Gina Vaynshteyn
April 08, 2015 6:04 am

Starbucks celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Frappuccino by doing what Starbucks does (arguably) best: creating the most delicious Frappaccino in the history of Frappaccinos. Some might disagree, but I was ALL for the birthday cake Frap and ordered like, no less than 15 drinks in the five days they were available (from March 26 – March 30). If you never got the chance to try it out yourself, just know that it tasted like cake batter and heaven, NBD.

Even though the last day to order the Birthday Cake Frappuccino was over a week ago, that doesn’t mean you can’t ever indulge in it ever again. Psh —Starbucks isn’t a monster. According to the Starbucks secret menu website all a barista needs is 1. Everything that goes into a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino, and 2. one to two pumps of Hazelnut syrup, depending on the size of your Frap (1 pump for a tall, 1 1/2 pumps for a grande, and 2 pumps for a venti). Most Starbucks locations are probably out of raspberry whipped cream by now, but we promise it tastes just as good with regular ‘ole whipped cream.

If all else fails, you can just ask your barista to throw a cake pop into your Vanilla Bean Frappuccino. That’s pretty delicious, too.

BUT, if you’re over the Birthday Cake Frap, here are some more essential “secret” blended drinks to try out!

Apple Jacks Frappuccino

Get the recipe here

Triple Berry Cobbler Frappuccino

Get the recipe here

Strawberry Shortcake Frappuccino

Get the recipe here

The Pink Starburst Frappuccino

Get the recipe here

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