CopyCat Starbucks S’mores Frappuccino Recipe


CopyCat Starbucks Smores Frappuccino

On April 28th, Starbucks added another exciting recipe to their already amazing line-up, and it’s absolutely perfect for summer: the Starbucks S’mores Frappuccino. While I wouldn’t blame you if you stopped reading this post right now and headed straight to your nearest Starbucks, there’s something you should know before you go: You can make your own CopyCat Starbucks S’mores Frappuccino at home!

Of all of the Starbucks recipes you can make yourself, frappuccino recipes are actually one of the easiest and most cost effective options to make at home. All you need are a few common ingredients and a blender and you can enjoy a cool and creamy Starbucks treat right from your own back porch. No loading up the car or spending outrageous amounts of money to get the drinks you crave.

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For the CopyCat Starbucks S’mores Frappuccino, you’ll need a shot of expresso, cocoa powder, marshmallow topping and graham cracker crumbs, as well as all the ingredients that really bring the recipe together: milk, sugar, ice and whipped cream. Simply mix everything except the graham cracker crumbs and whipped cream together in the blender; then top with whipped cream and sprinkle with crumbs and you have a delicious drink that will be gone in no time.

The next time you need a quick morning pick-me-up, don’t load the kids up in the car. Make this CopyCat Starbucks S’mores Frappuccino recipe at home!

Smores Copycat Frappe

 

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6 responses to “CopyCat Starbucks S’mores Frappuccino Recipe”

  1. What brand is the marshmallow topping? Is it the fluff or the ice cream topping?

    Thanks,

    #SmoresObsessed

  2. I want to make this so badly, but I don’t have an espresso machine. I used to have a french press, so I could have just made some extra strong coffee, but my kiddo broke it, so now I just have a drip machine. Suggestions on how to make this work without espresso?

    • I know this is an old question, but you could always get an Aeropress. They’re about $30 and they’re often used for camping, so your little ones would have a challenge breaking it. There’s a big cult around them, so if you ever want to got beyond just the basics, you can get as involved as you want in the culture.

      The other great thing about the Aeropress is that it makes good single serving coffee for when you don’t want to make a whole pot for just one cup (and, you know, you don’t want that watery Keurig coffee).