Starbucks Frappuccino Menu – All Types of Frapp Drinks
You’re not just ordering a Starbucks frappuccino; you’re in control of customizing the ultimate blended iced coffee experience. The official Starbucks Frappuccino Menu lists 10 main coffee-based frappuccino options, 9 creme-flavored options, and 6 pop-up honorable mentions. So how are you to order just one? We’ll show you how! Because no one wants to be the person frozen in indecision at the front of an ever-growing Starbucks line.
The Starbucks Frappuccino Menu: 25 Blended Starbucks Drinks
Frappuccinos are some of Starbucks’ best drinks, especially in the hot summer months. The classic frappuccinos are blended with a base of coffee, ice, and milk, whereas the creme frappuccinos contain no coffee. Based on our research, there are currently 25 blended Starbucks drinks. We described the drinks and what’s in each of them below. For now, here’s a quick list:
- Pistachio Frappuccino
- Mocha Frappuccino
- Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino
- White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino
- Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino
- Espresso Frappuccino
- Caffè Vanilla Frappuccino
- Caramel Frappuccino
- Coffee Frappuccino – A simple Frappuccino
- Java Chip Frappuccino
- Chocolate Cookie Crumble Creme Frappuccino
- Strawberry Creme Frappuccino
- Chai Creme Frappuccino
- Double Chocolaty Chip Creme Frappuccino
- Matcha Creme Frappuccino
- Vanilla Bean Creme Frappuccino
- White Chocolate Creme Frappuccino
- Pistachio Creme Frappuccino
- Caramel Ribbon Crunch Creme Frappuccino
- Starbucks Oreo Frappuccino
- Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino Starbucks
- Green Tea Frappuccino Starbucks
- Cotton Candy Frappuccino
- Butterbeer Frappuccino
- Apple Crisp Frappuccino
All frappuccinos at Starbucks are served with a topping of whipped cream and syrup – plus crunchy bits of goodness, depending on the specific menu item. You can customize the recipe of a frappuccino in a variety of fun ways (1).
A grande-sized frappuccino comes with 3 pumps of frappuccino roast, a special formulation similar to instant coffee. Ask for more or less depending on how much of a caffeine kick you need.
You can also request the addition of espresso shots for a bigger caffeine hit. Or try something new like the blonde espresso roast or one of three decaf ratio options.
The available flavors depend on your local Starbucks. However, the syrups listed on the official Starbucks menu online include brown sugar, caramel, cinnamon dolce, hazelnut, peppermint, raspberry, strawberry, toasted vanilla, toffenut, vanilla, and sugar-free vanilla. Pick from mocha, dark caramel, pistachio, and white chocolate mocha for the sauces.
The most popular frappuccino topping is whipped cream with a syrup drizzle. For those who prefer some textural contrast, there are options like cinnamon dolce sprinkles, caramel crunchies, or cookie crumbles.
Keep your eyes peeled for seasonal offerings like holiday sugar sparkles and crunchy pearls.
For more flavor, choose chocolate curls, cocoa powder, or a dash of cinnamon. In all cases, you can customize the amount of topping you want.
You can add any flavored syrup or sauce from the menu to your frappuccino. Vanilla bean powder can be added for extra vanilla flavor. For an aesthetically-pleasing exterior, get your barista to line your cup with caramel or mocha sauce.
Frappuccino chips can be requested as a supplementary crunchy blended add-in. Frappuccino chips are like regular chocolate chips but contain less cocoa powder.
Did you know you could add chai tea to your frappuccino? Give it a try!
Starbucks Frappuccinos are traditionally made with whole milk, but there are plenty of alternatives. Switch it for coconut beverage, heavy cream, lactose-free beverage, vanilla sweet cream, nonfat milk, 2% milk, half & half, almond beverage, oat beverage, or soy beverage.
The 10 Coffee Starbucks Frappuccinos
Craving a creamy cold coffee? Here are ten coffee frappuccino drinks for you to try.
1. Pistachio Frappuccino
It’s nutty how sweet this is! The pistachio frappuccino exceeds expectations with a whipped cream and salted brown butter topping that expertly compliments its sweetened pistachio body.
2. Mocha Frappuccino
The Starbucks mocha frappuccino is a staple for all frap fans. This rich-tasting classic menu item oozes with a delicious chocolatey mocha sauce. No Starbucks nearby? This flavor also comes in a cold Starbucks frappuccino bottle available for purchase in your local grocery store.
3. Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino
For the best-of-the-best chocoholic-appeasing frappuccino, look no further. The famous mocha cookie crumble frappuccino is pumped with mocha sauce, frappuccino chips, layers of whipped cream, vanilla whipped cream, extra chocolate cookie crumble, and a decadent mocha drizzle.
4. White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino
The White Chocolate Mocha is the mocha cookie crumble’s more mature chocoholic cousin – think less cookie and more sauce. What the white chocolate frappuccino lacks in chocolate cookie crumble, it more than makes up for with generous amounts of white chocolate sauce and a whipped cream topping.
5. Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino
This decadent option features new dark caramel sauce, buttery caramel syrup, caramel drizzle, and a sugary caramel crunch topping. Is that enough caramel? You can add even more to the caramel ribbon crunch!
6. Espresso Frappuccino
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Simple yet effective. With an added shot of espresso, your espresso frappuccino is elevated from a basic blended iced coffee to a helpful morning pick-me-up.
7. Caffè Vanilla Frappuccino
The characteristic vanilla flavor in a Starbucks caffè vanilla is not from using vanilla syrup! The trick is the extra vanilla bean powder the baristas put into your frap. This flavor also comes in a bottled version with 50 mg of caffeine – about half of a grande size caffè vanilla frappuccino. So the bottled option is an excellent choice for a mid-afternoon sip.
8. Caramel Frappuccino
The Starbucks caramel frappuccino invites caramel syrup, coffee, whole milk, ice, and a layer of buttery caramel sauce to gently rest on a mound of whipped cream. It’s a fiesta for your taste buds.
The Starbucks team recommends enhancing your brew with an affogato-style shot. Watch as a hot espresso shot melts the frap’s topping and trickles down for a caffeinated infusion.
9. Coffee Frappuccino – A simple Frappuccino
No funny business. Just coffee. This is the original frappuccino before any customizations.
10. Java Chip Frappuccino
The Starbucks java chip frappuccino is a dream come true for coffee-loving chocoholics everywhere. Each sip is full of mocha sauce and drizzle. Prefer not to spend your bucks at Starbucks? Check out our java chip frappuccino recipe to make your very own at home.
9 Creme Starbucks Frappuccino Flavors
Want the brew without the buzz? These nine frappuccinos at Starbucks are almost or completely caffeine-free, perfect if you plan to enjoy a Starbucks frappuccino later in the day (2).
Caffeine can stay in your system for hours, so that afternoon pick-me-up can result in difficulty falling asleep later, or not getting deep sleep
You’ll recognize a few familiar faves that are offered in coffee and creme versions.
11. Chocolate Cookie Crumble Creme Frappuccino
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Enjoy all of the mocha chocolate goodness with close to no caffeine. This chocolate cookie crumble frappuccino lives up to its name with tons of chocolate cookie crumble bits that pair wonderfully with vanilla-flavored whipped cream.
12. Strawberry Creme Frappuccino
The Starbucks strawberry frappuccino has a refreshing fruitiness to spruce up your afternoon, a nice change from all the chocolate, vanilla, and caramel alternatives. Strawberry puree and vanilla whipped cream never tasted sweeter. Unless you make it yourself with our DIY Strawberry creme frappuccino.
13. Chai Creme Frappuccino
Why choose between coffee or tea when you can have tea in your coffee? The chai frappuccino is the best of both. It’s a great balance of spicy and sweet with the iconic chai blend, sweet and fluffy whipped cream, and a generous cinnamon topping.
14. Double Chocolaty Chip Creme Frappuccino
This is the pick for serious chocolate fans. If the other mocha frappuccinos didn’t have enough chocolate for your liking, the double chocolatey chip has everything they have as well as actual chocolate chips.
15. Matcha Creme Frappuccino
For those wondering if there’s such a thing as enjoying a matcha tea latte but in frappuccino form, the Starbucks matcha frappuccino should be next on your bucket list.
16. Vanilla Bean Creme Frappuccino
Similar to caffè vanilla, the Starbucks vanilla bean frappuccino is vibrantly vanilla-flavored. If you’re looking for more of a hot ice cream-sundae vibe, ask for an affogato-style shot poured on top. It’s not hot fudge, but doesn’t fresh espresso sound just as good for your morning brew?
17. White Chocolate Creme Frappuccino
Smooth and creamy, this is an ultra-sweet option thanks to the rich white chocolate mocha sauce. It’s low in caffeine but still adds an impressive pep in your step.
18. Pistachio Creme Frappuccino
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The Pistachio Creme Frappuccino is just like the original pistachio without the coffee. I love this version because it really lets the pistachio flavor shine. It’s a wonderful sweet and nutty option.
19. Caramel Ribbon Crunch Creme Frappuccino
Another old favorite is back in coffee-less form. The sweet brew is caramel through and through, with caramel syrup, a caramel drizzle, and a caramel crunch topping. If ever a dessert was masquerading as a drink, this is it.
6 Honorable Mentions
We couldn’t cover the Starbucks frappuccino list without mentioning some rare or new Starbucks frappuccino flavors that pop in from time to time. If you’re lucky to scope out one of these six honorable mentions, order it!
If you miss your chance, don’t worry. You can create a DIY frappuccino using our recipes for the cotton candy frappe or the magical Butterbeer.
Check out this YouTube video for the best way to order Butterbeer from Starbucks’ secret menu.
20. Starbucks Oreo Frappuccino
21. Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino Starbucks
22. Green Tea Frappuccino Starbucks
23. Cotton Candy Frappuccino
24. Butterbeer Frappuccino
25. Apple Crisp Frappuccino
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This comprehensive look at the Starbucks frappuccino menu covers all of the top picks, from the classics to the secrets. Whether you want a caffeinated boost or an evening sweet treat, there’s a perfect Starbucks Frappuccino with your name on it. And even if there isn’t, you can customize any drink to suit your taste or make your own at home!
A Frappuccino at Starbucks costs between $4.25 and $6.95. The most affordable option is a tall vanilla bean creme frappuccino, whereas the most expensive options include a venti pumpkin spice frappuccino or a venti caramel ribbon crunch creme frappuccino.
A caramel frappuccino at Starbucks costs $4.45 for a tall, $4.95 for a grande, and $5.45 for a venti. However, this can vary slightly between stores, and the price may change if you request substitutions or additions.
Yes, frappuccinos are cold coffee drinks. Frappuccinos are made by blending milk, ice, and brewed coffee. For a warm alternative, a flavored latte topped with whipped cream is your best option.
The caffeine in a Starbucks Frappuccino varies between drinks. Many of the Creme-style fraps – like the strawberry or vanilla – have no caffeine. Whereas a venti espresso frappuccino has 185 mg of caffeine, equivalent to about two cups of coffee.
- Starbucks Coffee Company. (n.d.). Frappuccino® Blended Beverages. Retrieved April 26, 2023, from https://www.starbucks.com/menu/drinks/frappuccino-blended-beverages
- Millard, E. (2020, September 15). 11 Benefits of Going Caffeine-Free. Retrieved April 26, 2023, from https://www.everydayhealth.com/diet-nutrition/benefits-of-going-caffeine-free/