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August 27, 2015

Velvet Fairy Frappe

Flavour versatility
There is a distinct advantage when it comes to designing a creative beverage menu. The addition of Velvet Dairy Frappe from The Art of Blend range provides the perfect base for creating rich, creamy and creative Frappes. Developed with versatility and creativity in mind, The Art of Blend Velvet Dairy Frappe base is made from a classic blend of dairy ingredients and a subtle touch of vanilla. This balance of ingredients is perfect for producing creative flavoured frappes to be added to your beverage menu, including Green Tea, Peanut Butter-Chocolate and Coffee Cookies & Cream. While creative flavours tend to be taking over beverage menus, there is still a demand for more classic flavours such as chocolate, caramel and vanilla. Using the Velvet Dairy Frappe base any and all flavours can be added to your beverage menu and appeal to all customer palates.

Peanut Butter & Chocolate Frappe

Ingredients

1 cup ice

¾ cup water

80g Velvet Dairy Frappe

15ml Chocolate Sauce

1 tbsp. Peanut Butter

Directions

Fill cup with ice, add water up to ¾ of the cup and pour into blender. Add 2 scops (80g) of Velvet Dairy Frappe, chocolate sauce and peanut butter. Blend on high for 30 seconds* or until smooth and pour into serving glass. Decorate with whipped cream and toppings as desired

*Blender times may vary depending on blender type used.

For more information on this 100% Australian made beverage powder visit www.blendbeverages.com.au





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