This Christmas Cookie Frappuccino Will Make You Wish You Could Order by the Dozen

It's never too early for Christmas cookies, right?

Just because it’s not quite winter yet doesn’t mean we can’t look forward to Christmas! Even though we wish the Starbucks holiday menu was around all year, it will be a month or two before winter drinks are revealed. But there is one way to enjoy out-of-season drinks—the Starbucks secret menu, of course.

Here’s how to order a Christmas Cookie Frappuccino at Starbucks right now.

How to Order the Christmas Cookie Frappuccino

It’s not quite Halloween, but it’s never too early to start preparing for Christmas. I mean, I’ve been thinking about these Froot Loops Candy Canes since June. Let’s dive into our new favorite Frappuccino for this holiday season.

First, you’ll want to order a Grande Frappuccino with creme base. Next, ask for one and a half pumps of peppermint syrup. After that, you’ll ask for one and a half pumps of toffee nut syrup. Blend it all together, top with whipped cream and finish with a single raw sugar packet.

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If you like more or less of a particular flavor, feel free to change the recipe up to meet your standards. The best part about building your own Frappuccino is…you’re never wrong!

Editor’s Tip: If you’re a fan of caramel, ask the barista to drizzle the inside of the cup with caramel sauce for extra sweetness.

Time to Order ASAP

You can order the Christmas Cookie Frappuccino any time for year, so it’s the perfect way to spread holiday cheer, even as we’re impatiently waiting for the 2020 Starbucks holiday menu. Will our beloved Gingerbread Latte make a comeback? I sure hope so! Take a look at the Starbucks 2020 holiday merch preview in the meantime, and maybe play a Christmas song or two.

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