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Easy Chocolate Breakfast "Frap" Are you a busy mom who just needs to get yourself and your family out the door in the morning? Sometimes moms don’t have time to get breakfast on the table. This is were Quaker Breakfast Shakes come in.

Quaker Breakfast Shakes
are available in chocolate, strawberry, and vanilla. They contain 10g of protein, 8g of whole grains, 6g of fiber, and only have 200 calories each- perfect for mom AND kids. The shakes taste a lot like a thicker flavored milk and would be perfect on the go.

If you have a bit of extra time you might want to make an Easy Chocolate Breakfast “Frap” with your Quaker Breakfast Shake. It’s a cool treat you can still take on the run if like and you won’t have to stop at your local coffee shop for a morning drink. SCORE!! If you like you can drink it as a chocolate frap or add in a little espresso powder to take care of breakfast and coffee all at the same time!

Even better, you can grab a $2 off coupon for your favorite flavor of Quaker Breakfast Shakes.  Breakfast in a flash and you save some money, what’s better than that?

 

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Easy Chocolate Breakfast "Frap"

Easy Chocolate Breakfast "Frap"

5 minPrep Time

5 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 1 bottle of Chocolate Quaker Breakfast Shakes
  • Optional: 1 tsp espresso powder

Instructions

  1. Pour 1/2 of 1 bottle of Chocolate Quaker Breakfast Shake into ice cube trays and freeze until solid (you can do this the night before).
  2. Refrigerate the unused portion
  3. Combine the Chocolate Quaker Breakfast Shake ice cubes with the remaining liquid shake and optional espresso powder in your blender.
  4. Blend on high until combined
  5. Drink immediately
Recipe Type: breakfast
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Comments

  1. Lisa says

    Busy mornings on the go…. Usually I end up running out the door without breakfast and forget to take a snack with me, so I either grab a quick bite to eat at the Drive-thru or wait until I get home around mid-afternoon. :-/

  2. Margaret Smith says

    Usually by making a really quick breakfast like cereal for my kids and I’ll grab a cup of coffee and something to eat in the car.

  3. KAREN DEGRAAF says

    WE ARE BUSY ALL THE TIME BUT MY KIDS EAT AT SCHOOL, BUT ALSO MAKES A GREAT SNACK AND FOR THE WEEKENDS

  4. Cindy Merrill says

    I’m up around 2 am daily, so breakfast on the go has to be quick and easy, usually a diet shake with a banana .

  5. Natalie says

    I lay out my clothes for the next day the night prior and make my lunch also. I pack a breakfast for on the go such as yogurt.

  6. Taylor Schell says

    yogurt and/or a granola bar and/or a piece or two of fruit is my go to quick bfast:) it’s just me that I have to feed as of now- and the nursling, but that’s never really on the go!

  7. says

    I know I know, “they” say to not skip breakfast, but I’m NOT hungry AT ALL when I get up. I just do not want anything for hours. So I just bring some fruit and yogurt with me when I go, so I can eat it when I do get hungry.

  8. Janice Cooper says

    I prepare the night before by getting clothes ready and lunch for the next day. I even boil eggs for breakfast. Easy to grab and eat when on the go.

  9. Tracy Robertson says

    I keep quick and healthy breakfast foods available at home at all times. Bananas, granola, juices and things like that.

  10. Suzanne K says

    I try to get as much ready the night before as possible, including a quick and healthy breakfast with lots of fruit

  11. Fiona N says

    I make quick breakfast or bring some healthy snacks, and eat them while driving to work and school!
    Thank You

  12. Linda Bradshaw says

    I actually do not have any busy mornings on the go. I am at home all day and night. My days are just standard days that are boring.

  13. Lisa Brown says

    I get everyone up when they need to be and out the door on time; i try to get us to sit and eat breakfast together.

  14. Donna Collins says

    I try to get as much done and ready the night before that way we are not rushing around forgetting things

  15. Laurie Emerson says

    I manage busy morning by getting up a lot earlier than anyone else in the house to get things started for the day

  16. Karrie Millheim says

    Once I get some caffeine in me, I get a little more focused and the mornings are easier. and these shakes would help alot

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