18 Starbucks “Menu Hacks” You Can Now Get In Lebanon

With Starbucks getting more and more popular, it would only a matter of time before the secret menu hacks would be revealed. These drinks are not publicised and you won’t find them on the menu when you walk into a Starbucks. It’s so secret that even some employees don’t know these drinks! If they don’t, we’ve included the recipe/ingredients. So be sure to save this and the next time you’re at Starbucks, show it to them. So we felt that it was our duty to reveal them so you can channel your inner white girl.

Starbucks Frappuccinos

#1 The Apple Pie Frappuccino

In this drink, you’ll find apple juice, caramel syrup and cinnamon blended with ice.

  • Fill to first line with cream base
  • Fill to second line with apple juice
  • Add cinnamon dolce syrup (1 pump for a tall, 1.5 for a grande, 2 for a venti)
  • Add caramel syrup (1 pump for a tall, 1.5 for a grande, 2 for a venti)

Top with whipped cream and caramel drizzle and add a ground up biscotti if you’d like some crunch!

#2 Banana Cream Pie Frappuccino

In this drink, you’ll find hazelnut and bananas mixed in a vanilla bean cream Frappuccino.

  • The base \is a vanilla bean crème Frappuccino
  • Order vanilla syrup:1 pump for a Grande and 1.5 pumps for a venti. Then, you want to order hazelnut syrup. Same amount of pumps as the Vanilla.
  • Ask for a whole banana topping (about $1 extra) and whipped cream.

#3 Twix / Caramel Cookie Bar Frappuccino twix-frappuccino1-466x350

  • Caramel Frappuccino
  • Add hazelnut syrup (1 pump for a tall, 1.5 pumps for grande, 2 pumps for venti)
  • Add java chips
  • Whip cream blended in
  • Coat the cup with caramel sauce
  • Top with mocha drizzle

#4 Cookie Dough Frappuccino

  • Cinnamon Dolce Creme Frappuccino
  • Add mocha syrup (1 pump tall, 2 pumps grande, 3 pumps venti)
  • Java chips blended in
  • Top with cookie crumble and chocolate whip

#5 Cotton Candy Frappuccino

  • Vanilla Bean Frappuccino
  • Add Raspberry Syrup (1 pump tall, 1.5 pumps grande, 2 pumps venti)

#6 Red Tuxedo or Red Velvet Frappuccino

Perfect if you’re craving a raspberry chocolate drink.

  • Half White Mocha/Half regular Mocha Frappuccino
  • Add raspberry syrup (1 pump tall, 2 grande, 3 venti)
  • Blend and top with whipped cream!

#7 S’mores Frappuccino

  • Java Chip Frappuccino (or double chocolate chip if preferred)
  • 1 pump of Cinnamon Dolce syrup
  • 1 pump of Toffee Nut syrup
  • Whipped cream blended in
  • Top with whipped cream and Cinnamon Dolce sprinkles

#8 Ferrero Rocher Frappuccino

The chocolate, the nuts, it’s all delicious and has been recreated into an equally delicious Frappuccino! No nuts mind you, but the hazelnut syrup is a wonderful substitute.

  • Double Chocolate Chip Frappuccino or Java Chip Frappuccino if preferred
  • Add Mocha Syrup (2 pumps for a tall, 3 for a grande, 3.5 for a venti)
  • Add Hazelnut Syrup ( 1 pump for a tall, 1.5 for a grande, 2 for a venti)
  • Add Hazelnut drizzle
  • Top with whipped cream

#9 Cake Batter Frappuccino/Birthday Cake Frappuccino

  • Vanilla Bean Frappuccino
  • Add Hazelnut Syrup (1 pump tall, 1.5 pumps grande, 2 pumps venti)

If you’re a fan of Starbuck’s Cake Pops, try asking your store if they are able to blend a cake pop into your drink. Not all Starbucks locations will do this, but it doesn’t hurt to ask!

  • Blend a Birthday Cake Pop into a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino for a Birthday Cake Frappuccino!

#10 Cookies and Cream or Oreo Frappuccino

  • Double Chocolate Chip Frappuccino
  • Blended with white mocha sauce instead of regular mocha
  • Top with your choice of chocolate or regular whipped cream

OR if you prefer more creme than chocolate cookie flavor:

  • Vanilla Bean Frappuccino
  • Java chips blended in
  • Top with mocha syrup or cookie crumbles or both!

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