11 Healthy Starbucks Breakfast Ideas to Start Your Day
This curated healthy Starbucks breakfast menu has options that will keep you satisfied all morning long.
Starbucks is a great place for coffee and convenience, with their variety of drinks (on and off their secret menu) and a location nearly everywhere—it’s no wonder why people love the franchise so much! But like many “fast-food” places, finding food that’s lower in calories, sugar and fat can be hard to come across. Luckily, Starbucks doesn’t have to be cut from your list of go-to places while you’re trying to eat healthy.
The coffee shop offers plenty of low calorie, high protein options like their breakfast sandwiches, egg bites, parfaits and more! They’ll leave you feeling full until your next meal and with plenty of energy for the day. So the next time you’re in a hurry and wondering if you can make a pit stop at Starbucks, know that you can pick up one of these healthier options.
Sous Vide Egg Bites
170 to 300 calories, 12-19 g protein
Starbucks sous vide egg bites pair eggs with savory add-ons like bacon and gruyere or kale and portobello mushrooms. Sit down to enjoy them with one of Starbuck’s keto drinks or pop one in your mouth on the way out the door. There’s no wrong way to enjoy this velvety soft treat! Find more ideas for low-carb food at Starbucks.
Rolled & Steel-Cut Oatmeal
410 calories, 7 g fiber, 8 g protein
If you’re too busy to cook, Starbucks is one of the healthy fast-food places you can rely on. You can’t go wrong with a warm bowl of oatmeal in the morning. The steel-cut oatmeal will keep you full with its fiber and protein; add fresh berries or banana slices for a little sweetness.
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Spinach, Feta & Egg White Breakfast Wrap
290 calories, 20 g protein
Warm up this winter with the spinach, feta and cage-free egg white breakfast wrap from Starbucks. This wrap will satisfy any breakfast sandwich craving and it’s also loaded with protein to keep you full until lunch. No wonder it’s on our list of healthy Starbucks food!
Reduced-Fat Turkey Bacon & Egg White Breakfast Sandwich
230 calories, 3 g fiber, 17 g protein
If you’re sticking to a healthy eating plan and think your hearty breakfast sandwich days are behind you, think again. Enjoy turkey bacon, egg and cheese on an English muffin plus a piping hot coffee and you’re ready to take on the day. See what the difference between Starbucks coffee sizes is while you’re waiting for your meal.
Berry Trio Parfait
240 calories, 2 g fiber, 14 g protein
If you’re more of a sweet breakfast person, try the berry trio parfait from Starbucks. Nonfat vanilla yogurt is topped with sweet fresh berries and crunchy honey-oat granola. The fiber and protein will fuel your morning too. Just be mindful of the 25 grams of sugar in this dish. Opt for a healthy Starbucks Frappuccino with this one.
280 calories, 2 g fiber, 9 g protein
There’s nothing like a thick and chewy New York-style bagel on a lazy weekend morning. Add some staying power to your breakfast with a side of avocado spread for 90 calories or string cheese for 80 calories. Pair it with a healthy Starbucks drink for an easy breakfast on the go!
Eggs & Cheese Protein Box
470 calories, 6 g fiber, 23 g protein
No time to wait for a hot breakfast order? Grab a protein box while standing in line. Snack all morning long on two hard-boiled eggs, apple slices, grapes, white cheddar cheese, a multigrain muesli bread and honey peanut butter. Pair it with one of these healthy fast-food drinks.
Strawberry Overnight Grains
300 calories, 4 g fiber, 5 g protein
Looking for a yummy vegan breakfast? Try the strawberry overnight grains for the perfect blend of healthy and sweet. It’s made from oatmeal, quinoa and chia seeds, then topped with shaved coconut, strawberries and toasted almonds.
Ham & Swiss on a Baguette
480 calories, 2 g fiber, 24 g protein
If you’re looking for a heartier breakfast sandwich, Starbuck’s ham and Swiss baguette is a great protein-packed lunch that can be swapped for breakfast. Melted ham and Swiss cheese are combined with Dijon butter on a toasted baguette to make this savory sandwich. Pair it with a side of fruit and a free water for a well-rounded meal.
Petite Vanilla Bean Scone
120 calories, 2 g protein
If you have a sweet tooth and are looking for a healthier alternative to a doughnut, this petite vanilla bean scone will satisfy those cravings. Less than 150 calories, this bakery item is moist, fluffy and made with real vanilla beans for a delectable treat.
Peter Rabbit Organic Kids Snack Pouch
80 calories, 2 g fiber, 1 g protein
If you’ve ever tried to make a Starbucks run with kids in tow, you know you’re not getting out of there without a snack for your little friends. Cake pops are a fun treat, but if you’re looking for a healthy option with some staying power, reach for a Peter Rabbit Organics Kids Snack Pouch. Add a banana and string cheese for healthy energy to last all morning.