Almond Milk Mocha Frappuccino
Almond Milk Mocha Frappuccino – simple and refreshing drink, perfect for summer!
This post is sponsored by Almond Breeze Almondmilk.
It is officially summer! Wow!
Although is hasn’t been feeling like a real summer around here, with all the thunder storms and not so high temperatures, I feel ready to go to the beach!
And with the warmer weather, it is time for some refreshing summer recipes like this Almond Milk Mocha Frappuccino.
Here are some more iced coffee drinks – Vanilla Frappe, Coffee Frappe and Iced Vanilla Latte.
I decided to make this awesome drink with almond milk.
I also followed the “frozen coffee ice cubes” method. Have you tried it?
You basically freeze coffee into ice cubes and then use it in frozen drinks.
You just need a good blender, to make sure ice is blended well and the drink is smooth.
It is very simple, flavorful, sweet and chocolatey.
Top with whipper cream or even or whipped coconut cream.
This is the perfect mid afternoon summer drink (snack).
Take it to the pool, relax and enjoy!
The original Almond Breeze Almondmilk is my favorite.
I like using it in smoothies, adding it to my cereal and even baking with it.
And apparently it works for cold drinks like this one.
Almond Breeze Almondmilk is made from all natural real almonds, smooth and creamy, with a little hint of almonds.
It contains 60 calories per serving (1 cup).
It tastes great without a weird after taste.
This almond milk mocha frappuccino could also be considered vegan, if you use vegan chocolate chips and vegan whipped cream.
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ALMOND MILK MOCHA FRAPPUCCINO
- 1 cup double strength good quality coffee — , frozen into ice cubes (2 espressos, could be used, just add enough water to make it 1 cup)
- 1 cup Almond Breeze Almondmilk
- 2 tbsp agave nectar
- 2-3 tbsp semi sweet chocolate chips or chocolate syrup
- whipped cream for serving
- chopped almonds for serving
Add 1 cup strong brewed coffee to an ice cube tray and freeze for 3-4 hours, until solid.
In a blender combine ice cubes, milk, agave nectar and chocolate chips (or syrup). Select "ice crush" And blend until smooth.
Serve immediately, topped with whipped cream and chopped almonds.
Great minds think alike – I have a similar recipe scheduled 😉
It’s so refreshing to have a drink like this, isn’t it. Much cheaper than Starbucks too.
Love your recipes Dannii! Can’t wait to see it! Yeah, so much cheaper and tastes amazing!
This frappuccino looks delicious, Mira! So refreshing and perfect for warm summer days! 😀
This frappuccino is just calling my name, Mira! It looks amazing! And I love using almond milk in just about everything, too. Love this drink, so perfect for a hot summer day! Pinned!
Thanks for pinning Gayle!
Oh my gosh, I could totally go for one right now! This looks delicious, Mira! Love the almond milk! So refreshing and perfect for summer!
This is the perfect sweet treat to cool off with. Look delicious.
This frappuccino looks so refreshing and delicious, Mira! Loved the use of almond milk! And photos are stunning too! 🙂
Oh, I am all about this! It looks and sounds amazing – I will be giving this a try as it is perfect for the hot and humid days ahead!
Hope you like it Molly!
Oooh! I’ve never used the ice-cube method but I think I must try! It’s already so so so hot here and some homemade frappuccinos are definitely in order. Especially with almond milk and mocha, yum!
Yeah I usually use just coffee and ice, but that method worked great! Definitely time for homemade frappuccino here, too!
I love almond milk, Mira, and this frappuccino looks right up my alley! Pinned.
This looks so refreshing and delicious! I would love to sip this by the pool!
So refreshing and hydrating! What a way to start the summer!
О, това си е великолепна напитка, която ще бъде направена, само да намеря такова мляко или нещо подобно, идеята с леда много я харесвам! Прегръдки и слънчеви дни!
LOVE LOVE this frappuccino Mira! great use of Almond Milk!
Looks so refreshing!! I could use one of those right now. Pinning.
Such a great idea to use coffee “ice” cubes in these frapps Mira! I am thinking I NEED one of these today!
I love this Mira…AND IT’s vegan from what I can tell!!! Fantastic!
PINNED! this looks SO yummy ;- ) mocha is my absolute FAVORITE frappe! your recipe looks great and freezing coffee ice cubes I must try!!!
This Frappuccino is heavenly!! It looks so incredible, Mira! I love how this is such a healthier alternative too, and it sounds soooo delicious! I definitely will be trying this 🙂
Did someone say frappuccino?
Those frozen coffee ice cubes are genius. GENIUS! I’m going to make this!!
You are going to like this Nagi!
What a satisfying and fairly light treat. I could go for a nice tall glass of it right now!
Mira, this is such a refreshing treat! It is 90 degrees + in my apartment and I can have a glass of this right away!! pinning, of course!
Ooooh, I love the idea of freezing coffee then whippin it up in the blender! I’ve not tried it! What a fabulous idea… like a frappachino? Then topping it with coconut whip. Okay. I need to do this! ! Delicious recipe, Mira! Thank you for this!
Hope you like it Traci 🙂
It’s just so dangerous that I can make my own frappe at home. Definitely trying this soon!
Hope You Like It!
This recipe would be perfect right about now…I NEED COFFEE! But seriously, freezing the coffee into ice cubes in a genius idea!
This is the first time I tried this method and it worked great! Thanks Rachel!
Looks yummy! I love almond milk!
Mmmmm…this looks absolutely delish!! 🙂 LOVE that I can make it dairy free! Pinned!
I’ve never tried freezing the coffee into ice cubes–sounds like the perfect way from getting it diluted. I just photographed a recipe for a coconut mint iced mocha– have you ever tried canned coconut milk instead of almond? It’s much higher in calorie, so I only use a tablespoon or two, but the flavor is amazing.
Thanks for stopping by Michelle! I haven’t tried coconut milk in a frappuccino, but I agree, it will bring creaminess and flavor, will try it tomorrow! Thanks!
Only discovered the frozen coffee thing this summer. Can’t believe I haven’t been doing that in the past. Looks absolutely delicious.
My mom loves Frappuccinos, and I’m always telling her to order them with soy instead of dairy at Starbucks because of her arthritis. I’m going to make this for her the next time I visit so she can make a healthier version. Thanks Mira!
Oh yeah, they do have soy at Starbucks! Hope she likes it Linda 🙂
What a delicious summer drink! Love the trick of freezing coffee with ice tray. Sharing!
Amazing summer treat! Thanks for linking up with What’s Cookin’ Wednesday!
That drink looks very refreshing. I have never thought of making coffee cubes, what a brilliant idea. Thanks for sharing on #HomeMattersParty
I could so go for 3 of these right about now. Yummy !
YUM’d and Stumbled! This looks delicious. A definite must try! Please come share your blog posts over at the Home Matters Linky Party! We’d love to have you for a visit. The Door is OPEN. http://lifewithlorelai.com/2015/07/02/home-matters-linky-party-44/ 🙂
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Thanks Lorelai! Heading right over there!
Never made frappuccino at home. Need to try it! Looks delicious!