10 Best Low-Calorie Starbucks Drinks, According to a Dietitian

Cold Brew with Milk

This drink is flavorful, and the addition of 2% milk provides a pleasant smoothness. To save calories even more, use nonfat milk, and if you like a little sweetness, add a tablet of Stevia.

Caffè Misto

If you prefer a hot coffee, the Caffè Misto has equal parts brewed coffee and 2% milk. The milk-to-coffee ratio in this drink results in a milder coffee flavor, which may be excellent for individuals new to drinking coffee.

Espresso Con Panna

If you want a caffeine boost in a little drink, this is the one for you. A single shot of espresso topped with whipped cream has 75 milligrams of caffeine in less than an ounce of liquid.

Mint Majesty Tea

If you want to avoid caffeine, herbal tea is an excellent option. This option creates a delicious drink by combining mint and lemon verbena. You may also add a dash of lemonade for a sweeter flavor that complements the lemon.

Chai Tea

This tasty tea has 40 milligrams of caffeine in a 12-ounce serving, providing a morning lift for zero calories. The robust tastes of cardamom, clove, ginger, and cinnamon give this tea its unique flavor.

Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew

This drink has just one pump of vanilla syrup and is topped with house-made vanilla sweet cream. This mixture provides a pleasant flavor while still containing 145 mg of caffeine.

Iced Shaken Espresso

Two espresso shots make this tall drink one of the caffeine-heavy beverages on this list at 150 milligrams. Shake, cool, then mix bold espresso with traditional syrup and 2% milk for a wonderful cocktail. Request two syrup pumps instead of three to save calories and sugar.

Iced Caffè Latte

This classic milk-forward drink is made with one shot of dark, rich espresso and milk. With six grams of protein, this drink may be a good afternoon snack.

Iced Passion Tango Tea

If you want a cool drink on a hot day, look no further. This tea, which has notes of hibiscus, lemongrass, and apple, is hand shaken with ice to make a flavorful, zero-calorie drink.


A traditional cappuccino made with espresso and milk, notable for its high covering of froth. When ordered as-is, this drink contains 2% milk; however, you may choose nonfat to minimize calories and fat.