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Ever since Starbucks came out with their new Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappucino I knew that I had to try it! After one sip I knew that I need to make an “at home” variety so that I could enjoy it whenever I wanted. I think mine is VERY close to the original… and my hubby thinks it is even better! I made mine using Oreo’s that had the filling taken (eaten) out. Then I crushed them in my food processor. I also froze my coffee in ice cube trays so that the drink would never water down. Oh, and one of my FAVE parts of this drink is actually the chocolate whipped cream… heaven!!! I think you will really enjoy this recipe!!!!
I always add frozen coffee ice cubes to my iced coffee and frozen coffee drinks. This makes it to where the coffee is never watered down!!!
This is how the whipped cream looked right after I beat it. It tasted just like chocolate mousse!!!
Hershey’s syrup made this even better…
How do you like your coffee? Have you tried the Mocha Cookie Crumble yet? We love it and now we can love it even more… as much as we want!!!
- I full tray of frozen coffee ice cubes (coffee brewed then placed in ice cube trays and frozen overnight; affiliate)
- ¾ or 1 cup milk (more or less to taste and consistency)
- 1-2 tbs sugar (more or less to taste; affiliate)
- 2 tbs Hershey's Chocolate Syrup (affiliate)
- ¼ cup mini semi-sweet chocolate chips (affiliate)
- ¼ cup crushed Oreo Cookies (use with the middle cream part taken out; affiliate)
- Chocolate whipped cream (Beat together ¼ cup sugar with 2 tbs cocoa [affiliate] and 1 cup whipping cream)
- Blend all ingredient except the chocolate whipped cream in a blender. Blend until smooth. Pour into glass and serve with the chocolate whipped cream and a few sprinkles of the crushed Oreo's. Enjoy!!!
Here’s is my Facebook Live video of how to make this amazing drink!
**Disclaimer: This is not Starbuck’s actual proprietary recipe. This is my own version copycat clone recipe of it. This recipe is for a blended icy coffee frappe / beverage similar to but not the same as Starbucks.
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