Skinny Chocolate Raspberry Frappe

Hi Everyone,

It’s been a while since I shared a coffee drink with you, but I felt it was time!  🙂  When I was in Vegas there was a little coffee shop in our hotel that we stopped at everyday for our morning coffee and some slot playing.  One of the drinks on the menu was a Chocolate Raspberry Frappuccino.  Hmmm, thought, I could so make that and when I got home I sure did!!  Meet my newest Skinny Coffee Drink!

I originally thought of using frozen raspberries in the drink, but I changed my mind because I didn’t want all the seeds, so I opted for raspberry extract by McCormick, that I picked up from my local grocery store.

I also used my basic recipe which is skim milk, unsweetened cocoa powder and partially frozen coffee.   Blend all together and wala the frappe is born.  But a frappe isn’t a frappe without the whip cream and chocolate drizzle which is included in the calculations.  Total calories for this drink is 62.6.  Oh and you get just over two cups worth!  I like that!!!

The best way I can describe this drink is kind of like a Wendy’s frosty with a hint of raspberry!  Oh yes please!  It’s chocolaty, smooth and delish.  This recipe makes enough for two servings, but it’s really to good to share!!  I only used 1/4 tsp. of raspberry extract, but you may want a pinch more depending on how strong your coffee is.  My coffee was kind of on the weak side so I didn’t want it to over baring on the raspberry!















Skinny Chocolate Raspberry Frappe
Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 2 Heaping Cups
  • Serving size: 2 Heaping Cups
    Prep time: 
    Total time: 
    A sweet, chocolaty, frozen blended coffee drink with a hint of raspberries.
    • 1½ cups coffee, frozen, partially thawed
    • ½ cup milk, non-fat
    • ¼ tsp. raspberry extract
    • 2 tsp. unsweetened cocoa powder
    • ½ tsp. Stevia
    • 2 Tbsp whip cream, fat free
    • ½ tsp. chocolate syrup
    1. Place coffee, milk, raspberry extract, cocoa powder and stevia in a blender. Process until smooth.
    2. Top with whip cream and a drizzle of chocolate syrup.
    3. Enjoy!
    Calories: 62.6, Fat: .09, Cholesterol: 2.5, Sodium: 63.9, Potassium: 203.3, Carbs: 8.6, Fiber: .07, Sugar: 7.3, Protein: 4.9

    I have another idea for a coffee drink that I can’t wait to share with you , but I need more ideas!  I have been asked to make butterscotch, which will be hard and chocolate.  So give me more suggestions!!

    I hope you like this weeks coffee edition.  For more recipes, check out my recipe page under drinks!  Have a great day!!



    P.S.  Plain is pretty too!



    1. I’m always blown away by your photography. Stunning as usual — and tasty, too, I bet!

    2. Oooo hello lovely frappe! Delicious!

    3. I’ve yet to meet a fruit/chocolate combination that I didn’t love! This sounds so delicious. I need to start making these for dessert. 🙂 Have you done a pumpkin pie spiced one?

    4. I’m making this today! Sounds like a perfect low cal treat!

    5. I didn’t even know there was a raspberry extract haha Awesome frappe yet again!

    6. Bring on the coffee drinks Janet, I adore this flavor combo!

    7. I think I’m gonna try this coffee out tomorrow 🙂

    8. I love your coffee drinks!

    9. I love your pictures! I think I am going to try this on the weekend! I have to go food shopping!

    10. where you get raspberry extract cant find here in my town email to [email protected] plzzz

    11. I need this drink every morning when I wake up and my kids are wired instantly. Love the addition of raspberry to this drink…yum!

    12. Oh my, I need to get out my blender now! I love chocolate/raspberry combo. Can’t wait to try this recipe. Thanks so much for sharing at Creative Thursday this week. Have a wonderful weekend.


    13. I need this frappe! The chocolate and creamy factor is just oozing off the page….yum!

    14. I love you drinks! Just wanted to let you know if you are thinking about a butter scotch drink try add 2 tbs of fat free sugar free butterscotch instant pudding mix and some almond extract 🙂


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