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Recipe: No Coffee Chocolate Frappuccino for my Valentine!
Valentine’s is one of those perfect opportunities to prepare self-made gifts and I couldn’t skip this special occasion to recommend a sweet recipe.
I like to think that something prepared by you has a higher emotional value than a bought gift in the store. You don’t have to be a pro in the kitchen to succeed with this recipe, I’m keeping this Valentine’s suggestion easy and simple so that everyone can give it a try…surprise your Valentine with this Chocolate Frappuccino!
Ingredients: (for a big glass)
½ glass milk (light or soy milk works fine)
2 tablespoons cocoa powder
2 tablespoons chocolate chips
5 tablespoons milk powder
½ teaspoon vanilla extract
5 ice cubes
For this recipe we need a blender.
Blend all the ingredients together for around 3 minutes. You should get a creamy texture with a little bit of foam. If you want the frappuccino to be even creamier, add a bit more milk powder.
There’s no need to add sugar to this recipe, all the ingredients together make it sweet enough.
Decorate with some whipped cream and pour some caramel syrup on top.
I’m adding some heart shaped chocolate decorations as a final touch!
Hope you guys like this recipe and I wish you all a Happy Valentine’s Day!!!
7th February 2012
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