October 24, 2016

Caramel Frappuccino

Save your four bucks that will feed a child in Africa for a week and make your caramel frappuccino at home.  So easy and it tastes absolutely every bit as delicious as your local Starbucks!

You’ll definitely want to make a full pitcher, because everyone around you will want some of this.




  1. YUMMY! Sounds good…gonna have to try it 🙂

  2. Jenna M. says:

    Sounds yummy!

  3. Like!

  4. I just made this the other day (minus the whipped cream), and it is AWESOME! Thanks for the recipe. I even had one this morning for my morning caffeine jolt.

  5. You are a women after my own heart. Love it.

  6. I seriously need one of these right about now!

  7. I’m going to try this but with espresso instead of coffee. Seems like it would taste better than coffee. Haha my husband is from Seattle & he said it sounds like a true “Texan” recipe.. 🙂 I’ll let ya know how it turns out.

  8. My mom tried this recipe yesterday. YUMMY! Thanks.

  9. How many servings does this make? I don’t have anyone around to share it with so I just want to make enough for one. 🙂

  10. Instead of blending it, we just mixed al the ingredients together and put it over ice. Taste just the bottle starbucks frappuccino . Yum!

  11. I just made this and it was too runny not thick at all like a Frap is supposed to be and I followed the instructions just like you had them. I’m really not impressed.

    • Brandy Ferguson says:

      Oh, sorry to hear that, April. Did you chill your coffee first? It probably melted the ice and made it too runny. 🙂

      • its makes the bottled frapps not the store made ones

        • Brandy Ferguson says:

          No, it’s supposed to make frozen. And it can make either, depending on if you allow the mix to chill first. I never can wait long enough, so it tends to be thinner in consistency. 😉

  12. Is this just one serving, or is it a whole pitcher?

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