DIY: Make Your Own Coconut Frappuccino.

hi friends. 

my lovely friend katy is guest posting today. 
and it's going to be delicious.

katy and i met through the blogging world a few months back and i love her and her sweet little family. we sometimesbjoke about being friends in "real life" someday. 

joking aside, i do hope i can meet katy in person sometime. and i hope she has a coconut frappuccino in hand ;)

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without further adieu her is katy...

hey guys! i'm katy from scottyboy and katygirl. rachel asked me to do a little DIY and so i thought long and hard about what i should do. then i posted on my blog last week about how much i'm in love with Starbucks' new mocha coconut frappuccino. someone left a comment with a link to a recipe and i thought i would give it a whirl. since the recipe is for your basic frappy frap, i put my own twist on things and i think it turned out quite excellent if i do say so myself.

(in no particular order)


1. chocolate syrup
2. 1/2 extremely strong coffee
3. 1/2 packet of chocolate pudding
4. toasted coconut
5. whipped cream
6. coconut syrup
7. 1/2 (ish) of milk

now a few things to note on the ingredients:
1. these are not in order
2. i thought i made my coffee strong but it could have been a LOT stronger. so take a chance, people.
3. coconut syrup can be found in most grocery stores.
4. to make toasted coconut, i just put a layer on a cookie sheet and baked it for 10 minutes at 325 degrees.

1. fill a cup with ice. add pudding packet into cup.
(the recipe calls for one cupful of ice but i made mine with 2 and loved the consistency)

Picnik collage

2. add the 1/2 cup of coffee and 1/2 cup of milk.
you can add more milk if you want it easy on the coffee flavor.
add 1 TBSP of coconut flavor and a pinch or two of toasted coconut.


3. blend all of your ingredients together.
pour into stolen starbucks cup.
add your desired amount of whipped cream, chocolate sauce, and toasted coconut.


and you've got yourself a DIY frappy frap.
doesn't it look like you bought it?

some things i learned through this process:
1. blenders scare babies and make them cry.
2. no matter what your friends/family/conscience tell you, this recipe is 100% lo-cal.
(if i did it again, i would make it with sugar free pudding, non-fat milk, and ditch the whip/chocolate sauce.)
3. i really, really, really like toasted coconut.

thanks for playing along with me, friends! if you get a chance to try this yourself, let me know!


kristin fulghum said...

yes! i'm in love with fraps, but my husband would kill me if i spend $4 more than once a week on them. so glad i can make my own. i will be trying this asap!

danielle @ take heart said...

stop the horses. making this tonight. love you both.

Kelly said...

genius! no more spending $4. for something that'll be gone in seconds. thanks ladies.

Kelly said...

genius! no more spending $4. for something that'll be gone in seconds. thanks ladies.

that sort of thing. said...

looks yum!

april@gingerbread girl said...

ummmm yummmyyy!!!

Anonymous said...

Thanks soooo much for this!! We just bought a vitamix a couple months ago and love making our own fraps.

Marie said...

finding this recipe has changed my life! haha! j/k now I need to try your coconut version....looks delish! :)

Allison said...

this looks amazing. and blenders really do scare babies. am i a bad mommy because it kinda makes me laugh? ;)

Rachel said...

Thanks for sharing this! It looks delicious AND SUPER easy!!

Emily said...

need. one. now. :)

The Bonjour Four said...

yummm looks amazing!!

The Frenchs said...

Um...this looks amazing! Might just have to do some calorie splurging...

The Frenchs said...


Thought of you...

Beth said...

I generally don't love frappuccinos, but I DO love the new mocha-coconut one. Luckily, I get them free since my hubs works there. Unluckily, that truth is not helping me lose 10 pounds. I still want to try my hand at this, though. What a clever DIY!

Charlotte said...

thanks for sharing - I am definitely going to try this. I love Starbucks, but my wallet does not, so I've been trying to make more stuff at home lately.

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