Ways to save: How to make your own frappuccino
As finals loom over the horizon, homemade frappuccinos provide a boost of productivity and a cool drink for humid, sunny May days spent studying by the pool.
This recipe has a shadow of the calories of a frappuccino from a coffee shop and is easier on the budget. It also allows ample room for experimentation — modify the recipe to make your favorite flavor such as mint chocolate or salted caramel.
1/2 cup espresso
1 cup milk — almond milk or skim milk work
Sugar to taste
1/2-1 cup ice cubes
Top with whipped cream and a drizzle of chocolate syrup and bon appetit!