Lemon Cake Pops Are BACK at Starbucks, and They’re Just the Spring Pick-Me-Up We Need

Starbucks Lemon Cake Pops are sweetening up spring!

Spring has sprung at Starbucks, even if everyone else is still feeling the winter chill. The Starbucks spring menu has already hopped into stores nationwide, featuring new bevvies like the Iced Pineapple Matcha Drink and the Iced Golden Ginger Drink. Not only that, but Starbucks is already delivering the good that help us all feeling a little bit brighter.

Lemon Cake Pops are officially back nationwide. We couldn’t imagine anything tasting better this spring!

It’s Almost Too Adorable to Eat

Lemon Cake Pops are back for the second year in a row, decked out in a sugar-encrusted, yellow chocolate shell. According to the Starbucks menu, the sugar bejeweling the outside is more of a sweet-and-sour topping, while the inside is packed with lemony white cake. It’s just the zesty, sweet thing we need to get us through the tail end of winter.

The Lemon Cake Pop was first spotted by Instagram user @JunkFoodontheGo, who just couldn’t resist taking a bite before snapping a photo. Last year’s taste testers were ecstatic to have it back, and we are, too. Did you know you can get a secret discount on Starbucks cake pops, too?

You can snag yourself a free cake pop, thanks to the Starbucks rewards program.

Where to Get the First Bite of Spring

Head to any Starbucks location now, because these sweet and sour cake pops have already rolled out across the country. You can snag one for less than $2, be it in-house or by way of the drive-thru. Sadly, Starbucks Lemon Cake Pops are limited edition, so they won’t be around for too long. (All the more reason to head to Starbucks today, right?)

If that’s not enough lemon to curb your cravings, here’s how to order a Lemon Meringue Frappuccino. You won’t be disappointed.

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Laurie Dixon
Having a passion for writing her whole life, Laurie joined the Taste of Home team to bring together her two favorite things—creative writing and food. She spends most of her time playing with her dog, drafting up short stories and, of course, trying out new recipes.