These frappuccino recipes are just what you need to get your caffeine fix fast, without leaving the comfort of your home. Not only will these drinks taste just as good, but they’ll be all the sweeter because you’ll save mega bucks over going to your local coffee shop to indulge.
You know those days when you really, really want an icy caffeine boost, but you don’t want to leave your cozy house to get it?
That’s why you need these frappuccino recipes.
They’re decadent. They’re delicious. They’re just the thing you need for a kick-start to your morning or an afternoon pick-me-up.
And once you buy the ingredients, you’ll have enough to make several drinks to share. Or keep them all to yourself. It’s up to you.
20 Can’t Miss Frappuccino Recipes
Java Chip Frappuccino
Coffee, chocolate sauce, and chocolate chips — what more could a girl want to kick-start her morning? This deliciously sweet caffeine kick is sure to get you going with a smile on your face.
Java Chip Frappuccino | Sequins in the South
Cotton Candy Frappuccino
This yummy recipe is for a caffeine-free frappuccino recipe that tastes just like cotton candy! All you need is a few simple ingredients to make this popular coffee shop copycat recipe at home.
Cotton Candy Frappuccino | Snacks and Sips
Strawberries and Cream Frappuccino
Juicy strawberries and rich whipped cream make this drink a must try, especially when you can get fresh strawberries in peak season. This beverage is a delicious (and cheaper) recreation of the original.
Strawberries and Cream Frappuccino | Baking Beauty
Harry Potter fans, rejoice! This kid-friendly drink is just perfect for you and the kids during a Harry Potter marathon. The rich butterscotch sauce is especially tasty in your coffee drinks in the fall. Try it now. It’s magically delicious!
Butterbeer Frappuccino | Sequins in the South
Birthday Cake Frappuccino
Make this drink for your birthday (or frankly any day you want to celebrate)! It’s basically a vanilla bean frappuccino with hazelnut syrup and raspberry-infused whipped cream. And it’s delicious. Obviously.
Birthday Cake Frappuccino | A Magical Mess
Can you imagine sipping on this delicious blueberry drink while you nibble on a scone on a sunny summer morning? I sure can! You could even make it with decaf coffee if your kiddos want to try it.
Blueberry Frappuccino | Pizzazzerie
Doesn’t your little mermaid deserve a drink that’s worthy of a princess? This is perfect for kids. It’s made with Matcha green tea powder, blackberries, and even has a mango garnish. So while it is an indulgence, tossing some fruit in there will definitely make you feel better as a mom. Hidden fruits for the win!
Mermaid Frappuccino | Sequins in the South
Cookies and Cream Frappuccino
Move over coffee shop! This drink is gluten-free, soy-free, and vegan It has all the sweet deliciousness without the cost and is made right in your blender with minimal fuss.
Gluten-Free Cookies & Cream Frappuccino| Strength & Sunshine
Thai Tea Frappuccino
Cool down with a delicious frapp you can easily make at home. It’s sweet, creamy, and a frozen version of the Thai iced tea served at restaurants.
Thai Tea Frappuccino | Oh, How Civilized
If you were disappointed with the big coffee chain’s version of this drink, try this one instead. It’s seriously yummy. The kids absolutely loved this drink because of its fun colors, but if you don’t want to fuss with two different colors, it’s just as yummy with one or no coloring.
Unicorn Frappuccino | Sequins in the South
This drink has a delicious, creamy texture and an easily customizable flavor by adding whipped cream or flavored syrups. It’s a perfect summer or holiday cocktail if you’re a fan of Black Russians or specialty coffee drinks.
Kahlua Frappuccino | Amanda’s Cookin’
Cadbury Creme Egg Frappuccino
You’ll have yet another reason to indulge in all those Cadbury Creme Eggs when Easter comes around — to make this irresistibly delicious drink! Sip on this happily while the kids hunt eggs. You’ll want to stock up on a few extra bags of the eggs just so you can enjoy this all year long.
Cadbury Creme Egg Frappuccino | The Worktop
Vanilla Bean Frappuccino
Okay, I know this drink has a very basic flavor, but that’s honestly what makes it so delicious. You can drink it as is (yummy!), or add flavored syrups to it in a pinch to up the yum factor. Want a peppermint drink? Add peppermint syrup! Want something sweet and smooth? Add caramel into the mix! This is a very versatile recipe that you don’t want to miss.
Vanilla Bean Frappuccino | Sequins in the South
Mocha Coconut Frappuccino
Skip the coffee shop and make this baby at home! This frozen coffee drink that is so delightful down to the last sip with a rich coffee flavor and chocolate flavor in every sip. The splash of toasted coconut tops off this yummy beverage.
Mocha Coconut Frappuccino | Simply Stacie
Dulce de Leche Frappuccino
Forget the barista. You’ll never need one again when you try this rich, indulgent Dulce de Leche drink. This creamy, icy coffee is perfect on a hot day, but we won’t judge you if you want to drink it even when it’s freezing out. There’s no bad time for a caffeine boost!
Dulce de Leche Frappuccino | Olivia’s Cuisine
Matcha Green Tea Frappuccino
Make your own sweet and refreshing version of this popular drink at home. You can find Matcha green tea powder in the tea aisle at your local supermarket. It can be a little pricey, but you can make lots of frapps, smoothies and more with one little tin of the stuff, so it’s totally worth it.
Matcha Green Tea Frappuccino | Sequins in the South
Caramel Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino
When fall comes around, I’m in pumpkin spice overdrive. I just can’t help myself. This looks like just my cup of tea (or coffee, in this case), and I can’t wait to try out its creamy, sweet flavor.
Caramel Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino | Meg’s Everyday Indulgence
See? Here’s another use for that Matcha green tea powder I told you about. This colorful drink is another big hit with the kids, and you’ll feel good knowing there’s a whole cup of fruit thrown in the mix.
Dragon Frappuccino | Sequins in the South
If you’re looking for a delectable peanut butter and chocolate beverage, look no further than this one. Made with Reese’s spread, it comes together easily in the blender, and it costs much less than going out to the coffee shop for one of theirs. You’ll make this drink again and again!
Reese’s Frappuccino | Kleinworth & Co.
Peppermint Mocha Frappuccino
I can’t be the only one who’s obsessed with peppermint everything during the holidays, right? This festive drink is a great way to use up some leftover coffee. Peppermint is also a great pick-me-up in addition to the caffeine, so you’ll be raring to go after drinking this.
Peppermint Mocha Frappuccino | Thrifty Frugal Mom
Not ready to fire up the blender just yet? No problem! Save these can’t miss frappuccino recipes for later by pinning the image below. You can make one (or several) when you’re ready!