Peppermint Mocha Frappuccino {Pinterest Test Kitchen}

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Welcome to June's Pinterest Test Kitchen! This recipe was voted on by all of you and if you would like the recipe then click here to view it from the original author "Beaming Baker".


What You'll Need:


The Preparation:


For full recipe instructions, click here.










The Final Product & Review

This is a simple recipe to follow but I did have a few tweaks that I needed to make due to the results I was having. When blending the bananas and milk together, I was unable to achieve the texture without adding another full cup of almondmilk. Now this could be because my blender isn't powerful enough,my bananas were giving a thicker texture, or a variety of other reasons. I would just say that be sure to have some extra milk on hand, in case you do need to add more. I also feel the peppermint extract should be lowered to 1/8 of a teaspoon as the flavor was a bit too overpowering. I topped mine with whipped cream and chocolate chips.


Overall, I enjoyed the flavor but did not find that it tasted like a peppermint mocha from Starbucks. It still gives that flavor profile but I feel it needs either more coffee or chocolate to really make it pop. I can definitely see the potential in this recipe and think it could be used as a base option to make other flavors. I am excited to try other combinations and see if I can make one of my favorites more calorie friendly. 


If you missed my last Pinterest Test Kitchen, click here to see me make "Cake Batter Cinnamon Rolls".


In the comments down below, let me know your favorite Starbucks drink.


As always any requests, questions, or comments are greatly appreciated. Talk to you soon!


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