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I’m not much of a Starbuck’s lover, but every now and then they have a great drink that I can’t pass up. Their latest S’mores Frappuccino is the one at the moment. How can a s’mores lover like me pass up a cup full of all that goodness? The layers of marshmallow fluff, chocolate syrup, graham crackers and whipped cream just make everything oh. soo. goood.
You know what’s the worst part about Starbucks though? No, it isn’t the calories. It’s the price! How do people pay that much for coffee without going broke? I don’t know. But I know I can’t do it. So instead, I have come up with my own version of my favorite drink. On the next page you’ll find my easy recipe to throw this together in no time!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Sophia Inza.
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Quick Tip: If you don’t have marshmallow fluff available, melt 8 large marshmallows with 1 tbsp of butter in a saucepan.