Take A Sip Of A Starbucks' Baby Yoda Frappuccino
Coffee shop Starbucks has joined the Baby Yoda craze. So, what are you waiting for? Take a sip of a Starbucks' Baby Yoda Frappuccino! Ask for a matcha green tea frappuccino with caramel drizzle on the cup to make this Star Wars-inspired beverage.
When you order this particular cup, your drink will be topped with caramel crunch, whipped cream, and additional caramel syrup. It's a sweet beverage that will make your friends envious.
Because this is a Starbucks Secret Menu item, baristas will not know the recipe, so bring the recipe below with you and request it be made. You are probably wondering, "How do I order a Baby Yoda Frappuccino at Starbucks?"
If you want to try this, start by asking for a matcha green tea frappuccino from your barista. Second, request that the cup be drizzled with caramel. This is going to be Baby Yoda's cloak. Finally, add whipped cream, caramel, and caramel ribbon crunch crunchies on top. Finally, have fun!
I've been struggling for the past week or so because I literally cannot get Baby Yoda off of my mind. Ever since he appeared on the first episode of The Mandalorian, it has truly ruined my ability to think about anything else but his little green ears! I just wanna squeeze him! As with all secret menu drinks, be sure to be patient and explain these steps to your barista. If you ask for the Baby Yoda Frapp by name they're going to think you're crazy, although you might just make a Star Wars-loving friend in the process.- Kristin Salaky, a delish news editor who covers viral foods, product launches, and food trends
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The drinks on the Starbucks secret menu are real, and they are great. From candy-inspired Frappuccinos to gem-colored TikTok refreshers, the hidden Starbucks menu is full of tasty and highly Instagrammable creations and hacks.
Tell your barista to order a Vanilla Bean Crème Starbucks Frappuccino from the regular menu, not the Starbucks secret menu, in order to obtain a Blackberry Cobbler Frappuccino. Add the white mocha syrup (2 pumps for a venti, one and a half for a grande, and 1 pump for a tall). Lastly, add the blackberries.
To get a Skittles Frappuccino, tell your barista you want a Strawberries & Crème Frappuccino without the classic syrup. Add vanilla syrup (2 pumps for a tall, 3 pumps for a grande, and 4 pumps for a venti) and raspberry syrup (half a pump for a tall, 1 pump for a grande, and one and a half pumps for venti).
Tell your barista to make a Vanilla Bean Crème Frappuccino for you. Add 1 tsp hazelnut syrup and also request your barista to place 1 Starbucks Birthday Cake Pop in your blender.
Before ordering an Orange Creamsicle Frappuccino, order an orange-mango juice to the first line. Fill in the second line with milk. Make a cream base (4 pumps for a venti, 3 pumps for a grande, and 2 pumps for tall). Then, add traditional syrup (4 pumps for a venti, 3 pumps for grande, and 2 pumps for tall). Mix in the ice. Finally, finish with whipped cream.
A hidden menu item designed to resemble everyone's favorite Wookiee is called a Chewbacca Frappuccino. This unique beverage combines caramel, cookies, and mocha flavors. Ask your barista for a Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino and then request a few upgrades to get the Chewbacca Frappuccino.
First, request a caramel drizzle inside the cup to add some Chewie-esque highlights to the drink and extra flavor. Then have the entire drink topped with whipped cream and cookie crumbles. The extras make this a drink that any Wookiee or human would enjoy.
Be kind to your barista as you explain that the Chewie Frap isn't on the official Starbucks menu. They don't mind your off-menu orders, but they do need your patience. The taste is, of course, the most important part of this whole thing.
With a few cookie crumbs and mocha, you can make a drink that tastes like a blockbuster. This drink can be a little too sweet, but you can make up for that with a lot of salty popcorn.
In case you missed it, The Mandalorian is a new series on Disney+ (Disney's new streaming service), and it features a character who resembles Baby Yoda. However, it is not baby Yoda, but rather a baby of the same species as Yoda. Because no one knows what Yoda's species is, the baby is referred to as Baby Yoda.