Cruella Frappuccino a wickedly sweet treat

CRUELLA. © 2021 Disney Enterprises Inc. All Rights Reserved
CRUELLA. © 2021 Disney Enterprises Inc. All Rights Reserved /

Cruella De Vil is one of the most iconic Disney villains of all time, with good reason. (WHO MURDERS PUPPIES?!) But even the worst sometimes need a good snack, and the new Cruella Frappuccino seems to fit the bill nicely in that department.

And while movie theaters might not be safe enough to go into just yet – though if they are in your area, that’s pawesome – it’s always nice to have a snack while watching at home, too. (Though since Cruella is brand-new, it’s behind the Premier Access paywall for several months, so it would cost extra to view.)

Here at Dog O’Day we learned about this Cruella Frappuccino from

This isn’t an official tie-in drink, so you’ll need to go to your nearest Starbucks and explain how it’s made, but here’s what to do.

A Cruella Frappuccino sounds like a wickedly sweet treat.

First, you make sure the place is fairly empty – this is a rather complicated procedure, and barista have stressful enough jobs already.

Then, you order a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino with java chips, asking for some strawberry puree at the bottom of the cup. If possible, ask the barista to swirl the cup upside-down very quickly after inserting the puree, Dairy Queen Blizzard style.

Finally, top with whipped cream, chocolate drizzle and cookie crumbles, to simulate the spotted Dalmatian effect.

This delicious drink blends together the red, black and white color scheme that Cruella made infamous, and the combination of strawberry and chocolate always pair nicely as well.

On the other paw, it is a rather complicated custom recipe, but we still think the Cruella Frappuccino would be worth a shot at taste-testing. (Though it’s far too sugary for your pup – get them a traditional Puppuccino instead.)

Cruella stars Emma Stone, Emma Thompson, Emily Beecham, and Kirby Howell-Baptiste, among others, set among the streets, gutters and glamour in 1970s London.

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