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Almond-Coconut Frappé: Made with Silk’s Almond-Coconut Blend, you can indulge in this very delicious Frappé without the guilt!

Almond-Coconut Frappé | www.diethood.com | Made with Silk's Almond-Coconut Blend, you can indulge in this very delicious Frappé without the guilt! #recipe #coffee #SilkAlmondBlends



Hi, you guys! Happy Tuesday!

Hey, remember that one time we went to Vienna, Austria, and I drowned myself in all-things ice cream and fraps?? Yeah, fraps. That’s what the cool kids call a Frappé these days. Which is also just a fancy name for strong coffee + milk + ice. So, remember? We were young, wild and free, and sipping on coffee at midnight was totally okay.
Waking up at noon because we couldn’t fall asleep due to caffeine-overdose was also a-okay. To be 25 again…

I’ve tasted a few super amazing Frappes in my life, but, not to toot my own horn or anything, buuuuut I am really IN LOVE with my very own Almond Coconut Frappe.

Almond-Coconut Frappé | www.diethood.com | Made with Silk's Almond-Coconut Blend, you can indulge in this very delicious Frappé without the guilt! #recipe #coffee #SilkAlmondBlends

You know that I’m no stranger to making my own coffee concoctions – Eiskaffee, Mexican Coffee, Irish Coffee… you see where I’m going. Therefore, when Silk invited me to introduce their brand new Almond-Coconut Blend, I was all, sign me up – I have the perrrrfect recipe! Because, let’s be clear, Frappes don’t roll off the hips the way they used to, m’kay?

Silk has always been my go-to for Coconutmilk. It’s delicious, nutritious, and slim-alicious! But Silk has two new products now: Silk Almond Coconut Blend in Unsweetened and Original AND Silk Protein + Fiber Almond milk in Vanilla and Original.

I reached for the Almond Coconut Blend and found that there’s only 50 calories in a whole cup! And, it contains 50% more calcium than cow’s milk! I’m telling you, this stuff is pretty amazing.

Almond-Coconut Frappé | www.diethood.com | Made with Silk's Almond-Coconut Blend, you can indulge in this very delicious Frappé without the guilt! #recipe #coffee #SilkAlmondBlends

Also? The mixture of cold, icy coffee with Silk’s sweet Almond-Coconut Blend is completely and happily refreshing and delicious. And skinny… just sayin’.

It’s different than the original Frappe, but it’s different in a really good way. If you love coffee drinks as much as yours truly, prepare to indulge without the guilt.

And while you’re still here, how about you hop over to Silk’s Facebook Page and score a coupon for their brand new products!

Almond-Coconut Frappé | www.diethood.com | Made with Silk's Almond-Coconut Blend, you can indulge in this very delicious Frappé without the guilt! #recipe #coffee #SilkAlmondBlends

ENJOY!

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Almond-Coconut Frappe
 
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Made with Silk's Almond-Coconut Blend, you can indulge in this very delicious Frappé without the guilt!
Serves: Makes 2 Cups
Ingredients
  • 1-1/2 cups hot water
  • 3 tablespoons instant espresso powder
  • ½ cup Silk Original Almond Coconut Blend
  • Sugar/Sweetener (this is a very strong coffee drink and I suggest using at least 1 tablespoon sugar)
  • 1 cup crushed ice (if you prefer a thicker Frappe, add more ice)
Instructions
  1. Stir espresso powder into hot water. Let completely cool.
  2. In a blender, combine cooled coffee, Silk Original Almond Coconut Blend, sugar/sweetener, and ice; puree until completely combined and smooth.
  3. Pour into glasses and serve.
Notes
RECIPE SOURCE: DIETHOOD

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Silk. The opinions and text are all mine.

Comments

  1. Vicki F says

    Thank you for posting this. You’ve just given me the incentive to try something I’ve been meaning to try for some time now! :-)

  2. says

    You are speaking my language-we make frappes at home all the time in the summertime and I need to just try this recipe! That stuff keeps me awake on weekends so I can blog, it’s the only way-lol.

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