Gingerbread Frappe

Hello Everyone,

Yah, yah I’m early with today’s recipe, but I just wanted to share it with you!  I know I’m rushing things, but I’m really not!!  I just love Christmasy type foods and the weather was cool, but not cold so I thought this would be a great time to share with you my Gingerbread Frappe.

This drink is wonderful, refreshing and a tad bit spicy, yet it tastes like gingerbread cookies!  The ingredient that made it give it, its taste is the molasses in it.  I didn’t use a lot but I found a teaspoon of it made the drink!!   Yummy!!

Honestly, I’m not a huge Gingerbread person, yet I do love this drink!  The added whip cream on top gave it a sweet dessert like taste that I felt complimented the spice!  Oh and I included the whip cream in my calories!  😉  The calories for this drink is only 69!  Not to shabby!!  The recipe should make about 2 cups, yet I used xanthan gum in it and because it’s a thickener, it made it more like 5 cups!!  I thought the top of my blender was going to explode because the drink got bigger and bigger!  But with xanthan gum it makes it enough to share and to cut the calories in half.  But between you and me, I don’t think you will want to share this drink.

Gingerbread Frappe
Nutrition Information
  • Serves: Approx. 2 cups
  • Serving size: Whole recipe
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    A creamy, spicy frozen drink that tastes like Gingerbread Cookies.
    • 1½ cups coffee, partially frozen
    • ½ cup non-fat milk
    • ½ tsp. nutmeg
    • ½ tsp. cinnamon
    • ¼ tsp. ginger, ground
    • 1 dash cloves ground
    • ¼. tsp. vanilla extract
    • 1 tsp. molasses
    • ½ tsp. stevia or sugar to taste
    • ⅛ tsp. xanthan gum (optional)
    • 2 tbsp. whip cream, fat free
    1. In a blender add all ingredients, except for whip cream. Mix until smooth.
    2. Pour into a cup and top with whip cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon
    Calories for the whole thing: 69.4, Fat: .02, Cholesterol: 2.5, Sodium: 67, Potassium: 375, Carbs: 12, Fiber: .06, Sugar: 7.2, Protein: 4.2

    Sorry I rushed the holiday season, but with cooler weather in the air, Christmas trees up already at the stores, I figured why not!!!  It’s never to early to drink your cookies!!  Don’t worry I’ll be back tomorrow with a new fall recipe!!

    Have a great day!




    1. Looks sooo yummy! Will definitely have to try this 🙂

    2. Ahhh looks yummu! 🙂 I love their frappes! 😀

    3. Oops so many speeling errors lol i meant Looks yummy! I love your frappes lol 😀

    4. Wow, looks great! Gingerbread cookies are my favorite holiday cookie 🙂 I can’t wait til Christmas now!! Yes I will be there this weekend, hope to finally meet you! Have a blast!!

    5. Mmmmmm.. wonderful frappe as per usual 🙂

    6. Ummmm YUMMMM!

    7. I love gingerbread anything! I mean, molasses and gingerbread cookies are like the reason why December is the best month of the year 🙂 I love this frappe!

    8. I could go for one of these instantly…………please!!

    9. Taste like cookies?! Count me in 🙂 Definitely a must try!

    10. I can’t wait to make this one!!! I love your mocha frappe so I’m sure this will be just as delicious! Thanks so much for sharing 🙂

    11. LOVE gingerbread! How would you make this into a latte?


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