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Homemade Cappuccino Mix

Posted by
Mary Gail
(marygailv@earthlink.net) on
Wed, Nov 15, 00 at 9:18

My teenage granddaughter has taken a liking to McDonald's vanilla flavored cappuccino (which one of my daughter's says tastes so awful she threw it away when she tried one!). My granddaughter's birthday is coming up and I thought it would be fun to give her a jar of homemade cappuccino mix. Does anyone have a recipe for something like this?


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RE: Homemade Cappuccino Mix

Just click!

Here is a link that might be useful: Cappuccino Mix


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RE: Homemade Cappuccino Mix

I use the exact recipe that Marlen posted. It's wonderful! Matter of fact, I just today made the recipeX4, and filled 6 containers - ready for gift giving! (But I use 3 heaping teaspoons per cup.)


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RE: Homemade Cappuccino Mix

thanks Marlen. I can't wait to make this!


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RE: Homemade Cappuccino Mix

Hey girls, the cappuccino mix is really good. For a
change, use the french vanilla coffee creamer. I also
like mine over ice


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RE: Homemade Cappuccino Mix

umm... you know Cappuccino is simple to make at home the RIGHT way (without some stupid mix)!

1)just brew up a shot of espresso (or two) - I suppose regular coffe could be substituted for a weaker version

2)add some hot milk

3)add dolop of frothed milk

thats all there is too it!

btw, there shouldn't be any sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, or chocolate for an authentic cappuccino. - these can be added sparingly on top to taste.


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RE: Homemade Cappuccino Mix

you can check the receipe archive site they have several cappuccino mix receipes


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I'm new to this site and I don't know how to check the archives.


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RE: Homemade Cappuccino Mix

I have bought Cappuccino Mix (Folgers has one out, as well as the Int'l Coffee one), and was disappointed to taste chocolate in both of them.

Whoever "somebody" is that posted above, is right. There's not suppose to be chocolate in Cappuccino, just a sprinkling of cocoa on top.


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RE: Homemade Cappuccino Mix

I am looking for a recipe for McDonald's french vanilla Cappuccino. Does anyone have a recipe for something like this?


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RE: Homemade Cappuccino Mix

I'm trying to figure out how to make something like Starbucks Frappuccino at home in good-sized quantities for parties. Adding espresso to a glass of milk doesn't cut it; it's much too thick, and when I tried nonfat milk it tasted awful. Anybody? BTW, the link to the recipe everyone's raving about here doesn't work.


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Can you please post the Berkeley recipe as the link is broken?


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RE: Homemade Cappuccino Mix

I found this one, I haven't tried it.

Here is a link that might be useful: Best Cappuccino mix


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