Skinny Salted Caramel Mocha
Are you an iced coffee lover like I am? I am addicted to that stuff. I make and drink it all year-long.
Every once in a while when I am out I will buy one. The prices are outrageous for a blended coffee-house iced coffee drink and for some reason even if I order the same Frappuccino 5 times in a row they never taste the same.
Well I stay home more than I go out so I like to create my own knock off or copycat recipe of those very expensive iced coffee-house drinks at home. This way I am saving some major money and I can get a consistent flavor every time.
The Vanilla and Mocha flavors are now available in a light version that has 1/3 less the calories.
So if you are keeping an eye on the calories and your pocket book you can still enjoy a great coffee house iced coffee at home.
International Delight Iced coffee and I have been friends for a while now. Last summer I enjoyed coming up with a couple of other rich and creamy iced coffee drinks at home.
The Mocha Caramel Macchiato Shooters I came up with last summer was a big hit with friends and family. I served them a number of times at get together’s. You could also skinny that recipe up by replacing the regular International Delight Mocha Iced Coffee with the new lighter versions.
To make this light or skinny version of a Salted Caramel Mocha Frappuccino with International Delight Light Iced Coffee you will need
- International Delight Light Mocha Iced Coffee
- International Delight Salted Caramel Coffee Creamer
- No Fat Reddi Whip
- a tiny bit of a caramel topping for garnish, optional
- a blender
You can find the entire recipe below the instructions in Ziplist form.
A trick I learned to keep my homemade iced coffee from being too watered down by adding ice cubes is to freeze a tray full of the International Delight Light Iced Coffee and use it instead of ice cubes made with water. Make a bunch in advance and keep them in your freezer. This way you still get that icy frappuccino with a rich and creamy flavor.
This recipe is so easy and if you keep a batch of the frozen iced coffee ice cubes in the freezer you can enjoy on anytime you like.
Measure the International Delight Light Mocha Iced Coffee into the blender, add 6 mocha ice cube, the creamer and blend in the blender.
This recipe will make a single 16 ounce serving or two 8 ounce servings.
Use the crushed ice settings on your blender and blend until the ice cubes are completely crushed.
Pour the Salted Caramel Mocha Frappuccino in a glass, top with no fat Reddi Whip and add a drizzle of caramel if you like.
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