Skip the Trip to Starbucks and Make a Keto Frappuccino at Home [+ How-To Video]

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Keto Frapp in the blender

Save yourself the money and the carbs.

Starbucks Frappuccinos are not only expensive, but they’re also chock full of sugary carbs! Getting that frozen treat you crave can be as easy as blending up some old coffee, almond milk, heavy cream, vanilla extract, and your favorite keto-friendly sweetener followed by an additional blend with some ice to make it a true keto dessert frappuccino.

This drink is not only a refreshing frozen treat on a warm day, it seriously curbs those sweet tooth cravings! Don’t forget to top it with homemade low-carb whipped cream. 😋

Swerve sweetener on a store shelf

My go-to sweetener for this recipe is Swerve. I love that it has a 1:1 ratio when subbing it into recipes that call for sugar. Plus, it doesn’t leave a bitter aftertaste as many non-sugar sweeteners do! It’s also up to you whether or not you want to add in the sugar-free caramel sauce for extra flavor to your copycat frappe.

diy starbucks frap in a Mason jar with a straw

I made this simple how-to video on YouTube to show just how easy and yummy this Starbucks copycat recipe is.

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Here’s how to order a keto-friendly frappuccino at Starbucks.

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  1. Jessica

    I treat myself to a keto frappe almost every afternoon. I learned from Pinterest, maybe, that a small mouth mason jar fits the blade bottom of an Oster blender. It may work with other brand blenders, but I have an Oster. So I make my keto frappe in the actual pint mason jar (which I use as drinking glasses anyway).

    In the small mouth pint jar:
    4ish large ice cubes (about 3/4 of a cup)
    1/2 c. heavy whipping cream
    1/2 c. unsweetened almond milk
    2 Tblsp sugar free flavored syrup (I get a 25oz bottle of Skinny Girl brand at Home Goods for $3.99 I have gotten Irish Cream, Salted Caramel, White Chocolate, Peppermint Mocha…)
    2 Tblsp powdered erythritol (I like it sweet!)
    1 Tblsp instant coffee

    Screw on the blender blades, and whirl until ice is blended. This saves me having to already have cold coffee on hand, having to make whipped cream, and having wash the blender, whipped cream beater and bowl!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Sounds yummy! Thanks for taking a moment to share your recipe with us!

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