How to make Starbucks drinks at home for $1 each

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These frappuccino recipes taste a lot like Starbucks, but for less than a dollar per drink! (KTRK)

A Starbucks barista invented three new Valentine's Day-themed Frappuccinos and they went viral last week. But since they are not on the menu, you need to order by specifying the ingredients. But that can get pretty expensive.

Here's how to do those same drinks for less than a dollar per drink, with tips from Rebecca Geiser at CoffeeIcon:

Love Bean Frappuccino
1 - 16 oz cup of ice
2 oz of Dark roasted coffee
1 oz Vanilla Bean syrup (Torani)
2 oz & Cream (optional)
1 oz Raspberry Syrup (Torani)
Chocolate Sauce
Whip Cream

Blend ice, vanilla bean syrup, coffee, and half and half cream in a blender until smooth consistency. Pour into cup, top with whipped cream (use as much as desired), and drizzle with raspberry syrup and chocolate sauce.

Valentine's Day Frappuccino
1 - 16 oz cup of ice
2 oz of Dark roasted coffee
2 oz Chocolate Chips
Blackberries
1 oz Vanilla Bean syrup (Torani)
2 oz & Cream (optional)
1 oz Raspberry Syrup (Torani)
Chocolate Sauce
Whip Cream

Blend ice, vanilla bean syrup, raspberry syrup, chocolate chips, coffee, and half and half cream in a blender until smooth consistency. Pour into cup, top with whipped cream (use as much as desired), and add blackberries on top of whip cream, then drizzle with chocolate sauce to top it off.

Blackberries can also be added to the blending mixture.

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You won't find these drinks on the menu, but you can try them by ordering the ingredients.

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