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Starbucks Coffee Drink Recipes


Easy to Make Starbucks Coffee Drink Recipes!

Ahhh, Starbucks. There's no big chain coffee store that makes a better espresso...actually, they're better than many small cafes! The quality of the espresso and coffee are excellent, especially considering the large size of the company. The only drag about Starbucks is not finding one when you need it! If you don't live near a Starbucks, or you'd just like the convenience of being able to brew your own Starbucks recipes at home, try these products that will help resemble your favorite coffee drink.

Starbucks drink photo by Visual Panic.


Starbucks Caramel Macchiato Recipe

Make the famous Starbucks drink at home!

The Caramel Macchiato is one of the staples on the menu at Starbucks. It tastes delicious on ice, or as a hot latte. It's simple to make with Stabrucks syrups, or you can make your own caramel sauce if you prefer. This recipe in particular has won a lot of praise, and is simple to make.

Ingredients for Caramel Macchiato

- 3 Fresh Brewed Shots of espresso

- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

- 2 Tablespoons Caramel Sauce

- 1 cup whole milk (whole milk steams the best!)


1. Pour the fresh brewed shots of espresso and caramel sauce together into the serving mug. Stir until thoroughly mixed, or if your prefer, leave it as is like Starbucks sometimes does. Add the vanilla to the mixture and stir.

2. Steam the whole milk until very frothy, but not burnt.

3. Pour the liquid from the milk, holding the froth back with a spoon, into the espresso mixture. Top with the remaining froth. Drizzle extra caramel sauce on top if desired.


How to Make a Starbucks Iced Latte

Easy steps to brew up your own tasty iced latte

This recipe couldn't be easier if you have an espresso machine. The classic latte tastes incredible on ice, and is very versatile -- meaning it can taste any number of ways depending on how you flavor it. Here are the ingredients you will need:

  • Milk: 2%, whole, skim, whatever you prefer
  • Fresh brewed espresso, at least two shots
  • Starbucks original syrup, or sugar
  • Ice, preferably smaller cubes
  • Tall glass or travel mug if on the go
  • Straw (optional but recommended!)
  1. Pump 2-3 squirts of flavored syrup into the cup/mug, or place desired amount of sugar into bottom of cup (1 tablespoon is a good amount).
  2. Prepare espresso, then pour espresso into the cup.
  3. Stir espresso and flavored syrup or sugar until thoroughly dissolved.
  4. Add enough ice to cool the drink--usually 2/3 of the cup.
  5. Top the drink off with milk. Shake or stir if you prefer a mixed consistency.
  6. Serve!

Don't know your Starbucks Size Lingo?

It's easy. Sizes:

Large = Venti

Medium = Grande

Small = Tall

Mmmm...Iced Lattes...wouldn't it be nice to make one at home??

Mmmm...Iced Lattes...wouldn't it be nice to make one at home??

Mmmm...Iced Lattes...wouldn't it be nice to make one at home??

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Brew it Like a Pro with an official Starbucks Espresso Machine! - Make it just like the local Starbucks without leaving home

This machine is equipped with everything you need to make a spectacular espresso, cappuccino, latte, iced latte, or doubleshot, you name it! There's no reason you can't have cafe-quality (or Starbucks quality in this instance!) espresso at home. This machine rocks!

Starbucks Syrups for Sale on eBay - An easy way to make a latte from your home

It can be tough sometimes to even get the syrups in the store! There are plenty of eBay sellers that specialize in selling Starbucks syrups and coffee equipment. Here are a few:

How Hooked are You on Starbucks? - Take our Starbucks poll!

Did you know...that the strength of the coffee's taste has nothing to do with much caffeine is in it? While some coffees may have a stronger taste than others, that actually isn't an indication of the caffeine level!


Coffee sitting on burners gets burnt in only 20 minutes. Drink it up, or the taste will suffer! Better yet, make iced coffee with the leftovers by unplugging the burner and pouring it over plenty of ice. It keeps in the fridge for a day or two if covered.

Starbucks is Just about Everywhere! - How close is your local store?

Starbucks Espresso Machines on eBay - Save cash by shopping for top quality espresso machines on eBay!

To brew a great espresso, you have to have a great machine! You also need to have an excellent coffee, but first you need the machine. Here are some Starbucks Espresso Machines for sale right now on eBay.

Click through a product to start your own search!

How to Steam Milk for a Perfect Cappuccino

Easy steps to make your own picture perfect cappuccino drink

  1. Brew espresso first, then place into a separate cup/mug. Dissolve any sugar or flavoring with the hot espresso.
  2. Use only cold milk. Usually, the fattier the milk, the better results you will get with the foam. Never use cream!
  3. Steam the milk so that the wand is submerged into the milk. For best results, hold the steam cup so that the top of the steam wand is just barely submerged.
  4. As the foam is created, move the steam cup accordingly so that the top of the wand is always just under the foam.
  5. Don't oversteam the milk! It tastes gross burnt!
  6. When pouring the milk, use a spoon to hold the froth back. Pour the liquid into the cup first, then scoop the foam onto the top.
  7. Serve, sprinkle with cinnamon/cocoa if desired.

Latte...Cappuccino... what's the difference?

They look the same, but they don't taste the same. Lattes typically have much less foam, and more hot milk. Lattes also are usually flavored, while cappuccinos are usually plain with much more foamy froth. Cappuccinos have way less milk and more espresso by ratio.

Starbucks On the Go... - Unique Starbucks travel mugs!

If you invest in an espresso machine or coffee machine for your home, it can cut down a little bit on your morning commute time. Yes, you'll have to brew it yourself, but there's no waiting in line! Here are some nifty Starbucks Travel Mugs on eBay...they just happen to make some of the cooler ones for sale!

You can practically smell it through the computer!

You can practically smell it through the computer!

You can practically smell it through the computer!


Brewing Espresso Made Easy... - Simplify your espresso brewing with a simple pod system!

Part of brewing espresso at home that seems unappealing is all of the work. Nespresso has taken care of that.

Nespresso's coffee pods feature many different varieties of espresso, and brewing couldn't be any easier. To brew, you simply insert a pod and press brew.

Just order some pods online from before you get your machine and you'll be good to go. Oh, and the quality of the espresso is actually surprisingly good!

Starbucks Espresso Truffle Latte Recipe

A richer tasting mocha!

Starbucks introduced the Espresso Truffle Latte this past year. With chocolate shavings and a rich chocolate flavor to the drink, it was a more flavorful upgrade from the traditional Cafe Mocha. Here's something similar that you can make at home:


- 3 shots of fresh brewed espresso

- 2 Tablespoons of Starbucks Signature Hot Chocolate

- 3/4 cup cold whole milk (it steams better!)

- 1 tablespoon of semi sweet chocolate chips (get the mini ones if you can find them, they melt easier!)


1. Pour the hot espresso into a large ceramic mug with the chocolate chips. Stir or whisk until the chocolate dissolves into the espresso completely.

2. Add the hot chocolate to the espresso and stir in until smooth.

3. Steam the milk and slowly add the hot milk first to the mix, stirring the entire time. This will ensure the drink is smooth, and not lumpy.

4. Add the rest of the steamed milk and froth. Top with whipped cream if you'd like. Starbucks also tops the drink with what looks like dark chocolate shavings. For an iced version of this drink, do not steam the milk.

Chocolate Truffles photo by qwrrty.

How to Make a Starbucks Doubleshot on Ice

Delicious espresso & milk with sugar

Have you tried the Starbucks Doubleshot? If you're an espresso lover, it's an amazing drink! It's just straight espresso and milk, with a little sweetener. After a little experimentation, we came up with a very comparable drink. Here's how you can duplicate it at home:

  1. For a venti iced doubleshot, brew up 3-4 espresso shots, depending on your taste.
  2. Add one tablespoon of sugar, or 1 or 2 squirts of Starbucks syrup to your drink
  3. Melt the sugar/syrup with the espresso. Stir it up well.
  4. Fill an ice shaker completely with ice. Pour the espresso/sugar mixture into the shaker. Shake it up really well until freezing cold.
  5. Pour the ice and espresso mixture into a cup or mug. Add enough milk to top off the drink. Enjoy!

The Magic of the Mocha... - Make your iced or hot Starbucks caffe mocha at home with easy powder!

Starbucks' mocha powder is in several of its drinks, most notably the cafe mocha and hot chocolate. Now it's ready to take home!


Starbucks Gingerbread Latte Recipe

A tasty holiday treat spicy enough for all year!


2 cups water

1 1/2 cups granulated sugar

2 Tablespoons Ground Ginger

1 1/4 Tablespoons Ground Cinnamon

1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract


To make the syrup, combine the sugar and water into a large saucepan. Mix under low heat, then add the rest of the ingredients and increase the heat to medium until the mixture reaches a boil. Simmer for approximately 20 minutes, stirring frequently to avoid scorching. Cool, and store in the refrigerator in an airtight container. This should last about 10 days.

To make a Gingerbread latte, add two shots of hot, brewed espresso to about two tablespoons of gingerbread latte syrup. Stir the syrup and espresso together, melting the syrup completely. Add steamed milk and you have a gingerbread latte! Enjoy!

Starbucks Iced Cafe Mocha Recipe

This recipe couldn't be any easier!

The Iced Cafe Mocha is pretty simple to make if you have the right ingredients. You don't have to use their products either, you can substitute any type of espresso or fine ground chocolate to achieve similar results. One thing that won't work as well is liquid chocolate like Hershey's...the quality isn't as good, and the quality of your Cafe Mocha will suffer as well.


  • Cold 2% milk
  • Small ice cubes (smaller cubes=colder drinks, and more will fit in your cup)
  • 2 Tbsp. Ground chocolate with a higher percentage of cacao, like Ghirardelli's mocha chocolate mix, or a good hot chocolate mix
  • 2-4 shots of freshly brewed, hot espresso
  • Whipped cream (optional)


  • After brewing the espresso, pour the ground chocolate into the bottom of the container you will be using. Try using a large travel mug, or a tall glass.
  • Stir the hot espresso and ground chocolate together, melting the chocolate entirely.
  • Pour enough milk into the container to fill 2/3 full.
  • Fill the remainder of the drink with ice. To get the drink ice cold, pour the mixture into a shaker and shake until cold.
  • Enjoy!

It Tastes Better in a Mug... - All coffee tastes better when in a mug!

If you're brewing a shot of espresso, a hot cappuccino, or hot latte, they taste better in a mug. Why? Some say it's the way the air circulates, some say drinks taste different in different containers.

What Makes you Visit Starbucks?


Starbucks Gift Cards - Give the gift of Starbucks to friends and family!

It's the perfect gift for the caffeine addict in your family. It's also a great way to just use your credit card once, then just use the gift card when you visit Starbucks. They can be conveniently reloaded online as well!


Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate Latte

This is like a combination of Starbucks new Salted Caramel drink with a latte!

Yes, salt in a hot chocolate or latte sounds pretty strange, but Starbucks has managed to make this drink incredible. It's like drinking a chocolate covered pretzel, kind of hard to describe. If you're a fan of this drink, you might like this similar recipe:

Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate Latte


-3 shots of brewed espresso

-1/2 Tablespoon ground hot chocolate (the better the quality, the better this drink will taste...try Ghirardelli)

-2 squares dark chocolate (use high quality here too!)

-1 Tablespoon caramel syrup

-1/2 teaspoon coarse sea salt

-1/2 teaspoon turbinado sugar

-1 cup whole milk

-Whipped cream


1. Steam the milk and pour it in a saucepan with the dark chocolate, ground chocolate, and 1/2 of the salt. Stir constantly on very low until the chocolate melts and mixes. Add the caramel syrup, then the espresso.

2. Pour the mixture into a mug and top with whipped cream and the remainder of the sea salt, plus some more caramel on top of the whipped cream and the turbinado sugar. This is a very rich, induldgent drink, so enjoy!

Shakers to Get your Drink Cold & Mixed - Make your Starbucks drink ice cold and mixed well!

Shakers will thoroughly mix your drink, while making it ice cold at the same time. Stainless steel is highly recommended since it won't chip, and it's very easy to clean.

Starbucks Humor

Starbucks Gift Baskets

Gift giving made simple...for the coffee lover. And who doesn't love coffee??

We'll experiment and see if we can try to come up with a close recipe to the original!

Your Favorite Coffee Chain

Listed here are some of the biggest coffee chains in the US. It's hard to go very far without encountering one of them, especially Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts!

Caffeine...Good or Bad?

While some studies have linked pregnant mothers' caffeine consumption to hyperactivity in their children, there has also been early research claiming coffee can sort of "flush out" toxins in the body as well. A cup or two might not be such a bad thing!

The Architect Collection

Sometimes you see them, sometimes you don't...but they're always on eBay. Find your favorite cities and collect them all!

Starbucks Syrups

Starbucks makes a huge amount of different syrups to flavor your cappuccinos, lattes, espresso, or even to use in soda!

Be sure to leave your thoughts here! Have a recipe? Love Starbucks? Know someplace much better? Tell us!

P.S.: I just completed a page on Dunkin' Donuts coffee recipes, for those of you that aren't Starbucks lovers!

What's Your Favorite Starbucks Drink? - Share a Starbucks favorite, share a recipe!

Kiwisoutback (author) from Massachusetts on August 09, 2013:

@Lady Lorelei: Going out for coffee is a daily ritual almost. I need to go there LESS, if you know what I mean ($).

Lorelei Cohen from Canada on July 30, 2013:

We just got our first Starbucks here last year. I don't go out for coffee too often anymore thought. I used to like to go to the restaurant in our mall but have not even been there for awhile. I'll have to get myself out more.

Kiwisoutback (author) from Massachusetts on May 09, 2013:

@GardenerDon: We actually had one, believe it or not, locally in New England. I never had the chance to taste the coffee because it closed down after about a year of being open. It didn't have a drive-through which was it's biggest downfall for local business.

othellos on April 26, 2013:

Excellent lens. Very well invesrigated niche. It has a barrista touch. Thanks for sharing all those recipes:)

Gardener Don on March 02, 2013:

Nice lens - but you need to come up to Canada & taste some REAL coffee at our Tim Horton's chain. Make a lens on that & you'll have every Canuck Squidooer flocking!

Roxanne Castillo on February 11, 2013:

Thank you so much for these!! Now I'm dying for a cup! I'm a coffee fiend a la Lorelai Gilmore

Leah J. Hileman from East Berlin, PA, USA on December 31, 2012:

Starbucks is the devil. I help to run a local indie coffee shop called Cuppa Life and they are our competition. But I like having recipes to try for delicious coffee drinks. We serve our own proprietary blend of fair trade beans from Brazil and Colombia, slave-free and less bitter than Starbucks coffee. This was a great lens! My all-time favorite coffee isn't listed in your poll--Tim Horton's is found up in the northern states and in Canada. They have excellent coffee, specialty drinks and food. Cuppa Life draws a lot of inspiration from that company.

anonymous on November 01, 2012:


Wedding Mom on October 21, 2012:

Cool lens! If your craving for a coffee that taste like the one in Starbucks late at night and you can make on your own. Cheaper, convenient, yet almost same taste.

anonymous on October 20, 2012:

I love love love coffee!!!!!!!!

kayli522 on October 19, 2012:

Awesome lens! I love Starbucks, just not the price tag, so I will definitely have to try these recipes! The architecture mugs are cool too.

Riesling on October 12, 2012:

When does the Christmas Blend come out this year? Does anybody know that?

Dorian Bodnariuc from Ottawa, Ontario Canada on October 10, 2012:

The Caramel Macchiato is my favorite Starbucks drink.

AllThingsPotter on October 08, 2012:

Thanks! Great lens!

Kiwisoutback (author) from Massachusetts on October 08, 2012:

@bidandrew: I used to work in a coffee shop, so that was part of the inspiration for this lens.

bidandrew on October 06, 2012:

Are you a barista? :)

bjj james on September 28, 2012:

I should work for them as much as I am there ;)

TheCoffeeConnoisseur on September 16, 2012:

Great lens. Love the video. Starbucks is a regular morning stop on my way to work. I look forward to trying some the the recipes.

Matthew from Silicon Valley on August 28, 2012:

I love the background information on generic coffee and then specific to Starbucks. Great article, Blessed!

Cara on August 22, 2012:

I can smell the coffee now. Great lens.

mysweetjane lm on July 15, 2012:

I always think of a macchiato the italian way double shot in espresso cup with a dash of warm milk the Starbucks version looks way more tasty!

OliviaDaughter LM on May 26, 2012:

I love starbucks. I go as often as I can. I will try a recipe. Your lense was excellent.

GabStar on May 11, 2012:

They had a Starbucks across the road from where I stayed the last time I went to Melbourne - I went everyday! Still waiting for them in Perth, Australia :-(

anonymous on May 08, 2012:

I couldn't get through the day without Starbucks.

angelsigh on April 26, 2012:

This is great! I loved the video, so funny, but I can totally relate lol. Thank you for a great read and lens.

Winter52 LM on April 23, 2012:

The gingerbread latte has to be my favorite and it's a must every December! Thanks for the recipe.

bwet on April 11, 2012:

great starbucks recipes! gotta try them at home now with my espresso machine

squid-pinkchic18 on April 09, 2012:

I absolutely love Starbucks - and my #1 drink is the caramel macchiato - it's soooo good! I'm so glad i found this so that I can make my own at home. Once i get an espresso machine of course ;)

justDawn1 on March 24, 2012:

Enjoyed your Lens :) Thank you for sharing :)

Kysaan LM on March 23, 2012:

Makes me want to have a starbucks coffee :)

neuvee on March 23, 2012:

there is no day without coffee..

Kathryn Wallace from Greenbank, WA, USA on March 21, 2012:

Coffee=aroma therapy. Love the lens!

thingz1 on March 14, 2012:

Fun lens â I'll be trying out the recipes. Thx!

top101 on March 10, 2012:

Great lens. I love the miss swan at Starbucks clip!!! I'm going to try the Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate Latte recipe.

Harsh304 on February 29, 2012:

Love those recipes. Great work :)

Ronald Tucker from Louisville, Kentucky on February 21, 2012:

Starbucks has recently introduced a new Blonde Roast blend that features a lighter body with mellow flavors. Starbucks Veranda and Willow blends are two of my favorite.

Tolovaj Publishing House from Ljubljana on January 26, 2012:

I am not coffee person, but these photos makes me think if I am not missing something special... Another useful lens. Thumbs up!

Nimsrules LM on January 24, 2012:

Thanks for sharing these recipes.

sorana lm on January 04, 2012:

Great lens. The video is so funny. I love iced latte in summer and hot caramel machiato in winter. Yummm. Blessed. :)

Gloria Freeman from Alabama USA on December 30, 2011:

Hi this is a great lens,I love starbucks when I have the extra money for it, that has been a very long time ago.So I am loving your recipes thanks for sharing .

Laraine Sims from Lake Country, B.C. on December 10, 2011:

Love Starbucks .. I had my first cuppa on vacation in the U.S. Now they are everywhere in Canada. It is heaven. This was a very helpful lens. Thank you.

daphnedangerlov1 on November 19, 2011:


Vicki from USA on November 10, 2011:

I am trying SO hard to stop drinking coffee and diet cokes, then I came across this lens!! The recipes look delicious. So maybe I'll try the recipes THEN quit drinking coffee. I was given a Starbucks gift card last Christmas, and I pretty much got hooked on Starbucks. Their Internet connection is WAY faster than my satellite service, so there's another excuse for me to go to Starbucks!! I can't wait to try the recipes. Thanks for sharing, and thanks for encouraging my habit! ;-)

Bahrns on November 02, 2011:

Yeah great! Lens about Strabucks and its coffee recipes... this one I really like! Thanks a lot!

Merstarr on November 01, 2011:

We fresh grind whole beans and french press every morning. Kona Gold, Jamaican Blue Mountain or Dark Roast Sumatran are the faves. Starbucks is the next best thing though :) Awesome lens!

kimmanleyort on November 01, 2011:

I love being able to make coffee drinks at home, although I love a trip to Starbucks too. Wonderful recipes and resources. Blessed.

emmaklarkins on October 25, 2011:

The Starbucks drinks are usually too sweet for me, so I like the idea of making my own to control the sugar!

food monkey on October 25, 2011:

great recipes! thanks!

bernie74 lm on October 23, 2011:

A great Lens, loads of info too thanks for sharing

Blessed by a Squid Angel

E L Seaton from Virginia on October 20, 2011:

I mean the Dunskster has it by just a nit,but for experience, the Bucks brings the most bang.

anonymous on October 15, 2011:

Beautiful lens. Just can't wait till the a.m. to get my latte! Nice work. Thanks for the recipes.

anonymous on September 24, 2011:

Seattles Best IS STARBUCKS as they were bought out by them in July 2003, so when your having a cup of Seattles Best your really now having a cup of Starbucks.

Moe Wood from Eastern Ontario on September 22, 2011:

Wow! I can't get over how expensive that Starbucks Pumpkin Spice syrup is.

seedplanter on September 16, 2011:

Great lens! What a thorough coverage of Starbucks, and coffee in general. Love these drinks!

Linda Pogue from Missouri on September 14, 2011:

Yum! I will have to try these. Love Starbucks!

anonymous on September 12, 2011:

I love Iced Cafe Mocha

orange3 lm on September 09, 2011:

Venti skinny latte is my obsession! Oh, I want one right now!!!!! Wait I already have one :)

pd6914 on September 09, 2011:

Being that I've been up over 24 hours, this lens is VERY helpful! :) Thanks for the recipes that you posted. I'll need to check out your Dunkin' Donuts recipes, too!

gregoryolney lm on September 06, 2011:

Starbuck's is a rip off. The coffee is crap, the prices are ridiculous and as for the stupid names they have for their different I don't go there.

Renaissance Woman from Colorado on September 03, 2011:

Why do I suddenly have an urge to head for the nearest Starbucks? When it's hot outdoors, I love a coffee frap. When it's cold outside, I go for a cafe mocha. Delicious lens. Thanks for the recipes!

Close2Art LM on August 28, 2011:

your lenses are fantastic!

Wanda Fitzgerald from Central Florida on August 15, 2011:

Everyone gives me Starbucks gift cards for Christmas. They know what I like.

anaamhussain on August 12, 2011:

Oh I think I am in love with you!!! Starbucks at home! You are an angel :D

tandemonimom lm on August 10, 2011:

What a great idea, to put down the recipes for these fabulous drinks!

James W. Friedrich from Kalamazoo, MI on July 30, 2011:

A wonderful lens - great information and graphics

WorldVisionary on July 12, 2011:

Grande iced skinny vanilla latte...nothing better!

calchapman9 on June 24, 2011:

Hey, great recipes here! I'm going to try the caramel macchiato.

Johanna Eisler on June 15, 2011:

This is great! My nearest Starbucks is 30 miles away, and I almost never get there. I would love to be able to create their fabulous drinks at home! Thank you!!!

ellagis on June 05, 2011:

The word "Starbucks" makes me think about my trips, and I loved to read about all the receipes... that reminded some good moments. Thank you!!

Marie on May 12, 2011:

You make some fantastic recipe lenses! This and the French Toast one go together perfectly - I need to try Iced Cafe Mocha recipe. Delicious. Perfect inspiration.

darkk93 on April 30, 2011:

Very nice! Thanks for the recipes. :)

Wedding Mom on April 29, 2011:

I love coffee, i love starbucks coffee. How did you know how to make those coffee? Did you work for starbucks? Anyway, thank you for sharing it.

NYThroughTheLens on April 23, 2011:

Love this lens. The poll about how many Starbucks are in your area made me laugh. Living in New York City, the last choice is definitely true for so many neighborhoods :).

spritequeen lm on March 07, 2011:

Ooooh, you just saved me a FORTUNE! My Starbucks' aren't going to like you very much! :-D Thanks!! Can't wait to try these!! Lensrolled to my 'Funny Mug' lens:

greenlife17 on February 25, 2011:

My hubby and I love starbucks and all the coffee concoctions there, the ambiance, and the products :P now am gonna try that moccha recipe at home. thanks so much!

encouragingwords on February 21, 2011:

Thank you for the recipes. A warm blessing by your Squid Angel in the Coffee & Tea neighborhood!

saraih26 on February 11, 2011:

Starbucks double shot or iced Ameicano

Ruth Coffee from Zionsville, Indiana on January 30, 2011:

Thanks so much for the recipes. I'm going to feature your lens on mine about one cup coffee makers.

JeremiahStanghini on January 17, 2011:

This is great! I'll definitely have to put that Carmel Macchiato recipe to use!

With Love and Gratitude,


Tonie Cook from USA on January 14, 2011:

Thank you for sharing how Starbucks makes their fancy tasting coffee. Now I have to test all the recipes . . .

glowchick on January 13, 2011:

Love this lens!! So many great recipes, faved it and gave you a big thumbs up :)

anonymous on January 06, 2011:

I am not a Coffee drinker, but there are some interesting coffee's within this Lens!!

anonymous on December 29, 2010:

Awesome tribute to Starbucks! I'm trying to cut back to once a week, but I think I'm headed there this morning on my way to work. :) Great lens.

photofreaks on December 22, 2010:

what a great complete lens.

anonymous on December 16, 2010:

OMG! A lens on my favorite thing in life-STARBUCKS:) Love it! Blessed by a Squidoo Angel on 12/16/2010. Havea great day!

greenerme on December 10, 2010:

mmmmm, I think I hear a Toffee Mocha Latte calling my name right now!

Yeti_Works on December 03, 2010:

MMM Tasty

Cynthia Sylvestermouse from United States on October 01, 2010:

We all love Starbucks. I even had a real, live barista living in my house at one time. Don't tell anyone, but she still comes home every once in a while and whips up coffee for us. Her dad swears she has the special touch with coffee. Personally, we both know she just has the special touch :)

WriterBuzz on September 28, 2010:

I just found your lens. I like it a lot. Thanks for building it. Gave you a thumbs up.

starry69 on July 03, 2010:

this is a great lens.

aishu19 on June 17, 2010:

what wud we do without starbucks. great lens

Beth Webster-Duerr from Henrietta, New York on April 29, 2010:

I have a few favorites, so I look forward to trying your fabulous recipes. I had to pull out the phone book to see how many Starbucks are in my area. I knew the was a couple, but 5? And I live in the suburbs, but as an area, we be plenty addicted. :D Fav, lenrolled and featured on my Sweet Tea lens. Thanks for sharing.

JewelRiver on March 22, 2010:

This is one of the nicest lenses I've seen

anonymous on February 16, 2010:

Starbuck's Banana Bread recipe is awesome! I made everyone a big loaf for Xmas, and they all loved it. I think it's the best recipe out there, for Banana Nut Bread!!!

KarenTBTEN on January 29, 2010:

I'm lucky enough to still have a few bucks on a Starbucks gift card -- but those recipes look tasty.

simplegirl lm on October 13, 2009:

Thanks so much for the recipes!!!! this is so helpful!

momto4 lm on September 23, 2009:

I love Starbucks! Can't wait to try all these recipes!

anonymous on September 13, 2009:

OMG I just made my on !!! it's awesome - It looks like 95% real starbucks !! thank you !

albarinos on June 15, 2009:

What a great lense. You're gonna save me loads of money!

julieannbrady on May 04, 2009:

Yumm! Did a little birdie tell you just how much I love Starbucks -- oh yes indeedee I do! I am so thankful that there happens to be a Starbucks at our corner -- I can walk there and almost not get blisters on my feet. Something about the taste. This is a terrific lens.

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