Secret Vegan Starbucks Menu

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Starbucks Frapuccino

Have you heard about the Starbucks secret menu? Well, it’s sort of like a sorcerer’s spell book full of seemingly unrelated ingredients that when combined, create enchanted beverages, like the Lucky Charms Frappuccino or the Chocolate Turtle Latte. Don’t those sound magically delicious?

Want to give it a go? All you have to do is ask your barista for customisations to the drinks that Starbucks already have on the menu.

Try one of our top five veganised customisations from the secret menu:

  • Lucky Charms Frappuccino (inspired by the breakfast cereal)

Ask for a soya Strawberries & Crème Frappuccino with one pump of caramel, one pump of toffee, one pump of hazelnut and no whipped cream.

  • Chocolate Turtle Latte

Ask for a soya latte with one pump of mocha syrup, one pump of caramel syrup and one pump of toffee nut syrup.

  • Neapolitan Frappuccino

Ask for a soya Strawberries & Crème Frappuccino with vanilla bean powder, one pump of mocha syrup and no whipped cream.

  • Blended Strawberry Lemonade Slushie

Ask for a soya Strawberry Lemonade and have it double blended.

  • French Vanilla Cappuccino

Ask for a soy latte with half toffee nut syrup and half vanilla syrup.

Have any yummy Starbucks recipes you’d like to share with your fellow vegans? Share them in the comments!

For more fun vegan living tips like this, visit V in the UK.

Note: These suggestions are all based on the grande-sized drinks.

Comments

  • andrea bassett commented on June 6, 2015 at 11:08 am

    Starbucks: Many, many thanks for supplying a Vegan Menu with so many delicious items for Vegan people to explore.

  • Syrnin commented on April 15, 2016 at 3:54 pm

    The caramel syrup isn’t vegan . . .

  • Madeleine commented on July 19, 2016 at 6:36 pm

    The Starbucks caramel has butter in it.

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