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How to Make A Starbucks Copycat Tie-Dye Frappuccino That Tastes Just Like Banana Laffy Taffy

Starbucks is so well known for having amazing limited time Frappuccinos. Take the Unicorn Frappuccino for example. At my store, we ran out of supplies within a few hours!

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If you want to learn how to make the Unicorn Frappuccino at home, be sure to check out our recipe for it! But today we are going to cover a different, short-lived amazing Frappuccino…the Tie-Dye Frappuccino!

The Tie-Dye Frappuccino launched in the summer of 2019 and did not last long at all. It was so aesthetically pleasing, it was hard not to buy one!

Most people were buying it just because it looked pretty, but my favorite part was that it tasted JUST like Banana Laffy Taffy. (The only flavor I like!)

But all good things must come to an end. Our store didn’t have this for more than a week and it was gone before we knew it. But not to worry, we’re here to help!

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Here’s how to make this amazing drink from home! It is way easier than it looks so not to worry! This would be a great project to do with your kids as well!

We also have an article about other Frappucinos you can do with your kiddos so be sure to check it out!

To make your own Tie-Dye Frappuccino, you will need to gather these ingredients:

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Pretty simple right? Not as intimidating as it looks. Just be sure to follow our instructions below on the best way to assemble this majestic drink.

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Grab yourself a blender and add 2 tbsp Banana Syrup, 1 cup ice, and 2 scoops vanilla ice cream (I personally prefer vanilla bean ice cream).

Blend until nice and smooth. Add more ice cream if you want a smoother texture.

You can also add actual slices of banana if you want even more of a creamy texture!

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Now grab your cup. You’re going to want to dampen the inner walls of your cup for your kool-aid powder to stick.

I usually just let a couple drops of water fall into the cup and swirl it all around. It doesn’t have to be much at all.

You’re going to want 3-4 different kool-aid powders.

My choices were blue, purple, orange, and green. You can modify this however you’d like.

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Sprinkle a pinch of each color around the cup. Don’t get too crazy or it’ll start looking muddy. A little bit goes a long way!

Once you have sprinkled your kool-aid powders around the cup, add the mixture from your blender.

You’ll then add whip cream, and sprinkle some more of the kool-aid powders and you’ll have your very own homemade Tie-Dye Frappuccino!

We hope you enjoy and be sure to comment below what drink you want us to make next! Be sure to check out our S’mores Fappuccino  and Cake Batter Frappuccino recipes as well!

Ingredients

  • 2 tbsp Banana Syrup
  • 2 scoops Vanilla Ice Cream
  • 3-4 different colored Kool-Aid Powder (I like purple, blue, orange, and green)
  • Whipped Cream
  • 1 cup Ice

Instructions

  1. Grab yourself a blender and add 2 tbsp Banana Syrup, 1 cup ice, and 2 scoops vanilla ice cream (I personally prefer vanilla bean ice cream).
  2. Blend until nice and smooth. Add more ice cream if you want a smoother texture. You can also add actual slices of banana if you want even more of a creamy texture!
  3. Now grab your cup. You’re going to want to dampen the inner walls of your cup for your kool-aid powder to stick. I usually just let a couple drops of water fall into the cup and swirl it all around. It doesn’t have to be much at all.
  4. Sprinkle a pinch of each color around the cup. Don’t get too crazy or it’ll start looking muddy. A little bit goes a long way!
  5. Add the contents of your blender to your cup.
  6. Top with whip cream and more kool-aid powder.
  7. Enjoy!
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