Who doesn’t like cotton candy? I’m from Brooklyn and cotton candy and candy apples were my favorite growing up. My father would take me to Coney Island to Nathan’s to get franks, fries and frog legs, yes they were delicious
The best place to get cotton candy was CI because I would also stock up on the salt water taffy, talk about delicious. I couldn’t wait to go back every Sunday and enjoy the good eats. Nowadays I have to watch my calories and protect my teeth from the blissful puff of sweet goodness so I was so happy when I saw the Cotton Candy Frappuccino and I had to share it with you. (Wow what a run on sentence!)
This Frappucino is exquisite but can be a bit difficult if you’re not willing to abandon everything you are doing and run your butt over to the closest market to get all of these ingredients.
Cotton Candy Frappuccino Recipe
You will need:
- 2/3 cup of ice
- 2/3 cup of whole milk
- 2 tablespoons of Torani vanilla syrup
- 2 tablespoons of Torani raspberry syrup
- 2 scoops of vanilla bean ice cream
- Whipped cream
- Mix in your blender until smooth
Pour in your cup, top with whipped cream and voila!
New Alternative Cotton Candy Frappuccino using Raspberry Jam
I had so many people asking for the alternative version and I wanted to update this post so you can have the other version. In this recipe from Pinkmacprincess you can use raspberry jam and it is so scrumptious.
I made sure that I presented a different recipe because not everyone can find the Torani raspberry syrup. Make sure you get jam and not preserves because of the difference in texture. The jam is smoother and has less seeds.
I think both recipes tastes the same and I would highly recommend either one of them. The issue of choosing which one is better for depends on what is available at your market.
Starbucks Cotton Candy Frappuccino Cupcake Recipe
Check out this Delicious Cotton Candy Frappuccino Cupcake Recipe from Sweet Emelyne’s
These are delicious I hope you have fun making them.
You can find the text recipe below