Can I Freeze a Bottled Starbucks Frappuccino?

This genius hack means you can have Frappuccinos on demand.

Who doesn’t love an ice-cold Starbucks Frappuccino? (That’s a rhetorical question.) Well, now you can whip one up from the comfort of your own home—and it’s ridiculously easy to do. You’ll need a bottled Frap and a freezer.

This clever hack recently went viral over on TikTok, and it might be tied with whipped coffee for our favorite at-home coffee treat.

Can I Freeze a Starbucks Frappuccino?

Absolutely. Turning your bottled Frappuccino into the real deal couldn’t be easier. Pop the bottle into your freezer and leave it for no more than two hours. Then, take it out and give it a few good shakes. Voila! You have instant blended icy goodness.

Here’s a closer look at the Frappuccino magic:

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Pour it into a glass and top with whipped cream and chocolate syrup for the full experience.

Is This Safe?

There’s one thing to keep in mind: freezing may crack the glass bottle. The simplest way to avoid a cracked glass disaster is to not leave the bottle in the freezer too long. For the average freezer, that’s two hours tops. Set a timer, set an alarm—whatever you gotta do!

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Camille Berry
With nearly a decade of freelancing under her belt (six with Taste of Home), Camille regularly taps into her background to write about about all things food and drink. Part of the third generation in a family of restaurateurs, Camille was born with a passion for cooking and food. She embarked on a career in hospitality where she excelled as a sommelier and wine director. This hospitality experience has given her a wealth of first-hand knowledge about how to pair all manner of drinks with food—plus some serious kitchen skills. These days, she's hung up her wine key in favor of a keyboard and covers all aspects of food and drink.