FULL FAT Keto Frappe

Full Fat Keto Frappe

So I am on the low carb craze same as everyone else! However I have been lacking one of my true loves! COFFEE! I couldn’t do the bulletproof that everyone raves about. I prefer sweet and creamy coffee! One day while experimenting I came up with this! Its perfect for breakfast and doesnt make you crash! This is a great way to get your fat in. The resultis a thick and creamy frappe like coffee! 

YIELD: a delicious cup of coffee

INGREDIENTS:

  • 2 tbspns (1 oz) of full fat cream cheese
  • 4 tbspns  (2 oz) of heavy whipping cream 
  • Stevia or sweetener of your choice! (2 packets of stevia was enough for me!)
  • 3 tbspns (1.5 oz) of unsweetened cocoa powder.
  • 1 cup of cold brew coffee.
  • OPTIONAL: you can cut carbs even more by adding 1 Tbspn of torani chocolate syrup. Add this instead of sweetner and cocoa powder.

Directions:

  1. Combine cream cheese, heavy whipping cream, and stevia in a  blender. (I use ninja!) Blend until fluffy! (About 2 mins.)
  2. Add cocoa powder and coffee. Blend another 15 seconds.
  3. Top with a sprinkle of cocoa powder! (Optional)
  4. ENJOY

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    37 thoughts on “FULL FAT Keto Frappe

    1. Wendie Buttars says:

      Where do you buy the torani chocolate syrup?

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    2. Kellee captain says:

      I doubled the recipe and only added 3 tablespoons unsweetened sugar. I had to add vanilla and more stevia. Holy cow I’m glad I didn’t add all the suggested unsweetened cocoa.

      Reply
    3. imready says:

      Good idea! When I’m craving something like this I blend a cookies and cream muscle milk with ice. Yum!
      -Ang

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    4. mdaisy602 says:

      This sounds so good. I am gonna have to pick up whipping cream next time I’m at the store so I can make this. Does the coffee need to be a cold brew or can it be regular coffee that has been cooled in the fridge overnight?

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      1. simplythursday says:

        I’ve found that cold brew works best, and its super easy to make!

        If you use warm coffee it makes it so creamy and tasty!

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        1. mdaisy602 says:

          I picked up everything I need last night and I am definitely trying this today(with cold coffee) I’m excited to see how it turns out.

      1. simplythursday says:

        It depends on the brands that you use! With my serving suggestion its about 2.8 carbs with mostly aldi brand. However I am a lazy keto and dont track other macros.

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    5. Katie says:

      Anyone tried this in a shaker cup with the whisk ball?

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      1. simplythursday says:

        Unless you cream the cream cheese and heavy cream the cream cheese will fleck into tiny pieces and float at the top of the coffee!

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      1. simplythursday says:

        Blend the creams first, then the ice! I would do this with super strong coffee because the ice will dilute the coffee.

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    6. Amanda says:

      Just made this with hazelnut syrup since I couldn’t find the chocolate and it’s pretty good! Definitely a cup to make again but will look for the chocolate again to try the difference. Thank you for this recipe!

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      1. simplythursday says:

        Oooh yummy! Torani has so many great flavors!

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    7. Stephanie says:

      This is so delicious!!! I added ice to make it like an ice capp which is my biggest weakness.

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      1. BrittanyFREAKINChavez says:

        It feels so good to eat yummy things that are good for you! <3

        Reply
    8. Spinegar92@gmail.com says:

      Has anyone thought about adding coconut oil to this fabulous morning coffee? I just wonder if that would be too much fat for one drink. LOL

      Reply
    9. Debbie says:

      What are the nutritional values? Fat grams, carb grams, etc per serving? Thanks Debbie

      Reply
      1. BrittanyFREAKINChavez says:

        It varies from brand to brand! Make sure you are using brands that have no added sweeteners or fillers.

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    10. Natasha says:

      I am not a coffee lover but this has quickly become my favorite!!

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    11. Patty owens says:

      I would love to try but what are the carbs fat protein and fiber?

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      1. BrittanyFREAKINChavez says:

        It varies from brand to brand.
        Make sure the brands you are using don’t have added sweeteners or sugars.

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    12. Maxine Gulihur says:

      This was soooooooo good!!! I did add a dash of cinnamon though…I live cinnamon and next time I’ll add just a tiny bit of vanilla

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    13. Annette Louise Alvidres Grable says:

      Hi–can this be made as a hot beverage? If so, does it change the volume on any ingredients? Thanks!

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      1. BrittanyFREAKINChavez says:

        Absolutely. I don’t change anything for hot! <3

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      1. BrittanyFREAKINChavez says:

        Yes. I use the Sugar-free Torani. There should be a link in the article! <3

        Reply

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