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Greek-Style Frappé Recipe

This Greek-style frappé recipe will both cool and soothe in the hot summer months.
Course Drinks
Cuisine Greek
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 2
Calories 150kcal
Author Turkey's For Life


  • 6 tsp instant coffee
  • 4 tsp brown sugar
  • 450 mls milk
  • 18 ice cubes
  • cold water to cover


  • Add coffee and sugar to your jars.
  • Now add enough cold water to just cover the coffee and sugar.
  • Place the lids (tightly!) on the jars and shake vigorously for around 30 seconds. You will be able to feel the solution change in texture.
  • When you have a creamy, frothy consistency, remove the lids.
  • Add lots of ice cubes (we add one full tray - 18 cubes - between two frappés).
  • Now add water and milk (if using) to taste.


  • As with all of our recipes, the calorie content in our Greek frappé recipe is approximate. It depends on how you prefer to drink your frappé.
  • Instant coffee is used over filter because this helps to create the froth.
  • The sugar and the coffee together create the creamy froth so if you have a sugar-free frappé, you won't get a thick, creamy froth.
  • For reference, the jars we use for our frappé are 450 mls. We fill them around half way with milk and water and let the froth reach the top of the jar.