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Low Carb Irish Cream Coffee Frappé

This low carb Irish Cream Coffee Frappé is a flavorful substitute for the sugar laden ones at the coffee shop!

This Low Carb Irish Cream Coffee Frappé is a tasty and caffeinated treat, flavored with Torani Sugar Free Irish Cream syrup and delicious coffee!

I made a special treat today. If you’ve read my last couple of posts, I mentioned my love of coffee. It really is my favorite thing. I have avoided blended coffee drinks for quite some time now due to the shear amount of sugar in them. I kind of miss the frozen treats. Not a problem when you can just make your own!

This low carb Irish Cream Coffee Frappé is a flavorful substitute for the sugar laden ones at the coffee shop!

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Irish Cream flavor makes me think of holidays. I think of Christmas, because I love sipping on a glass of the thick liqueur on ice during the But winter and I think of St. Patrick’s Day because it’s Irish. So since St. Paddy’s day is coming up, I figured a low carb Irish Cream Frappé is in order. Torani was generous enough to send me this bottle of their Torani Sugar Free Irish Cream syrup to use in this yummy drink!

You’ll need to make sure your coffee is brewed extra strong and is cooled, so the ice doesn’t melt. I just brew it in my Keurig and stick it in the fridge until it’s time to make it. Or you can use undiluted cold brew (just watch how much you add though!)

Feel like trying another frosty shake? Try this Low Carb Raspberry Cream Protein Shake to cool off your sweet tooth!

This low carb Irish Cream Coffee Frappé is a flavorful substitute for the sugar laden ones at the coffee shop!

The Torani Sugar Free Irish Cream is sweet, but I like to add a little extra sweetness to the frappé. I used Swerve, which worked well, but you can also use liquid Stevia… Whatever you prefer. The whipped cream on top is Irish Cream flavored as well!

This low carb Irish Cream Coffee Frappé is a flavorful substitute for the sugar laden ones at the coffee shop!

Low Carb Irish Cream Coffee Frappé

Yield: 2 drinks

Ingredients

  • For Frappé
  • 2 cups ice
  • 1 cup coffee, brewed strong and cooled
  • 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
  • 3 tablespoons Torani Sugar Free Irish Cream Syrup
  • 1 teaspoon Swerve
  • For Irish Whipped Cream
  • 1/2 cup Heavy Whipping Cream
  • 1 tablespoon Torani Sugar Free Irish Cream Syrup
  • 1/2 teaspoon Swerve

Instructions

Blend the ice, coffee, heavy whipping cream, Torani Sugar Free Irish Cream Syrup and Swerve in a blender.

For the Irish Whipped Cream, use a mixer to and mix the heavy whipping cream and Swerve until the whipping cream begins to set. Add in Torani Sugar Free Irish Cream Syrup and finish whipping. Serve on top of frappé.

Notes

Nutrition count is only for the frappé and does not reflect the Irish Whipped Cream topping.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 2 Serving Size: 1.5 cups
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 206Total Fat: 22gSaturated Fat: 13.7gUnsaturated Fat: 7.2gCholesterol: 81.5mgSodium: 28.9mgCarbohydrates: 1.7gSugar: 1.7gProtein: 1.4g

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Of course you aren’t limited to Irish Cream flavor! What would your favorite frappé flavor be?

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This low carb Irish Cream Coffee Frappé is a flavorful substitute for the sugar laden ones at the coffee shop!

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