You can't go wrong with Starbucks' basic coffee. The keto, carb-free drinks are the Pike Place Roast, blonde roast, and dark roast.
Keto Starbucks' peach cobbler-flavored drink isn't on the menu. Request an unsweetened Peach Citrus White Tea with light ice, heavy cream, two to four pumps of sugar-free vanilla syrup, and no water.
Replace steaming milk and high-sugar syrup to keto-fy a London Fog. Request Earl Grey tea with heavy whipping cream and sugar-free syrup. That's it!
Replace milk and mocha sauce to keto-fy a Starbucks drink. Order "skinny mocha sauce" with half heavy cream and half water instead of milk.
Substitute half heavy cream and half hot water for the steamed milk in a flat white for a lower-carb version of this Starbucks favorite.
If you like the Starbucks Pink Drink, make it keto with a few simple changes. Request heavy cream and sugar-free syrup with the tall Pink Drink.
Unsweetened Starbucks iced tea is keto-friendly. Get rehydrated without carbohydrates! Request a few pumps of sugar-free syrup to sweeten the coffee.
Unsweetening a Starbucks iced coffee reduces the carb count. If you're not ready for black iced coffee, ask for a pump or two of sugar-free syrup.
Think keto means giving up your latte? Good news: You can get your dose by substituting heavy cream or almond milk for milk and ordering three pumps of sugar-free vanilla syrup.
Chai tea is comforting. Instead of a latte, order a chai tea with heavy cream and two pumps of sugar-free vanilla syrup for this Starbucks keto drink.