Not only can you make your own delicious Mocha Frapp at home, but it's over 200 calories less than the Starbucks version. This recipe uses coffee, cocoa powder and almond milk for a healthy, yet fully enjoyable frappuccino. Check out The Lemon Bowl for the recipe.
Not only can a Starbucks frapp run you around $5, but they can also be loaded with unwanted calories. At only 50 calories for this caramel frappuccino, you can't beat it. Check out Averie Cooks for the recipe!
Pumpkin Spice Lattes are a must when the cool fall weather rolls around. Instead of rushing into Starbucks to get your PSL, try this healthier paleo version from The Nourishing Gourmet. You won't be disappointed.
If you're constantly on the go, a little protein boost to your morning coffee will keep you alert and full. This Protein Frappuccino is exactly what your morning routine needs. Check out Oh Lardy for the full recipe.
The Passion Tea Lemonade from Starbucks is a perfect light, refreshing drink and now with this recipe you can make your own from the comfort of your kitchen! With only a few ingredients, you'll be making this at home every day instead of waiting in the Starbucks line.
If you love cinnamon-flavored drinks and are a iced coffee fanatic like us, you have to try this Iced Cinnamon Latte. Made with almond milk, it's dairy free and only around 50 calories! Check out Meghan Birt for the recipe.
Eggnog is a perfect drink once the holiday season rolls around and that includes Starbucks Skinny Eggnog Frappuccino. Check out this recipe that includes the eggnog flavor you love with less calories.
This delicious drink includes hazelnut coffee, chocolate syrup and sugar-free vanilla syrup for a decadent mixture of flavors. At only 75 calories per drink, this one is definitely hard to pass up (especially since the Starbucks version has 200 calories.) Find the recipe here.
While the Starbucks Peppermint Mocha version has nearly 300 calories, this homemade version has only 79 calories leaving you enough room to have a cookie or too as well. Check out Snack Girl for the full recipe.
While this recipe may require a little bit more work than others, it's totally worth it. Starbucks Cinnamon Dolce Latte has nearly 250 unwanted calories. This recipe is far healthier and just as tasty. Check out Farm Girl Gourmet for the recipe.
If your daily trip to Starbucks is something you can't live without, check out the next article to see healthier substitutes to your favorite Starbucks drink.
Iced coffee is a classic caffeine boost. This recipe will not only save you money, but also quite a few calories. You can even try substituting Chocolate Almond Milk too! Find the recipe here.
A spiced chai is perfect for cold winter months and a great sub for calorie-heavy hot chocolate. At only 91 calories, this spiced chai is hard to beat. Find the full recipe here.
The only thing better than a White Chocolate Mocha is a homemade version that only includes 3 ingredients. It's so good and easy to make you'll be ditching Starbucks and making this every morning. Check out Heathers Dish for the recipe.
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