10 Starbucks Secret Menu Frappuccinos You Need to Try
Honestly, there's just no escaping the queen of coffee chains. There's too much caffeine to consume, too many yummy drinks to explore—and that doesn't even touch on the secret menu.
If you need further reason to feed your Starbucks addiction, keep scrolling for 10 Starbucks secret menu Frappuccinos you need to try.
1. Crystal Ball Frappuccino
We're all about magical foods, and the Crystal Ball Frappuccino definitely captures that enchanting look that we crave. A gem drizzle and peach tea infusion are topped with magic green, purple or blue "gems" to create a yummy drink that we totally see in your future.
2. Polyjuice Potion Frappuccino
We can't even count the number of times we've dreamed of being transported into the world of Harry Potter, so the Polyjuice Potion Frappuccino is right up our alley. And the recipe is so simple—it's just a Strawberries and Créme frappe with a drizzle of white mocha sauce and matcha powder. Considering the polyjuice potion in the HP universe tastes pretty horrific (or so we've read), we'll gladly take this delicious substitute.
3. Peanut Butter Cup Frappuccino
Uhhhh, chocolate and peanut butter together in one delicious drink? Sign us up! This decadent frappe combines a Mocha Frappuccino with toffee nut syrup and a mocha drizzle to create a perfect mimic of our two favorite flavor combinations. It's totally indulgent and we're totally here for it.
4. Narwhal Frappuccino
The Narwhal Frappuccino is the perfect mythical treat, and it has the added bonus of being easy enough to concoct that your Starbucks barista won't hate it if you order it. The simplistic recipe combines blended strawberry lemonade and vanilla bean powder with a matcha green tea powder on top to create a sweet and sour drink perfect for the warm summer months.
5. Dragon Frappuccino
Originally created as a replacement for the limited time Unicorn Frappuccino, the Dragon Frappuccino is complicated to look at, but actually very simple in execution. It's simply a Green Tea Frappuccino with vanilla bean powder and a swirl of berry syrup. The ingredients are pretty common at all Starbucks locations, so you can basically order this yummy treat wherever you go.
6. Cookies & Cream Frappuccino
The Cookies & Cream Frappuccino, also known as the Oreo Frappuccino, is a Starbucks secret menu classic. The ice cream-inspired treat features a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino with java chips blended in to mimic the classic dessert. Top it off with mocha syrup or cookie crumbles and you're ready to enjoy a truly delicious drink.
7. Cotton Candy Frappuccino
Who doesn't love cotton candy? This yummy secret menu offering blends a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino with raspberry syrup. It's that simple. It's super easy to order and to make, and it totally provides that light and airy cotton candy flavor that will satisfy all your cravings.
8. Birthday Cake Frappuccino
This frappe doesn't have the same snazzy look as many of the other secret menu offerings, but what it lacks in appearance it totally makes up for in flavor. The added hazelnut syrup to the Vanilla Bean Frappuccino base will taste exactly like cake batter, providing a yummy treat perfect for wishing yourself a very merry un-birthday.
9. Butterbeer Frappuccino
Another ode to the world of Harry Potter, the Butterbeer Frappuccino is slightly more indulgent than the Polyjuice Potion frappe. The cup is lined with caramel drizzle to give your drink that signature golden color, then caramel syrup and toffee nut syrup are added into a Créme Frappuccino base. If you're a health nut, you definitely want to stay away from this one, but all caramel-lovers are guaranteed to make this drink their new go-to.
10. Cap'n Crunch Frappuccino
Another one of the more simplistic-looking drinks, the Cap'n Crunch Frappuccino is basically cereal in a cup. You simply add caramel syrup, toffee syrup, hazelnut syrup and java chips into a Strawberries and Créme Frappuccino and viola!, you have a delicious breakfast-inspired treat that you can enjoy on the go.
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