How to make an Espresso Frappe

Today I’m sharing the perfect mid-morning pick-me-up with you, courtesy of my husband, Peter. Trust me, this will be your best friend after a night of no sleep with the bambinos. Say bonjourno to the espresso frappe!

This cold coffee is oh so tasty and importantly, guaranteed to give you a boost of energy.

It’s Peter’s go-to drink as a change from cappuccino and something he likes to drink all year round.

I like mine decaf for the most part as caffeine makes me (more) hyper and it’s become a hit with my friends and even their kids!

The best bit, switching your usual Starbucks for one of these bad boys will save you a fortune. Save up those pennies and you’ll sipping an espresso outside a Barcelona cafe in no time!

Argh, this post is actually making me miss my summery frappe drinking days as I spent many a summer slurping them in Cyprus. The Greeks love a frappe!

This is Peter’s hybrid, combining his love of both styles of coffee. Go make it below!

Espresso Frappe Recipe

Ingredients (serves 1)

  • Double shot of espresso, chilled (or single depending on much caffeine you like to drink)
  • 125 ml semi-skimmed condensed milk
  • 200g cubed ice

Method

  1. Add chilled espresso shot into a glass
  2. Add the condensed milk and ice into blender and process until frothy.
  3. Pour the milk slowly over the espresso shot

Yummy!

How to make an espresso frappe

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3 Responses

  1. Ken

    The espresso frappe sounds like a great way to start the morning, I would opt for the double shot of espresso. I will definitely give it a try.

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