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Well, we are off to Greece. I have been a little absent on Whipped because it turns out that “to do” lists when you travel abroad with a baby… are long!

I will be drinking plenty of these on the beaches of Corfu during the next 10 days. Wherever you are, treat yourself to one too! This is the tastiest, easiest coffee drink around.

Greek Frappe
2/3 cup water
1 Tablespoon nescafe
1 Tablespoon sugar
1/4 cup evaporated milk (or 1/3 cup regular milk)
ice

Put 3 ice cubes, 1/3 cup of the water, sugar and nescafe in a shaker or any closed container (even a tupperware will work). Shake well. The coffee will get frothy. Pour into a glass. Fill with a few more ice cubes. Put another 1/3 cup of water in the shaker and swish around to pick up all the rest of the foam and coffee. Add to glass. Pour in evaporated milk and a few more ice cubes if desired. Stir with a straw.

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3 Responses to “Greek Frappe”

  1. Tell Simmer: Caroline Lubbers from Whipped | Simmer Till Done Says:

    [...] Over at Whipped, Caroline’s notes what she likes (good movie popcorn, bread pudding) what she does not like (corporate life, maraschino cherries) and what she loves (a perfect peach, life).  These distinctions – like, not like, love – find their way into most Whipped-up posts.  Caroline’s straightforward recipes have a good dose of family, humor, place and time, and Whipped’s particular draw is the way it presents tasty things you’ll actually make.  As in, I’ve been thinking about making her Greek Frappe – but I’m afraid I won’t like it, I’ll love it. [...]

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