Chocolate, Protein, and Coffee Combine to Make the Frappuccino We Wish Starbucks Served

Who wouldn’t want to re-create the magic of their favorite coffee shop at home? It’s even better when you can cut fat and calories while keeping the original flavor intact, like in this 200-calorie recipe for a healthier version of the popular Starbucks classic, the Frappuccino. It even gets an extra special boost from chocolatey protein powder, making for one delicious pre- or post-workout treat.

Lightened-Up Frappuccino

From Free Spirit Food

Lightened-Up Frappuccino

Recipe For Healthy Homemade Frappuccino 2011-04-20 14:04:40


2 shots of espresso or 3/4 cup coffee1 cup almond milk (or the milk of your choice)1 scoop chocolate protein powder1 frozen bananaIce (depending how slushy you like it, anywhere from 1/4 cup to 1 cup)