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Super Easy Homemade Starbucks Caramel Frappuccino Recipe

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Homemade Starbucks Caramel Frappuccino Tutorial//

So the other day my daughter got this brilliant idea to make a homemade Starbucks Caramel Frappuccino. She is 11 years old and is really getting into baking and creating in the kitchen. This super easy Caramel Frappuccino is one of her favorite things to make with our brand new Ninja blender.

You guys! This Frappuccino recipe is so yummy and super easy to make. She loves inviting her friends over to play "barista girl" and loves whipping up this insanely easy Starbucks recipe with them. (Check out this cute DIY Barista Girl costume I created for her to play the role).

Homemade Caramel Frappuccino Recipe


1/2 c Crushed ice

1 bottle Starbucks Caramel Frappuccino (We get ours from Food Lion)

1/2 c Milk

2 Scoops of Vanilla Ice Cream

Caramel Syrup

Reddi Wip


Toss the crushed ice into a blender (We absolutely love our new Ninja Blender for blending ice). Pour 1 bottle of the Starbucks Caramel Frappuccino into a blender over the ice. Next, pour the 1/2 c of milk and add two scoops of the vanilla ice cream. Then add in a good bit of caramel syrup to your liking. Blend the ingredients together until Frappuccino mix is smooth and thick.

Next, drizzle the inside of a Starbucks tumbler with some caramel syrup. Pour the homemade Caramel Frappuccino into the tumbler and top it off with a large dollop of Reddi Wip. Lastly, garnish the Reddi Wip with an extra drizzle of caramel syrup and serve immediately!

Enjoy the best Starbucks dupe caramel Frappuccino recipe ever!

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