14 Keto Starbucks Drinks to Order
Have your Starbucks and stick to keto, too! We found great ideas for keto Starbucks drinks that will work within the bounds of a low-carb, high-fat lifestyle.
0g net carbs
You can’t go wrong sticking to the most basic of Starbucks drinks: a hot cup of freshly brewed coffee. Your carb-free options include the Pike Place Roast, the blonde roast and the dark roast.
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Keto White Drink
11g net carbs
You won’t find this drink on a Starbucks menu, but it tastes like peach cobbler and keeps carbs low. Ask for an unsweetened Peach Citrus White Tea with a splash of heavy cream, two to four pumps of sugar-free vanilla syrup, no water and light ice.
Low-Carb London Fog
15g net carbs
Make a classic London Fog more keto-compliant by replacing the steamed milk and high-sugar syrup. Just ask for an Earl Grey tea with a shot of heavy whipping cream and a pump of sugar-free syrup. That’s it!
Psst! If you’re a big fan of the brand, you might want to read up on Starbucks’ plans to close up to 400 stores this year.
1g net carbs
Swap out milk and mocha sauce to turn a standard Starbucks mocha into a keto-friendly treat. Order a mocha with “skinny mocha sauce” and ask for half heavy cream and half water instead of milk.
Low-Carb Flat White
10g net carbs
Replace the usual steamed milk of a flat white with half heavy cream and half hot water, and you’ve got a lower-carb version of this Starbucks classic. This guide has more info about eating fast-foot on the keto diet.
Low-Carb Pink Drink
10g net carbs
If you’re one of the many fans of the classic Starbucks Pink Drink, make it keto with a few simple swaps. Go ahead and order the tall Pink Drink, but ask for heavy cream and sugar-free syrup.
Psst: Did you know there’s a Purple Drink, too? Here are all the Starbucks secret menu drinks.
Unsweetened Iced Tea
0g net carbs
Make your Starbucks iced tea keto-compliant by ordering it unsweetened. Get all of the refreshment with none of the carbs! You can also ask for a few pumps of sugar-free syrup to sweeten the brew a bit.
Unsweetened Iced Coffee
0g net carbs
While a Starbucks iced coffee comes sweetened by default, you can cut the carb count by asking for yours unsweetened. Or, if you aren’t ready to start drinking your iced coffee black, simply ask for a pump or two of sugar-free syrup. Don’t miss all our healthy Starbucks drink ideas!
Iced Blonde Vanilla Latte
4g net carbs
Think going keto means kissing your favorite latte goodbye? Good news: All you have to do is swap heavy cream or almond milk for traditional milk, and ask for three pumps of sugar-free vanilla syrup to get your fix.
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Keto Chai Tea
4.5g net carbs
Chai tea is one of those classic comfort drinks. To make it keto, skip the latte order and request a chai tea with a couple splashes of heavy cream and two pumps of sugar-free vanilla syrup instead.
Keto Cinnamon Dolce Latte
5g net carbs
While the traditional cinnamon dolce latte is anything but keto-friendly, you can trim the sugar and carbs with this version: Order an Americano with only 3/4 water, a large splash of heavy cream and two pumps of sugar-free cinnamon dolce syrup.
Nitro Cold Brew
0g net carbs / 3g net carbs with flavorings
Enjoy a smoother, thicker, more creamy and less acidic coffee with this cold brew that has added sweetness from nitrogen bubbles. Want even more flavor? Ask for a splash of heavy cream and a couple pumps of sugar-free vanilla syrup.
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If you’re willing to ask for a favor, order a tall, unsweetened iced coffee with extra ice, a hefty dose of heavy whipping cream and two pumps of sugar-free vanilla syrup—and then request it be blended Frappuccino style, with no Frappuccino base or syrups. The result is a refreshing, creamy coffee drink with no added sugar. Don’t miss our list of the things you didn’t know about the Frappuccino!
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