The Colorful Frappuccino You Can Only Order Off Starbucks' Secret Menu

There's something so wonderful about ordering from the Starbucks secret menu, and it isn't just the highly customizable drinks or pretty colors that they come in. So many Starbucks secret menu drinks are about reliving childhood with flavors that take us back, whether it's a flavor or candy or even a favorite movie. The latest addition to the secret menu is straight out of yesteryear — it tastes just like a beloved classic cereal, Fruity Pebbles

The new flavor of Frappuccino was first shared by Instagrammer Snack Gator who posted the concoction on August 15th. The social media account also shared the recipe, which was adapted for different sizes, along with a photo of a pink and white swirled drink. While it appears that we might miss all the bright, fun colors of Fruity Pebbles with this drink, as long as the flavors are there, then that's all that really matters (via Delish).

How to order a Fruity Pebbles Frappuccino

To order a grande Fruity Pebbles Frappuccino, you'll want to start with a Strawberries and Creme Frapp as the base. Next, add two and a half pumps of vanilla syrup followed by one pump of classic syrup and one pump of raspberry syrup. Finally, you can add another splash of some other fruity drink to pack more fruity flavor, but that's up to you. Snack Gator recommends a bit of lemonade. Another recipe, according to Starbucks Secret Menu, suggests orange mango juice. Don't forget the whipped cream on top, either. What you'll be left with is an intensely fruity and sweet treat that's perfect for cooling off during the last hot days of summer.

One commenter on the Snack Gator's Instagram post asked if the drink would work well with coconut milk. While the account owner had not tried the combination, they said it would probably work well, so you can likely tweak the recipe as needed to accommodate any dairy-free needs.

Stop by your local Starbucks to give it a try. As always, don't ask for it by name, but rather order it step by step — and remember to tip your barista well.