How Many Calories Do Your Favourite Starbucks Iced Drinks Contain

Many of you out there I am sure are big Starbucks Coffee fans and cannot start their day without a cup of their hot coffee during the cold and dark winter months. I am also sure that many of you switch the hot, steaming cup of coffee for a ice cold one during the hot summer months to keep you cool.

Summer is just around the corner so the iced coffee from Starbucks will become a big part of your daily routine,  but have you ever actually thought what one Grande Size Starbucks iced drink does to your calorie count? Take a look below and make your choice between the high calorie Java Chip Frappuccino, Low calorie Iced Coffee Americano or anything else in-between?

This is how much calories your favourite Starbucks drinks contain.

Cold Starbucks Drinks From Highest to Lowest Number of Calories:

Java Chip Frappuccino: 460 calories
Iced White Chocolate Mocha: 450 calories
Caffè Vanilla Frappuccino: 420 calories
Double Chocolaty Chip Crème Frappuccino: 410 calories
Toffee Mocha Frappuccino: 410 calories
Mocha Frappuccino: 400 calories
Caramel Frappuccino: 400 calories
Iced Caffè Mocha: 350 calories
Iced Vanilla Spice Latte: 300 calories
Iced Cinnamon Dolce Latte: 280 calories
Iced Caramel Macchiato: 230 calories
Iced Vanilla Latte: 190 calories
Iced Flavored Latte: 190 calories
Caffè Vanilla Light Frappuccino: 180 calories
Caramel Light Frappuccino: 140 calories
Iced Caffè Latte: 130 calories
Iced Skinny Flavored Latte: 80 calories
Iced Caffè Americano: 15 calories

All nutrition facts are based on grande-size drinks made with whipped cream and 2 percent milk unless noted as “skinny.”

Source: Cosmopolitan 


3 thoughts on “How Many Calories Do Your Favourite Starbucks Iced Drinks Contain

  1. I am guilty of partaking in one of the 110-cal cold beverages once or twice/week. Empty calories are a so hard to pay for unless your workouts have caloric burns that total in the 1,500-2,000-calorie ranges (which mine do). Still, one should not form bad daily habits of these concoctions.


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