This Is Exactly What To Tell Your Barista To Order The ‘Cadbury Creme’ Frappuccino Off The Secret Menu At Starbucks
Everyone's favorite Easter candy is now a Starbucks drink!
If you love Easter candy and Starbucks Frappuccinos (and who doesn’t?), we have some important news for you. This month, just in time for Easter, you can order a Cadbury Creme egg-flavored Frappuccino at your local Starbucks.
Keep in mind, however, that this Cadbury Creme Egg Frap is not an official drink on the Starbucks menu, but rather a secret off-menu one, created by Starbucks fans who posted the ordering instructions online. Ever since the Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino craze of 2017, coming up with unique Frappuccino creations has become a favorite pastime of Starbucks enthusiasts. And, occasionally, a secret menu item will even make it onto the official menu, as with Starbucks pink-colored drink.
So, if you want to enjoy all the caramel deliciousness of a Cadbury Creme Egg Frap, you’ll have to request a custom drink order and follow the instructions provided by StarbucksSecretMenu.net. (You could also try ordering the drink by name, but there’s a good chance that the barista might not be familiar with how to make it.)
Basically, the base of the drink is a Starbucks Java Chip Frappuccino with a few extra ingredients like Frappuccino Roast, vanilla and caramel syrup, and vanilla powder. The amounts needed will vary depending on the size of the drink you order, so make sure you consult the instructions for the specifics.
Enjoy Easter with a Cadbury Creme Egg Frappuccino via #StarbucksSecretMenu
— StarbucksSecret Menu (@StarbucksMenu) April 8, 2014
While the end result is not the most Instagrammable of Starbucks drinks, given its brown color, the drink is surprisingly delicious and has all of the flavors of a Cadbury Creme egg. However, its critics might say that the Frappuccino version lacks the gooey texture that Cadbury eggs are known for.
You can try to fix that, if you like, with this recipe from The Worktop, for a homemade version of the Cadbury Creme Egg Frappuccino that actually includes a couple of the chocolates inside! While it’s not meant to be a copycat of the Starbucks item, it sounds delish also.
Still, if you find yourself at Starbucks, you may want to just order one. It’s fun trying new things from the secret menu, after all! And while Cadbury Creme egg candies will leave store shelves after Easter is over, a Cadbury Creme Egg Frappuccino can be purchased at Starbucks indefinitely.