Yummy Starbucks Recipes to Make Yourself

Posted by on Apr 16, 2016

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The "s" in Starbucks stands for success because this coffee empire serves up convenience and deliciousness in a siren-marked grande. What do you do if you're stuck at home without a car, energy, or dollar to spare? Do you fork over hundreds of dollars for an in-home espresso machine? If you really want to, or you could check out these DIY Starbucks knock-offs.

Need a dose of salted caramel mocha in May? Or, want to learn how to make a frosty frappucino? Read on to learn how to make your favorite drinks without leaving the comfort of your home. Well, you may to run to the market for the ingredients, but, afterwards, home sweet Starbucks!

pumpkin spice latte
Pumpkin Spice Latte

Who knew that pumpkin puree, Godiva coffee, and cinnamon could pack that perfect autumn punch? Averie at AverieCooks does, and she shows you how to blend these sweet and spicy ingredients into a latte straight out of your local  Starbucks.

Delicious mocha coffees
Espresso Truffle

Miss this mocha maven? Luckily for us, the folks at makegoodcoffee.com have tasted and captured the recipe for all time.

White Hot Chocolate
White Hot Chocolate

Much like your cozy blanket scarf and worn-in boots, white hot chocolate is a winter staple. This recipe from Gimme Some Oven can be tailored to your own liking. Start with the milky base of your choosing and add white chocolate and vanilla extract. Top with whipped cream and enjoy!

Homemade Salted Caramel Mocha
Salted Caramel Mocha

Stephanie at 52KitchenAdventures shows you just the perfect mix of ingredients to make this sweet and salty classic. Chocolate, caramel, and salt...what's not to love?

Frappucino Blended Coffee Drink

Stephanie also makes an incredible rendition of the delicious, fluffy frappucino. Achieve the perfect texture and indulgence with this DIY frap.

Knockoff of a Starbucks Berry Hibiscus Refresher
Berry Hibiscus Cooler

Green tea, berries, and hibiscus? Yum. Make this caffeinated cooler with green coffee extract and hibiscus syrup for this tasty tea at home thanks to Foodie with Family.

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