Starbucks Secret Menu: Raspberry Cheesecake Mocha Frappuccino

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This drink even sounds like an absolute dream. Mocha Frappuccino’s are so five minutes ago. Now you can have a modern mocha frappe created by the good ‘ole Internet. Starbucks now has ingredients that are able to mimic the amazing flavor of raspberry cheesecake in drink form.

Raspberry Cheesecake Mocha FrappuccinoWhat’s in it?

  • White chocolate mocha Frappuccino
  • 1-3 pumps of raspberry syrup (1 pump for tall, 2 pumps for grande, 3 pumps for venti)
  • Vanilla sprinkles (optional)
  • Whipped cream (optional)

While those ingredients are optional, they are highly recommended and perfect for any cheesecake fanatic. This is a perfect surprise for any birthday girl or boy in the morning.

starbucks-16How to order:

Since this isn’t a base drink, you’re going to have to order a white chocolate mocha Frappuccino as your base drink. Then you want to add the according pumps of raspberry syrup per size you’re going to get – don’t be afraid to experiment with more or less, either! Then you have the option of added sprinkles or whipped cream.

Prices:

  • Mocha Frappuccino (tall) – $3.95
  • Mocha Frappuccino (grande) – $4.45
  • Mocha Frappuccino (venti) – $4.95

Remember, these are base prices and since the base drink is white mocha, there may be a price change. All additional ingredients may also up the price.

Nutritional values:

White Chocolate mocha frappe (grande w/ whole milk & whipped cream), surprisingly doesn’t have as many calories as one would think. For 16 fl oz, it is 440 calories with 150 from fat. There are 16g of total fat within this drink and 50mg of cholesterol. There are 67g of sugar and 69g of total carbs. For every 5g of sugar pumped into your drink (through their syrups), it is another 20 calories. Not too bad!

Of course, there are fun things you can do with this drink like added crushed up cake pops (ask your local barista to blend them in your drink for texture!). These cost roughly $2.50-3.50 for 2-3 pops. Enjoy!

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