Buying just one single drink at your local Starbucks every day can add up to you spending hundreds of dollars a month. Believe it or not, most of their delicious treats can be made at home, for a fraction of the cost. These 19 Starbucks Copycat Recipes will have you saving big bucks, while still enjoying your favorite treat.
1- This Banana Walnut Bread is best served along side of a steaming cup of coffee.
2- These Double Chocolate Brownies are made exclusively of cocoa powder
3- The Protein Pack is healthy and nutritious. Perfect for lunch or a post-workout snack.
4- Cafe Mocha is one of the very first drinks Starbucks began to sell years ago, it is still very popular.
5- These Pumpkin Scones are so easy to make and they’re a million times tastier too!
6- If you prefer fancy coffee, then the White Chocolate Mocha may just be your new go to.
7- The Caramel Macchiato features lightly sweetened vanilla milk mixed with espresso and topped with buttery caramel sauce!
8- This Vanilla Bean Frappuccino is super easy to make and is great for an after dinner treat.
9- You don’t have to wait till summer to enjoy Passion Tea Lemonade.
10- This Spinach and Feta Breakfast Wrap promises to be even more delicious than it’s inspiration.
11- Lemon Loaf takes only 45 minutes in the oven, and is best served with extra glaze!
12- This is an exact replica of the deliciously sweet, warm and comforting Cinnamon Dolce Latte.
13- Normally served only during the holiday season, this Eggnog Latte can be made year round in your own kitchen.
14- This Starbucks Gingerbread promises to be the most moist and perfectly spiced gingerbread you’ve ever had!
15- You are going to be amazed at how close these Petite Vanilla Scones taste to the original.
16- Berry Sangria Iced Tea is a delicious herbal iced tea mixed with a berry orange syrup, apple juice and blackberries.
17- These Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins are full of pumpkin flavor and pumpkin spice.
18- Cranberry Bliss Bars are sweet cookie bars flavored with fruity goodness!
19- This Iced Caramel Macchiato can be made at home for a fraction of the price.