Moka frappé fait maison

HUMMM!! Un bon café glacé fait maison - Fallait y penser! - Trucs et Bricolages

HUMMMM! Un bon café glacé fait maison! Avec les chaleurs qui s'en viennent, vous aurez l'occasion d'en faire souvent! C'est facile et ça demande peu d'ingrédients! VOUS AUREZ BESOIN: Donne 4 portions 4 c. à soupe de lait concentré sucré 20 glaçons (

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Breakfast Kabobs + Mocha Frappes, It Must Be Brunch

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DIY Non Dairy Flavored Coffee Creamers

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Starbucks Homemade Caramel Frappiccino // Made these with @morgan1205 and we didn't have any caramel syrup, so we tired melting it, and long story short, we burned the caramel. So we used chocolate syrup instead! Hence, Mocha Frappes. They were REALLY good, a little bit too sweet... But they were SUPER DE DUPER good and tasted like the real thing!

Starbucks Homemade Caramel Frappiccino // Made these with @morgan1205 and we didn't have any caramel syrup, so we tired melting it, and long story short, we burned the caramel. So we used chocolate syrup instead! Hence, Mocha Frappes. They were REALLY good, a little bit too sweet... But they were SUPER DE DUPER good and tasted like the real thing!

While Dorothy Dandridge was equal if not superior to many of her white female movie star counterparts, her career in Hollywood was spotty due largely to the fact that roles for Black actors were few and far between. A victim of the racism and sexism of her time, Dorothy Dandridge was never able to achieve her potential as a box office screen siren.” - writer Cynthia C. Scott

While Dorothy Dandridge was equal if not superior to many of her white female movie star counterparts, her career in Hollywood was spotty due largely to the fact that roles for Black actors were few and far between. A victim of the racism and sexism of her time, Dorothy Dandridge was never able to achieve her potential as a box office screen siren.” - writer Cynthia C. Scott

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