Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino

Introduction: Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino

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Easily make a Pumpkin Spice flavored Frappuccino at home! No need to wait for the season to come around at Starbucks. This frappe does not have pumpkin in it; if you want real pumpkin in your drink, try out this recipe I made a few years ago.

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Step 1: Supplies

This recipe is a single serving and makes about 16oz (Grande size from Starbucks).


Optionally, you can add 1/2 - 1Tbsp of Cinnamon Syrup. Just for a little something different. This syrup is very strong, don't use more than 1Tbsp.


Step 2: Blend and Add Topping

Throw all of your ingredients in the blender and blend until the ice is completely crushed.

If you use more coffee, go with a little more of the syrup. If you use less coffee, stick with 3 tablespoons. It seems like this flavoring is kind of subtle so the coffee can overpower it.

Assemble it any way you want, but I went simply with whipped topping and a dusting of pumpkin pie spice.

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    Penolopy Bulnick
    Penolopy Bulnick

    Answer 2 years ago

    You can get them in a variety of places.

    This specific syrup I believe I got at Smart and Final, a bulk grocery store that sells these for a good price if you get a bunch at once. This is my favorite place to get them as they usually have a nice variety and a good price.

    Other options, if you don't have a Smart and Final nearby, could be World Market and Ross Dress for Less. Those are two stores I have bought from, but the prices aren't as good or their selection. Ross is super hit or miss for if they have any or what flavors they have. World Market usually has a decent selection of flavors but it costs more. I bought there when there was a sale once and got a whole bunch at once.

    Amazon is good if you want to get the 6 pack variety pack (or at least it used to be, looking now it seems super expensive for some reason) but isn't usually great price-wise for individual unique flavors.

    If all else fails, there is Torani.com that you can buy from directly. They, of course, have every single flavor you could imagine, but the prices aren't as great. They have monthly sales where a few flavors will be cheaper and if you spend enough you can get free shipping, but I would say those bottles are about double what I pay at Smart and Final which is about $4.99ish.

    I think that's all the places I've tried or considered. If you can, I would say wherever you look to try to get them for $5 a bottle or cheaper. Hope that helps!