Tiramisu Frappuccino, a Starbucks Secret Menu Frappuccino recipe, tastes like Italian ladyfingers layered with a whipped mixture of eggs, sugar, and mascarpone cheese. Finished with a light dusting of cocoa powder, this popular international-themed dessert drink will whisk you away to a Milanese cafe where you complete the first stop on your Eat, Pray, Love tour. Andiamo!
What Is In The Tiramisu Frappuccino On The Starbucks Secret Menu?
The Starbucks Secret Menu Tiramisu Frappuccino ingredients are Starbucks Frappuccino, Starbucks caramel flan syrup, Starbucks hazelnut syrup, Starbucks mocha syrup, and Starbucks Toffeenut syrup. Top with whipped cream, mocha sauce, and dust with cocoa powder.
Starbucks Secret Menu Tiramisu Frappuccino Recipe
- Start with a Starbucks Frappuccino.
- Pump the prescribed amount of caramel flan, hazelnut, mocha, and toffeenut syrups into your Frappuccino and stir.
- Place ingredients into a blender and blend until a smooth consistency is achieved.
- Top with whipped cream, a mocha sauce drizzle, and dust with cocoa powder.
Serving Size:16 oz
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 447Total Fat: 3gSaturated Fat: 2gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 7mgSodium: 34mgCarbohydrates: 7gFiber: 1gSugar: 4gProtein: 1g
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 Tiramisu Frappuccino from your barista is as follows:
“I would like a Tiramisu Frappuccino please, which is a Grande Frappuccino with 1 pump of caramel flan syrup, 1 pump of hazelnut syrup, 1 pump of mocha syrup, 1 pump of toffeenut syrup, blended, and topped with whipped cream, a drizzle of mocha sauce, and a dusting of cocoa powder.”
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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.