When you crave something sweet and cold, this keto frappuccino will hit the spot! It's creamy and has the same rich vanilla flavor and texture as your favorite coffee shop frappuccino.
Why you'll love it
This is the only keto frappuccino recipe you need. Every sip is pure decadence. It feels like you are cheating while on the keto diet, but you aren't!
There is just one gram of net carbs in each cup, so you can actually enjoy a few of them if you want.
This icy treat is one of my favorite sugar-free keto drinks because I love ice cream and shakes so much. This isn't as heavy as a shake. It's light and tastes like rich vanilla.
When you taste this keto frappuccino, you'll agree that it is a perfect Starbucks copycat. I think it even tastes a little bit better than the kind you can get at your favorite coffee shops.
Keep reading, and I'll share some tips so you can make the perfect keto frappuccino.
You only need a few simple ingredients to make a keto frappuccino. Here is a bit more information about what you'll need.
Keto vanilla ice cream
Since this is a sugar-free recipe, you should make sure that whatever kind of ice cream you use is sugar-free.
You can use coconut milk, almond milk, or even whole milk ice cream. Just make sure it is vanilla and sugar-free.
Unsweetened almond milk
You'll thin down the frappuccino with some unsweetened almond milk - the plain variety is best. If you use vanilla almond milk, remember to use less vanilla syrup so that it doesn't taste overpoweringly like vanilla.
Heavy whipping cream
This makes the frappe really thick and delicious. You only need a small amount since you are using so much ice cream.
Sugar-free vanilla syrup
This is what flavors the frappuccino and makes it taste just like Starbucks. Adjust the amount of syrup you use based on how strong and rich you want it to taste.
You will also need some ice cubes to replicate the texture of the Starbucks frappe.
Please note: Check out the recipe card at the bottom for a full list of ingredients used to make this low-carb recipe.
- Use a high-powered blender. Some weaker models won't be able to blend the ice as well.
- Serve immediately. It won't taste as delicious after the ice starts to melt and the keto frappuccino separates.
- Serve with a large straw. If you make the frappe really thick, it might be tough to drink with a regular straw.
Making a keto frappuccino could not be easier! It only involves a few simple steps.
Blend all ingredients
First, put all the keto frappe ingredients into a blender or food processor and process or blend until it is smooth.
Serve keto frappuccino
Pour the mixture into two glasses. Then, top with your favorite sugar-free whipped cream.
️ Serving suggestions
When you make this keto frappuccino, you might be in the mood for a light dessert. If you are, make a batch of almond flour cookies. They have a crispy texture and a slightly sweet taste.
You can even serve this frappuccino with a side of decaf coffee or some keto chocolate cookies. The rich chocolate flavor will be a fantastic contrast to the vanilla frappe.
Or, make keto black and white cookies and enjoy the best of both worlds!
This is a very basic keto frappuccino recipe, so there are a lot of different ways you can change it up.
If you want to make a chocolate keto frappuccino, add a few spoonfuls of cocoa powder and top with a sugar-free mocha drizzle.
Another option is to add iced coffee and make a keto coffee frappuccino. Or mix in a shot of espresso! It will be really strong, so you might want to add more vanilla syrup.
If you want this to be a dairy-free recipe, use coconut cream instead of heavy cream. If not, you could also use whole milk in the frappuccino base instead of almond milk.
Finally, drizzle sugar-free caramel syrup on top.
The options are pretty endless! If you make any changes to this recipe, please let me know in the comments.
Here are some questions people often ask about how to make a keto frappuccino. If you don't see your question in this list, please leave it in the comments.
Whipped cream is keto-friendly if you use sugar-free versions. You can even make your own out of heavy whipping cream.
Yes, there are sugar-free caramel sauces you can buy. Always read the ingredients and nutrition labels before using them in your keto drinks.
Whenever you make low-carb coffee drinks, use sugar-free creamers. You can even use a combination of heavy cream and your favorite sugar-free sweetener, like erythritol.
It can be difficult to find keto-friendly things at Starbucks when you are on a ketogenic diet. Do not order almond, coconut, or oat milk in your drink - they only use sweetened versions.
The best things you can order are unsweetened tea or sugar-free coffee with heavy cream or whole milk.
No, they are not the same thing. Vanilla extract is just vanilla flavoring. Vanilla syrup is sweetened. You can use vanilla extract with monk fruit sweetener as a homemade vanilla syrup.
If you enjoyed this keto frappuccino, here are some more keto Starbucks drinks you should make next. They are some of my favorite sugar-free drinks.
- Iced White Chocolate Mocha is full of rich flavors, and you can enjoy it when it is hot outside.
- Keto Pink Drink is a super sweet drink with only two grams net carbs per cup.
- Sugar-Free Peppermint Mocha Latte is a delicious hot drink to enjoy at Christmas or any time of year.
- Keto Starbucks Salted Caramel Mocha is another near-perfect copycat recipe that tastes like the original.
- Starbucks Caramel Apple Spice Drink doesn't have any coffee in it and is an essential fall drink.
Keto Frappuccino (Starbucks Vanilla Copycat)
- Add all of the ingredients except the whipped cream to a blender or food processor.
- Pulse until well combined and smooth.
- Pour the mixture evenly into two glasses.
- Top with sugar free whipped cream and serve.
Notes on Nutritional Information
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