Have you ever had a raspberry white mocha frappe? If you love raspberries and white chocolate (and really, who doesn't?), you'll like this drink.
Raspberry White Mocha Frappe
- 6 oz double-strength coffee (brew it with a ratio of 4 Tbsp coffee beans per 1 cup of coffee, chilled)
- 6 Tbsp white chocolate sauce (I use Torani or the easy recipe below)
- 4 Tbsp raspberry syrup
- 2/3 cup whole milk
- 2 cups ice
- Pour all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth.
- Serve immediately, topped with whipped cream and drizzled with extra raspberry sauce if desired.
This recipe is really simple. You just throw it all in a blender with the ice and blend until smooth.
I like to top my raspberry white mocha frappe with whipped cream and drizzle extra raspberry syrup on top. Nate was a little weirded out that his drink was pink, but whatever. It's adorable. It's festive. And it's delicious! All-around, I think this raspberry white mocha frappe was a real winner that'll be staying in the recipe book for years to come. It's easy to make a kid-friendly version by just subbing in a little milk instead of the coffee.
I couldn't find raspberry Torani syrup other than the sugar-free kind at the store the other day (which I can't have since I'm pregnant), so I made my own. Simply heat 2/3 cups of raspberries with 1/2 cup sugar and 1/4 cup water over medium-high for 7 minutes, then strain the raspberries out with a cheesecloth. I'd really like to try this with a more natural sugar alternative at some point, like coconut sugar or honey. Definitely adding that to the to-do list!
Homemade raspberry syrup
- 2/3 cup raspberries
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 1/4 cup water
- Combine the raspberries with the sugar and water and heat over medium-high for 7 minutes.
- Strain the raspberries out with a cheesecloth.
I think this would be a perfect thing to serve on Valentine's Day. For similar Valentine's Day recipe ideas, check out our homemade hot pockets, graham cracker strawberry parfaits and chocolate covered bacon hearts. You might also like our butter coffee, cold brew coffee and tips for making black coffee.
Now I'm wondering if we could make a similar version of this with strawberries. I don't think I've ever heard of any sort of strawberry coffee concoction. Raspberries and coffee complement each other really well, but strawberries? I may need to give that a go and see how it turns out. Blueberries, too. I have actually seen a blueberry cobbler coffee on Amazon once, and it had great reviews. I suppose I should add that to the list of things to try! Now I'm basically wondering about every sort of berry combination with coffee. Do you think cranberry coffee's a thing? How about boysenberry? I'm so tempted to make homemade versions of ALL of these. But first, I think we need some coffee cake or scones or a quick muffin to accompany our coffee.
Do you ever make fancy coffee frappes at home? What's your favorite recipe?