We have lightened up the classic Starbucks mocha frappuccino. This copycat recipe is easy to make at home and is just as delicious! Our recipe has fewer calories and has no added sugar! Also, it’s dairy-free and vegan! Now that’s a win! Once you try this copycat mocha frappuccino, you will want to make it all the time. It has become Ella’s new favorite coffee drink!
Why You Will Love This Recipe
- It is super easy and quick.
- There is no added sugar and this recipe is vegan.
- You only need three ingredients.
- This recipe is lightened-up so you can enjoy it all the time!
Ingredients For Copycat Mocha Frappuccino
- Coffee: Brew a cup of your favorite coffee for this recipe and freeze it overnight in an ice cube tray.
- Milk: Feel free to use your milk of choice in this recipe. We used unsweetened vanilla almond milk to keep this recipe vegan. Some other great options are regular unsweetened almond milk, unsweetened oat milk, or regular milk.
- Chocolate Protein Powder: We used Orgain creamy chocolate protein powder in this recipe.
Which Chocolate Protein Powder To Use
We used Orgain creamy chocolate fudge protein powder in this recipe. I absolutely love Orgain protein powder! Most Orgain products are gluten-free, non-GMO, certified organic, and made without soy or artificial ingredients. I have partnered with Orgain and got you a great discount if you choose to buy their protein powder or any Orgain product. You can get 30% off Orgain products when you use code HEALTHYFOODIEGIRL at checkout.
How To Make This Copycat Mocha Frappuccino
First, brew the coffee and let it cool. After that, pour it into an ice cube tray and freeze it overnight.
Once frozen, add the coffee ice cubes to a blender.
Next, add the milk and chocolate protein powder to the blender.
After that, thoroughly blend these ingredients, pour your mocha frappuccino into a cup, and enjoy!
How To Serve It
This copycat mocha frappuccino can be served in a tall glass.
To make this mocha frappuccino the ultimate treat and just like the Starbucks version, we love adding some light whipped cream on top and some chocolate sauce. We used a dairy-free coconut whipped cream. Also, you can drizzle some chocolate sauce inside the cup before pouring the mocha frappuccino into it.
What Does It Taste Like?
This mocha frappuccino tastes like the Starbucks mocha frappuccino. However, we have lightened it up and there is no added sugar. Also, we have used coffee instead of espresso in this recipe. It tastes like an icy mocha! It is packed with creamy chocolate flavor.
How To Meal Prep This Recipe
This recipe is great because you can make as many servings as you would like. We made this a single-serve recipe so you can make it whenever you want a mocha frappuccino. Also, feel free to make more than one at a time.
I love enjoying this Starbucks copycat mocha frappuccino as my morning coffee. I love this copycat recipe so much that I like to brew and freeze extra coffee so I have frozen coffee ready to go each morning. To make extra coffee cubes, brew more cups of coffee, let them cool, and fill multiple ice cube trays.
Once frozen, you can leave the coffee cubes until you are ready to use them or remove them from the ice cube trays and place them in Ziploc bags. Just make sure to store the Ziploc bags with coffee ice cubes in the freezer until you use them. I like to do this so that I can free up my ice cube trays for something else.
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1 servings per container
- Amount Per ServingCalories157
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat
- Sodium 278mg 12%
- Total Carbohydrate
- Dietary Fiber 4.9g 20%
- Sugars 1.8g
- Protein 17.4g 35%
* The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.