Skip the drive-thru and make these Starbucks recipes at home!
From frappuccino to banana bread, these copycat recipes aren’t a secret anymore!
Starbucks is probably the world’s most famous coffee shop.
With its wide array of beverage and food offerings, it’s no wonder it’s beloved. The only problem is, their items can be expensive.
Good thing you can easily recreate most of them at home! Starbucks copycat recipes can be found all over the internet, and I’ve picked the best ones for you.
These recipes yield impressive replicas of your favorite Starbucks treats at a fraction of the cost!
There’s no need to wait in line just to get a sip of mocha frappe or a slice of lemon loaf.
Craving a sweet snack or a refreshing drink? These Starbucks copycat recipes will surely scratch that itch.
Starbucks Coffee Recipes and More!
1. Starbucks Pink Drink
It’s rich, creamy, and loaded with berry flavor. Oh, and it looks so pretty, too!
That pink hue is simply adorable. It’s most probably why it has captivated the hearts of many.
Thanks to this easy-peasy copycat recipe, you get to enjoy the freshness of the famous pink drink without having to shell out a lot of moolah.
All you need are coconut milk, strawberries, green tea, and lots of ice. Steep the tea and stir in the rest of the ingredients and voila!
You’ll have saved yourself from spending 5 bucks.
2. Starbucks Lemon Loaf
This soft and moist lemon cake has a sweet and zesty lemon glaze. Just by saying that alone made my mouth water!
This cake is all about consistency. It’s dense but not heavy, and it’s moist and tender.
The lemon and sour cream add a wonderful contrast to the sweetness of the cake.
Together, the ingredients create the perfect balance of flavors and textures.
It’s a breeze to bake, to boot. It’s so easy, you can whip up the batter in just one bowl.
3. Starbucks Caramel Apple Cider
Starbucks may be more famed for its coffees and teas, but their caramel apple cider also deserves the spotlight.
In this cider, apple juice is infused with apple syrup topped with whipped cream and drizzled with caramel sauce.
It’s like apple pie a la mode, but served in a glass! Sweet, cozy, and so warming, this cider is the true definition of comfort.
With this simple recipe, you don’t need to wait for autumn to have a sip of this delectable drink.
4. Starbucks Caramel Brulee Latte
This is crème brûlée in latte form. You can trust Starbucks to come up with the most scrumptious, sinful drinks!
Strong coffee is blended with milk and caramel sauce, and is finished off with whipped cream and more caramel. Come to Mama!
This may not be the healthiest way to infuse caffeine in your body, but it’s so good. Go ahead, indulge yourself. You know you deserve it!
This copycat recipe is quick and easy and a lot cheaper than the real thing. Most importantly, it tastes just like the original!
5. Starbucks Banana Bread
Starbucks has truly knocked it out of the park with their desserts.
Exhibit A: banana bread. It’s perfectly sweet, moist, tender, and bursting with banana flavor. The chopped walnuts add a wonderful crunch, too.
It’s truly one of the best banana breads ever. Good thing it’s easy and affordable to replicate.
Plus, the aroma of banana bread baking in the oven is pure heaven.
It’s a snap to make as well. You need not be a baking pro to nail this recipe!
6. Starbucks Salted Caramel Mocha
Salted caramel + mocha is what I call the perfect combination!
It’s so good, you’ll want to have it every day. Come to think of it, with this recipe, you can!
You can even prep the main components – the salted caramel and mocha sauce – in advance.
Store them in jars so you can whip up the drink any time you want.
7. Starbucks Gingerbread Loaf
Starbucks gingerbread loaf is a mildly spiced bread glazed with a vanilla-orange icing. One slice will take you to paradise.
This version of the popular cake is a little different, though.
It’s just as soft and moist, but instead of the orange icing, the cake is smothered in a cream cheese frosting.
The subtle tang of cream cheese tastes so good with the gingerbread cake! The contrast of flavors is absolutely to die for.
8. Starbucks Coffee Cake
It’s one of Starbucks’ most popular cakes, and for good reason. Coffee cake is blended with cinnamon sugar and topped with a crumbly streusel.
I mean… how can anyone say no to that?!
Whether you’re drinking coffee, juice, or tea, this cake doesn’t discriminate. It tastes amazing with any beverage!
You’ll use a boxed cake mix for the base of the cake, which makes it ideal for busy days.
The crunchy, buttery sugar streusel adds a wonderful texture contrast to the ultra-moist cake.
9. Starbucks Caramel Frappuccino
Caramel frappuccino is one of the most iconic Starbucks drinks ever! Coffee, milk, and caramel syrup are blended to create one lip-smacking treat.
Finished off with whipped cream and even more caramel sauce, it’s a delight to the eyes and the palate.
You don’t need to be a coffee-addict to fall in love with this drink. It’s sweet, creamy, and so addictive!
Thanks to this recipe, you can satisfy your frappe craving in the comfort of your home.
10. Starbucks Flat White Coffee
Starbucks flat white is strong espresso topped with frothy milk. This warm drink is comfort in a mug.
Just because it’s white doesn’t mean it’s light! This Starbucks staple makes use of ristretto, a type of espresso that contains less water.
Meaning, it’s much stronger than the usual!
If you’re looking for a delicious way to get you pumped in the morning, flat white is what you need.
Just stir together ristretto, steamed milk, and sugar, and you’re done. It couldn’t get any easier than that.
11. Starbucks Cake Pops
Cake pops are sweet, moist, rich, and insanely adorable!
Look how cute these cakes on sticks are! These sweet treats aren’t just pretty, but super tasty, too. Trust me, one cake pop isn’t enough.
It’s a good thing you can make loads of them yourself.
Cake pops are basically crumbled cake mixed with icing, formed into bite-sized spheres, and covered in chocolate.
In this recipe, we’re using pink candy melts to coat the mini-cakes. This will give them that gorgeous pink hue.
12. Starbucks Chai Tea Latte
Subtly sweet, soothing, and spicy, chai tea latte will warm the body, heart, and soul.
Made with milk, black tea, and a blend of spices, chai tea latte never fails to put a smile on my face.
The combination of cinnamon, ginger, cloves, star anise, and cardamom gives the latte such a distinct flavor you won’t get from any other drink.
This version of the popular beverage only requires 5 basic ingredients and 10 minutes.
With just milk, chai tea, honey, cinnamon, and nutmeg, you can make your own chai tea latte that tastes so good, it’s almost like the original.
13. Starbucks Iced Green Tea Latte
Iced green tea latte is a refreshing nutritious treat that can beat the summer heat.
Matcha, or green tea powder, is known for its many many nutritional benefits.
That’s why it’s no wonder more and more people choose to get their caffeine fix from matcha instead of coffee.
The Starbucks copycat gives the traditional tea a rich and creamy transformation.
A blend of milk, matcha, honey, and vanilla, this green tea latte is spectacular.
14. Starbucks Cinnamon Dolce Latte
Espresso, milk, and cinnamon-brown sugar syrup create a delectable drink.
If you’ve never had cinnamon dolce latte before, you’re missing out.
The brown sugar and cinnamon give the coffee and milk such a lovely sweet and spicy twist.
No, you need not head to Starbucks to try it. This copycat is all you need! It’s a simple 15-minute recipe that you can whip up at any time.
15. Starbucks Vanilla Latte
Want to enjoy your favorite vanilla latte, but don’t want to spend too much? The solution is right here.
It’s easy, affordable, and so darn delicious. It’s the perfect copycat recipe!
This version transforms the cold brew into a hot beverage. It’s perfect for warming you up on a cold winter night!
Best of all, all you need are three ingredients to make it. Espresso, steamed milk, and vanilla syrup.
No idea how to steam milk? Don’t worry, it’s super easy. All you need is to heat your milk and foam it up with an immersion blender.
16. Starbucks Very Berry Hibiscus
Packed with actual blackberries, this refreshing Starbucks drink is very berry indeed.
Very Berry Hibiscus is made with green coffee extract, fruit juice, and blackberries. There are very few ingredients that offer very intense flavors.
It’s fruity and refreshing iced tea with just the right caffeine hit. It’s my absolute go-to drink on a hot summer day.
Thankfully, this recipe replicates my favorite drink pretty well.
A combination of green and hibiscus teas, simple syrup, white grape juice, and berries is all you need!
17. Starbucks Roasted Tomato and Mozzarella Panini
Let’s take a short break from the sweets and give the spotlight to one of Starbucks’ most famous savory treats.
If you’re looking for the perfect way to start the day, this roasted tomato and mozzarella panini is all you need.
I never thought I’d like a sandwich that only had tomatoes and cheese in it, so this one was a pleasant surprise.
The combination of sweet and juicy tomatoes and mildly salty mozzarella is amazing! It’s like the ultimate vegetarian pizza, but in panini form.
It’s so yummy, I didn’t even miss the meat. And it’s easy to prepare to boot!
All you need are bread, basil pesto, spinach, olive oil, tomatoes, and mozzarella.
18. Starbucks Passion Tea Lemonade
Can’t decide between iced and lemonade? Well, why not have them both?
This Starbucks concoction combines these two flavors to make one spectacularly refreshing drink.
Seriously, I can drink this all day. It’s a good thing it’s easy and affordable to make.
You’ll need some passion tea bags, lemonade, sugar, and vanilla. And of course, don’t forget the ice.
19. Starbucks Egg Bites
Egg whites, Monterey Jack cheese, spinach, and red peppers are all in one spectacular bite. That’s what the Starbucks egg bites are all about.
Cooked using the “sous vide” method, these egg bites are smooth, velvety, and packed with flavor.
Sous vide machines are quite expensive, so don’t worry, you won’t be needing that for this recipe.
This copycat might not taste exactly like the original, but it’s pretty close. It’s much cheaper, too!
20. Starbucks Peppermint Hot Chocolate
Hot chocolate flavored with peppermint is what I call a match made in heaven.
Just when you think hot chocolate is already perfection in a mug, Starbucks gives it more life with a bit of peppermint.
Peppermint makes the classic hot chocolate even cozier and heartwarming than ever before.
The only problem is, this drink is seasonal. You can’t enjoy it every day, which I’m sure you want to.
Enter this copycat recipe.
It offers simple ingredients, minimal effort, and maximum flavor. What more can you ask for?
21. Starbucks Bacon & Gouda Breakfast Sandwich
Bacon and cheese for breakfast? I will never say no to that! That’s why this copycat recipe is a must-try.
Sweet, salty, and smoky bacon and rich cheese are nestled between two pieces of chewy ciabatta. What a nice way to start the day, am I right?
What’s great about this recipe is that you can make the sandwiches ahead of time, refrigerate, and reheat when hungry. It’s the ultimate grab-and-go breakfast!
22. Starbucks Mocha Frappuccino
Mocha frappe is such an iconic Starbucks drink that you’d think they’d have secret ingredients that make it so special. But no.
This copycat recipe calls for five basic ingredients that you probably already have on hand.
You’ll need coffee, sugar, milk, chocolate syrup, ice, and if so desired, whipped cream and chocolate syrup. But yep, basically, that’s it!
23. Starbucks Double Chocolate Brownies
If you like your brownies fudgy, then this recipe is a must-try.
Soft, chewy, ooey-gooey, and chocolatey. Be still, my heart! These brownies are seriously addictive.
Why are they called double chocolate? Apart from the chocolatey batter, it’s also packed with chunks of chocolate.
So don’t be surprised if the whole batch disappears within minutes!
And it’s super easy to make, too. The batter comes together in just one bowl, which means cleaning up is a breeze.
24. Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte
In the mood for the ultimate autumn treat? Don’t fall in line at Starbucks, because you can have your very own pumpkin spice latte at home.
It’s rich, creamy, and packed with pumpkin flavor! The warming fall spices add such a wonderful flavor, too.
Plus, thanks to this recipe, you need not wait for fall to satisfy your craving.
Calling for such basic ingredients, you can whip this up any day of the year.
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