A full list of Starbucks secret menu items. What's on the Starbucks hidden menu? All off-menu Starbucks drinks are listed here so you can make the morning wait just a little bit longer for everybody. Does Starbucks have a secret menu? Sort of. Some of the drinks on the Starbucks hidden menu list are a combination of other drinks while other secret Starbucks drinks pay homage to original creations in Italy or Paris. Think you know everything about Starbucks coffee? This Starbucks secret drink menu list will prove you wrong! But, if you're not quite in the mood for coffee the McDonald's hidden menu items has a couple delicious looking items that might quench your thirst. You could even try out the Jamba Juice hidden menu items if you're in need of some healthy alternatives in your life... I know I could definitely use some healthy alternatives in my life!
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Cookies & Cream Frappuccino
The Cookies & Cream Frappuccino has been known to pop up from time to time on the Starbucks menu; but when it's not explicitly available on the menu you can order one by ordering a Double Chocolate Chip Frappuccino but with white mocha sauce in lieu of the regular mocha sauce.
This secret menu item - and now a limited edition item option in select stores - is full of color and flavor. It's a mixture of pink powder blended into a cream frappuccino with mango syrup and a sour blue drizzle. While this drink is officially on the menu, it started off as a Starbucks barista original.
Poke Ball Frappuccino
Everyone loves Pokemon Go - including Starbucks. This secret menu item mixes a vanilla frappuccino with a strawberries, and creme frappuccino with strawberry whipped topping. It's made to look like a Poke Ball.
Cotton Candy Frappuccino Give a couple pumps of raspberry syrup to a Vanilla Bean Frap and you'll have a liquified version of everyone's favorite carnival treat.
Strawberry Lemonade If for some reason you're not feeling like coffee when you go to Starbucks, you can always order a strawberry lemonade off the secret menu. It's perfect for when the kids are in tow.
Twix Frappuccino Simulate the taste of a Twix candy bar by adding caramel syrup, hazelnut syrup, java chips, caramel drizzle and mocha drizzle to a Caramel Frappuccino.
The S'mores Frappuccino recreates the delicious fireside treat by adding Cinnamon Dolce Syrup and Toffee Nut Syrup to a Java Chip Frappuccino.
French Vanilla Frappuccino
Add vanilla and hazelnut syrup to a Vanilla Bean Frap to give it that certain je ne sais quoi,
Chocolate Covered Strawberry Frappuccino Ask your barista to mix java chips and mocha drizzle into your Strawberries & Cream Frappucino to create this refreshing treat.
Zebra Mocha Zebra Mocha, or Penguin Mocha, is a combination of white-chocolate and chocolate mocha.
Want to try a treat from the Harry Potter universe? Ask for a whole milk steamer with caramel, toffee nut, and cinnamon dolce syrups. It'll taste just like butterbeer.
Cinnamon Roll Frappuccino Spice up your Vanilla Bean Frapuccino by adding Cinnamon Dolce Syrup to make a liquid cinnamon roll.
Ferrero Rocher Frappuccino You can create a Frappuccino inspired by the chocolate hazenut delicacy Ferrero Rocher by giving a Double Chocolate Chip Frappuccino a couple pumps of hazelnut and mocha syrups.
For Halloween 2017, Starbucks locations in the UK reportedly began serving "vampire Frappuccinos." The chocolate blended drinks featured a vivid drizzle of strawberry "blood."
Butterbeer Frappuccino Inspired by Harry Potter's favorite drink, this creamy confection is created by adding caramel and toffee nut syrups to a Vanilla Bean Cream Frappuccino.
Candy Cane Frappuccino Add a pump or two of peppermint syrup to a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino to enjoy this Christmastime favorite whenever you want.
Polyjuice Potion Frappuccino
Don't be put off by its bright green appearance – this Harry Potter-inspired drink is pretty tasty. It's essentially a strawberry-flavored Cherry Blossom Frappuccino with some green matcha powder and espresso mixed in.
Cinnamon Toast Crunch Frappuccino Next time you order a White Mocha Frappuccino, ask your barista to add hazelnut syrup, Cinnamon Dolce Syrup and cinnamon sugar to create a drink that tastes like the classic breakfast cereal.
Lovers of all things zombie related rejoice: Starbucks reportedly unveiled a zombie Frappuccino for Halloween 2017. The green and pink drink blends flavors of caramel apple and creme, and comes with pink whipped cream to imitate brains.
Thin Mint Frappuccino Turn a Tazo Green Tea Creme Frappuccino into a Girl Scout cookie inspired drink by having your barista mix in chocolate syrup, mint syrup, honey and java chips.
Cafe Vanilla Frappuccino This secret Frappuccino sometimes makes its way onto the regular menu. But when it's not displayed on the menu, you can still ask for it by adding a pump of coffee syrup to a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino.
Christmas Cookie Frappuccino
Add peppermint syrup and toffee nut syrup to a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino to create a delicious yuletide treat all year round. Top off with caramel drizzle and raw sugar for an extra sweet taste.
Not to be outshined by the Unicorn Frappuccino, the Mermaid Frappuccino is a colorful creation dreamed up by baristas in Bay City, MI. This drink has a vanilla bean base belnded with freeze-dried blackberries with a drizzle of toasted coconut matcha sauce.
Neapolitan Frappuccino Start with a Strawberries & Creme Frappuccino and add mocha syrup, vanilla powder and chocolate drizzle to create this blended take on the famed tri-colored ice cream flavor.
Pumpkin Pie FrappuccinoPumpkin Spice Frappuccinos are a popular fall treat. You can make yours taste more like a pumpkin pie by adding Cinnamon Dolce syrup, whipped cream blended in and Cinnamon Dolce sprinkles on top.
Cake Batter Frappuccino You can lick the edges of the cup afterwards too. The Cake Batter Frappuccino is a vanilla frap with both vanilla bean and almond flavoring.
Apple Pie Frappuccino The Apple Pie Frappuccino is made by mixing apple juice and Cinnamon Dolce Syrup into a normal caramel Frappuccino.
This drink is pretty similar to a smoothie. Order a Strawberries & Creme Frappuccino and add raspberry syrup, vanilla syrup and a splash of orange-mango juice to create this sweet and fruity drink that tastes like Fred Flintstone's favorite cereal.
Banana Cream Pie Frappuccino Ask your barista to add extra pumps of vanilla & hazelnut syrup and a banana to a Vanilla Bean Cream Frappuccino to make this tasty drink.
Chocolate Cream Frappuccino It's for the die-hard chocolate lovers. Chocolate syrup and chocolate flavoring in a frozen blended coffee. Mmm...
Nutella If plain ole chocolate won't do it, nutella sure will. The Nutella drink is a Cafe Misto with a shot of both chocolate and hazelnut syrup, along with a real drop of caramel. Delicious.
Harry Potter's Pumpkin Juice
For a Starbucks version of Harry Potter's pumpkin juice, ask for apple juice with a few pumps of pumpkin spice syrup.
Chocolate Pumpkin Latte In the autumn, order a Pumpkin Spiced Latte and add two shots of chocolate sauce to create this drink.
Dirty Chai A Dirty Chai is a fairly simple drink. It's just a Chai Latte with an extra shot of espresso.
Liquid Cocaine This drink is a turbo charged ice coffee served in a grande cup. The four shots of espresso pack a serious punch. Thankfully, four pumps of white chocolate syrup help make this drink go down smooth.
Crystal Ball Frappucino
After the Unicorn Frappuccino proved to be a huge success in 2017, Starbucks came out with the Crystal Ball Frappuccino roughly a year later. The drink has a perfectly Instagram-able light turquoise color and a mild peach flavor.
For Valentine's Day 2018, Starbucks unveiled a sweet new drink. Inspired by chocolate covered cherries, the Cherry Mocha features mocha and candied cherry syrups and a festive topper of Valentine's sprinkles.
Starbucks Japan created the bright Christmas Raspberry Mocha Frappuccino for the 2017 holidays. Its chocolate base is blended with raspberry jelly, and it arrives topped with festive chocolate whipped cream and red raspberry powder.
Raspberry Caramel Macchiato This drink is a fairly simple variation on the Caramel Macchiato. Just ask the barista to use raspberry syrup instead of the regular vanilla syrup.
Chocolate Pumpkin This is a seasonal item, but it's the famous Pumpkin Spice Latte with chocolate syrup. It's supposed to taste just like pumpkin chocolate chip bread.
Chocolate Dalmatian The Chocolate Dalmatian adds java chips and chocolate chips to a white chocolate mocha for that extra something.
Teddy Graham Frappuccino No actual Teddy Grahams are used in this drink, but you can simulate the taste by adding Cinnamon Dolce syrup, vanilla syrup and honey to a Coffee Frappuccino.
Raspberry Cheesecake It's as decadent as it sounds. The white chocolate mocha is added with a few shots of raspberry. Whipped cream and vanilla sprinkles are optional (but given the choice, why not?).
Christmas Tree Frappuccino
The Christmas Tree Frappuccino arrived in select Starbucks locations for December 2017. The peppermint mocha drink features green matcha whipped cream piled high like a tree, complete with decorations made from caramel sauce, dried cranberries, and sliced strawberries.
Grasshopper Frappuccino Adding peppermint syrup and java chips to a Mocha Frappuccino makes this delicious tribute to the classic Grasshopper cocktail.
Short Drink And you thought you only had three choices. Starbucks also has a "short" size for those looking for a cheaper and more compact drink to order.
Super Cream Frappuccino Get more cream for your buck by having the barista blend a half cup of real whipped cream with any frappuccino. You'll have more of a smoothie by the end of it.
Candied Pistachio Fappuccino
For the 2017 holidays, Starbucks Japan unveiled a cheerful green Candied Pistachio Frappuccino. People who have tasted it say it has a strong pistachio flavor, and arrives topped with pieces of pistachio and raspberry cookies.
You have to buy the biscotti separately, but it's worth it. The barista blends the cookie into any frappuccino which adds a nice crunch to the frozen drink.
Three C's Cinnamon Dolce latte + caramel syrup + chocolate mocha syrup = the best alliteration ever.