After becoming totally obsessed with Sbux's secret Harry Potter-themed Butterbeer Frapp, we realized we were probably missing out on even more insanely delicious frothy treats. So we did a little research and uncovered a whole. giant. menu. of under-the-radar Frappuccino recipes on the Starbucks Secret Menu! We've compiled some of the yummiest frapps below, including cookie dough, super-chocolatey willy wonka, cake batter, and NUTELLA recipes—basically, all of your favorite desserts ever made into super tasty frozen beverages. So as delicious as they are, these super-sweet drinks definitely fall in the dessert/treat category!

Check out the heavenly frapp on display from this oreo fan below—plus, the recipes for more of Sbux's tastiest "secret" drinks:

Note: the "secret menu" isn't actually a thing that Starbucks created, so if you want to test out these treats, you'll have to ask the barista to make your drink with the ingredients listed below, which make a grande sized drink!

Red Velvet Frappuccino
Grande half white chocolate, half mocha frappuccino
2 pumps of raspberry syrup
Top with whipped cream

Oreo Frappuccino
Grande double chocolate chip frappuccino, blended with white mocha sauce instead of regular mocha
Top with chocolate whipped cream

S'mores Frappuccino
Grande java chip frappuccino
1 pump of cinnamon dolce syrup
1 pump of toffee nut syrup
Whipped cream blended into the drink
Top with whipped cream and cinnamon dolce sprinkles

Caramel Cookie Bar Frappuccino
Grande caramel frappuccino
1.5 pumps of hazelnut syrup
Java chips and whipped cream blended into the drink
Coat the cup with caramel sauce
Top with a mocha drizzle

Nutella Frappuccino
Grande coffee frappuccino
1 pump of hazelnut syrup
2 pumps of mocha syrup
Whipped cream blended into the drink
Top with whipped cream

Cookie Dough Frappuccino
Grande chai creme frappuccino with soy milk
2.5 pumps of cinnamon dolce syrup
Java chips and whipped cream blended into the drink
Top with chocolate whipped cream and a mocha syrup drizzle

Cake Batter Frappuccino
Grande vanilla bean frappuccino
1.5 pumps of almond syrup (or hazelnut!)
*extra special add-in: if the Starbucks serves cake pops, ask them if they can blend a birthday cake pop into your drink!

Willy Wonka Frappuccino
Grande double chocolate chip frappuccino
Extra java chips blended into the drink
1.5 extra pumps of mocha syrup
1.5 pumps of hazelnut syrup
Top with whipped cream and a mocha syrup drizzle

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From: Seventeen

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