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Starbucks Keto Drinks That'll Keep Your Diet on Track

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A keto diet is all about reducing your carbohydrate intake so your body can focus on burning fat. With some restaurants, getting low-carb food and drinks can be a hassle, but there are plenty of Keto Starbucks drinks available.

We’ll tell you which drinks are Keto-friendly and any tweaks you may need to make to get them. (Some of these are actually on the Starbucks secret menu.) Of course, you won’t want to set foot in Starbucks until you read more about how to save money at Starbucks.

NOTE: All the sizes and pricing are in a Starbucks Grande (16 ounces).


Here’s how to make all your Starbucks drinks keto-friendly.

A Starbucks barista holding two Starbucks drinks over the counter.

If your favorite Starbucks drink has milk, you can always replace it with a lactose-free substitute like almond, coconut, or soy milk. Each substitution will cost you $0.70. Here’s how many carbs you’ll be saving when you switch:

  • Almond Milk: 8 – 9 grams net carbs saved
  • Coconut Milk: 6 – 7 grams net carbs saved
  • Soy Milk: 5 – 6 grams net carbs saved

Here are just a few drinks that you can use this on:

  • Cappuccino ($4.45): Originally 140 calories with 14 grams net carbs
  • Caffe Misto ($3.65): Originally 110 calories with 10 grams net carbs
  • Caffe Latte ($4.45): Originally 190 calories with 19 grams net carbs
  • London Fog ($4.95): Originally 180 calories with 29 grams net carbs
  • Caramel Macchiato ($5.25): Originally 250 calories with 35 grams net carbs
  • Iced Starbucks Blonde Vanilla Latte ($5.25): Originally 190 calories with 30 grams net carbs
  • Iced Mocha ($4.95): Originally 350 calories with 38 grams net carbs
  • Iced Shaken Espresso ($4.25): Originally 100 calories with 17 grams net carbs


Hot Starbucks Keto Drinks

Three hot Starbucks drinks sitting on a table inside Starbucks.

1. Dark Roast Coffee

0g net carbs, 5 calories

A grande (16 ounces) Dark Roast Coffee from Starbucks ($2.95) contains five calories and zero grams net carbs. If you’re following a keto diet, you can add heavy cream to add some more flavor to your coffee.


2. Espresso

1g net carbs, 5 calories

A one-shot Espresso ($2.75) from Starbucks has five calories with one carb. An efficient way to get your caffeine fix, which makes it one of the best Starbucks keto drinks on the menu.


3. Espresso con Panna

1g net carbs, 30 calories

A one-shot Espresso con Panna from Starbucks ($2.85) is 30 calories with one carb. It’s a bit richer than a normal espresso without sacrificing the carb count.


4. Americano

2g net carbs, 15 calories

A grande (16 ounces) Americano from Starbucks ($3.75) is 15 calories with two carbs. An easy way to decrease the carb count on this drink is to ask for one shot of espresso instead of two.


5. Keto London Fog

15g net carbs, 20 calories

A grande London Fog from Starbucks will generally have 29 grams net carbs on account of the steamed milk and vanilla syrup. Just order an Earl Grey Tea ($3.45) and add in two pumps of sugar-free vanilla and a splash of heavy cream ($0.80).


6. Keto Chai Tea Latte

4.5g net carbs, 220 calories

Chai Tea Lattes are made with a milk base, so the easiest way to make this keto friendly is by ordering a Chai Tea with two shots of heavy cream and two shots of sugar-free vanilla syrup (which can be purchased for $4.25).


7. Keto Mocha

10g net carbs, 20 calories

The Keto Mocha is super simple to order since all you need to do is ask for the “skinny mocha sauce” and replace the milk with half heavy cream and half hot water — these changes will only cost you $5.95 total for a grande (16 ounces) drink. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to get this through the app since the options aren’t available.


8. Keto Black Milk Tea

1g net carbs, 20 calories

Black Milk Tea is a staple in almost every tea shop, and you can get your own keto version at Starbucks. All you need to do is order a Black Milk Tea (normally $3.45) and add a splash of heavy cream.

Related: Starbucks Holiday Drinks



Cold Starbucks Keto Drinks

A person holding up a Pumpkin Spice cold brew in a Starbucks cup.

9. Cold Brew

0g net carbs, 5 calories

A grande (16 ounces) Cold Brew from Starbucks ($4.45) is five calories with zero carbs, making this one of the best drinks to get at Starbucks if you’re following a keto diet.


10. Nitro Cold Brew

0g net carbs, 5 calories

A grande (16 ounces) Nitro Cold Brew from Starbucks ($5.45) is five calories with zero carbs. This means you can order your Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew without having to compromise your keto diet.


11. Keto Frappuccino

3g net carbs, 220 calories

A Frappuccino is pretty enticing, but if you’re following a keto diet, you’re going to be drinking 62 carbs. You can reduce that carb count to three with this Keto Frappuccino recipe.

  • Order an Iced Coffee ($3.95).
  • Ask for extra ice, two pumps of sugar-free vanilla syrup, and two shots of heavy whipping cream.
  • Ask for your drink to be blended Frappuccino-style with no Frappuccino base or syrup.


12. Iced Pumpkin Spice Latte

3g net carbs, 160 calories

I love Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte, but at 52 grams net carbs, it’s hard to justify in a keto diet. Here’s how you can get a pseudo-PSL without all the carbs:

  • Order an Iced Coffee ($3.95)
  • Add a pump of pumpkin sauce and three pumps of vanilla syrup.

Of course, this is only available during Pumpkin Spice Latte season.

TIP: You can do this with all of the Starbucks holiday drinks. That way, you can still have your Gingerbread Latte and Peppermint Latte while still being keto-compliant.


13. Keto Pink Drink

1g net carbs, 0 calories

A keto Starbucks Pink Drink is essentially a watered down version of the Pink Drink. Which is great because instead of 28 grams net carbs that comes with the original drink, you’ll be getting one gram net carbs:

  • Order an Iced Passion Tango Tea ($3.45)
  • Add a pump of sugar-free vanilla syrup. Heavy cream optional.

A grande (16-ounce) Pink Drink from Starbucks ($4.95) is 140 calories with 28 carbs. Unfortunately, there isn’t a completely keto-friendly way to order this drink, but for a watered down version of the Pink Drink, you can order an iced Passion Tango Tea ($3.45), a pump of sugar-free vanilla syrup to provide some sweetness, and heavy cream.


14. Iced Tea

0g net carbs, 0 calories

A grande (16-ounce) Iced Tea from Starbucks ($3.45) is zero calories with zero carbs. All of the black and green teas at Starbucks are zero calories and carbs, so if you’re a tea fan, you can get it guilt-free at Starbucks.


15. Iced Coffee

0g net carbs, 5 calories

An Iced Coffee from Starbucks will only set you back $3.95 and is keto friendly. Just like the regular coffee from Starbucks, you won’t have to worry about breaking the bank or your diet.

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