You’ll Do:

Love frappes? Check out this Coffeehouse Frappe recipe from www.drugstoredivas.net.

Brew the coffee (an actual coffeepot is a lot easier than a Keurig).

Love frappes? Check out this Coffeehouse Frappe recipe from www.drugstoredivas.net.

Measure the white sugar …

Love frappes? Check out this Coffeehouse Frappe recipe from www.drugstoredivas.net.

… and the brown sugar.

Love frappes? Check out this Coffeehouse Frappe recipe from www.drugstoredivas.net.

Measure the creamer. Pour into the coffee. 

Love frappes? Check out this Coffeehouse Frappe recipe from www.drugstoredivas.net.

 Pour all three into the coffee and stir. 

Love frappes? Check out this Coffeehouse Frappe recipe from www.drugstoredivas.net.

It will turn into the beautiful color you’re looking for.

Chill and enjoy.

Believe it or not, this actually does take like the bottles you buy in the store except with that “fake” taste from a creamer. It is definitely a taste that stands out to me, but if you don’t mind it, you probably won’t even notice. I would love to try this again in the future with milk and a vanilla syrup, so I’ll let you know how that goes.

Copycat Recipe: Coffeehouse Frappe
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Ingredients
  1. 5 cups brewed coffee
1/4 cup of each
  1. white sugar
  2. brown sugar
  3. French vanilla creamer
Instructions
  1. Brew the coffee.
  2. Measure the white sugar and the brown sugar. Measure the creamer. Pour into the coffee.
  3. Pour all three into the coffee and stir.
  4. It will turn into the beautiful color you’re looking for.
  5. Chill and enjoy.
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