Love Frappuccino


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Frappuccino is a basically an iced or chilled drink with flavorings and sweeteners, topped with whipped cream. This one is extra special made with love and doused with more love 🙂 I used my red velvet cupcake, strawberries and some ice cream to whip up a gorgeous looking frappe. I call it the ‘Love Frappuccino’. This was my special for Valentines using previously made Red Velvet Cake. I am a tad late to put this up but then you can always surprise your loved one with this drink. When you have your loved one with you, each day is a celebration of Love. 🙂

Serves 1

INGREDIENTS:

1 Red velvet cupcake, not frosted

50g cream cheese

200ml milk

1/2 tsp vanilla extract

2 scoop vanilla ice cream, divided

2 large strawberries, roughly chopped

1 tbsp liquid red food colour (optional)

Red Velvet Crumbs, for garnish

Sprinkles of your choice, for garnish

METHOD:

  1. Add the milk, one scoop of ice-cream, cupcake, cream cheese, strawberries and vanilla extract to a blender and mix on high until nice and smooth.
  2. If you want your drink to have that red tinge, add more colour. I skipped this part.
  3. Pour the red velvet Frappe in a glass, and add a dollop of ice-cream on top.
  4. Garnish with some red velvet crumbs and sprinkles of your choice.
  5. Enjoy!

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Do give this a try and let me know how it turns out. If you send me a pic of your creation; I shall include it in the Reader’s testimonial Album on my facebook page.

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Love & Hugs,

Trupti

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