Salted Caramel Mocha Frappuccino

Servings: 4

    Imagine a frappuccino that’s better for both your wallet and your waistline! Not only is Abbey Sharp’s homemade frappuccino dairy and lactose free, but also each cup gives you 30% of your daily calcium!


    Vegan Whipped Cream

      1. Open the can, remove the solid coconut cream and transfer to a bowl. Whip with the vanilla until thick and light and set aside.

    Salted Caramel Mocha Frappuccino

      1. In a small pot over medium saucepan, mix the coconut sugar, water, and lemon juice and bring to a boil.
      2. Once bubbling, immediately add the coconut milk, sea salt, and vanilla. Simmer for about 15 minutes until the liquid becomes thick and dark. Be sure to stir occasionally and scrape the edges of the pot with a rubber spatula to avoid burning.
      3. Remove from heat once it’s thick and cool it down to room temperature.
      4. In a large blender mix together the almond milk, cocoa, coffee, ice and 6 teaspoons (or to taste) of the salted caramel. Pulse until the ice is a shaved consistency.
      5. Pour into four cups. Top with a tablespoon of the coconut cream. Drizzle with additional salted caramel and finish with a little sprinkle of fleur de sel.


Salted Caramel Mocha Frappuccino:

  1. 1/4 cup coconut sugar
  2. 1 TBSP. water
  3. 2 tsp. lemon juice
  4. 1/2 cup lite coconut milk
  5. 1/2 tsp. vanilla
  6. 1/4 tsp. sea salt
  7. 2 1/2 cups Unsweetened Vanilla Almond milk
  8. 2 tsp. cocoa powder
  9. 2 frozen ripe bananas
  10. 1 cup Cold pressed coffee
  11. 2 1/2 cups ice
  12. Fleur de sel, for garnish

Vegan Whipped Cream:

  1. 1 can coconut milk, frozen or refrigerated
  2. 1 tsp. vanilla

Abbey's Bio

Abbey Sharp is a Registered Dietician (RD), an avid food writer and blogger, a TV and radio personality, a food brand ambassador, a passionate home cook, a food event hostess, and the founder of Abbey’s Kitchen Inc. She has a BASc. in Nutrition and Food, Dieticians of Canada accreditation, and culinary training from George Brown College and private instructors. Abbey’s core philosophy is that a pleasurable relationship with food, your body and your self is the fundamental secret to good health.