The Easiest Homemade Frappuccino Ever!

I posted this super easy homemade frappuccino recipe on my blog when I first started blogging but this stuff is so good it deserved another post with a video!

My husband is a huge coffee lover and told me that he wouldn’t be mad if this homemade frappuccino was always in the refrigerator. It’s the best thing in the world when you come home from a crazy day and it’s waiting for ya.

The first thing I do when I get home on a hot, summer day is take off my shoes, fling my bra across the room, pour me a tall glass of frappuccino, grab a magazine and head for the couch! Ahhhhhh. Best. Feeling.Ever.

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This homemade frappuccino is the easier method I’ve come across in long time. It sure beats having to wait 8 hours for steeping like most homemade frappuccino recipes. It’s super creamy, sweet, and smooth. Trust me, you’ll never buy those bottles of overpriced frappucinno’s once you try this recipe. It’s even good hot.

You can certainly dress it up with chocolate and caramel syrup and top it with whipped cream and toffee bits, but I love it plain Jane.

Watch me make this easy  homemade frappuccino from start to finish!!


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4.9 from 20 reviews
The Easiest Homemade Frappuccino Ever!
  • 6 cups cold water
  • ¾ cup coffee ( I used chocolate mocha flavor)
  • 14 oz sweetened condensed milk
  1. Brew coffee to full strength.
  2. In a blender add sweetened condensed milk and hot coffee.
  3. I make coffee ice cubes with the leftover coffee that won't fit into the blender.
  4. Blend until smooth and creamy. Be sure that all of the condensed milk on the bottom of the blender is mixed in.
  5. Refrigerate until cold.
  6. Serve over ice and enjoy.
~TIPS~ I LOVE using flavored coffee with this recipe. My favorite is chocolate mocha, vanilla, mocha, and caramel. This frappuccino is sweet so you may want to add the condensed milk a little at a time and taste after mixing. 14 oz (1 can) is the perfect balance for me, especially since I'm serving it over ice, which can water it down and the coffee cubes are super strong.



  1. Anthony Jones says

    I LOVE THIS RECIPE! I stay at an apt complex and they have free coffee via Keurig. I literally made 10 cups and I already had the sweetened condensed milk. We made the recipe and I really really liked it! But I needed more condensed milk because I have a major sweet tooth. I also added more ingredients I had in the house. I added vanilla extract, caramel extract, cocoa powder, cinnamon powder, and pumpkin pie spice. I blended that together and I almost DIED! SOOOO GOOD! I made homemade whipped cream and added white chocolate, chocolate, and caramel drizzle to it. It was divine! Did I mention I HATE coffee? But this made me a lover! After this, I bought the entire cookbook bundle! Keep up the amazing work Monique!

  2. kelly says

    Omg I was skeptical at first but it looked so good that I tried it. I love Frappuccino’s of all kinds but this by far was the easiest. I used classic roast Folgers and the condensed milk and water as the recipe but I added cocoa powder and it was amazing. thanks so much for sharing.

  3. Maritoni says

    I make this everyday now for my mom in the mornings since she usually goes to Starbucks before work but now she has a homemade version that I make for her which tastes so much better :)

  4. Sie says

    This is off the chain! I just finished drinking me a cup and i’m going for round 2. I love it and it is so easy. Its the best one I have ever tasted.

  5. Tamara says

    I made a pitcher of these two nights ago and it was delicious. I followed the recipe to the tee and then added a cup of International Delight’s Cold Stone Brownie Sundae Creamer to the finished product. It was amazing and extremely easy. I don’t think I will ever buy boxed iced coffee again. Thanks.

  6. Sherica says

    This is a great recipe!! I have been looking for a recipe because I heart frappes and iced coffee. I really need it in my life. Thanks!! (5 stars*****)

  7. Nic says

    I made this last night and I am really enjoying it! I used New England Coffee brand in the chocolate cappuccino flavor. Absolutely delicious over ice with the sweetened condensed milk. My only gripe was that it was a little too much on the sweet side (and I love sweetness) with the whole can of sweetened milk with the 6 cups of coffee. It’s a matter of personal preference but an easy fix by either adding less of the milk or just brewing more coffee than the recipe calls for. I will be making it again and switching up with fun flavors of coffee. Thanks!

  8. SaCorya says

    This was amazing! I used all of the coffee (6 cups) and made a little more for the cubes. I never knew that the condensed milk was so sweet so the extra cubes of coffee balanced the sweetness. Definitely a drink that i will be making all year around. Thanks again Monique *5 STARS*

  9. Rhiannon says

    We are saving every penny to pay off credit cards and move in a year. One sacrifice WOULD HAVE BEEN frappuccinos… Not anymore!

    We tried our first batch with Folger’s Caramel Drizzle and oh my god it is good! I can’t wait to try it with all the other flavors!

    Thank you!

    P.S. I found your recipe googling diy frappuccino and I am loving your site! I can’t wait to try your sister’s baked mac n cheese!

  10. says

    Wonderful! Love sweetened condensed milk, like thai iced coffee or thai iced tea, right? Mmmm. Delish. This is one thing I could care less the calorie count, so yummy.

    (PS re the previous comment. I have heard “you are a beast!” Many times as a compliment. Like, someone is the bomb, the coolest, they did something someone else cant imagine. Or, it could have been a typo. Just saying. )

  11. Coleman says

    My church members and I decided to try this recipe for church fundraiser in the mornings before service and it is the easiest and best tasting frappuccino we have ever made. we thought the condensed milk would be too sweet but it was perfect! thank you!!!

  12. Johnny says

    I really want to make this but I got confused with the video.
    Can you clarify how much water you added to the coffee maker? It looks like you put 2 cups but I’m not sure what size measuring cup you used and you never really say. Your recipe says 6 cups of water and 3/4 cups of coffee but it looks like you put much more coffee in than the milk. The pot looked like you had somewhere between 6-8 cups of coffee with what you made but again, no real clarification on how much. The 6 cups of water, I never seen put in unless the 6 cups was the about of water and the 3/4 was the ground coffee??

  13. LSTA says

    I’m not a coffee person but the picture had me curious enough to try it. I even lucked out and found the very brand of coffee you used in recipe (video)…delish! Really enjoy your videos… short, great detail, without excess yapping!

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