18 Spooky Secret Menu Starbucks Drinks You’ll Crave This Halloween

Get your tricks—and your treats—this year with these secret menu Starbucks Halloween drinks!

We’ve already rolled out the recipes for the best secret menu fall drinks from Starbucks, but we won’t stop there. As we inch closer to the big day—fright fans might know we’re talking about Halloween—it’s time to start finding sippers that are more spooky than sweet. Lucky for you, the Starbucks secret menu does Halloween right.

From the Witch’s Brew Frappuccino to Candy Corn Cold Brew, we’re counting down our favorite Starbucks Halloween drinks. And trust us when we say these are so good it’s scary. Here’s what to add to your order this year!

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The Great Pumpkin Latte

It’s not Halloween without It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown! Celebrate with a viewing of the classic Peanuts movie and sip on this latte at a Great Pumpkin Halloween watch party!

How to order:

Ask for a Pumpkin Spice Latte, then request for half the pumpkin sauce to be replaced with toffee nut syrup. You can also change the base to a non-dairy base if needed. Keep in mind you can only get this as long as the PSL is available, so hurry!

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Zombie Frappuccino

The Zombie Frappuccino, which hit Starbucks menus for the first and last time in 2017, is a fan favorite we can’t stop craving every Halloween. Luckily, there’s a secret menu recipe that brings us back to the good ol’ days of sipping on zombie brains.

How to order:

Start with a Grande Green Tea Frappuccino, because what’s a zombie without that creepy green color?! Next, substitute the classic syrup for raspberry syrup, and top off your beverage with a dollop of whipped cream. Finally, ask your barista for some strawberry puree and dried strawberries on top to really pull together this frightful Frappuccino.

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Wednesday Addams Drink

Halloween’s spookiest sweetheart has a drink named after her on the Starbucks secret menu. This ghoulishly gorgeous sipper packs in cold foam and white mocha for a freaky sweet flavor that can’t be beaten.

How to order: 

As you’d expect, start with a Venti Cold Brew, then make it even darker with six total pumps of regular mocha sauce. Next, ask for a scoop of vanilla bean powder in the cold foam. What you’ll end up with is a black and white drink fit for an Addams. Yum!

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Jack-o’-Lantern Frappuccino

This freaky Frappuccino is inspired by a pumpkin—but don’t leave this drink out on the doorstep. You won’t want to miss out on any of this autumn indulgence.

How to order:

Begin your order with a Grande Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino. Ask the barista to include one scoop of java chips, then complete your drink with whipped cream and mocha drizzle on top.

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Werewolf Frappuccino

This furry Werewolf Frappuccino will have you howling at the moon at first sip, and it’s hands down one of our favorite Starbucks Halloween Frappucinos. It locks in all the whipped cream, mocha drizzle and strawberry you can handle, making the perfectly sweet pick-me-up your Halloween deserves.

How to order: 

Start with a Grande Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino with mocha only on the bottom of the cup. Skip the typical cookie crumble and mocha drizzle topping and opt for some whipped cream and strawberry puree to finish off your masterpiece instead.

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Frankenstein Frappuccino

Don’t worry; we know this drink is technically inspired by Frankenstein’s monster and not Frankenstein himself. Still, this recipe will turn any of your friends green with envy.

How to order:

This recipe starts with a Grande Green Tea Frappuccino base, but with peppermint instead of the classic syrup for a minty bite. Next, ask for a scoop of java chips, and complete your order with whipped cream and mocha drizzle.

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Witch’s Brew Frappuccino

The Witch’s Brew Frappuccino actually debuted in 2018, but unfortunately, it hasn’t made it back to the official Starbucks menu. On the bright side, you can easily recreate this Frappuccino with ingredients still available in-house.

How to order:

Order a Grande Vanilla Bean Frappuccino, then ask your barista to include one scoop of dried blackberries for that violet hue. Next, ask for one pump of raspberry, then, while it’s all blending, request a scoop of matcha at the bottom of your cup. This drink isn’t complete without a whipped cream topping and some matcha powder sprinkled on top.

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Jack Skellington Frappuccino

If The Nightmare Before Christmas is your go-to movie for an especially spooky Halloween, you’re in luck! Starbucks’ secret menu has all the freaky frozen drinks even Jack Skellington couldn’t turn down.

How to order: 

Order a Grande Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino and request one pump of chai syrup. If you’re craving a caffeine kick, add one shot of espresso, then have your barista paint the cup with mocha. Finally, top this Frappuccino with whipped cream and whole java chips.

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Sally Frappuccino

Of course, there’s no The Nightmare Before Christmas without Sally. This recipe looks almost as good as it tastes—and it looks pretty amazing. It’s the perfect thing to sip on while you get through the Nightmare Before Christmas sequel.

How to order: 

Begin with a Grande Vanilla Bean Frappuccino, then ask for a scoop of matcha powder to be blended in with your drink. Have the barista paint the cup in caramel drizzle, then complete the drink with whipped cream and dried strawberries on top. Your end result will be a murky green drink reminiscent of the Slytherin Frappuccino.

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Zero Frappuccino

This set of Frappuccinos isn’t complete without the ghostly canine companion. And don’t worry—we won’t be skimping on that pumpkin-shaped nose, either.

How to order: 

We’re going barking mad for this drink that starts with a Grande White Mocha Creme Frappuccino with a pump of peppermint syrup—more or less depending on your taste. You’ll want to finish this drink with strawberry puree on top but underneath the whipped cream. Finally, complete this Frappuccino with a dot of pumpkin syrup on top of the whipped cream, just like Zero’s little pumpkin nose!

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Oogie Boogie Frappuccino

Every great Halloween flick needs an even greater villain! That’s why we dug up the recipe for this ghoulish Oogie Boogie Frappuccino—it’ll have you shakin’ in your boots.

How to order: 

Begin with a White Mocha Frappuccino (with coffee, not the creme version), and ask for one scoop of java chips to be blended in. Next, ask the barista to spread whipped cream over the bottom of the cup, and hide some whole java chips beneath the whipped cream on top. Finally, sprinkle matcha powder and cookie crumbles over this drink to complete the creepy look.

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Candy Corn Cold Brew

Is it really Halloween if you’re not shoveling down classic Halloween treats? Say…candy corn? This decadent Candy Corn Cold Brew brings together your Starbucks obsession and your craving for all things sweet and spooky this year.

How to order: 

Start your order off with a Venti Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew, and have the vanilla syrup replaced with white mocha sauce. Next, request one pump of pumpkin sauce in your cold foam, and there you go.

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Dirty Werewolf Drink

We’ve covered quite a few cold drinks, so why don’t we try a hot one, instead? The Dirty Werewolf drink may not sound the most appetizing, but it’s paws-down one of our favorite Starbucks Halloween drinks.

How to order: 

Your base for this drink is a Grande hot Chai Tea Latte with two shots of espresso (aka, the dirty part of the Dirty Werewolf drink). Next, ask for one pump of cinnamon dolce, or more depending on your taste, and sprinkle the foamy finish with cinnamon dolce powder and a couple sweeps of caramel drizzle.

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Winifred Sanderson Frappuccino

It wouldn’t be Halloween without our favorite witchy trio, and of course, they’re on the Starbucks secret menu! First up is Winifred, as usual.

How to order: 

Get a Frappuccino fit for a witch by starting with a Grande Green Tea Frappuccino with a pump of white mocha. You won’t want to do more than one pump, or this Frappuccino may end up being too sweet. Finish this Frappuccino off with one pump of peppermint syrup, whipped cream and some crushed, dried strawberries.

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Mary Sanderson Frappuccino

Winifred isn’t complete without her right-hand witchy woman, Mary. This Frappuccino is so sweet, we can’t think of anyone else better suited for it.

How to order: 

Order a Grande Strawberries and Cream Frappuccino with one scoop of dried strawberries blended in. Instead of the classic sweetener, opt for one pump of white mocha, then request mocha drizzle and strawberry puree both on the bottom and top of this drink. For some extra zing, you can also request crushed, dried strawberries on top.

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Sarah Sanderson Frappuccino

This recipe has us running amok, amok, amok! Do Halloween right with the Sarah Sanderson Frappuccino that captured our hearts the same way she did on screen.

How to order: 

Order a Grande Violet Drink, aka a Very Berry Hibiscus Refresher, typically with coconut milk, and ask for extra dried blackberries and soy milk instead of coconut milk. Ask for this Frappuccino to be double blended, then finish it off with some whipped cream. Don’t forget the golden ginger powder to show off those golden locks, either!

Learn more about this trio of Hocus Pocus Frappuccinos.

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Starbucks Secret Menu Hocus Pocus Latte
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Hocus Pocus Latte

Want to get all of the trio in one? This sweet spiced pumpkin treat will remind you of all things witchy this Halloween, and remind you while the Sanderson sisters might be great individually, they’re best when they’re working together.

How to order: 

To order up this spooky treat, start with a Venti Iced Pumpkin Spice Latte, add two pumps of white mocha sauce and two pumps of apple brown sugar syrup and finish with extra caramel drizzle and cinnamon dolce topping.

This quartet is the perfect thing to offer up at your Halloween Hocus Pocus watch party!

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Fear Street Frappucino

It’s not Halloween without a healthy dose of our favorite children’s horror author! While we may love R.L Stine’s Goosebumps series, Fear Street is a close second in our books.

How to order: 

Order a Grande Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino, then add two pumps of funnel cake syrup for some sweetness. Finish it off with strawberry drizzle for that truly spooky blood-red topping.

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.