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Just in time for Halloween, get your green frappe on with this secret menu item

Will you turn green with envy if you don’t get yours?

Raise the dead, or simply raise your spirits, with this season’s Starbucks “secret” Halloween menu item: the Franken Frappuccino. An alarming shade of spearmint green, the Franken Frappuccino is temporarily pushing out the pumpkin spice latte as the seasonal favorite. Just like the mythical monster himself, this Franken-treat is a mash-up of various Starbucks ingredients: ask for the Franken Frappuccino and you’ll get a green tea Frappuccino with peppermint syrup, white chocolate sauce, and java chips, topped with whipped cream and mocha drizzle.

Unlike many Starbucks secret menu items, this one probably won’t make your barista mad, because Starbucks is even promoting it (unlike the Berry Captain Crunch frappe that we know you’ve tried once or twice). You can get it from now until Halloween for just $3 for a Grande. And we can honestly only think of one other green treat we want even more than the Franken Frap, and unfortunately, Reptar bars are fictional.

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Joanna Fantozzi is an Associate Editor with The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @JoannaFantozzi


Starbucks New Frappuccino Tastes Like Funnel Cake—Here's How to Make Your Order Healthier

Here are some dietitian-approved tips to cut down on the sugar and calories in your drink.

With the weather warming up and COVID-19 restrictions easing, I&aposm feeling ready to let loose a bit and enjoy time outside. Starbucks tapped into that summer energy with their latest beverage, the Funnel Cake Frappuccino.

"We wanted to capture the joy of this time of year, and we thought about those simple pleasures that really encapsulate summer," said Sara Bennett, senior product developer for Starbucks R&D team. "That led us to state fairs and funnel cake—just wanting to channel that sense of carefree fun."

The new beverage launched on May 11th in the U.S. and Canada and is supposed to evoke a day at the fair. The drink features juicy strawberry puree, whipped cream layered with blended frappuccino roast coffee, ice and topped with crunchy funnel cake pieces dusted with powdered sugar. Yum! 

As tasty as this sounds, it&aposs no secret that many Starbucks beverages are pretty loaded with sugar and empty calories. (Here are 10 Starbucks Drinks That Have Less Than 10 Grams of Sugar.) And while there&aposs nothing wrong with treating yourself from time to time, I asked dietitian Lisa Valente, M.S., RD and nutrition editor at EatingWell, for a few tips on how to enjoy the new Funnel Cake Frappuccino while reducing its added sugar and carbs.

Size matters, so consider ordering a small (or tall as they say at Starbucks), Valente says. There are 290 calories in the tall Funnel Cake Frappuccino versus 500 in the venti. The smaller drink also saves you 33g of sugar compared to a large. However, it won&apost be a huge surprise that this dessert-flavored drink still clocks 35g (or about 9tsp) of added sugar, which is more than the American Heart Association recommends per day for women. 

"Don&apost be afraid to customize your order to cut down on sugar even more," adds Valente. Consider skipping the whipped cream if it&aposs not your favorite or ask for a smaller amount. The added syrups are also a big culprit for added sugar so don&apost be afraid to decrease the number of syrup pumps they add. You can customize these requests in the app if you order ahead or just nicely ask your barista.

All in all, we can&apost wait to treat ourselves to this tasty new menu addition on a hot summer day! But we&aposll definitely keep it to a once in a while treat, just like the funnel cake it&aposs inspired by, and try our healthier whipped drink recipes to cool down on a sunny day.


Starbucks New Frappuccino Tastes Like Funnel Cake—Here's How to Make Your Order Healthier

Here are some dietitian-approved tips to cut down on the sugar and calories in your drink.

With the weather warming up and COVID-19 restrictions easing, I&aposm feeling ready to let loose a bit and enjoy time outside. Starbucks tapped into that summer energy with their latest beverage, the Funnel Cake Frappuccino.

"We wanted to capture the joy of this time of year, and we thought about those simple pleasures that really encapsulate summer," said Sara Bennett, senior product developer for Starbucks R&D team. "That led us to state fairs and funnel cake—just wanting to channel that sense of carefree fun."

The new beverage launched on May 11th in the U.S. and Canada and is supposed to evoke a day at the fair. The drink features juicy strawberry puree, whipped cream layered with blended frappuccino roast coffee, ice and topped with crunchy funnel cake pieces dusted with powdered sugar. Yum! 

As tasty as this sounds, it&aposs no secret that many Starbucks beverages are pretty loaded with sugar and empty calories. (Here are 10 Starbucks Drinks That Have Less Than 10 Grams of Sugar.) And while there&aposs nothing wrong with treating yourself from time to time, I asked dietitian Lisa Valente, M.S., RD and nutrition editor at EatingWell, for a few tips on how to enjoy the new Funnel Cake Frappuccino while reducing its added sugar and carbs.

Size matters, so consider ordering a small (or tall as they say at Starbucks), Valente says. There are 290 calories in the tall Funnel Cake Frappuccino versus 500 in the venti. The smaller drink also saves you 33g of sugar compared to a large. However, it won&apost be a huge surprise that this dessert-flavored drink still clocks 35g (or about 9tsp) of added sugar, which is more than the American Heart Association recommends per day for women. 

"Don&apost be afraid to customize your order to cut down on sugar even more," adds Valente. Consider skipping the whipped cream if it&aposs not your favorite or ask for a smaller amount. The added syrups are also a big culprit for added sugar so don&apost be afraid to decrease the number of syrup pumps they add. You can customize these requests in the app if you order ahead or just nicely ask your barista.

All in all, we can&apost wait to treat ourselves to this tasty new menu addition on a hot summer day! But we&aposll definitely keep it to a once in a while treat, just like the funnel cake it&aposs inspired by, and try our healthier whipped drink recipes to cool down on a sunny day.


Starbucks New Frappuccino Tastes Like Funnel Cake—Here's How to Make Your Order Healthier

Here are some dietitian-approved tips to cut down on the sugar and calories in your drink.

With the weather warming up and COVID-19 restrictions easing, I&aposm feeling ready to let loose a bit and enjoy time outside. Starbucks tapped into that summer energy with their latest beverage, the Funnel Cake Frappuccino.

"We wanted to capture the joy of this time of year, and we thought about those simple pleasures that really encapsulate summer," said Sara Bennett, senior product developer for Starbucks R&D team. "That led us to state fairs and funnel cake—just wanting to channel that sense of carefree fun."

The new beverage launched on May 11th in the U.S. and Canada and is supposed to evoke a day at the fair. The drink features juicy strawberry puree, whipped cream layered with blended frappuccino roast coffee, ice and topped with crunchy funnel cake pieces dusted with powdered sugar. Yum! 

As tasty as this sounds, it&aposs no secret that many Starbucks beverages are pretty loaded with sugar and empty calories. (Here are 10 Starbucks Drinks That Have Less Than 10 Grams of Sugar.) And while there&aposs nothing wrong with treating yourself from time to time, I asked dietitian Lisa Valente, M.S., RD and nutrition editor at EatingWell, for a few tips on how to enjoy the new Funnel Cake Frappuccino while reducing its added sugar and carbs.

Size matters, so consider ordering a small (or tall as they say at Starbucks), Valente says. There are 290 calories in the tall Funnel Cake Frappuccino versus 500 in the venti. The smaller drink also saves you 33g of sugar compared to a large. However, it won&apost be a huge surprise that this dessert-flavored drink still clocks 35g (or about 9tsp) of added sugar, which is more than the American Heart Association recommends per day for women. 

"Don&apost be afraid to customize your order to cut down on sugar even more," adds Valente. Consider skipping the whipped cream if it&aposs not your favorite or ask for a smaller amount. The added syrups are also a big culprit for added sugar so don&apost be afraid to decrease the number of syrup pumps they add. You can customize these requests in the app if you order ahead or just nicely ask your barista.

All in all, we can&apost wait to treat ourselves to this tasty new menu addition on a hot summer day! But we&aposll definitely keep it to a once in a while treat, just like the funnel cake it&aposs inspired by, and try our healthier whipped drink recipes to cool down on a sunny day.


Starbucks New Frappuccino Tastes Like Funnel Cake—Here's How to Make Your Order Healthier

Here are some dietitian-approved tips to cut down on the sugar and calories in your drink.

With the weather warming up and COVID-19 restrictions easing, I&aposm feeling ready to let loose a bit and enjoy time outside. Starbucks tapped into that summer energy with their latest beverage, the Funnel Cake Frappuccino.

"We wanted to capture the joy of this time of year, and we thought about those simple pleasures that really encapsulate summer," said Sara Bennett, senior product developer for Starbucks R&D team. "That led us to state fairs and funnel cake—just wanting to channel that sense of carefree fun."

The new beverage launched on May 11th in the U.S. and Canada and is supposed to evoke a day at the fair. The drink features juicy strawberry puree, whipped cream layered with blended frappuccino roast coffee, ice and topped with crunchy funnel cake pieces dusted with powdered sugar. Yum! 

As tasty as this sounds, it&aposs no secret that many Starbucks beverages are pretty loaded with sugar and empty calories. (Here are 10 Starbucks Drinks That Have Less Than 10 Grams of Sugar.) And while there&aposs nothing wrong with treating yourself from time to time, I asked dietitian Lisa Valente, M.S., RD and nutrition editor at EatingWell, for a few tips on how to enjoy the new Funnel Cake Frappuccino while reducing its added sugar and carbs.

Size matters, so consider ordering a small (or tall as they say at Starbucks), Valente says. There are 290 calories in the tall Funnel Cake Frappuccino versus 500 in the venti. The smaller drink also saves you 33g of sugar compared to a large. However, it won&apost be a huge surprise that this dessert-flavored drink still clocks 35g (or about 9tsp) of added sugar, which is more than the American Heart Association recommends per day for women. 

"Don&apost be afraid to customize your order to cut down on sugar even more," adds Valente. Consider skipping the whipped cream if it&aposs not your favorite or ask for a smaller amount. The added syrups are also a big culprit for added sugar so don&apost be afraid to decrease the number of syrup pumps they add. You can customize these requests in the app if you order ahead or just nicely ask your barista.

All in all, we can&apost wait to treat ourselves to this tasty new menu addition on a hot summer day! But we&aposll definitely keep it to a once in a while treat, just like the funnel cake it&aposs inspired by, and try our healthier whipped drink recipes to cool down on a sunny day.


Starbucks New Frappuccino Tastes Like Funnel Cake—Here's How to Make Your Order Healthier

Here are some dietitian-approved tips to cut down on the sugar and calories in your drink.

With the weather warming up and COVID-19 restrictions easing, I&aposm feeling ready to let loose a bit and enjoy time outside. Starbucks tapped into that summer energy with their latest beverage, the Funnel Cake Frappuccino.

"We wanted to capture the joy of this time of year, and we thought about those simple pleasures that really encapsulate summer," said Sara Bennett, senior product developer for Starbucks R&D team. "That led us to state fairs and funnel cake—just wanting to channel that sense of carefree fun."

The new beverage launched on May 11th in the U.S. and Canada and is supposed to evoke a day at the fair. The drink features juicy strawberry puree, whipped cream layered with blended frappuccino roast coffee, ice and topped with crunchy funnel cake pieces dusted with powdered sugar. Yum! 

As tasty as this sounds, it&aposs no secret that many Starbucks beverages are pretty loaded with sugar and empty calories. (Here are 10 Starbucks Drinks That Have Less Than 10 Grams of Sugar.) And while there&aposs nothing wrong with treating yourself from time to time, I asked dietitian Lisa Valente, M.S., RD and nutrition editor at EatingWell, for a few tips on how to enjoy the new Funnel Cake Frappuccino while reducing its added sugar and carbs.

Size matters, so consider ordering a small (or tall as they say at Starbucks), Valente says. There are 290 calories in the tall Funnel Cake Frappuccino versus 500 in the venti. The smaller drink also saves you 33g of sugar compared to a large. However, it won&apost be a huge surprise that this dessert-flavored drink still clocks 35g (or about 9tsp) of added sugar, which is more than the American Heart Association recommends per day for women. 

"Don&apost be afraid to customize your order to cut down on sugar even more," adds Valente. Consider skipping the whipped cream if it&aposs not your favorite or ask for a smaller amount. The added syrups are also a big culprit for added sugar so don&apost be afraid to decrease the number of syrup pumps they add. You can customize these requests in the app if you order ahead or just nicely ask your barista.

All in all, we can&apost wait to treat ourselves to this tasty new menu addition on a hot summer day! But we&aposll definitely keep it to a once in a while treat, just like the funnel cake it&aposs inspired by, and try our healthier whipped drink recipes to cool down on a sunny day.


Starbucks New Frappuccino Tastes Like Funnel Cake—Here's How to Make Your Order Healthier

Here are some dietitian-approved tips to cut down on the sugar and calories in your drink.

With the weather warming up and COVID-19 restrictions easing, I&aposm feeling ready to let loose a bit and enjoy time outside. Starbucks tapped into that summer energy with their latest beverage, the Funnel Cake Frappuccino.

"We wanted to capture the joy of this time of year, and we thought about those simple pleasures that really encapsulate summer," said Sara Bennett, senior product developer for Starbucks R&D team. "That led us to state fairs and funnel cake—just wanting to channel that sense of carefree fun."

The new beverage launched on May 11th in the U.S. and Canada and is supposed to evoke a day at the fair. The drink features juicy strawberry puree, whipped cream layered with blended frappuccino roast coffee, ice and topped with crunchy funnel cake pieces dusted with powdered sugar. Yum! 

As tasty as this sounds, it&aposs no secret that many Starbucks beverages are pretty loaded with sugar and empty calories. (Here are 10 Starbucks Drinks That Have Less Than 10 Grams of Sugar.) And while there&aposs nothing wrong with treating yourself from time to time, I asked dietitian Lisa Valente, M.S., RD and nutrition editor at EatingWell, for a few tips on how to enjoy the new Funnel Cake Frappuccino while reducing its added sugar and carbs.

Size matters, so consider ordering a small (or tall as they say at Starbucks), Valente says. There are 290 calories in the tall Funnel Cake Frappuccino versus 500 in the venti. The smaller drink also saves you 33g of sugar compared to a large. However, it won&apost be a huge surprise that this dessert-flavored drink still clocks 35g (or about 9tsp) of added sugar, which is more than the American Heart Association recommends per day for women. 

"Don&apost be afraid to customize your order to cut down on sugar even more," adds Valente. Consider skipping the whipped cream if it&aposs not your favorite or ask for a smaller amount. The added syrups are also a big culprit for added sugar so don&apost be afraid to decrease the number of syrup pumps they add. You can customize these requests in the app if you order ahead or just nicely ask your barista.

All in all, we can&apost wait to treat ourselves to this tasty new menu addition on a hot summer day! But we&aposll definitely keep it to a once in a while treat, just like the funnel cake it&aposs inspired by, and try our healthier whipped drink recipes to cool down on a sunny day.


Starbucks New Frappuccino Tastes Like Funnel Cake—Here's How to Make Your Order Healthier

Here are some dietitian-approved tips to cut down on the sugar and calories in your drink.

With the weather warming up and COVID-19 restrictions easing, I&aposm feeling ready to let loose a bit and enjoy time outside. Starbucks tapped into that summer energy with their latest beverage, the Funnel Cake Frappuccino.

"We wanted to capture the joy of this time of year, and we thought about those simple pleasures that really encapsulate summer," said Sara Bennett, senior product developer for Starbucks R&D team. "That led us to state fairs and funnel cake—just wanting to channel that sense of carefree fun."

The new beverage launched on May 11th in the U.S. and Canada and is supposed to evoke a day at the fair. The drink features juicy strawberry puree, whipped cream layered with blended frappuccino roast coffee, ice and topped with crunchy funnel cake pieces dusted with powdered sugar. Yum! 

As tasty as this sounds, it&aposs no secret that many Starbucks beverages are pretty loaded with sugar and empty calories. (Here are 10 Starbucks Drinks That Have Less Than 10 Grams of Sugar.) And while there&aposs nothing wrong with treating yourself from time to time, I asked dietitian Lisa Valente, M.S., RD and nutrition editor at EatingWell, for a few tips on how to enjoy the new Funnel Cake Frappuccino while reducing its added sugar and carbs.

Size matters, so consider ordering a small (or tall as they say at Starbucks), Valente says. There are 290 calories in the tall Funnel Cake Frappuccino versus 500 in the venti. The smaller drink also saves you 33g of sugar compared to a large. However, it won&apost be a huge surprise that this dessert-flavored drink still clocks 35g (or about 9tsp) of added sugar, which is more than the American Heart Association recommends per day for women. 

"Don&apost be afraid to customize your order to cut down on sugar even more," adds Valente. Consider skipping the whipped cream if it&aposs not your favorite or ask for a smaller amount. The added syrups are also a big culprit for added sugar so don&apost be afraid to decrease the number of syrup pumps they add. You can customize these requests in the app if you order ahead or just nicely ask your barista.

All in all, we can&apost wait to treat ourselves to this tasty new menu addition on a hot summer day! But we&aposll definitely keep it to a once in a while treat, just like the funnel cake it&aposs inspired by, and try our healthier whipped drink recipes to cool down on a sunny day.


Starbucks New Frappuccino Tastes Like Funnel Cake—Here's How to Make Your Order Healthier

Here are some dietitian-approved tips to cut down on the sugar and calories in your drink.

With the weather warming up and COVID-19 restrictions easing, I&aposm feeling ready to let loose a bit and enjoy time outside. Starbucks tapped into that summer energy with their latest beverage, the Funnel Cake Frappuccino.

"We wanted to capture the joy of this time of year, and we thought about those simple pleasures that really encapsulate summer," said Sara Bennett, senior product developer for Starbucks R&D team. "That led us to state fairs and funnel cake—just wanting to channel that sense of carefree fun."

The new beverage launched on May 11th in the U.S. and Canada and is supposed to evoke a day at the fair. The drink features juicy strawberry puree, whipped cream layered with blended frappuccino roast coffee, ice and topped with crunchy funnel cake pieces dusted with powdered sugar. Yum! 

As tasty as this sounds, it&aposs no secret that many Starbucks beverages are pretty loaded with sugar and empty calories. (Here are 10 Starbucks Drinks That Have Less Than 10 Grams of Sugar.) And while there&aposs nothing wrong with treating yourself from time to time, I asked dietitian Lisa Valente, M.S., RD and nutrition editor at EatingWell, for a few tips on how to enjoy the new Funnel Cake Frappuccino while reducing its added sugar and carbs.

Size matters, so consider ordering a small (or tall as they say at Starbucks), Valente says. There are 290 calories in the tall Funnel Cake Frappuccino versus 500 in the venti. The smaller drink also saves you 33g of sugar compared to a large. However, it won&apost be a huge surprise that this dessert-flavored drink still clocks 35g (or about 9tsp) of added sugar, which is more than the American Heart Association recommends per day for women. 

"Don&apost be afraid to customize your order to cut down on sugar even more," adds Valente. Consider skipping the whipped cream if it&aposs not your favorite or ask for a smaller amount. The added syrups are also a big culprit for added sugar so don&apost be afraid to decrease the number of syrup pumps they add. You can customize these requests in the app if you order ahead or just nicely ask your barista.

All in all, we can&apost wait to treat ourselves to this tasty new menu addition on a hot summer day! But we&aposll definitely keep it to a once in a while treat, just like the funnel cake it&aposs inspired by, and try our healthier whipped drink recipes to cool down on a sunny day.


Starbucks New Frappuccino Tastes Like Funnel Cake—Here's How to Make Your Order Healthier

Here are some dietitian-approved tips to cut down on the sugar and calories in your drink.

With the weather warming up and COVID-19 restrictions easing, I&aposm feeling ready to let loose a bit and enjoy time outside. Starbucks tapped into that summer energy with their latest beverage, the Funnel Cake Frappuccino.

"We wanted to capture the joy of this time of year, and we thought about those simple pleasures that really encapsulate summer," said Sara Bennett, senior product developer for Starbucks R&D team. "That led us to state fairs and funnel cake—just wanting to channel that sense of carefree fun."

The new beverage launched on May 11th in the U.S. and Canada and is supposed to evoke a day at the fair. The drink features juicy strawberry puree, whipped cream layered with blended frappuccino roast coffee, ice and topped with crunchy funnel cake pieces dusted with powdered sugar. Yum! 

As tasty as this sounds, it&aposs no secret that many Starbucks beverages are pretty loaded with sugar and empty calories. (Here are 10 Starbucks Drinks That Have Less Than 10 Grams of Sugar.) And while there&aposs nothing wrong with treating yourself from time to time, I asked dietitian Lisa Valente, M.S., RD and nutrition editor at EatingWell, for a few tips on how to enjoy the new Funnel Cake Frappuccino while reducing its added sugar and carbs.

Size matters, so consider ordering a small (or tall as they say at Starbucks), Valente says. There are 290 calories in the tall Funnel Cake Frappuccino versus 500 in the venti. The smaller drink also saves you 33g of sugar compared to a large. However, it won&apost be a huge surprise that this dessert-flavored drink still clocks 35g (or about 9tsp) of added sugar, which is more than the American Heart Association recommends per day for women. 

"Don&apost be afraid to customize your order to cut down on sugar even more," adds Valente. Consider skipping the whipped cream if it&aposs not your favorite or ask for a smaller amount. The added syrups are also a big culprit for added sugar so don&apost be afraid to decrease the number of syrup pumps they add. You can customize these requests in the app if you order ahead or just nicely ask your barista.

All in all, we can&apost wait to treat ourselves to this tasty new menu addition on a hot summer day! But we&aposll definitely keep it to a once in a while treat, just like the funnel cake it&aposs inspired by, and try our healthier whipped drink recipes to cool down on a sunny day.


Starbucks New Frappuccino Tastes Like Funnel Cake—Here's How to Make Your Order Healthier

Here are some dietitian-approved tips to cut down on the sugar and calories in your drink.

With the weather warming up and COVID-19 restrictions easing, I&aposm feeling ready to let loose a bit and enjoy time outside. Starbucks tapped into that summer energy with their latest beverage, the Funnel Cake Frappuccino.

"We wanted to capture the joy of this time of year, and we thought about those simple pleasures that really encapsulate summer," said Sara Bennett, senior product developer for Starbucks R&D team. "That led us to state fairs and funnel cake—just wanting to channel that sense of carefree fun."

The new beverage launched on May 11th in the U.S. and Canada and is supposed to evoke a day at the fair. The drink features juicy strawberry puree, whipped cream layered with blended frappuccino roast coffee, ice and topped with crunchy funnel cake pieces dusted with powdered sugar. Yum! 

As tasty as this sounds, it&aposs no secret that many Starbucks beverages are pretty loaded with sugar and empty calories. (Here are 10 Starbucks Drinks That Have Less Than 10 Grams of Sugar.) And while there&aposs nothing wrong with treating yourself from time to time, I asked dietitian Lisa Valente, M.S., RD and nutrition editor at EatingWell, for a few tips on how to enjoy the new Funnel Cake Frappuccino while reducing its added sugar and carbs.

Size matters, so consider ordering a small (or tall as they say at Starbucks), Valente says. There are 290 calories in the tall Funnel Cake Frappuccino versus 500 in the venti. The smaller drink also saves you 33g of sugar compared to a large. However, it won&apost be a huge surprise that this dessert-flavored drink still clocks 35g (or about 9tsp) of added sugar, which is more than the American Heart Association recommends per day for women. 

"Don&apost be afraid to customize your order to cut down on sugar even more," adds Valente. Consider skipping the whipped cream if it&aposs not your favorite or ask for a smaller amount. The added syrups are also a big culprit for added sugar so don&apost be afraid to decrease the number of syrup pumps they add. You can customize these requests in the app if you order ahead or just nicely ask your barista.

All in all, we can&apost wait to treat ourselves to this tasty new menu addition on a hot summer day! But we&aposll definitely keep it to a once in a while treat, just like the funnel cake it&aposs inspired by, and try our healthier whipped drink recipes to cool down on a sunny day.


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