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Copycat Starbucks Butterbeer Frappuccino

Copycat Starbucks Butterbeer Frappuccino

If you’ve read the Harry Potter books and seen the movies, you know that the most popular drink is the butterbeer. It’s served either cold, tasting somewhat like a cream soda, hot in a mug or as a Frappuccino. This copycat Starbucks butterbeer Frappuccino is from Starbucks “secret menu”. Made right in the blender and comes out so good!

 

If you’re a Harry Potter fan, you must know about the most popular drink that’s been seen in the movies and described in the Happy Potter books. Everyone’s favorite drink is the Butterbeer.

Sometimes served hot in a mug, (I will get around posting that version when it gets cold again, probably late fall)

The soda type drink that supposed to taste like a cream soda or this version that’s made into a Frappuccino.

I really think it’s the best way to enjoy a butterbeer drink.

The original that Starbucks Frappuccino that is on their “secret menu” is made without coffee or espresso.

However, you can add a shot of espresso or some strong coffee at anytime you’re feeling like it or have it this way, nice and sweet, creamy, and thick from the blender.

I will tell you how to order one in a Starbucks shop. Then, to make it easily in your own home right in the blender.

So, when you’re out and about, passing a Starbucks, you’ll know how to order a Butterbeer Frappuccino.

Once you make this at home, you may want to skip ordering one and go for a cup of java instead. Because in my opinion, this homemade version rocks!

The one thing to remember is, you need to order a Vanilla Crème Frappuccino. Ask one of the nice Baristas too drizzle caramel syrup on the inside of the cup. Have them add the caramel syrup and toffee nut syrup to the vanilla crème frappe while it’s being blended. Top off with whipped cream and a drizzle of both syrups on top of the whipped cream. You now know how to order a Butterbeer Frappuccino at Starbucks.  

 

But, don’t forget, you’re here on this page for the recipe to make yourself at home.

The really good thing about making this at home is, you can customize this Frappuccino anyway you want. Make it lower fat, or low sugar, or sugar free. Or really decadent by adding in more of everything! The skies the limit with any of my copycat recipes.

I’ll post a few more of my copycat recipes down below.

And, all you have to do to get lots and lots of copycat recipes, especially Frappuccino’s is to go to the search bar, top right and put in copycat.

All the copycat recipes will pop up and you’ll have a nice big selection to choose from. Enjoy all they deliciousness! 

Copycat Starbucks Butterbeer Frappuccino

Recipe yields: 1

Large/Grande size servings

 

What you’ll need to make a Copycat Starbucks Butterbeer Frappuccino…

 

Ingredients:

  • 3/4 cups whole milk or half and half, you can use dairy free milk too
  • 1 cup fresh ice, this is important for best taste, more if needed
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup vanilla ice cream, this is optional, but adds a great richness to the frappe
  • 1/4 teaspoon xanthan gum, Starbucks uses this for added thickness, you can substitute with 1 teaspoon instant vanilla pudding mix, regular or sugar free. Or, leave out.
  • 2 ounces or 4 tablespoons caramel syrup, some will be used to drizzle on the inside of the cup and on top of the whipped cream. Sugar free syrup can be used in its place.
  • 1 ounce or 2 tablespoons toffee nut syrup, regular or sugar free save a teaspoon to drizzle over the top of the whipped cream. If you can’t find at your local market you can buy online or substitute with butterscotch syrup.
  • 1 shot of espresso or strong coffee, this is optional

 

with a shot of coffee

 

Two easy steps…

Directions:

  1. Start by putting the ice in the blender. Blend to break up the ice cubes just a bit. Add the milk, vanilla, ice cream if using, xanthan gum or dry pudding, and both syrups. Remember to save some caramel syrup to drizzle the inside of the cup and both syrups to drizzle on top of the whipped cream. 
  2. Whirl in the blender until nice and thick. If needed add more ice. While again and pour into prepared cup. That’s it! Enjoy every last thick, luscious sip!

 

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Copycat Starbucks Butterbeer Frappuccino

If you’ve read the Harry Potter books and seen the movies, you know that the most popular drink is the butterbeer. It’s served either cold, tasting somewhat like a cream soda, hot in a mug or as a Frappuccino. This copycat Starbucks butterbeer Frappuccino is from Starbucks “secret menu”. Made right in the blender and comes out so good!

Course Beverage, Dessert, Snack
Cuisine American, English
Keyword Copycat, Copycat Recipes, Copycat Starbucks, Copycat Starbucks Butterbeer Frappuccino, Frappuccino, Starbucks
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 1 Large/Grande
Author Pam

Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup whole milk or half and half, you can use dairy free milk too
  • 1 cup  fresh ice, this is important for best taste, more if needed
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup vanilla ice cream, this is optional, but adds a great richness to the frappe
  • 1/4 tsp xanthan gum, Starbucks uses this for added thickness, you can substitute with 1 teaspoon instant vanilla pudding mix, regular or sugar free. Or, leave out.
  • 2 ounces  caramel syrup, some will be used to drizzle on the inside of the cup and on top of the whipped cream. Sugar free syrup can be used in its place.
  • 1 ounce  toffee nut syrup, regular or sugar free save a teaspoon to drizzle over the top of the whipped cream. If you can’t find at your local market you can buy online or substitute with butterscotch syrup.
  • 1 shot of espresso or strong coffee, this is optional

Instructions

  1. Start by putting the ice in the blender. Blend to break up the ice cubes just a bit. Add the milk, vanilla, ice cream if using, xanthan gum or dry pudding, and both syrups. Remember to save some caramel syrup to drizzle the inside of the cup and both syrups to drizzle on top of the whipped cream. Whirl in the blender until nice and thick. If needed add more ice. While again and pour into prepared cup. That’s it! Enjoy every last thick, luscious sip!

     

     

     

     

 

 

 

 

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