I got to check out the brand new Blendtec Designer 725 blender recently and shared my recipe for Baby Lasagna. Last week I shared my recipe for a really delicious Vegan Creamy Broccoli soup made with The Blendtec Designer 725. This week I wanted to show off its ability to crush ice for frozen drinks with a recipe for Frozen Mocha.
The Designer 725 features patented blunt safety blades for safer user and cleaning but thanks to the 1725 watt, 3.4 peak horsepower motor it is able to quickly blend even ice.
Even… delicious ice cubes made from freshly brewed coffee. Sometimes I feel like I can never get enough coffee into my day and Frozen Mocha’s are a wonderful way to get an extra one in during the summer.
Thanks to my Blendtec blender I can whip up a homemade frozen mocha whenever I want in less time than it would take to hop over to my local coffee shop and with similar tasting results.
I just add any leftover coffee from the pot to an ice cube tray and then when I want a frozen coffee beverage I can use them rather than watering down hot coffee with ice cube trays made from water.
Homemade Frozen Mocha
¼ cup almond milk
2 T chocolate syrup
1 T Honey
1 tsp Vanilla Extract
One cup medium to strong coffee, frozen in an ice cube tray
Pour ingredients into the Wildside+ jar in order listed.
Press the Smoothie Preset and Go!
Top with whip cream and chocolate syrup!
- ¼ cup almond milk
- 2 T chocolate syrup
- 1 T Honey
- 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
- One cup medium to strong coffee, frozen in an ice cube tray
- Pour ingredients into the Wildside+ jar in order listed.
- Press the Smoothie Preset and Go!
- Top with whip cream and chocolate syrup!
Serving Size:1 grams
Amount Per Serving: Unsaturated Fat: 0g
Elizabeth Lampman is a coffee-fuelled Mom of 2 girls and lives in Hamilton, Ontario. She enjoys travelling, developing easy recipes, crafting, taking on diy projects, travelling and saving money!