How do you Customize your Frappuccino® Blended Beverage?

Summer is finally heating up and many of you have already played around with all the different ways to customize your Frappuccino® Blended Beverage and discovered new favorites. But do you know about all the different ways you can customize your Frappuccino?! You can build your beverage completely from scratch or you can take an old favorite like Caramel Frappuccino® Blended Beverage or Strawberries and Crème Frappuccino® Blended Beverage and customize it with any of these options:

  • Choose Your Milk: Will it be nonfat, 2%, whole or soy?
  • Pick Your Coffee: Extra coffee? A shot of espresso. Decaf perhaps?
  • Lower Your Calories: Make it light or hold the whip?
  • Add the Fun Stuff: Drizzle? Chocolatey chips? Whipped cream?

We love hearing all the unique and wacky Frappuccino creations out there and so now we are giving you the chance to share your creation, make it famous and enter for a chance to win a prize. Just log on to Frappuccino.com to start creating and to view complete contest rules! Hurry up and share your creation as June 5 is the last day to submit entries!

After June 5, come back and vote for your favorites.

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    • sharkteeth
    • 6/4/2011 5:52 AM

    2% milk, coffee, hold the whip, drizzle. ; )

    • weightweight
    • 6/4/2011 3:23 PM

    I absolutely love the Mocha Coconut Light Frappuccino Blended Beverage. For those on Weight Watchers Points Plus program, it is only 6 points. It has nonfat milk and no whipped *****, but it is heavenly. When I took my first sip, I made an audible "Umm!" I had one yesterday for the first time, and today I had another. I told my barrista that it still had the "Umm!" Please try it. You will not be disappointed.

    • debra_short
    • 6/4/2011 8:51 PM

    Love this drink, especially here in Tucson, Arizona where the temperatures are just around 100. Can you please offer the Happy Hour again soon! Gotta Love it!

    • snappysf
    • 6/5/2011 2:28 PM

    I pray everyday that Starbucks will bring back the old coffee lite mix. I haven't had a Frap in over a year and I miss them so much. Please, please, please - how hard would it be to bring back the old formula. Keep the new stuff if you want, but add the old formula.

    • flute919
    • 6/5/2011 6:14 PM

    I tried a frappuccino with nonfat milk. It was ok, I didn't think it had that much coffee in it. It was my friend's drink. I usually get the fun stuff in my drinks, extra syrup, more coffee, whip, etc. I tried a frap with whole milk one time and thought it disgusting. Probably the old formula. I usually get 2% milk. I get nonfat milk when I get lattes. Favorite fraps so far? Mocha, mocha coconut, java chip, strawberries and *****, cafe vanilla, cinnamon dolce, all I can think of right now

    • reneelyn63
    • 6/6/2011 7:42 PM

    2%, shot of espresso, hold the whip and give me some drizzle baby :)

    • anabeladams
    • 6/7/2011 11:21 AM

    Always two things for sure: No whipped ***** and soy milk!!! I miss the Caffe Vanilla Frappuccinos where I'd ask for extra vanilla powder. Delish!!! :)

    • chervilant
    • 6/7/2011 9:20 PM

    I wish you would offer sugar free frapps.

    • MLMarr
    • 6/9/2011 1:07 PM

    Venti - Nonfat - 1 Pump Classic Syrup - 2 Pumps Peppermint Syrup - 4 Pumps Sugar Free Mocha Syrup - 3 Scoops Frappuccino® Chips - Extra Mocha Drizzle - Extra Chocolate Powder - Frappuccino Blended Drink

      • Ashlytry
      • 7/3/2011 2:50 AM

      In reply to: MLMarr

      What is classic syrup? If it's coffee then why don't you just order a coffee frap and then add what add ons you desire?

        • MLMarr
        • 11/15/2011 9:55 PM

        In reply to: Ashlytry

        No, it is the syrup used when creating the "Creme" drinks.

        • leboudreaux@ymail.com
        • 9/3/2013 6:33 PM

        In reply to: MLMarr

        No, it's actually the plain sweetener syrup used in the iced coffees and teas. It doesn't have a flavor, just plain sweetener. What is used in Creme fraps is called cream base. Coffe base is used in coffee fraps. I work there =]

    • denise2648
    • 6/10/2011 8:33 AM

    I tried to order more coconut flavour in my Mocha Coconut Light Frappuccino and all they did was put extra toatsed coconut on top.How can I order it to taste more coconut?

    • princessmedea
    • 6/11/2011 3:32 PM

    Wow, someone needs to watch the gallery on frappuccino.com. I jumped over there to check out some of the combos people came up with and was a bit surprised to see a giant f-word scrawled across the title of one. Not good to find when I'm sitting with my nephew.

      • Starbucks Starbucks
      • 6/14/2011 8:41 AM

      In reply to: princessmedea

      I'm so sorry this happened. We do have filters on the language used, and monitoring of our Frappuccino creations as well, but we must not have caught this in time. There is also the ability to flag creations should you run across something offensive. Once again, sincere apologies for the offensive Frappuccino creation.

    • yarnicles
    • 6/13/2011 3:29 PM

    The bestest frapuccino EVER is the Skinny Captain Crunch: Strawberries and Cream, nonfat milk, no whip, add Hazelnut syrup, and one scoop of protein to thicken it up nice. SO GOOD!

    • bnsstewart
    • 6/13/2011 10:49 PM

    Grande soy double espresso frappucino. They get it wrong about half the time but when its right it great.

    • pigpenkw
    • 6/14/2011 2:49 PM

    While I love the tastiness of these drink (my favorites are coffe frapp light, green tea frapp), I have a very hard time making sure the drinks I ordered come sugar-free. I don't know the recipe, but everytime I stated "no syrup/sugar, replaced with Splenda", I almost always caught the barista pumping "light syrup" into the drink; then I would be told that that's their "light frapps" recipes since I ordered a "light frapp"...SB needs to educate bari

      • rachyrei91
      • 6/18/2011 7:51 AM

      In reply to: pigpenkw

      The light syrup is sugar-free, just like Splenda

        • stacie1970
        • 6/13/2012 2:08 PM

        In reply to: rachyrei91

        No its not. A "light" Venti frapp has 38g of sugar, and its not from the milk, which only has 12 g per cup (at most there is a 1/2 c of milk in there). So thats 32 grams of sugar, which is from the "light" syrup. That is the equivalent of 8 teaspoons of sugar. Fact is there is no coffee in there, that's why they're called "blended beverage". They are selling us syrup. I have gained 6 lbs drinking Frapps, with "sugar-free" syrup (mocha, hazelnut, etc).

        • cockapoolee00@gmail.com
        • 5/13/2013 4:20 PM

        In reply to: stacie1970

        During Frappy Hours last week I ordered the Javachip without the base. I also get fewer pumps of mocha. For me, it's less sugar and more coffee, coffee, coffee and the Javachip taste is definitely there. It also seems like the ice melts slower, but I don't mind. I've achieved the goal of less-to-limited sugar.

      • Meggles62874
      • 7/18/2011 12:28 PM

      In reply to: pigpenkw

      The light syrup used is made with sugar and stevia,and it is needed to make the frappuccino have its consistancy. They can not replace that with splenda or the drink would not be made right and the texture would be all off. The matcha for the green tea has sugar in it as well. the tea leaves are groung with sugar so green tea lattes or frappuccinos could never be sugar free.

        • stacie1970
        • 6/13/2012 2:14 PM

        In reply to: Meggles62874

        Why can't they just blend coffee with ice and add milk (and syrup upon request)? I don't get that. I am literally "hooked" on these frapps that I thought were sugar free. And yes the texture WOULD be off, because you'd be drinking coffee instead of syrup!!! Even the "iced coffee" has syrup in it, but at least there's some coffee in there. WTF? I bet you 99% of people think that "frappucino" means frozen cappucino. Its not. Its just a milkshake.

        • leboudreaux@ymail.com
        • 9/3/2013 6:42 PM

        In reply to: stacie1970

        We have coffee in our fraps.. it's just a different roast called frap roast. we pump it into the cup. You can also ask for espresso instead of the frap roast if you don't like it. The syrup base is added to make it creamier.

      • mlpantaro
      • 1/4/2013 9:17 PM

      In reply to: pigpenkw

      Absolutely true!!! Bartenders at Starbucks do not care about screwing us the customers by making us believe that we have got what we ordered. LIGHT is not necessarily Sugar free.
      Starbucks and the tenders shuld be more cautious on this issue, because some people CAN'T take sugar for medical reasons!!!!!

      • leboudreaux@ymail.com
      • 9/3/2013 6:41 PM

      In reply to: pigpenkw

      That's unfortunate. What they should've told you is that no frappicino can be completely sugar free. You'd have to get just an iced beverage instead. The light syrup we put in is the frap BASE, and if you don't put it, the the texture is off and it's just not that good. It tastes icy instead of creamy. If you are that concerned about the sugar content, get an iced green tea latte with nonfat milk and a sugar free syrup instead of the classic syrup, or an iced skinny latter, something like that.

    • sharkteeth
    • 6/17/2011 6:26 PM

    I don't know the right place to ask this question for I can't hear on the phone. I wonder when the Trenda size will come in Ohio?? Smiles.

    • leeleemia
    • 6/20/2011 4:21 PM

    Want a healthier frap or hot tea that will give you energy to go all day. Try the chai tea double pump latte or frap with matcha tea, nonfat with cinnamon on top. All the spices gets your body revved and in the winter super warms you up. Yes the syrups are high in sugar but all the spices are antioxidants and gives you a lot of energy. And the taste of the chai and matcha are an awakening to your tongue. Very tasty and yummy!!!!!

    • Dmtimm1
    • 6/22/2011 10:36 AM

    I love your chai tea lattes and fraps, but I cannot not have caffeine :-(. WHEN will you make a decaf version?

      • 6555jeni
      • 2/19/2014 12:48 PM

      In reply to: Dmtimm1

      Decaf doesn't mean there is NO caffeine so be careful when ordering if you cannot have ANY...Maybe this link will help. All decaf has traces of caffeine. Also, it's not a very safe process either... http://www.webmd.com/diet/news/20061011/decaf-coffee-isnt-caffeine-free

    • tatala1126
    • 6/23/2011 9:55 PM

    I love a grande green tea frapp with a pump of peppermint syrup. Light, refreshing, it's a real pick-me-up, especially after a rough day at the job. I also love a coconut creme frapp with strawberry sauce drizzle. Sweet....

    • Anitalebeau
    • 6/23/2011 10:00 PM

    I'm ordering a caramel frappuccino with extra coffee and they charge me 50 cents more, for coffee?? Is this correct, I'm really confused and I'm a rewards customer.

    • mbaltovski0601
    • 6/26/2011 12:11 PM

    What does it mean to make a frap light? Sorry... i'm a novice :-)

      • starbucks starbucks
      • 6/27/2011 11:03 AM

      In reply to: mbaltovski0601

      @mbaltovski0601 - you can order a lighter version of your frappuccino. The base for the light frappuccino is made with stevia and has less calories.

        • mbaltovski0601
        • 6/28/2011 8:00 AM
        • jgk123
        • 7/14/2011 9:10 AM

        In reply to: starbucks

        Do you mean that the light frappuccino base is made with a natural sweetner and not artificial sweetners? Is it a mixture of Stevia and sugar (because I see that the carb content implies that some sugar is used)? I have limited my light frappuccinos because I assumed they had artificial sweetners! Confirmation that they are all natural would ease my mind! :)

        • moises07
        • 7/25/2011 3:03 PM

        In reply to: jgk123

        They already gave you confirmation:

        starbucks starbucks
        11:03 AM on 6/27/2011

        In reply to: mbaltovski0601

        @mbaltovski0601 - you can order a lighter version of your frappuccino. The base for the light frappuccino is made with stevia and has less calories.

        • stacie1970
        • 6/13/2012 2:17 PM

        In reply to: starbucks

        Yes but 38 g of sugar. Or 8 teaspoons. Who on earth would knowingly put 8 teaspoons of sugar in their coffee??? Oh wait, there is no coffee in a frappucino.

    • Beaboo21
    • 6/29/2011 9:44 AM

    I get a light grande java chip extra coffee with soy no whip.. I get soy with all my drinks.. Soy in any latte drink is superb.. In my opinion!

      • karadog@textnow.org
      • 6/20/2014 9:31 PM

      In reply to: Beaboo21

      Thanks but my personal fav is the Carmel and cotton candy and the cookie crumble frappe but we r all different and we all like different things

    • jarrodr126
    • 7/7/2011 12:11 PM

    the works! anything they wanna put on top is good

    • Retiretrek
    • 7/10/2011 4:58 PM

    Just curious. Fewer calories..light frap or one made with non. Fat milk?

    • onlymeaka
    • 7/13/2011 3:26 AM

    I agree bring back the old blend for fraps. I learned how to make them at home that tastes ten times closer than the stuff that is used now. Check my gold card use last year from jan to april and after that until now. BIG difference.

    • bigraj
    • 7/13/2011 10:17 AM

    I still miss the Chocolate Brownie Frap that was available when I first started going to Starbucks several years ago (before there were any stand-alone locations in town), but the Java Chip w/caramel (no whip) Frap ain't a bad substitute.

    • ajasgma
    • 7/16/2011 5:33 PM

    mocha frap light with an add shot and a banana blended in - grande in a venti cup

    • skinnygreentea
    • 7/20/2011 2:35 PM

    grande soy caramel frapp with protein- fav :) - even though they usually use regular milk and I have to reject it because I'm lactose intolerant.

    • chellecakes
    • 7/25/2011 9:26 AM

    My favorite has to be an Espresso frapp. Other than that, Strawberries & Cream with Toffee Nut syrup tastes exactly like Crunch Berries. Try it!

    • ElinaO
    • 7/27/2011 9:00 AM

    Hot Vanilla Roibus Latte = best thing ever!

    • pippin26
    • 8/2/2011 11:06 AM

    A light green tea frapp is made with low fat milk but still with sugar.

    • prodive21
    • 9/12/2011 2:20 PM

    If I want a mocha frap made SUPER-chocolaty, what should I order?!

    • Ohsnapishxmeygan
    • 1/20/2012 3:54 PM

    I always wanted to customized but I'm scared they'll charge me more than a regular frappucino because as a starbucks member (I'm a gold card member) you get free customizations right? They ring you up as the price on all the add-ons but is it actually the correct price when they deduct it from your card?

    Maybe I'll try a Grande Caramel Brulee soy chocolate chip whip frappucino. If they don't have the available syrups or ingredients for the summer then I'll just do a mocha.

    • Xxbageanxx
    • 2/23/2012 3:25 PM

    Sugar free, Soy, Green Tea Frap, no whip - so yummy. There seems to be much debate about the powder contaning sugar and weather melon syrup is still added when u ask for sugar free. Im just looking for the healthiest version of the drink.

    • sage13
    • 3/17/2012 12:50 AM

    Gosh its been so long ago ... But they had a blackberry green tea frapp ? I just remember some kind of berry gosh I wish they would bring it back !!!

    • pennymcintosh
    • 3/17/2012 5:24 AM

    "Shamrock-GreenTea Frapp"
    Venti Green Tea Frapp
    2 pumps simple syrup
    2 pumps peppermint syrup
    Whip
    YUM
    _______
    Skinny version-
    Venti - Green Tea Frapp
    2 pumps SF Peppermint syrup
    skim milk
    1/2 the whip
    ______
    Chocolate chip version
    Venti Green Tea Frapp
    2 pumps Peppermint - or 2 pumps SF Peppermint
    2 pumps simple syrup -or not if you want a lighter version
    chocolate chips
    whip/ drizzled with chocolate
    ________________
    Green Tea Frapp is loaded with protein

    • mommawen
    • 4/4/2012 5:10 AM

    Im on the hcg diet but can have all the coffee I want! But I need milk and sometimes I like a little flavor...non fat milk I can have 1 tablespoon a day..stevia is the only sweetener I can use...what do your sugar free syrups use? ?? Splenda??

    • CARMELA2901
    • 4/24/2012 6:59 AM

    IT I MISS THE MOCHA VELENCIA IT HAD AN ORANGE FLAVOR TO IT

    • marisaee
    • 1/4/2013 4:23 PM

    I would like to know if someone can figure out the point value for a vente carmel frapp with 2 % whole milk with whip and extra carmel or known as drizzle. I have a hard time figuring it out. I would greatly appreciate it. I love my Starbucks that I go too. The employee's there are great and make me feel welcome and feels like I am part of a family.

    • dyhedderick
    • 3/13/2013 7:48 PM

    The "New" frap mix doesn't have much of a coffee flavor to it - liked the old recipe MUCH better! What went wrong there?? :(

    • amylynn442
    • 4/21/2013 7:18 PM

    I love the Carmel hazelnut frappuccino! I get it with skim milk, Carmel drizzle in the cup, whip cream with hazelnut drizzle! It's so yummy!

    • amylynn442
    • 4/21/2013 7:25 PM

    I just love my Starbucks! I worked for them for a month. Long enough to get addicted. I'm not even a coffee drinker. I love the white chocolate mocha frappuccino, the Carmel frappuccino, I always use skim milk to cut out the fat. to

    • Migs00099@gmail.com
    • 5/9/2013 5:26 PM

    Vanilla bean frap with 2pumps raspberry (cotton candy) 1 scoop frap chips and raspberry drizzle

    • 9katzz
    • 5/16/2013 9:09 AM

    we want MOCHA COCONUT back!!!!!!!!

    • megaredhead180@gmail.com
    • 6/2/2013 6:07 PM

    Does anyone know how to make the Cotton Candy Frap? And how many calories it is with skim milk?

    • ereedy8@gmail.com
    • 6/4/2013 9:26 AM

    Order a vanilla frap and put a couple pumps of raspberry in it and tada! There's your cotton candy frap!

    • bryant1114
    • 6/10/2013 8:40 AM

    I have had the captain crunch and it is great. This morning my co-workers and I took our starbuck trip and one of them got a Twix Frap. I want to try this one. BUT....another friend of mine told me about the Starburst. Is this true or even possible? Any ideas on how to make one?

    • GemmaMiddleton99
    • 6/13/2013 1:15 PM

    Soy Grande Hazelnut Frappuccino, two shots (double), 1 pump toffee nut syrup, light whip and extra drizzle

    • beccaladkinson@yahoo.com
    • 7/8/2013 6:36 PM

    Does anyone know if the "secret starbucks menu" is real?

    • cahald
    • 4/30/2014 1:44 PM

    I've just tried a Frapp today. Is it the Frapp base that contributes the bulk
    of the sugar? I looked at the nutritional info and was surprised how much
    sugar there was as I thought a Frapp was just coffee, ice, a little milk and flavor.
    But after reading here and doing a little research it looks like there is another
    ingredient - Frappacino Base and that it contributes the bulk of the sugar.
    Can someone confirm?

    • tay_101157@hotmail.com
    • 7/8/2014 3:07 AM

    tall soy or nonfat mocha frapp with a pump of hazelnut and no whip for me please :)

    • edengrey@gmx.com
    • 9/18/2014 12:55 AM

    I love whipped cream.

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