The line between breakfast and dessert are blurred more than ever before but, hey, I'm not mad about it. If you're a coffee for breakfast kind of person, you should know there's a Frappuccino combination out there that tastes just like Cap'n Crunch with Crunchberries cereal. Do with this information what you will.
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As goes the story with most Frappuccinos like this, it's on the Starbucks "secret menu," which basically means that you have to order the drink with a bunch of customizations to get the desired outcome. Going up to your barista and straight up asking for the Cap'n Crunch with Crunchberries Frapp probably won't get the desired results, so listen up.
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CAP'N CRUNCH w/ CRUNCHBERRIES FRAPPUCCINO! 😍 This is one of our all-time favorite Frappuccinos! This isn't on the menu - it's on the "secret menu," created by Baristas and Frappucino lovers like us! It genuinely tastes like Cap'n Crunch with Crunchberries cereal - and is shockingly delicious! HOW TO ORDER: Tell your Barista that you have a special Frappucino to order, and you have the recipe for them. You can mention "Cap'n Crunch Frappucino," but make sure you bring the following steps with you, so they know how to make it! Order a Strawberries and Creme Frappuccino in your size of choice. Then... 1️⃣ Add Caramel Syrup (pumps: tall = 1/2, grande = 1, venti = 1.5) 2️⃣ Add Toffee Syrup (pumps: tall = 1 grande = 1.5, venti = 2) 3️⃣ Add Hazelnut Syrup (pumps: tall = 1/2 grande = 1 , venti = 1.5) 4️⃣ OPTIONAL: Add java chips for a bit of crunch, top with raspberry or strawberry syrup and caramel syrup Don't forget to tip and thank your Barista, and ENJOY!
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This Starbucks hack was posted by @Snackgator on Instagram, so you can check out their post if you want to reference it again before ordering. You'll start off by getting a strawberry and creme Frappuccino, then you'll add caramel syrup, toffee syrup, and hazelnut syrup. The amounts of each will depend on how big of a Frappuccino you order, and @Snackgator has suggested measurements included in their post.
For added flavor, you can also ask for java chips (this will ensure some crunch) and top it with raspberry or strawberry syrup for some more fruitiness. The beauty of the Starbucks secret menu is that you can use these suggestions to mimic the flavor of the cereal but you can also play around with the add-ons to make it your own. While I'm unsure how people figure out all these hacks, I'm glad they do!
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