Fruity Pebbles Frappuccino, a Starbucks Secret Menu Frappuccino recipe, is a sweet and fruity Flintstones cartoon namesake. Tasting like the popular fruit-flavored children’s breakfast cereal, the palate is further mimicked by the introduction of ice chips which have a surprisingly similar texture to the original crisp rice cereal bits. Want to feel like a kid again? Then try the Fruity Pebbles Frappuccino and prepare to be transported back to a 1970’s living room floor, early on a Saturday morning, staring at the tube with a vacant gaze and not a care in the world.
What Is In The Fruity Pebbles Frappuccino On The Starbucks Secret Menu?
The Starbucks Secret Menu Fruity Pebbles Frappuccino ingredients are Starbucks Strawberries & Cream Frappuccino, Starbucks classic syrup, Starbucks raspberry syrup, Starbucks vanilla syrup, and whipped cream.
Starbucks Secret Menu Fruity Pebbles Frappuccino Recipe
- Start with a Starbucks Strawberries & Cream Frappuccino.
- Pump the prescribed amount of classic, raspberry, and vanilla syrups into your coffee and stir.
- Place ingredients into a blender and blend until a smooth consistency is achieved.
- Top with a generaous amopunt of whipped cream.
- Making this coffee recipe at home? We recommend using a Keurig Brewing System .
Serving Size:370 g
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 370Unsaturated Fat: 0g
How To Place Your Order
The Starbucks Secret Menu ordering equation is simple:
Secret Menu Drink = Base Drink + Substitutions + Additions
Therefore, the proper way to order a Fruity Pebbles Frappuccino from your barista is as follows:
“I would like a Fruity Pebbles Frappuccino please, which is a Strawberries & Cream Frappuccino with 1 pump of classic syrup, 1 pump of raspberry syrup, 2 pumps of vanilla syrup, blended, and topped with whipped cream.”
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Olivia co-founded Make Drinks in 2013 and serves as its Coffee and Cocktails editor … yes, incongruous competing categories for sure. However, bartending her way through college while obtaining a Bachelor’s in Computer Science at U.C. Berkeley left her abundantly prepared for this position. Oh, and two kids in tow. Coffee in the morning, cocktails at night … Ponce de León never knew the elusive fountain was so close.