Start your day with Starbucks’ French Toast Frappuccino—a delightful twist on a classic. Customizable and indulgent.
Who can say no to the allure of a delicious serving of French toast? Soft bread drenched in custard or milk, toasted to a golden crisp, and flavored with a dash of cinnamon have come to symbolize a relaxing morning meal. Imagine it’s early in the day, and you need a cup of coffee to get you going, but you’re missing those familiar tastes. So, you might be shocked to learn that the intriguing secret menu at Starbucks contains the answer to your breakfast and coffee issue.
Here’s the Starbucks Frappuccino with a hedonistic morning vibe: the French Toast. This unheralded menu item makes the classic Grande Caffè Vanilla Frappuccino seem like breakfast in a cup. You may now find out what it’s like to drink a French toast if you’ve ever been curious. So, without further ado, here is the lowdown on how to get a Starbucks French Toast Frappuccino. Please note that we have based our prices on a recent mobile order placed in Seattle, and that prices may vary in other areas.
Customize your French Toast Frappuccino
To make the one-of-a-kind French Toast Frappuccino, start with a Grande Caffè Vanilla Frappuccino ($5.65) and add a pump of hazelnut and cinnamon dolce syrup ($0.40 each) to your order. With its newfound breakfast allure, the beverage receives a complimentary topping of whipped cream and cinnamon dolce powder. Our $7.10 Grande French Toast Frappuccino included the sales tax required by Washington state.
However, why stop now? If you want to add a rich and enjoyable variation to your French toast, try topping it with freeze-dried strawberries, caramel, or chocolate drizzle. After all, individuality is at the heart of Starbucks’ hidden menu. (Keep in mind that Starbucks charges more for their add-ons.)
Using this and other Starbucks menu hacks, you may combine your morning coffee and breakfast into a single, indulgent beverage (410 calories). Who says mornings can’t be enjoyable and sweet even if they’re hectic?