Today’s Best Recipe is Starbucks Peanut Butter Cup Frappuccino.
Try out new toppings with this Starbucks peanut butter cup frappuccino copycat recipe.
If you are a frappuccino fan, you may know this iced coffee has long been a Starbucks ‘ secret menu item and we wonder why it wasn’t introduced as a new frappuccino for a limited time.
It has the flavor of Reese’s peanut butter cup packed with peanut butter and complemented by a milk chocolate sauce.
In the coffee house, it features an icy-cold blend of peanut butter flavored sauce and chocolate chips.
The original drink contains milk and cream, it can be swapped into a vegan order by going cream-free and choosing from a variety of dairy-free milk options, which the coffee chain offers including soy milk, oat milk, coconut milk, and almond milk.
Spice things up and see what new flavors you can come up with!
Peanut Butter Cup Frappuccino is the perfect blend of flavors we love.
The good news, you can recreate the tasty blend of peanut-butter frappuccino drink from Starbucks in your kitchen.
These creamy frappuccino milkshake-like drinks are a punch of coffee and deliciously frozen.
Peanut Butter and Chocolate–it’s one of the best food combinations out there.
You might enjoy other great coffee recipes from our Pinterest Coffee Board.
2 cups of ice
½ cup of cold Starbucks (or regular coffee) or ¼ cups of cold espresso
½ cup of milk
2 tablespoons of chocolate sauce–we like the one from the Hershey company
3 tablespoons of peanut butter syrup or peanut butter
⅛ Pinch of Xanthan Gum* (optional)
How to Make Starbucks Peanut Butter Cup Frappuccino
Mix coffee, ice, milk, chocolate sauce peanut butter syrup, and xanthan gum together in a blender until completely smooth.
Top with chocolate sauce and serve cold.
Garnish with crumbly cookies, or crunchy chocolate java chips, if you like.
Make it a Peanut Butter and Jelly Frappuccino:
Omit chocolate sauce and add 2 Tablespoons of your favorite jelly.
Replace the chocolate sauce, with your favorite jelly.
Heat jelly in a microwave-safe bowl in 10-second intervals and drizzle over the top of the whipped cream
If you love this Peanut Butter Cup Frappuccino try our take on the limited-edition Birthday Cake Frappuccino that has long been off the menu.
Substitutes for Xantham Gum:
Cornstarch-substitute same amount
Unflavored Gelatin-substitute 2 parts of gelatin for every 1 part of xanthan gum.
Agar Agar-replace xanthan gum with agar agar in a 1:1 ratio.
How to Order Starbucks’s Secret Peanut Butter Cup Frappuccino.
If you prefer the drive-through at the coffee giant, Barista Aubrey S. created this drink on starbuckssecretmenu.net.
Here’s how to order it: Ask for a Mocha Frappuccino (whatever size you’re in the mood for).
Ask for toffee nut syrup (2 pumps for a tall, 3 pumps for a grande, and 4 pumps for a venti).
You may also like our recipes for other Starbucks Drinks:
and this one for Starbucks Sous Vide Egg Bites.