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Healthy Coffee Frappuccino

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Hey guys! Sorry I’ve been MIA for a couple days…we’ve been having a busy, fun time with some of my family visiting.

Some posts are worth the wait. I have discovered the best coffee ever. I’m so excited about it…I don’t know why I didn’t think of it sooner! I have a confession…I love those frilly-topped-with-whipped-cream coffee “fru-fru” drinks (so I call them). You know, those beautiful concoctions at Starbucks that are loaded with sugar and whipped cream and taste kind of…out of this world.

And I love the more simple coffee frappuccinos. Sweet and ice cold with the foamy milk on top. I could have them every day.

So…now I am. It’s a lovely ritual.

It’s all rather happy, because I made a healthy version that is less than 50 calories and has no sugar! How’s that?!

Healthy Coffee Frappuccino

  1. 1 cup unsweetened almond milk*
  2. 1 tsp. instant coffee
  3. 2 packets Truvia
  4. 4-5 ice cubes
  5. ½ tsp. pure vanilla

*I used this almond milk recipe

Blend until it becomes the frothy, cold goodness it’s supposed to. I garnished mine with a little organic hot chocolate powder. Serves 1.

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Nutritional Info: Cals: 46, Fat: 3g, Sodium: 180mg, Carbs: 2g, Fibre: 1g, Protein: 1g

Here’s a few photos of our family time. With almost all the nieces and nephews here, there were 16 of them running around. They have such fun together!

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We had a bunch of races and games planned the one afternoon which all the kids loved.

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One of my nieces. I love this photo.

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Another one of my beautiful nieces. The girls totally rawk out the boys in this family. I only have 6 nephews out of the 18!

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These are my grandparents and all my siblings (except for one sister who couldn’t make it out!). It was my Grandma’s 90th birthday so we all got together and had a party! (Doesn’t she look amazing for 90?! And she has hardly any wrinkles!) I’m so blessed to have the family I do…God has been so gracious to us.

Do you like fancy coffee drinks? What’s your favourite coffee beverage?

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20 Responses to “Healthy Coffee Frappuccino”

  1. belovedgreen

    What an adorable family!

    At the camp I volunteer at we had a less healthy version of the coffe frappuccino. I prefer yours!

  2. Nadia

    Lovely! Again :)))

    I don’t drink coffee anymore, but back in the days I liked it italian style – super short espresso with 1/3 teaspoon of honey :)

  3. Norma

    Thanks. Exactly what I’ve been craving.

  4. Ben

    I like this better than starbucks. I’m having this today!

  5. Tres Delicious

    Great! a healthy frap. this will certainly be another one in the making for me.

  6. Barefeet In The Kitchen

    It looks like your family had a great time! We have 16 nieces and nephews as well and it makes for a crazy crowd during the holidays. It is always fun though.

    No coffee drinks for me. It’s been years since I had one and honestly, I wasn’t a big fan then. Coffee has just never been my thing. I’m married to a coffee man though and it’s plain black coffee for him every morning. I do LOVE the aroma!

  7. urbanefruits

    Almond milk is such an inspired idea, will definitely try this! xx

  8. Miriam @ Overtime Cook

    Looks delicious! I drink ice coffee every morning, but I like the thought of glamming it up in a healthy way!

    I just found your blog and I really like it- I can’t wait to look around some more!

  9. marla

    How cute are you & all of these kids! Glad to read you have been having fun. Love the frappe :)

  10. anh

    Such a lovely drink! And the kids are adorable!

  11. Faith

    I love making coffee drinks like this at home — they’re so much healthier! This one looks really delicious. And awww, such cute family pics…I love that pic of your niece resting her head — too cute!

  12. purabi naha

    Coffee drinks are truly something I crave for! The picture here is extremely tempting. Your nieces are so cute and you are a beauty!
    Loved your blog!!

  13. Kat

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  14. Leanne

    Hmmm, had this on Saturday as I baked and cleaned, Chris. Well, a version of it! Loved the foamy-ness!
    And yes, your nieces are *super* cute. Especially the little red head. ;)

  15. Maddelyn

    I will definatly try! And do u have to use almond milk?

  16. Charissa

    Madelyn~ No, you can use any milk you want…nut milk or regular milk, I just prefer almond milk because it’s dairy-free and lower cal.

  17. Cat

    Tried this today because i was craving a sugary coffee starbucks drink – it is AMAZING, thanks so much for bringing this low calorie yumminess into my life! I used organic skimmed milk but i will be trying your almond milk recipe very soon :)

  18. Jackie Rybeck

    I’ve made this, but never blended it…does it keep the almond milk from separating?

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  20. Naomi

    Love this! I’m always craving for some fancy coffee drink but Starbucks is way too sweet. Though instead of using unsweetened almond milk or Truvia (I don’t like sweeteners), I used Silk’s Light Almond Milk, which is like their Original except a whole lot less sugar and less calories even though I can’t tell the difference (which is a good thing!) So I didn’t have to add any sweetener or sugar after that. It was delicious. Thank you again for this :)

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