Here's How To Order The Cap'n Crunch Frappuccino At Starbucks

The Starbucks secret menu is real. Kind of. Although some baristas swear there's no such thing, what the secret menu really means is that there are drinks that aren't on the main menu, that baristas can craft from their arsenal of amazing Starbucks syrups and brews. The newest drink the internet is obsessed with is the Cap'n Crunch Frappuccino. Yes, we'll allow you a moment of silence to rejoice. Because everyone loves the taste of this iconic cereal, and duh, everyone loves Starbucks. 

This particular iteration of a Frap actually features a taste of Crunch Berries, and as such, the base of the drink is a Strawberries & Cream Frappuccino (via Taste of Home). If that alone sounds delish beyond belief, stop there. But if you want to know exactly how to order the Cap'n Crunch Frappuccino the next time you drive through your local Starbucks (and hopefully soon, walk into it — because Starbucks is making major changes as they begin to reopen in an effort to keep us safe!), here's exactly what to tell your amazing barista.

Exactly what's in a Cap'n Crunch Frappuccino at Starbucks

Kindly ask your Starbucks barista to add add caramel, toffee, and hazelnut syrup to the Strawberries & Cream Frappuccino base to create a taste sensation that will taste eerily like a Cap'n Crunch milkshake. Java chips are an optional add-on that, well, are they really optional? To top it all off, you gotta have the whipped cream, and then request strawberry or raspberry syrup, and caramel sauce to be drizzled over the top. The final ingredient: A generous tip for your barista, because didn't they just make your day with this fun, throwback-inspired drink? 

Snackgator on Instagram shares the exact amounts of each component of the newest "secret menu" drink your barista will ultimately need to create some major magic in a cup. As far as how much sugar and calories are in one of these babies? Okay, we don't need to know that right now. After all, haven't we been through enough lately and totally deserve this treat? That would be a resounding "yes!"