If you’re on a budget or just don’t have the time or desire to stop at Starbucks daily, now you can make your favorite Starbucks drinks at home. Since our Starbucks copycat recipes are so popular, I figured I’d share all my favorite Starbucks recipes in one post for your convenience.
Starbucks has become a household name over the years and it’s become the norm to go out and spend $6 on a cup off coffee (and sometimes that’s on the low end). But let’s be honest, many families can’t really afford to spend thousands of dollars on coffee every year.
Everyone loves Starbucks, but not everyone has the money to grab their favorite coffee or refresher each day. When we started sharing our copycat recipes, it was out of need for our family. With three kids that consider Starbucks a treat, we knew we could save money by making them at home.
Starbucks Non-Coffee Recipes
Starbucks Pink Drink is a light and refreshing beverage that features the sweet flavors of Strawberry Acai Refreshers® with accents of passion fruit and acai combined with coconut milk and topped with a scoop of strawberries.
Starbucks Recipes Seasonal Faves
An iced peppermint white chocolate mocha contains espresso, white chocolate sauce, peppermint-flavored syrup, and milk served over ice and topped with whipped cream and dark chocolate curls.
The pumpkin cream cold brew is Starbucks® Cold Brew sweetened with vanilla syrup and topped with a pumpkin cream cold foam and a dusting of pumpkin spice topping.
A pumpkin spice latte as signature espresso and steamed milk with the celebrated flavor combination of pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove. Enjoy it topped with whipped cream and real pumpkin-pie spices.
Starbucks Frappucino Recipes
The caramel frappuccino is caramel syrup that meets coffee, milk, and ice for a rendezvous in the blender, while whipped cream and buttery caramel sauce layer the love on top.
This copycat recipe is even better than the one you buy at Starbucks (according to my 17-year-old). Coffee, milk, cookies, and dark chocolate syrup are topped with whipped cream, drizzled chocolate sauce, and cookie crumbs.
Starbucks Iced Coffee Recipes
An iced white chocolate mocha contains Starbucks’ signature espresso, white chocolate sauce, milk, and ice. This supreme white chocolate delight is finished with sweetened whipped cream.
An Iced Caramel Macchiato is a combination of their full-bodied espresso with vanilla-flavored syrup, milk and ice, topped with a caramel drizzle for an oh-so-sweet finish.
The Starbucks iced brown sugar oatmilk shaken espresso is described as Starbucks® Blonde espresso, brown sugar and cinnamon together, and then top it off with oatmilk and ice for a cool lift to power you through your day.
And there you have them… the Starbucks recipes that we’ve learned to make at home. Stay tuned as we add more in the future. Do you have a Starbucks drink that you wish you could make at home? Comment and let me know which one you want to see us make next.
Don’t forget to check out all of our copycat recipes.