Classic Greek Frappé

1 glass
3 min

This Classic Greek Frappé recipe is super easy to make and uses just 3 simple ingredients, the main one being instant coffee. Also known as a "Nescafé frappé", it has been a popular summer drink in Greece for decades!

This seriously delicious Greek iced coffee will make you forget about that popular Starbucks frappuccino. Save big bucks by learning how to make classic Greek Frappe at home.

Transform yourself to a small Greek cafe with white houses in the background and blue skies and holding a cold frappe! It's a must-have coffee recipe for those hot summer days for any and all caffeine junkies.A Greek frappe or 'Nescafe frappe' is a foamy iced coffee drink made with a few simple ingredient!instant coffeesugarice

It is meant to be shaken vigorously to allow the foam to form. The foam is what it is all about! Then it is poured over lots of ice cubes, with the option of adding evaporated milk or cream.


The best part is that no brewing or coffee machine is required!

Recipe details

  • 1  glass
  • Prep time: 3 Minutes Cook time: 0 Minutes Total time: 3 min
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Ingredients


  • 2 tsp instant coffee (Nescafe)
  • 2-4 tsp white sugar
  • water
  • ice cubes
  • Milk, heavy cream, or evaporated milk (optional)

Instructions


Pour 2 tsp instant coffee granules, 2 tsp (or more) sugar, and 2 tbsp water into a small mason jar with a thigh-fitting lid or cocktail shaker. Close the lid tightly and shake vigorously for 1-2 minutes until very foamy.
Fill a tall glass halfway with ice cubes. Pour the froth into the glass and slowly top off with cold water. Leave room for heavy cream or milk, if using.

Tips

  • Make it with milk instead of water (except for the little bit in the beginning) and you'll have a frapógalo - frappe float.
  • Don't skimp on the shaking step. The stronger you shake, the more delicious the foam.
  • Take it to the next level and add a shot of Baylies, Kahlúa, or a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

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