You Can Get A Kid-Friendly Elf On The Shelf Frappuccino at Starbucks

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We made a Christmas wish, and it came true! This is the BEST team collaboration we’ve ever worked on.

I present to you, the (Inspired) ELF ON THE SHELF FRAPPUCCINO.

this kid-friendly Elf On The Shelf Frappuccino is a sweet strawberry treat

Of course, you will have to order this drink special, because it isn’t on the Starbucks menu.

Based on this little guy, right here, this drink is a little mischievous, a little sweet, and a whole lot good. SO GOOD!!

this mischievious christmas icon inspired us to create the Elf On The Shelf Frappuccino
Via Elf On The Shelf

This drink is layered with strawberry puree on the bottom …

the Elf On The Shelf Frappuccino is layered with strawberry puree

Vanilla in the middle, with just a touch of peppermint …

the Elf On The Shelf Frappuccino is a vanilla bean frappuccino with straberry puree and whipped cream

And a creamy whipped topping, drizzled with more strawberry puree on the top.

the Elf On The Shelf Frappuccino is layered with sweet strawberry puree and vanilla bean frappuccino

This tastes just like a candy cane, but doesn’t smack you in the face with peppermint flavor!

Closer to the holidays, Starbucks usually has a candy cane crunch topping. It isn’t the holidays yet, so I improvised.

I smashed up a candy cane and sprinkled it on top!

we created the Elf On The Shelf Frappuccino from the starbucks secret menu and it's a kid-friendly sweet treat

Just like this.

sweet strawberry and vanilla combine to make this sweet Elf On The Shelf Frappuccino from the Starbucks secret menu

Then I stuck the rest of the candy cane down the side, to make a pretty garnish that I could eat at the end!

layered vanilla and strawberry topped with whipped cream, drizzled with strawberry sauce

Here is how to order The Elf On The Shelf Frappuccino

Venti Vanilla Bean Frappuccino with 2 pumps of Peppermint syrup. Strawberry Puree on the bottom of the cup, with Whipped Cream and Strawberry Puree on top of the Frappuccino.

the Elf On The Shelf Frappuccino has a touch of peppermint combined with vanilla and strawberry

This drink is kid-friendly, though you won’t want to share. There is no caffeine, unless …

the Elf On The Shelf Frappuccino is made with a vanilla bean frappuccino, srawberry puree and a touch of peppermint for a fresh, Christmas touch

If you want to make your Elf On The Shelf Frappuccino a little naughty, add a shot of espresso, Affogato style (that means poured over the whipped cream). That elf will kick you right in the pants!

Elf on The Shelf Frappuccino

A little mischievous and a lot of sweet, this Elf On The Shelf Frappuccino is a kid-friendly Starbucks Secret Menu item you have to try! Here's how to order this sweet treat.
4.60 from 15 votes
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Course: Starbucks Secret Menu
Cuisine: Drink
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Additional Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 1
Calories: 736kcal
Author: Amanda


  • Vanilla Bean Frappuccino
  • 2 Pumps Peppermint Syrup
  • Strawberry Puree
  • Whipped Cream


  • Start by pudding a layer of strawberry puree on the bottom.
  • Next, pour the vanilla bean Frappuccino in (with the pumps of peppermint mixed in)
  • Top with whipped cream and strawberry puree.
  • Serve and enjoy!


Serving: 1 | Calories: 736kcal | Carbohydrates: 148g | Protein: 7g | Fat: 16g | Saturated Fat: 10g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 5g | Cholesterol: 52mg | Sodium: 121mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 118g
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  1. I know you aren’t meaning to, but you’re making the jobs of the baristas way harder than necessary. Can you at least tell them to order it by the recipe and not the name? These “secret menu” drinks are so stressful, especially when made viral… and especially when they’re very complicated.

    1. We’ve been adding recipe cards to the bottom of the posts. The baristas should just head over to our Starbucks category and bookmark it so they can pull up the awesomeness!

    2. We’ve actually been adding recipe cards to the bottom of the drinks on here at the request of the Baristas. I hope that helps!