12 Items from Starbucks Secret Menu

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1. Cinnamon Roll Frappuccino
Cinnamon lovers everywhere should get down to Starbucks and order this magnificent cinnamon roll frappe. With the two simple steps of a vanilla bean creme frappuccino and a couple pumps of cinnamon dolce syrup, you’ll witness the making of a great drink. The cinnamon roll frappuccino will be your morning go-to!

2. Red Velvet Frappuccino
Red velvet anything is guaranteed to satisfy your tastebuds, so this recipe is a must-try! Order a half regular half white mocha frappuccino and 2 pumps of raspberry syrup for a grande. Blend it all up and top it off with whipped cream. You’ll fall in love the second that red velvety goodness touches your tongue!

3. Raspberry Caramel Macchiato
Looking to change up your everyday macchiato order? Make it fruity with a raspberry caramel macchiato! All you’ll need to ask for is raspberry syrup mixed with ice, milk, espresso and caramel! Stir a few times for the tangy goodness to settle in! Enjoy!

4. Butterbeer Frappuccino
Harry Potter’s famous butterbeer has come along way from the wizarding world to your local Starbucks! Start with a creme frappe base and whole milk. 3 pumps of toffee nut and 3 pumps of caramel syrup get mixed in, and finally finished off with caramel drizzle. A drink for muggles and wizards!

5. The Nutella Frappuccino
If you’re the type to put nutella on everything, from a sandwich to celery stalks, you just have to try it in your frappuccino. Order a regular coffee frappe with 1 pump of hazelnut, and 2 pumps of mocha with the whipped cream mixed in. One sip and you’re in nutella heaven.

6. Oreo Frappuccino
A double chocolate chip frappuccino with white mocha syrup instead of the regular mocha. America’s favorite packaged cookie can be channeled in your daily starbucks order! Ask for a double chocolate chip frappuccino, but rather than regular mocha, request the white mocha syrup. You won’t regret trying this one!

7. Caramel Delight Frappuccino
Spice up your vanilla bean frappuccino by creating a caramel delight! 3 pumps of coconut, 3 pumps of bar mocha, mixed with cookie crumble and toasted coconut toppings are needed to make the caramelly taste. Finish it off with whipped cream and you’ve got your new favorite frappuccino!

8. Gingerbread Chai Latte
Getting bored of your usual chai tea latte? Give it some flavor with a pump of gingerbread syrup! Have your barista swirl some whipped cream and molasses drizzle to top it all off. Yum!

9. S’mores Hot Chocolate
Come wintertime, hot chocolate on the daily can get boring. Try something new by ordering it s’mores flavored! Order a normal hot chocolate, and ask for 3 pumps of chestnut praline syrup. Top it off with whipped cream and a delicious mocha drizzle. This secret will get you through the winter!

10. Thin Mint Frappuccino
Craving those delicious thin mint Girl Scout cookies that you can’t find anywhere? As long as a Starbucks is within driving distance you can satiate your craving! Simply order a Tazo green tea creme frappuccino then add chocolate syrup and java chips. Thin mint delicacy at your fingertips!

11. Tropical Elixir
Whether it’s summer, winter, fall, or spring, everyone could use a tropical getaway. If a trip to aruba is not a likely option, Starbucks’ secret tropical elixir will take you there in a sip! All it takes is 2 pumps of raspberry syrup, orange mango, strawberry, and very berry juice mixed together to the first line on the cup. Next, fill the rest of the cup’s volume with lemonade and ice. Stir it around, and boom! Instant paradise.

12. Cake Batter Frappuccino
Cake is hands down one of the best dessert foods the world has to offer. The only catch is cake-eating often requires an occasion. If you’ve got no upcoming birthday bashes or weddings, make your way down to starbucks to fulfill your cakey needs. Order a vanilla bean creme frappuccino, and add vanilla and almond syrup. Voila! Cake in a cup!