Ingredients10 m servings 542
- Blend ice, coconut milk, coffee, sugar, hot chocolate mix, and vanilla extract together in a blender until smooth.
- Cook's Notes:
- You can use caffeinated or decaffeinated coffee. You can substitute almond milk for the coconut milk.
Per Serving: 542 calories; 36.5 49 4 0 87 Full nutrition
ReviewsRead all reviews 13
This is a bit different, but good. I found it a little too sweet for my preferences, so I would cut way back on the sugar or eliminate it altogether, but I will add it to my rotation. Thanks, ...
Good. I used 1 Tbsp sugar and unsweetened cocoa instead of the hot chocolate mix. Thanks for the recipe Luke Berkgren.
I love it, don't have to pay those high prices anymore, when everything is here at home for one of my favorite drinks. I did add one thing, because I had it on hand and that was a Tablespoon of...
Quick and easy! Two things I love. I didn't have cows milk on hand so I used a mixture of almond milk and coconut water. I also substituted the cocoa mix with Trader Joe's sipping chocolate (...
This was yummy. The only thing I didn't like was the after taste of the coconut milk. But this is coming from a person that likes milk in my coffee. The only thing I changed up is I used regular...
My first sip and I was in love. This drink is better than your local ice cream or coffee shops mocha frappe. It took some time but it was worth it, so worth it
This was delicious! I changed it up a bit. I put in tiramisu yogurt I used NO sugar cappuccino mix and tiny bit of bakers choc. Then I added coffee extract. But, everything was the same.
very good. Not to sweet. maybe needs more coffee flavor but I might not have made my coffee strong enough.