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Our Mango Pineapple Frappuccino recipe is caffeine free, blended with a creamy milk base, and combined with mango & pineapple flavors. It is summer in a cup! Have you tried the newest drink from Starbucks? Their frappucino is only available for a limited time but we have the EASY copycat recipe for you to make at home anytime!
Mango Pineapple Frappuccino Recipe
Fun, festive, and pretty drinks are all the rage right now. As a result, you can spend the time and money going out and buying one, or you can use this recipe to make a Mango Pineapple Frappe recipe at home! I love how pretty the new frappuccino recipes are at Starbucks, but unfortunately, they are only available for a very short time.
This Mango Pineapple Frappuccino recipe is different from a coffee drink. Instead, it is more like a summery milkshake. You won’t need any special syrups or hard to find ingredients. Rather, your local grocery store has everything you need for this fabulous copycat frappuccino recipe.
It starts off with a fruity blend of mango and pineapple puree. Next, it finishes with a creamy vanilla flavor that will make you feel like you’re sunbathing on a tropical island somewhere. Nothing says SUMMER more than pineapples and frozen drinks!
What is in a Mango Pineapple Frappuccino?
- Whole Milk
- Mango Sorbet
- Pineapple puree dessert topping
- Vanilla ice cream
The pineapple fruit topping is a sweet pineapple puree that pairs PERFECTLY with vanilla ice cream. It is great to use when you get tired of the typical hot fudge or caramel dessert topping.
The combination with mango sorbet will send you to a tropical paradise. You can even use a little bit of the pineapple dessert frosting to decorate your glass before you pour the frappuccino in. To do this, drizzle the topping along the sides of the cups (just a little bit). Let any excess pineapple puree sit at the bottom, just like they do at Starbucks. Then, use a tiny bit more of the dessert topping on top of the frappuccino once you pour it into a cup.
While I love any excuse to go to Starbucks, this drink will eventually be off of their secret menu. That means I had to find a way to get those wonderful flavors into a cup at home. Here in southern California, our summer can sometimes last until mid November. So, I’ll need something fun to drink for much longer than Starbucks will offer their Mango Pineapple Frappe! Plus, since this drink contains no coffee, my kids can enjoy it too! Before we get started, you will need a few basic tools in your kitchen:
Tools Needed to Make a Frappuccino
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- Blender (my favorite is the VitaMix)
- Ice Cream Scoop
- Measuring Cup
- Clear cup for serving – You can get my pineapple mason jar cup HERE
Looking for more summer recipe ideas?
- Fudgsicle S’mores
- Watermelon Filled with Jello
- Pineapple Turkey Teriyaki Meatballs
- Strawberry Milkshake
- Strawberry Cream Cheese Wontons
- Frozen Yogurt Push Pops
You’re such a professional frappe barista now! You just need a dry erase marker and some humorous spelling skills to write your friends’ names on each cup LOL!
Mango Pineapple Frappuccino Recipe
TIP: you can also freeze this mixture and it it as a Mango Pineapple Ice Cream (great for leftovers!). Simply pour the mixture into a freezer safe container. Next, let it freeze for at least 3 hours. The pineapple dessert topping along with the mango sorbet will give the mixture a wonderful ice cream texture, perfect for scooping into a bowl.
Maybe you should make two batches – one for frappuccinos and one for ice cream! Because the tropical taste is so amazing, you’ll want to enjoy it all summer long. So, go ahead and try this Starbucks copycat recipe while the weather is demanding that we cool off. I think a refreshing drink is perfect way to beat the heat.
How to Make a Starbucks Mango Pineapple Frappuccino
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You Will Need
- 1/2 cup of whole milk
- 4 scoops of mango sorbet
- 4 scoops of vanilla ice cream
- 1/2 cup pineapple dessert topping
- First add the milk and pineapple dessert topping in the bottom of your blender
- Next, add the sorbet and ice cream
- Then, blend until smooth
- Finally, pour into a cup and serve with a straw!
– Makes 2 “tall” (small) frappuccinos-