Starbucks’ Secret Menu Has an Oogie Boogie Frappuccino—Here’s How to Order Yours

It's time to make a scene! The Oogie Boogie Frappuccino is extra spooky—and extra delicious.

Fall is officially in the building, and you know what that means! It’s time to curl up in front of the TV and binge your favorite Halloween flicks one by one, starting with The Nightmare Before Christmas. Of course, movie night isn’t complete without some sweet treats, and what’s better than sipping on a Jack Skellington Frappuccino while you watch the Pumpkin King himself save your favorite holiday?

We’ll tell you what’s better—the Oogie Boogie Frappuccino from Starbucks’ secret menu! It’s as sweet as it is spooky and just the thing to kick off fall right.

How to Order an Oogie Boogie Frappuccino

Start your order off with a White Mocha Frappuccino with java chips blended in to create that crunchy (and creamy) consistency. Next, you’ll want to ask your barista to spread whipped cream over the bottom of the cup, then pour your blended bevvie on top. Finish this creepy creation with a few whole java chips hidden under another layer of whipped cream, then sprinkle matcha powder and mocha cookie crumble toppings over it.

Because all of the ingredients for this masterpiece are available at Starbucks at any given time, the Oogie Boogie Frappuccino isn’t just a Halloween thing. Sorry, Sally Frappuccino—we’re sipping on a side of the Boogie Man all year round.

Keep Your Barista in Mind

Like all secret menu drinks, make sure you have the recipe pulled up before you head to the drive-thru. Starbucks baristas aren’t trained on secret menu drinks, so you may get a few sideways looks if you request an Oogie Boogie Frappuccino by name. The whole java chips in this recipe must be hidden under that whipped cream topping, too, so be sure to clarify that with your barista. You wouldn’t want to lose the element of surprise in this spooky sipper!

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Laurie Dixon
Having a passion for writing her whole life, Laurie joined the Taste of Home team to bring together her two favorite things—creative writing and food. She spends most of her time playing with her dog, drafting up short stories and, of course, trying out new recipes.