Low-Calorie Coffee Drink Recipes & Starbucks Swaps

Mar 4 2022
If you love sweet coffee-shop drinks á la Starbucks but wouldn’t mind saving some money, sugar, and calories, we have a whole slew of tasty beverage recipes that you can make yourself. From direct copycats to original creations, these sippable treats will make your day. And to make someone else’s day, make sure to share this list!

Non-Coffee Swaps

We know it's a bold move to open this roundup sans coffee, but these dupes for java-less Starbucks drinks are soooo good. (Don't worry, there's plenty of coffee ahead.)

Iced Coffee

These simple iced-coffee drinks aren't just easy to make—they also have less than 90 calories each!

Hot Drinks

When you're looking for something a little more special than a standard cup of joe, sip on these…

Blended Coffee Drinks

Ahhh, this is where we go big. Decadent blended treats, all under 170 calories. So many Frappuccino swaps… Some even have a good dose of protein!

Chew on this:

Happy National Pound Cake Day, March 4th. If you want to pound back some cake with your coffee, a simple Very Vanilla Mug Cake should do nicely.

Save your pals some dough by sharing these tasty coffee recipes…

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