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The Secret Starbucks Menu and S'Mores Popsicles in Today's Eater's Digest

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Secret Starbucks
Zebra Mocha? Cake Batter Frappuccino? Chocolate Dalmatian? Honestly, we didn't know about any of these drinks but it certainly doesn't surprise us that there is a whole world of secret Starbucks beverages just waiting for us to discover them. Thanks to food blog The Daily Meal we now have a little more insight as to what lies past the caramel macchiato and the classic lattes. Click here for the inside scoop on the Cake Batter Frapp and the rest of the "secret" menu -- there's even a slideshow to go with it.  Next time you're at Starbucks try and order one and tell us how it goes! 

More S'Mores

We have said it before and we'll say it again -- S'Mores is the new Red Velvet. Take a look around, everything is coming up S'Mores! It's totally fine with us though, we love the marshmallow, chocolate, graham cracker combo. For a summery version of the sweet treat we discovered this drool-worth recipe for S'Mores Pops using marshmallow ice cream and homemade chocolate shell. Yum! 

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