Starbucks' Crystal Ball Frappuccino: Nutritional Info & Low-Calorie Recipe

Mar 22 2018
Starbucks is taking the Internet by storm with its limited-edition Crystal Ball Frappuccino! Here’s what you need to know...

It's a peachy cream-based beverage (no coffee or tea involved). There’s also a turquoise swirl, peach whipped cream, and colorful candy sprinkles on top. They claim the color of your sprinkles will reveal your fortune: blue means adventure, green equals luck, and purple signifies magic. But our barista asked us which color we wanted, so we’re not sold on this drink’s fortune-telling abilities!

Ordered as is (with whole milk and whipped cream), a Grande will set you back 380 calories and 16 grams of fat. It also contains a hefty 55 grams of sugar. Eeeks!
You can get one for as low as 150 calories! Order a Tall one made with fat-free milk and no whip. That’ll have 150 fat-free calories. Sadly, it’ll still contain 33 grams of sugar. The whipped cream adds another 90 calories, 9 grams of fat, and 4 grams of sugar.

Your best bet? Whip up our calorie- & sugar-slashed recipe! It's pretty, packed with protein, and DELICIOUS!

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Hungry Girl’s Magically Fantastic Peach Swappuccino

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Entire recipe (about 16 oz.): 150 calories, 2g total fat (2g sat. fat), 33mg sodium, 23.5g carbs, 2.5g fiber, 16g sugars, 11g protein

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Prep: 5 minutes


1 cup frozen peach slices (no sugar added)

3 tbsp. vanilla protein powder with about 100 calories per ounce (like the kind by Quest Nutrition or Tera's Whey)

2 packets no-calorie sweetener (like Truvia)

1/2 tsp. vanilla extract

1/2 cup crushed ice (about 3 ice cubes)

3 drops neon blue food coloring

2 tbsp. light whipped topping (like Skinny Truwhip or So Delicious Dairy Free CocoWhip! Light)

1/2 tsp. edible glitter


In a blender, combine peach slices, protein powder, sweetener, extract, and ice.

Add 3/4 cup water. Blend at high speed until smooth, stopping and stirring if needed.

Add 1 drop food coloring to the glass. Pour in half of the drink. 

Add 1 drop food coloring, and swirl. Repeat with remaining drink and food coloring.

Top with whipped topping and glitter.


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