Best Blender for Making Frappuccino Drinks

best blender for making frappuccino drinks

Looking for the best blender for making frappuccino drinks?

You're in the right place.

We've been blending for over 7+ years and we have to admit. We've made several frappuccino style drinks in the process.

Here are our favorite blenders for getting the job done...

  • Nutribullet 600  – An extremely affordable option for blending up a frappuccino without any frills.
  • Ninja Mega Kitchen System  – This one has a variety of different cup sizes in case you want to make frappuccinos for two or more people!
  • Vitamix Explorian E310  – This is the best of the best for frappuccinos.

Why Are These Good for Frappuccinos?

The fact is that you don't really need much for blending up a frappuccino. You just need something that's capable of crushing a small amount of ice. All you really need is...

  • Milk (We prefer coconut milk)
  • Chilled coffee
  • Syrup
  • Crushed Ice

Because there's usually plenty of liquid, you don't have to worry about getting something super heavy-duty. It's not like you're blending up nut butter or anything like that.

So these blenders are good because...

  • They have more than enough power to crush ice, as long as there is enough liquid in there.

  • Some of them have to-go cups if you want to take it on your frapp on your morning commute.

  • They're from reliable brands. We've owned several Ninjas, Vitamix models, and Nutribullets throughout the years and were pleased with all of them.

Keep in mind, that if you want to make the thickest of the thick frapps, the Vitamix is always the best choice, but typically the most expensive. The more powerful the blender, the less liquid you can get away with adding.

In this video, you can see me making a healthy version of a Frappuccino in the Nutribullet Pro 900. Now, that's a bit more powerful than the 600 which is on this guide, but I put a lot into this frappuccino including frozen bananas.

As you can see, it was able to handle of it without any issue. 

If you can, this is how I'd recommend doing it. It comes out just as good with the healthier and less processed ingredients. 

In the video above, you can see a woman making a more traditional frapp with the pumps, syrups and with dairy milk.

But the main thing to notice is not the ingredients, but the fact that she did it in the Magic Bullet.

Why is that important? 

Well, the Magic Bullet is the previous model of the Nutribullet 600 which was on this list. It's LESS powerful and was still able to do a great job.

That said, you can go with that, but going with the Nutribullet 600 like we recommended will make it much more seamless.


NutriBullet NBR-1201 12-Piece High-Speed Blender/Mixer System, Gray (600 Watts)
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Ninja Mega Kitchen System (BL770) Blender/Food Processor with 1500W Auto-iQ Base, 72oz Pitcher, 64oz Processor Bowl, (2) 16oz Cup for Smoothies, Dough & More

 

  • Why We Picked It: ​It's got a genius design that can do it all. You can make large and small batches of frappuccinos or smoothies because it has so many different jar sizes. Just like the Nutribullet, you can also blend right in the to-go cups and take it on the road.

  • Who It's For: ​Great for anyone because of all the size options.

  • Pros: ​Can do much more than Frappuccinos. Also functions as Food Processor. Can do large batches. Also has to-go cups.

  • Cons: Bulky. May be overkill for the task.

Vitamix E310 Explorian Blender, Professional-Grade, 48 oz. Container, Black

 

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