Of Course There’s a Secret-Menu Barbie Frappuccino at Starbucks

Of Course There’s a Secret-Menu Barbie Frappuccino at Starbucks

If you’ve ever wondered what Barbie’s go-to coffee order is, Starbucks’s bright pink Barbie Frappuccino may be the answer. The secret-menu item has been popping up on TikTok and immediately caught our eye. Saturated with more pink than the Barbie Dreamhouse, the strawberry dragonfruit drink is mixed with vanilla créme and topped with whipped cream for a treat that looks like it roller-bladed straight out of Barbie Land. If anything about Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie” movie would have made Margot Robbie’s Stereotypical Barbie more believable, it would have been a scene where she pulls into the Starbucks drive-thru and orders a grande Barbie Frappuccino — extra whip, of course.

To order the Starbucks Barbie Frappuccino, ask for a vanilla bean créme Frappuccino with half-and-half instead of milk. Next, add three pumps of vanilla syrup, two pumps of strawberry purée, and dragonfruit. Ask for whipped cream and extra dragonfruit on top, and voilà! For Barbie fans on social media who have already tried the drink, the reviews have largely been positive. “Hands down the best drink from Starbucks,” one TikTok user wrote. Other customers claimed the Frappuccino is too sweet and it’s OK to skip the additional vanilla syrup.

The same way there are multiple Barbie characters, there are also multiple ways to order a Barbie Frappuccino. Customize the drink by swapping the dehydrated dragonfruit topping for dehydrated strawberry or add a drizzle of chocolate syrup. You can even add a dash of vanilla powder or chocolate curls if you’re feeling creative. Either way, we think this is a drink that all of Barbie Land — Kens and Allan included — would love to sip on the beach or on the way to their mojo dojo casa houses.

While much about Barbie Land seems too good to be true, this treat is definitely the exception. Ahead, take a sneak peek at the Starbucks Barbie Frappuccino and see what fans have to say about the sweet drink.

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