How to Make a Frappé in a Blendtec

how to make a frappé in a Blendtec

Do you love the refreshing, ice cold pick-me-up that you get from a frappé? Want to enjoy one without the hefty price tag and trip to the coffee shop? We've got the solution for you!

Easily make your own frappé at home and save time, money and even calories. Here's how:

  1. Pour 2 cups of chilled, strong brewed coffee into an ice cube tray and freeze for 2–3 hours or until solid.
  2. Once coffee is frozen, add the following to a WildSide+ or FourSide jar:
    • 2 ¼ cups milk (use almond or coconut milk to cut calories)
    • ¼ cup agave nectar, honey, sugar or your choice of sweetener (if using stevia, use about 3-4 tsp)
    • ¼ cup chocolate syrup
    • coffee ice cubes
  3. Secure lid and blend on "Ice Crush" cycle or on a Medium speed for 30 seconds.

Pour into glass, top with whipped cream and any other garnish you'd like (caramel or chocolate syrup, for example).

NOTE: This makes (4) 12 oz servings, decrease ingredients if you'd like less.

TIP: Make extra coffee cubes and keep them on hand stored in the freezer in a zip-top bag.

How to Make a Frappe at Home


CARAMEL Use caramel syrup instead of chocolate syrup
NUTELLA Use Nutella instead of chocolate syrup
PUMPKIN SPICE Use Pumpkin Puree instead of chocolate syrup + 1 tsp pumpkin spice
PEPPERMINT MOCHA Add ½-1 tsp peppermint extract (to taste)
CHOCOLATE CHIP Add ½ cup mini semi-sweet chocolate chips


  • Pat Cardosi

    Do you need to freeze coffee cubes to make frappes are can you use ice and then add cold brew coffee I like the way coffee house makes them . Just purchased blendtec so any help would be helpful. Thank you

  • Andrew

    Question (a) When is the Blendtec designer 725 coming to the UK market.
    Question (B) Where can we go and see a demonstration of the 725 because your British customers can’t wait.

  • Kelli Farley

    Hi Andrew,
    We currently don’t have an ETA for the availability of the Designer 725 in the UK market.

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