Skip to Content

Starbucks Tiramisu Frappuccino Recipe

Featuring all the flavors of the classic Italian dessert, this secret-menu Starbucks Tiramisu Frappuccino recipe is easy to make at home!
Tiramisu Frappuccino in a Mason jar on a white plate.

Can you believe how many coffee flavors are available at Starbucks? There are hundreds of possible flavor combinations, from classic lattes to secret-menu frozen drinks! The next time you’re feeling adventurous, skip the plain black coffee and make this secret menu tiramisu Frappuccino Starbucks recipe instead. Featuring all the flavors of the classic Italian dessert, this decadent coffee drink is a delicious way to start your day.

Starbucks Tiramisu Frappuccino Pin.

*This post contains affiliate links. As an Amazon Affiliate, I earn a commission on affiliate links. 

What Do I Need to Make a Tiramisu Frappuccino?

Since you can typically find all the ingredients needed to make most Starbucks recipes in your grocery store, making your favorite flavored drinks at home couldn’t be easier! So, if you’re a fan of the tiramisu Frappuccino, you’re going to need to have these ingredients on hand:

Overhead view of Tiramisuo Frappuccino Ingredients.

Looking for more delicious copycat recipes? Give these reader favorites a try!

Grimace Shake McDonald’s Copycat Recipe | Copycat Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino Recipe | Chick-Fil-A Chicken Biscuit Recipe Copycat in Air Fryer

How Do I Make a Tiramisu Frappuccino?

If you’re ready to try this secret menu recipe, you’ll be happy to know that it’s super simple to blend up this frozen coffee drink. Just follow these simple steps to prepare your dessert-inspired coffee at home.

Step One: Blend the Coffee Ingredients

Add the ice, coffee, caramel, chocolate syrup, espresso powder, cocoa powder, vanilla syrup, hazelnut extract, and whole milk to the pitcher of your blender. Blend all the ingredients until the ice is finely chopped and the drink is smooth and creamy.

Step Two: Serve the Frappuccino

Pour the blended coffee drink into a glass and top with whipped cream. Garnish with extra cocoa powder, and enjoy.

Overhead view of Tiramisu Frappuccino.

Tiramisu Frappuccino Substitution Ideas

Since this blended drink is so simple to make at home, it’s also easy to customize! That means you can swap out ingredients to create a similar flavor profile, even if you don’t have everything on the ingredient list in your kitchen right now. Try these substitution ideas to make a delicious Starbucks copycat at home.

  • Replace the hazelnut extract. While hazelnut extract is a great way to add tons of flavor to your frozen coffee, it’s not the most common ingredient in your kitchen. If you don’t have any hazelnut extract on hand, you can substitute toffee syrup, vanilla extract, or almond extract.
  • Try different types of caramel. Caramel comes in a variety of other forms. And the good news is that you can use almost any kind of caramel in this Frappuccino recipe. In addition to caramel sauce, you can also use caramel syrup.
  • Make it with different milk. Whole milk is the classic option when blending a Frappuccino. But you can use any milk you want. Substitute low-fat milk or half and half. Or use your favorite dairy-free milk substitute.

What is Tiramisu?

If you’ve never tried this classic Italian dessert, you’ll be happy to know that tiramisu and coffee go hand in hand. This simple cake is made with coffee-soaked ladyfingers topped with a whipped mixture of eggs, sugar, and mascarpone cheese.  The cake is then topped with a dusting of cocoa powder.

How Do You Order a Tiramisu Frappuccino at Starbucks?

Since this delicious dessert-flavored drink isn’t on the official menu, you must get creative when ordering it at Starbucks. To request a tiramisu Frappuccino on your next coffee run, follow these instructions:

Order a venti coffee Frappuccino with ½ pump hazelnut syrup, ½ pump toffee nut syrup, one pump caramel flan syrup (or one pump caramel and one pump vanilla syrups), one pump mocha syrup, and one espresso shot. Then, ask the drink to be topped with caramel whipped cream, caramel flan sauce, and mocha drizzle.

What Kind of Coffee is Best for Frappuccino?

You can use any ingredients you want when making your blended coffee drinks at home! That means you can pick your favorite coffee type for your homemade Frappuccino. And since this frozen drink recipe is made with various ingredients, the coffee you choose is up to you!

Try adding these different coffee varieties to your recipe to see which one you like best:

  • Espresso. The classic way to make a homemade Frappuccino is by using espresso. You can prepare espresso at home using an espresso maker, stovetop espresso pot, or instant espresso powder.
  • Strong coffee. If you don’t have an espresso maker, the next best option for frozen coffee is strongly brewed coffee. Brewing a pot of strong coffee in your coffeemaker is a simple way to add flavor to your drink.
  • Cold brew. When you use cold brew coffee in your Frappuccino recipe, you don’t have to wait for the coffee to cool! Pour the cold brew coffee into the blender and blend it up!
Tiramisu Frappuccino in a Mason jar on a white plate.

Starbucks Tiramisu Frappuccino Recipe

Featuring all the flavors of the classic Italian dessert, this secret-menu Starbucks Tiramisu Frappuccino recipe is easy to make at home!
No ratings yet
Print Pin Rate
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Starbucks Tiramisu Frappuccino Recipe
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 1
Calories: 330kcal

Equipment

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Add the ice, coffee, caramel, chocolate syrup, espresso powder, cocoa powder, vanilla syrup, hazelnut extract, and whole milk to a blender.
  • Blend together until thoroughly combined and smooth.
  • Pour into desired cup and top with whipped cream and extra cocoa powder.

Nutrition

Calories: 330kcal | Carbohydrates: 70g | Protein: 6g | Fat: 4g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 15mg | Sodium: 235mg | Potassium: 355mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 63g | Vitamin A: 234IU | Vitamin C: 0.3mg | Calcium: 187mg | Iron: 2mg
Recipe Rating