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Up here in the Pacific Northwest we drink coffee beverages 24/7. There are coffee huts on every corner – if not 2-3 per parking lot. It’s just a culture thing here & I absolutely love it. But I usually don’t stop at the huts. I like to make my favorite beverages at home so I can have them any time of day, whenever I want a little something. In order to do this I like to stock up on great ingredients so I can make a great variety of flavors. My latest creation & new favorite flavor is this Reese’s Frappuccino w/ Reese’s Spreads.
You see – I was wandering through Walmart on our weekly shopping trip when I came across this Reese’s Spreads in the peanut butter isle. I mean – the perfect combination of chocolate & peanut butter in spreadable form is like heaven in a jar in my book.
I added all my ingredients to the blender – adding my 2 tbsp of Reese’s Spreads last. Blend & serve! There isn’t a whole lot that goes in to this drink- but it tastes so delicious, one would never know. With just 4 ingredients & blend – you are done in less than a minute or two. #AnySnackPerfect
This is the perfect peanut butter & chocolate frappuccino! I love to have one mid-day while here in the studio.
Now the whip cream & drizzle topping is optional – but when making it at home, I like to get the full coffee house experience.
- 2 cups chilled strong coffee
- 1/2 cup milk
- 2 tbsp Reese's Spreads
- 2 cups ice
- opt - whipped cream & drizzle for topping
- Place coffee, ice, milk & Reese's Spread in blender & blend until frothy
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Based on the iconic Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, new Reese’s Spreads will make snacking even more delicious by adding the unique, one-of-a-kind combination of chocolate and peanut butter flavors to any food, anytime, anywhere.
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