"This drink tastes like iced cappuccino. The coffee can be adjusted to your personal taste." — Andrea
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vanilla ice cream
strong brewed coffee, cold
unsweetened cocoa powder
Wow - smooth and creamy! I made these last night and they are so good, but I made 4 times the recipe for two people. Now way you could get away with only one scoop of vanilla ice cream for one serving - not with my husband anyway! I topped these with some whipped cream and shaved chocolate.
Good starter recipe. I used frozen yogurt and increased the coffee and cocoa powder. Next time, I will increase the ingredients (as one serving here is like....really small--I like my coffee beefy and I'll tell you, I added the frozen yogurt and the small amount of coffee called for and my blender actually laughed at me. Could be because I have a wimpy blender, I really don't know) and I might use my pre-made bulk dry cocoa mix. This was quick to throw together with on hand ingredients when I want a blended coffee but don't want to drive to Starbucks and it's easily bendable to make your own, however you want. I appreciated it, that's for sure. Noone wants to see me in my jammies at Starbucks. ;)
very good...kinda like a jamoca milkshake at arby's or a frappaciano at starbucks...without the expense!!
Yum. This is a good recipe - though a bit stingy on the serving. Andrea must be thin. ;) I made about 8x the recipe for the 3 guys (and then I sneaked sipped off theirs - ha!), added whipped cream and sprinkles for fun. Thanks for the recipe!
I LOOOOOVE COFFEE! That's one of the reasons why I love this recipe. I added a bit more ice cream, and it turned out great! I love my drinks nice and thick. Thanks.
This recipe does taste good. I served it in a Frappuccino bottle and my boyfriend thought it was one. I noticed, though, that "1 serving" only makes a little less than half a cup, so you may want to double or even tripple the recipe. Other than that, great!
Incredibly easy and great tasting! Really refreshing on hot summer days.
No way was this going to make a single serving for me, so ended up using about 1/4 or 1/3 cup of coffee and ice cream and cocoa to taste and texture. It really does taste pretty good though, somewhat similar to a jamocha shake from Arby's.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 21
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