Copycat Starbucks S’mores Frappuccino

I don’t frequently splurge at coffee shops for a frappuccino. While I love them, they don’t do much for me except empty my wallet. I mean, they TASTE awesome and everything, but if I am going to indulge, I want to do it in a way that offers my body some benefit. Using Silk Soymilk in place of regular milk gives me some added protein in my morning- which keeps my body fueled. I am NOT always the best about breakfast- so having even a little protein boost mid-morning in a coffee drink gives me a pick-me-up that I need, in more ways than one. I don’t like eating a lot before I work out, it makes me feel quite nauseous, but usually after I do work out, I’m off and running errands- I don’t always have time to stop for a full meal before I’m taking on the day in full force. My compromise is to have a small, simple breakfast and have an earlier, heavier lunch… but there’s that hangry time in between that hits me mid-morning.

Silk Soymilk is a non-dairy milk option that gives 8 grams of heart-healthy protein per serving. It tastes delicious is cholesterol free and naturally low in fat. That’s kind of a no-brainer for me when I’m looking for a way to stave off hunger pangs mid morning but am also in the mood for an indulgent (but lighter) treat.
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Copycat Starbucks S’mores Frappucinno

Ingredients

1 C. ice
1/2 C. Vanilla Silk Soymilk
2-3 tbs. marshmallow fluff
1/2 C. cold coffee
1 tbs. cocoa powder
2 tbs. graham cracker crumbs
Whipped cream for topping

Directions

#1. Combine the ice, Vanilla Silk Soymilk, cold coffee, cocoa powder and 1 tablespoon of graham cracker crumbs in your food processor or blender.
#2. Pulse until blended.


#3. Pour into desired glass.
#4. Top with whipped cream and sprinkle graham cracker crumbs on top.
*Makes approximately 2 servings.

An indulgence? Yes, but with the protein you get in Silk Soymilk, you get some extra protein in your day, and you can fight off that mid-morning hangry feeling!

This conversation is sponsored by Silk. The opinions and text are all mine.



About the author: I’m a 30-something mom to three, brand ambassador. content creator, social media maven, blogger extraordinaire, earth lover, butcher, baker, candlestick maker (or something along those lines) – love word games, crafting, cake decorating or shooting pictures.

59 comments… add one
  • Looks delicious! I am always looking for a good frappuccino recipe. Thanks for sharing with us a the Home Matters #homematters linky party. We hope you join us again!

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  • YUMMO!!!! Delicious and can make at home! We are featuring this Starbucks cocktail this week at our MEMORIAL DAY addition of Munching Mondays!!! xo Nic

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  • Ooooh la la! Looks yummy. Pinning this one and, guess what? It was very popular at our Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop this week. You will be featured at our next party!! Congrats :)

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  • My kids love this frapp at Starbucks! Thanks for the recipe so I can make it at home now! I found your recipe at Inspire Me Monday.

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  • I could have one of these EVERY DAY! Thanks for this recipe – now I can stay home in my PJs and make it. Hehe. Pinning, and sharing.

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  • This not only looks seriously yummy, but also much healthier (and less costly)! Can’t wait to try making this! Would love for you to share at #OhMyHeartsieGirlWW!
    Have a fabulous week!
    Christine@CherishingaSweetLife

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  • Yummy! Thanks for sharing on Wake Up Wednesday Linky Hop!

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  • Man, I should not look at these coffee drinks. Every time I end up dropping what I’m doing to try it. Thanks for posting. Hello from Busy Monday.

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  • I think that looks even better than Starbuck’s! Thanks so much for taking the time to link up with us over at the #HomeMattersParty – we hope to see you again on Friday :) Feel free to bring a friend or two!

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  • This sounds like an amazing recipe! We love Starbucks Frappuccinos and will definitely have to try this out. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Brett, I your version of Starbuck’s S’more Frapp! I tried Starbucks only because everyone was raving about the drink and Igotta tell ya, I didn’t care for it. Too sweet and I really only tasted mocha. Could have been the way they made it but I won’t be having another one from there. I made yours and loved it! It was awesome!! Thanks for linking up on Wake Up Wednesday with us!

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    • I’m glad you liked it!!

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  • This sounds absolutely delicious! Thanks so much for sharing your yummy recipe on the Monday Funday Party! XO

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  • I love that you used Silk in this. We love Silk at our house so I will be trying out this recipe. Yum!

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  • Oh my gosh – this sounds divine! I’ve never tried one before…but I’m eager to try this recipe now! 😀

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  • Oh yum yum yum! I think I need to make this today. Okay, I know I need to make this today!

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  • This is going to be my new go to drink. LOVE coffee and marshmallows!

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  • I am a huge fan for Frappucino. I love this easy recipe and I will make sure to try it this weekend with the family

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  • Oh this looks awesome. I love iced coffee drinks. All the better to make them at home!

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  • Yummy! I’ve never thought you could actually make your own frappuccino. Now the coffee addict in me wants a cup.

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  • I agree with you about Starbucks only emptying my wallet! The drinks I like just seem to add calories, although they are pretty yummy! I love that the Silk Soymilk has so much protein!

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  • Now that looks good, I don’t drink Starbucks a lot but when I do it’s this. Geez!

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  • If it fights mid-morning hangry, I’m all in, lol. Hangry is definitely more annoying than hungry. 😉

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  • I’m not a fan of frappes ( way too many calories for me, lol ) coz I like you, I also think that if I’m going to dish out some moolah, I’d better be getting something good from it. And, if I can do something as good but healthier at home then I’m all for it. I’m definitely trying this one out at home.

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  • I just tried a smore frappuccino last weekend and loved it. I’ll have to try making my own!

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  • Now this is my kinda recipe!!! I’m all about copy cat anything. I will definitely have to give this a try!

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  • Oh this is delicious, I wish I liked coffee to drink it. I really love the glass you served it in.

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  • Yummy! That looks so good :)

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  • Thanks for sharing, I will definitely try your recipe. Sounds easy to make and it looks delicious!

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  • I haven’t even tried the Starbucks version yet but this one looks amazing!! I need to try it ASAP!

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  • I wouldn’t mind drinking one right now! That looks super yummy. I’d love showing off one of these when I get a visitor at home. 😉

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  • Oh boy! This looks so good. I’ve never had a frapp before so I can’t say if I like or dislike them but looking at this makes me want to try them. Looks so good, and who doesn’t love copy cat? So much cheaper!

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  • This sounds awesome. I enjoy trying new drinks like these.

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  • This looks so delicious. I am excited to get the ingredients so i can try it.

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  • Sounds very good! Though I haven’t actually tried the smores version, I tend to just stick with my normal mocha frap!! I will have to give this a shot anyway, even if just a small version. :)

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  • now I have an excuse to get some marshmallow fluff! Looks awesome!

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  • Mmmm, that looks incredible. Looks so refreshing and tasty. Thank you for sharing.

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  • I had one of these yesterday on the last day of the starbucks happy hour and the barista messed up our order so we got two extra ones as well to give to our friends! It was awesome. I love them! I’ll definitely be saving this recipe to try later.

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  • I could go for one of those right about now. Sipping on a S’mores frappucinno outside in the sun after dinner would be awesome!

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  • This recipe looks great. I’m not a fan of frappuccinos, but it is a great treat on a really hot day.

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  • Big fan of the smores frappuccino, I would love to make this myself! Thanks for this awesome copycat, I’ll try it out soon.

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  • I have spent a lot of dough on Starbucks Frappucinos that I love that you have a Copycat Starbucks S’mores Frappuccino version! Will definitely give it a try!

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  • I’ve been wanting to try the s’mores frapp, but I think I had rather have your version – seems a lot healthier and it looks delicious!

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  • I love the recipe, and I always love saving some money. Thanks for both!

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  • That sounds delicious. I love a good frappuccino, so I can’t wait to give this a try.

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  • Looks refreshing and yummy, I’ve never tried this. I’d love to try it thank you for sharing.

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  • That sounds awesome. I am definitely going to try this in the fall when I start drinking hot beverages again.

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