Starbucks is well known for its vast range of delicious frappuccinos, iced coffees and Beverages.
But are you aware that there is, in fact, a Starbucks Secret Menu list you can order from, that extends the standard menu and makes it more special?
Unfortunately, this secret menu is only applicable to Starbucks stores in the USA.
However, the good news is that all of these secret menu items can be recreated (or “hacked”) at any Starbucks store throughout Australia. All you need is to know what to order.
This article will give you details about the top items on this menu list and exactly how you should go about ordering them from your Starbucks restaurant.
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So here are Top 5 hidden menu hacks that you can create yourself:
1. Red Velvet Frappuccino
This invention brings as one, two of our most cherished tastes – raspberry and chocolate. It’s a simple creation, so your barista shouldn’t have any trouble knocking one up for you.
Start by asking for a Mocha Frappuccino. On top of this, you add Rasberry syrup and then finish it off with some delicious whipped cream.
Finally, add some red sprinkles on top to suit. It’s a delightful and refreshing creation from the Starbucks Hidden Menu that you can recreate yourself right here in Australia.
2. Ferrero Rocher Frappuccino
This recipe is for the dedicated chocolate lovers in the area. It brings a triple dose of all the unique chocolate recipes at the Starbucks chain.
As one of the most famous items on the Starbucks Hidden Menu list, here is a method to hack your very own version.
To create this, begin by ordering a Chocolate Frappuccino for yourself; drop in some delicious Choc Chips. To that, you will then add yourself a generous dose of Mocha Syrup (we like to go for three pumps for the Grande size).
Now it’s time to go to stage three of your chocolate supply by adding a small spoon of Hazelnut Syrup (1 – 1.5 pumps for the Grande size).
Finally, finalize your invention by adding a generous topping of whipped cream. If you want to go all out for this one, you can add Nutmeg powder or Mocha drizzle on top.
3. Oreo Frappucino
This recipe is also sometimes known as the Cream Frappuccino and Cookies by Starbucks patrons.
To kick things off, order for yourself a Double Chocolate Chip Frappuccino. Next, you can ask your barista to add in some chocolate cookie chunks and mix them around to disperse them evenly.
The next ingredient to go in is the White Mocha Sauce. Finally, finish it off with some whipped cream (if you love chocolate, you could even go for the chocolate whipped cream option).
The result of this Secret Menu hack is a delicious chocolate taste that’s finished off deliciously with cookie texture thoroughly blended. I’m in chocolate heaven!
4. Banana Split Frappuccino
This recipe steers away from the chocolate specials and features more fruit-based specials that are equally enticing and delicious.
To get things moving with this Starbucks Secret Menu unique creation, start by ordering a Creme & Strawberries Frappuccino as the base of your drink.
To this, you may add extra add-ins such as choc chips, a whole banana, vanilla bean powder, and Lightly mix them all. Then as a topping, add generously some whipped cream, accompanied by a duo of Caramel Syrup drizzled and Mocha on top.
If you are a sweet and refreshing drink lover, then this hidden item’s strawberry and the banana recipe will be a good treat for you.
5. Cotton Candy Frappuccino
If you like your drinks pink and frilly, you’re going to enjoy this recipe. It’s pink and sweet, but not so much that it’s overpowering.
I’ll have to say that while there are some exciting items on the Starbucks Secret Menu list that you can create your menu hacks for locations anywhere in Australia, this particular one is my all-time favourite.
To make one for yourself, ask the barista to blend you up a Vanilla Frappuccino to which you add a little Rasberry Syrup (we found that 1.5 pumps of Raspberry Syrup for the Grande size is just the right amount) and then blend.
The outcome will be a light and tasty frappuccino that has a beautiful pink colour to it. Add yourself a plain whipped cream on top, and blend it in with a drizzle of strawberry cookies on top together with swirls of some raspberry syrup.
If you’re searching for something refreshing and light, this would be my top recommendation.
Other Hidden Menu Items
These recipes combinations are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Starbucks menu list hacks. In reality, you are only limited by your imagination.
So, now that we’ve run you through our top five, which is your favourite?
Have you tried any others that you liked which isn’t on this list of recipes?
Put it down in the comments and let us know all about it. We’d love3 to hear from you.