When you fancy a sugary caffeine hit this summer try and make your homemade caramel frappuccino, it's easy to do, impresive to look at, not to mention delicous to drink. Originally a trademark of high street coffee giant Starbuck's, it's also something you can successfully make at home whether keeping it to the simple frappuccino or trying something sweeter like the caramel frappuccino.
Wondering how to make caramel frappuccino at home? First thing's first though, make sure you have a good quality blender or ice blender as this is going to be the equipment to perfect the frothy smoothness you're looking for.
All you need to make caramel frappuccino are 4 key ingredients for the base - ice cubes (essential), espresso coffee, cold milk and caramel sauce. For one for the topping, some good quality whipped cream and a further drizzle of caramel sauce.
Seven simple steps detailed below take you from start to finish to enjoy your very own homemade caramel frappuccino.
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