Make your favorite Starbucks coffee drinks and refreshing beverages right at home with these 20+ starbucks copycat drink recipes that taste just like the ones made by your favorite barista. Don’t worry, in most cases you don’t need fancy equipment to recreate these delicious drinks, so browse these tasty recipes and decide which one you’ll try first. You’ll find coffee, tea, refreshers, frappuccinos, lattes, blends, seasonal drinks and more in this collection of scrumptious make-at-home copycat recipes. Save time and money with these delectable copycat Starbucks drinks while you have fun exploring the many ways to combine ingredients to make your beverage just right.
20 Copycat Starbucks Drinks
Fall is the time to stock up on cans of pumpkin puree so you can whip up this seasonal favorite latte whenever you want. Make it hot or cold – your choice. With just milk, pumpkin puree, sweetener, brewed coffee, vanilla extract, creamer and pumpkin pie spice, you’re ready to make this cozy beverage. Top your pumpkin pie spice latte with whipped cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon and enjoy.
Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte Starbucks Copycat by Princess Pinky Girl
This cold brew caffeinated beverage is sweetened with honey and creamed with almond milk for a dairy-free version that’s even more delicious than the traditional ingredients. Just pour your brewed coffee over ice, stir in honey and top with almond milk. What could be easier?
Honey Almond Milk Cold Brew by A Blissful Sip
Matcha tea blends with pineapple juice and grated ginger for a spicy and energizing beverage that’s topped with creamy coconut milk. Healthy and irresistibly tasty, this drink is one that you can easily assemble at home with no fancy equipment. Just mix, pour and enjoy!
Pineapple Matcha Starbucks Copycat by Food Doodles
Cookie flavor permeates this ice coffee drink thanks to a glorious homemade recipe of sugar cookie syrup. Full of butter, sugar, almond and vanilla extract, this syrup will last for a while in your fridge so you can enjoy it again and again. For the latte, you’ll add add the syrup to crushed ice and follow with 2 shots of espresso topped with almond milk. Irresistible!
Iced Sugar Cookie Latte by I Am Baker
Caramel and cinnamon are perfect sidekicks for this addicting apple cider dessert beverage. To your mug of warm apple cider, add cinnamon syrup and top with caramel sauce. Pile on the whipped cream and drizzle with more caramel sauce. Sprinkle with ground cinnamon and dig in!
Copycat Starbucks Caramel Apple Cider by Creative Green Living
Perfect for a summer refresher, this Starbucks strawberry-infused beverage can be made easily at home using passion tea bags, white grape juice, coconut milk and freeze-dried strawberries. Brew the tea. Add ice to a glass plus all the other liquid ingredients and the freeze-dried strawberries. Pour in the tea and stir well to mix. Delish!
Copycat Starbucks Pink Drink by The Girl On Bloor
Completely irresistible, this knock off coffee beverage is one you can easily make at home. Make a batch of your own cinnamon syrup with just brown sugar, water and ground cinnamon and stash it in the fridge for future use. Add syrup to your coffee cup, pour in hot brewed coffee, add your milk and stir. Top with fluffy whipped cream and drizzle on more cinnamon syrup and a dash of cinnamon. So good!
Copycat Starbucks Iced Cinnamon Dolce Latte by Saving Dollars And Sense
Made with a bright blend of hot mint tea and hot peach tea plus steamed lemonade, this hot beverage is just the thing to sip on chilly days to keep you warm. It’s a cozy drink that you can brew to keep you hydrated and healthy. Enjoy it often!
Copycat Starbucks Medicine Ball Tea by Julie’s Eats And Treats
This iced coffee hits the spot on warm days and you can make it yourself with very little effort. Use chilled coffee or cold brew coffee and mix it with milk and vanilla syrup. Use homemade vanilla syrup or store-bought. Pour over ice and enjoy.
Iced Vanilla Latte Starbucks Copycat by Snacks And Sips
When the weather is hot, make this refreshing lime cooler just like your favorite coffee shop’s version. It’s super easy to make, too. Infuse a pitcher of water with finely chopped mint leaves and cucumber. Let it sit for at least 15 minutes or overnight before removing the mint and cucumber with a slotted spoon. Add the lime juice and sugar and stir well. Serve over ice.
Copycat Starbucks Cool Lime Refresher by Simplistically Living
Make this holiday beverage at home with the simple stovetop gingerbread syrup recipe that will get you through the season and flavor your latte to perfection. Add syrup to your milk and pour hot coffee over it to combine. Top with whipped cream and a dash of ground cinnamon. Enjoy with a gIngerbread cookie, of course!
Starbucks Gingerbread Latte by Rustic Family Recipes
Make this mocha frappuccino by blending cold coffee with milk, chocolate syrup and mini chocolate chips in your high speed blender. Add ice and blend again. Pour into your cup and top it with whipped cream. Drizzle on chocolate syrup and garnish with more mini chocolate chips. Delish!
Homemade Mocha Frappuccino by A Magical Mess
This chilled espresso drink gets up-leveled with the addition of an easy to make brown sugar and cinnamon syrup that’s poured over espresso or strongly brewed coffee. Shake it together to mix, pour over ice and top it with oat milk. Stir and enjoy.
Brown Sugar Oat Milk Shaken Espresso by The Flavor Bender
Deliciously refreshing, this sweet passion tea beverage gets a bright lift with the addition of lemonade in the mix. Brew a strong tea using Tazo Passion Tea bags and chill well. Equally divide passion tea and prepared lemonade over ice. Stir and serve.
Copycat Starbucks Passion Tea Lemonade by Budget Delicious
This holiday favorite can be easily made at home with your favorite strongly brewed coffee, cocoa powder, sugar, milk, whipped cream and a crushed candy cane. You can make chocolate syrup or use store-bought and you can substitute peppermint extract if you don’t like the crushed candy. Either way, it’s an easy way to enjoy this minty hot beverage on the regular.
Easy Peppermint Mocha by Baking Mischief
Cookies and cream have never tasted so decadent! This Starbucks dessert drink is easily recreated at home. In your high-speed blender, whip up ice, coffee, cream, Oreo cookies, chocolate chips and chocolate syrup until it reaches desired consistency. Pour in a glass and top with whipped cream and garnish with crumbled cookies and chocolate syrup. Oh, my!
Oreo Frappuccino by Wonky Wonderful
This healthier version of a coffee beverage is inspired by Starbucks coconut mocha frappuccino. Here, you’ll use cold coffee, almond milk, cocoa powder, coconut extract and vanilla syrup and blend with ice in a high-speed blender. Pour and top with toasted shredded coconut.
Blended Coconut Mocha by Maebells
Matcha powder and hot water combine to make the base of this copycat green tea beverage. Add in cream and sugar and mix well. Stash it in the freezer for a quick cool down for a few minutes. Add ice and milk to your glass and then pour in your chilled matcha mixture. So good
Iced Matcha Latte by The Short Order Cook
White chocolate flavors this creamy beverage that’s elevated to a dessert coffee with the addition of fluffy whipped cream on top. Espresso gives you the strong coffee flavor that’s tempered with milk and white chocolate sauce. You can easily make this hot beverage in a saucepan and enjoy it when the mood strikes.
White Chocolate Mocha by Stress Baking
For brunch or parties, this warm and cozy chai tea latte is a set it and forget it slow cooker recipe that will be ready when you are. It’s a delicious blend of chai tea bags, cinnamon sticks, warming spices, honey and milk. When ready to serve, top each drink with whipped cream and a dusting of ground cinnamon.