Starbucks Has A Santa Claus Frappuccino To Help You Get In The Holiday Spirit

The holidays are officially on the way, and while some might think it’s too early to get in the Christmas spirit, especially before Thanksgiving, I say good on you! It’s been a long, painful year for pretty much all of us, and any bit of happiness we can get, I think we should take it. If you feel the same, you might want to head to Starbucks to order a Santa Claus Frappuccino from the secret menu!

  1. Totally The Bomb is at it again! When you see “Starbucks secret menu,” you probably automatically think of the geniuses at Totally The Bomb, who are always creating some of the most delicious and unique recipes to try at your local store. The Santa Claus Frappuccino is the latest (and potentially one of the greatest) creations they’ve shared!
  2. It’s a simple but delicious recipe. The Santa Claus Frappuccino isn’t complicated at all, but that doesn’t mean it’s not ridiculously tasty. You start with a vanilla bean Frappuccino with a layer of strawberry puree on the bottom and in the middle, then top it with whipped cream and Christmas sprinkles. Voila!
  3. Of course, this isn’t an official drink. It of course has to be mentioned that the Santa Claus Frapp isn’t an official Starbucks menu item, so if you go in and ask for one, your barista will probably be a bit confused. You should order a custom drink as listed above if you want to try this for yourself. Oh, and do make sure you ask nicely!
  4. So what does it taste like? While I don’t want to spoil the deliciousness too much, you can look forward to basically trying a strawberry shortcake in drink form, and if you need any more convincing than that, I don’t know what to tell you. Thanks again to Totally The Bomb for sharing this amazing recipe!

Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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