Here’s how to order a Baby Yoda Frappuccino at Starbucks
Baby Yoda is everywhere now, as he should be. The adorable character — known only as The Child in “The Mandalorian” — is surely the cuddly salve we need to fight the winter blues, or cool the debate over whether the final installment of the Star Wars movies, “The Rise of Skywalker,” was any good.
But we can all agree that Baby Yoda is awwwwwwwww. Another thing we can probably all agree on: A Baby Yoda Frappuccino is a welcome addition to the Starbucks secret menu.
Most of these off-menu drinks come from the Starbucks Secret Menu blog, which compiles ordering instructions you can give a barista to get an unofficial drink. Some are seasonal, like the Cadbury creme Frappuccino for Easter. Others are inspired by creative flavor combos, like the red velvet cinnamon roll frap.
But the Disney Food Blog invented this drink, which of course you’ll need to have in your back pocket if you stop at a Starbucks in any of the Disney parks. And because this image was ordained by the demands of internet memedom, Disney Food Blog posted this latest photoshopping of Baby Yoda sipping something — in this case, his own Frappuccino:
What is the Baby Yoda Frappuccino? The green base of this drink is a matcha green tea Frappuccino, and the cup has a caramel drizzle. Disney Food Blog has the complete instructions for topping off your Baby Yoda frappe properly.
And people are ordering them. @jeffersoncandido82 must have told the barista his name was Yoda because it’s penned onto the side of his cup:
And this Baby Yoda straw seems like a must-have if you’re sipping a Baby Yoda frappe on the spot at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge:
It’s a little surprising that this drink didn’t emerge from the Starbucks Secret Menu blog, but they do have instructions for ordering a Green Master Frappuccino that’s named for the original Jedi master himself. It also calls for a green tea base, but it adds java chips — appropriate for the elder Yoda.
Both of these drinks seem like the perfect excuse for busting out your crocheted Baby Yoda coffee sleeve and heading to the nearest Starbucks. Cheers!