You just need 4 ingredients to make this refreshing vegan caramel frappuccino and is ready in less than 5 minutes. It's so good!
Alberto and I don't drink coffee very often, we don't need it and as it's a controversial food (some studies say it's a super healthy food, but others affirm it's not good for our bodies), we avoid it on a daily basis.
As I'm not used to caffeine, I prefer to drink coffee in small amounts and make recipes like this vegan caramel frappuccino, which is made with just 2 tablespoons for one or two servings.
This beverage is usually made with caramel sauce, but I prefer to use Medjool dates instead. They're a simpler and healthier alternative.
If you like this vegan caramel frappuccino, check out these drink recipes: fruit infused water, glowing skin smoothie, vegan Baileys, vegan vanilla shake and banana coconut smoothie.
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Vegan Caramel Frappuccino
- 1 cup ice cubes
- 4 Medjool or 8 Deglet Nour dates
- 2 tablespoon cold brewed coffee
- ¾ cup plant milk of your choice, we used unsweetened soy milk
- Place all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
- Add your favorite toppings (we used vegan whipped cream and caramel syrup, but it's up to you).
- Store the frappuccino in a sealed container in the fridge for about 2 to 3 days.
- Feel free to use caramel sauce, or any other sweetener instead of the dates.
- We used store-bought plant-based whipped cream and caramel sauce, but you can also use coconut whipped cream and date syrup for a healthier version of this recipe.
Well done!! We LOVE this recipe!! I blend the dates and milk first to make it very smooth and creamy, and then add the coffee and ice. I just recently made it with Teccino Java chicory herbal coffee and it was delicious!! Our whole family loves this sweet, healthy treat!
Iosune Robles says
Thanks for your kind comment! So glad you liked it 🙂
I love your drink,what are the alternatives to the use of Nour dates or medjool.they are not locally available.
Hi Dannie! You could try the recipe using maple syrup 🙂
Megan Davis says
This looks soooo good! I want this for breakfast and I can't wait to try this. Thank you.
Hi Megan! Thanks a lot 😀 Hope you like it!