Drinks Recipes

Dairy-Free Coffee Coconut Frappe

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Summer came early on the West Coast this year. We’ve had warmer than usual weather lately, and when it’s this hot and sticky, I just don’t feel like drinking hot coffee. But you and I both know that the likelihood of a mom getting a full night’s sleep is about as likely as her kids picking up all their toys without being nagged. So I still need my caffeine fix, but I get it with a frosty frappe instead.

This Coffee Coconut Frappe is dairy-free, low sugar, and paleo-friendly. The perfect frosty pick-me-up for summer!

Sure, store bought frozen coffee drinks are delicious, but that’s because they’re chock full of sugar and other additives I can’t pronounce. Not to mention they’re expensive – that cost adds up over the summer! Making my own at home means I can enjoy my frosty caffeine fix without the guilt.

Making your own is a lot easier than you might think, as long as you have a jar of Folgers instant coffee on hand. Instant coffee is ideal for making fancy drinks like this – no brewing or special machines required. The delicious recipe I’m sharing with you today uses only four ingredients: instant coffee, coconut milk, honey, and vanilla extract. Add a blender and some ice cubes and there you have it.

This Coffee Coconut Frappe uses only 4 ingredients in your blender: coconut milk, instant coffee, honey, and vanilla extract.

I love how versatile instant coffee is. Besides making coffee, I use it to add flavour to pudding, ice cream, cheesecake, anything really. And of course for fancy drinks like this.

This Coffee Coconut Frappe uses only 4 ingredients in your blender: coconut milk, instant coffee, honey, and vanilla extract.

This is my favourite summer paleo-friendly coffee drink. Not only is it low in sugar, but it’s dairy-free so hubby can enjoy it too. Of course, I don’t have dairy allergies, so there’s nothing to stop me from adding a generous dollop of whipped cream on top! And then some grated dark chocolate for a hint of mocha. Yum!

This Coffee Coconut Frappe is low in sugar and paleo-friendly (leave off the whipped cream for a dairy-free treat). The perfect frosty pick-me-up for summer!

Looking for more delicious ideas? Visit their site to see an entire section of Folgers recipes made with instant coffee. Check them out and let me know which you’d like to make at home!

Dairy-Free Coffee Coconut Frappe

Servings 2

Ingredients
  

  • 1 1/2 cups full-fat coconut milk
  • 2 tablespoons raw honey
  • 1 teaspoon Folgers instant coffee crystals
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 4 ice cubes
  • Optional: whipped cream and/or dark chocolate shavings for garnish

Instructions
 

  • Add all ingredients except for ice cubes to a blender and blend well. Gradually add ice cubes and continue to blend until smooth and frothy.

Notes

Optionally, add whipped cream and/or grate some dark chocolate on top before serving.
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22 Comments

  • This sounds like a great drink, a nice treat on a hot day, and I love how easy it is to make, imagine all the money saved making these at home, thanks for sharing!!

  • This sounds delightful, though I don’t need dairy free myself and it looks delicious. I might well have a go at making this with the next heat-wave that comes along. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • wowie ! not going to lie this might be something I have on a daily! looks absolutely delish and the fact that it involves coffee as well…makes it that much better

  • I love that this recipe uses honey as a natural sweetener. The coconut milk must add a nice flavour.

  • Wow .. This sounds really very yummy… I’m a huge coffee lover and the coconut milk sounds great too…. ๐Ÿ™‚ Going to try this really soon….

  • This sounds like the perfect summer drink to serve to my friends when they visit! Thanks for the recipe!

  • This sounds very yummy! I bet that the combination of coconut milk, coffee and honey is wonderful.

  • This sounds so much easier than the cold brew coffee that I’ve been experimenting with. I’ll have to try it.

  • This sounds amazing! I’ve been having to avoid dairy as much as possible because I’m breastfeeding and my daughter seems to have a sensitivity to all things dairy.

  • I love this recipe. Cold coffee drinks are my favorite go-to drink in the morning; no matter the weather. Yummy! Thanks; already pinned.

  • We are expecting our first high wind and snow of the season today/tomorrow and i will be treating myself to this drink…oh yummy