Low-Carb Copycat Starbucks Pink Drink

Fat
5.5g
Protein
0g
Carbs
0.4g

 

 

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Hi everyone, I’m Leah. I love being in the kitchen (just like my mom), whether it’s making dinner for my family or trying to create a fun new recipe and I hope to share more of my creations with you. Enjoy!

Copycat Starbuck's Keto Pink Drink {low-carb; dairy-free option}

I like Starbucks as much as the next person (on the few occasions I get to go), but it isn’t the healthiest or cheapest choice out there, so I can’t have it as much as I would like to.

Copycat Starbuck's Keto Pink Drink {low-carb; dairy-free option}

My inspiration for this drink started when I went to Starbucks with a friend and ordered a passion fruit iced tea with sugar-free vanilla syrup. After I started drinking it, I realized that I could do this at home with any combination of flavors that I wanted!

Copycat Starbuck's Keto Pink Drink {low-carb; dairy-free option}

I got home and made some iced passion fruit tea and added some sugar-free vanilla Torani syrup, as well as some cream for the extra fat and pink look. Some sliced strawberries not only make it look pretty, but give a little extra flavor as well.

Copycat Starbuck's Keto Pink Drink {low-carb; dairy-free option}

In the end, you have a simple, healthy, cheap Starbucks drink without ever leaving your house!

Copycat Starbuck's Keto Pink Drink {low-carb; dairy-free option}

If you make a large batch, you’ll have enough to last for weeks, unless you love it so much (or you have to share with your siblings, like I do) that it’s gone in a couple of days. And now I can be keto and have some of the drinks I enjoy at the same time. It’s a win-win!

Copycat Starbuck's Keto Pink Drink {low-carb; dairy-free option}
Copycat Starbuck's Keto Pink Drink {low-carb; dairy-free option}
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Copycat Starbucks Pink Drink

Course Drinks
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings 8 cups
Calories 51kcal
Author Leah Benson

Ingredients

  • 8 cups Water
  • 8 bags Tazo Passionfruit Tea
  • 6 Tbsp Torani Sugar-Free Vanilla Syrup
  • 1/8 tsp Stevia Glycerite
  • 8 Tbsp Heavy Whipping Cream or Full-Fat Coconut Milk/Cream (for dairy-free)
  • Strawberries optional, for serving

Instructions

  • Bring water to a boil in a large pot. Add the teabags (hang the strings/tabs over the side and secure with a heat-safe clip or tie to the handle) and let steep for 5 minutes.
  • Remove teabags and squeeze out any excess tea. Discard.
  • Add the syrup and stevia, stirring to combine. Let cool slightly, then pour into a glass (or other heat-safe) container. Let cool a bit before storing in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. Let cool completely before serving.
  • To serve, add 8oz to a glass filled with ice and sliced strawberries and top with 1 tablespoon of cream. Gently stir and serve immediately. Garnish with an additional strawberry, if desired.
Tired of spending a small fortune on a low-carb drink that the barista might not even be making correctly? Make your own low-carb Pink Drink at home and control the sweetness and flavor without dropping a ton of cash.

 

 

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Last Updated 09/28/2019

10 Responses to “Low-Carb Copycat Starbucks Pink Drink”

  1. This is AWESOME Leah! Can’t wait to try!

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    • When ever I try to make this drink the heavy whipping cream always curdles. I’ll make sure the cream is fresh so that isn’t the problem . Do you have any ideas why this is happening and what I can do to prevent it

  2. 5 stars
    Hey, Does anyone know why “Myfitnesspal” has more carbs on the unsweetened Passion Tea than the actual store-bought bags?

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  3. I only used 5 tea bags and steeped ten minutes and it tastes better than at Starbucks! Great recipe, thank you!!

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  4. Sorry, but this is not even close to Starbucks pink drink…. 8 bags for 8 cups seems a bit excessive? Not very sweet either…

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  5. Does your heavy cream ever curdle when you add it? Mine did not look nearly as nice as yours. It all separated.

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    • The cream curdles often because a tea has citric acid in it; just as you can make buttermilk by adding lemon juice or vinegar to milk causing it to instantly sour and curdle. That is why British often only take Lemon or Cream in their tea at high tea ;o)

  6. The coconut milk separates when it is in contacted with the green tea. I am not sure what the problem is. Any ideas? I tried two different kinds of milk. The only one that works is pure coconut milk that still has fat in it.

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    • I put all ingredients in my Ninja blender. It’s not as pretty as the pictured drink but at least the cream doesn’t curdle.

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