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Copycat Starbucks S’mores Frappuccino

Copycat Starbucks S’mores Frappuccino

If you like to make s’mores at home, you will love making a Copycat Starbucks S’mores Frappuccino at home too. There’s no need to run out and buy one anymore. This quick and easy recipe will take you about five minutes to whirl one of these yummy frappe up!

 

Starbucks beverages are my all-time favorite things to drink—and make—in my own kitchen.

If you have been on this blog before, you know I have tons of copycat recipes that I have shared over the past few years.

I started making copycat recipes because of Starbucks actually, and my love of their frappes.

Just couldn’t resist going to a Starbucks stand in my mall, or even in my local Target, and trying whatever the newest beverages they were promoting.

Loving all of their beverages ♥️

The one problem with those delicious hot and cold beverages however, are the prices.

When I stared adding up what was being spent on a monthly basis, it was ridiculous. It had to stop.

Being a food blogger and making many different kinds of recipes for my family and my blog, there was no reason why Starbucks beverages—and maybe even Starbucks baked goods—couldn’t be a part of my recipe collections.

Well, that is exactly what I did. Now, I get to enjoy my favorite beverages and baked goods with family and friends anytime right at home. You can too! All my copycat recipes are easy-peasy and easily made in your own kitchen. 

This Copycat Starbucks S’mores Frappuccino is my newest recipe and oh is it delicious! 

Copycat Starbucks S’mores Frappuccino

Yields: 1 Large/Grande

 

When Did The Starbucks S’mores Frappuccino Make It’s First Appearance? 

This Starbucks S’mores Frappuccino was introduced during the summer of 2015 and it has reappeared a few times over the years since.

Even Starbucks knows that summer and s’mores go hand and hand. This copycat version is pretty close to the original, right down to the marshmallow-infused whipped cream.

It may sound fancy and difficult, but don’t worry…this version takes about five minutes to make.

 

What’s In The Starbucks S’mores Frappuccino?

Here’s how it goes…On the bottom of each cup, the creamy marshmallow cream sits and waits for the chocolate syrup to join. Then the frothy frappe is poured over and topped off with more marshmallow cream and a nice swirl of whipped cream. Oh and you can’t forget the sprinkling of graham crackers.

Check out my recipe below and enjoy one anytime of the year, right in your own home. 

 

Here are the simple ingredients for your luscious s’mores frappe: 

  •  Ice, make sure it’s fresh ice. Seriously, this makes a different. None of the old little pieces of ice sitting in the back of your freezer. You know what I’m talking about. 
  •  Milk of choice, whole, almond, 2 percent all work, if you want an extra thick frappe, you can use half and half. 
  •  A shot of espresso or, ½ cup strong coffee, decaf works too. Make sure you it’s chilled before adding to the recipe. You can pop a shot into the freezer for a faster way of chilling.
  •  Chocolate Syrup, of course! S’mores always have chocolate in them. In this case it’s syrup. 
  •  Vanilla extract, adds just a hint of wonderful richness.
  •  Granulated sugar or any sweetener of choice. You can also use my favorite, ( vanilla syrup, I love this syrup, it’s divine.) regular or ( sugar free vanilla syrup, this is the same brand as the  regular vanilla syrup. A delicious sugar free option.) Both work great.
  •  A square of a graham cracker, more or less, you decide.
  •  Marshmallow cream, oh yea, my favorite part of this yummy frappe.
  •  Milk, whole, almond, 2 percent all work, for extra thick you can use half and half cream, half and half or aerosol whipped cream.
  • Aerosol whipped cream for the topping, don’t skimp on the whipped cream. I never do!
  • Some more graham crackers but, this time crushed up for the finishing touch.
  • Xanthan gum or vanilla ice cream. These are both optional. Both will keep the frappe really thick. Note: The original recipe does not include ice cream but, some baristas have told me some Starbucks my put in xanthan gum to keep the frappe thick. Either way, with our without, your frappe is going to be thick and delicious. I promise!
  • The full printable recipe with amounts are below in the recipe box.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How Is This Frappuccino Made?

You’ll need a blender for this and any frappe you make at home.

You won’t believe how easy-peasy this recipe is. Yay!

 

Here’s the simple directions:

  1. Prepare your coffee or espresso and chill before adding to the blender and other ingredients.
  2. In a small microwave safe bowl, add 3 tablespoon of the marshmallow cream with milk. Turn on medium power for 5 seconds. Take out and stir. Just to soften up the marshmallow cream. That’s it. 
  3. Spread in the bottom of tall cup or glass. You can bring up the sides just a little if you want. 
  4. Drizzle the chocolate syrup on top of cream and some on sides of cup. Set aside for just a minute.
  5. Now blend the rest of ingredients, this includes the chilled coffee. But, not the whipped cream or graham cracker crumbs. Blend on medium to high just until you see that everything is combined and frothy. If you want a thicker frappe, you can add in more ice or vanilla ice cream (ice cream is not in the original but sometimes you just need a little more decadence)
  6. Pour in cup, swirl on whipped cream and top with a sprinkling of crushed graham crackers.
  7. Put a straw in and sip away! 
  8. Full printable recipe with amounts is down below in the recipe box.

Enjoy the deliciousness

 

Wait! Before leaving, check out a few more Frappes….

Starbucks Mocha Frappuccino

Copycat Starbucks Caramel Frappuccino

Copycat Starbucks Strawberry and Crème Frappuccino

 

There’s many more frappes to see, just click Frappuccino in the search bar!

 

 

 

Print recipe below

 

Copycat Starbucks S'mores Frappuccino

Course Breakfast, brunch, desssert, Snack
Cuisine American, Italian
Keyword Copycat Starbucks, Copycat Starbucks Frappuccino, Frappuccino, S'mores, Starbucks
Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings 1 Large/Grande

Ingredients

  • 1 cup ice, make sure the ice is fresh
  • 1 cup  milk of choice, whole, almond, 2 percent all work, for extra thick you can use half and half
  • 1 shot espresso or, ½ cup strong coffee, decaf works too. Chilled before adding to recipe
  • 2 tbsp chocolate syrup
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 tbsp  granulated sugar or vanilla syrup
  • 1 (square) graham cracker
  • 4 tbsp marshmallow cream
  • 1 tsp milk of choice
  • aerosol whipped cream for topping
  • 1 to 2 tsp crushed graham crackers

Instructions

  1. Prepare your coffee or espresso and chill before adding to the blender and other ingredients. In a small microwave safe bowl, add 3 tablespoon of the marshmallow cream with milk. Turn on medium power for 5 seconds. Take out and stir. Just to soften up the marshmallow cream. That’s it. Spread in the bottom of tall cup or glass. You can bring up the sides just a little if you want. Drizzle the chocolate syrup on top of cream and some on sides of cup. Set aside for just a minute. Now blend the rest of ingredients, this includes the chilled coffee. But, not the whipped cream or graham cracker crumbs. Blend on medium to high just until you see that everything is combined and frothy. If you want a thicker frappe, you can add in more ice or vanilla ice cream (ice cream is not in the original but sometimes you just need a little more decadence)Pour in cup, swirl on whipped cream and top with a sprinkling of crushed graham crackers. Put a straw in and sip away! 

 

 

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you enjoy this luscious Frappuccino as much as I do. Remember to scroll up to print out the recipe. You can also pin on Pinterest to save all your favorite recipes and save for later on. Be sure to come back soon, there’s so many recipes to choose from and there’s even more new recipes to see soon. 

Bye for now….

 

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