Are you sick and tired of waiting all year long for sweater weather so you can finally order a pumpkin spice latte at Starbucks? Are you bored of waiting in crazy lines every spring just to enjoy cold brew?? Well, have we got something for you!! Read on for nine Starbucks drink recipes you can make at home.
This fried quesadilla is infused with Hot Cheetos Courtesy of Love Grows Wild
Using almond milk in lieu of the full-fat stuff makes this minty hot chocolate considerably healthier than the Starbucks alternative, if you even care. Get the recipe
Key ingredients: Coffee Milk Cocoa powder Candy canes
Tastes just like the real thing! Recipe
Key ingredients: Courtesy of Katie at the Kitchen Door
Real white chocolate means this latte even better than Starbucks’ version. The recipe’s right
Key ingredients: White chocolate Milk Espresso Vanilla
Learn how to make your own vanilla syrup and caramel sauce and have macchiatos for days. All you need to know is
Key ingredients: Vanilla syrup Milk Espresso Caramel sauce Drew Swantak/Thrillist
Little known secret: Cold brew is even easier to make than the hot stuff.
Don’t pay $5 a cup here.
Have your eggnog latte, even if it ‘tis not the season. Recipe
Key ingredients: Courtesy of LeelaLicious
Chill out with this chocolatey concoction for only a fraction of the price. Get the recipe
Key ingredients: Espresso Whipped topping Ice Cocoa powder Chocolate chips
A latte works great at warming you up in the winter. Spice it up with
actual ground ginger to make it even more effective. Recipe here.
Key ingredients: Espresso Ground ginger Molasses Milk Courtesy of I am a Food Blog
PSLs are mad basic, but making them yourself is definitely not! Welcome sweater weather with the recipe right
Key ingredients: Espresso Milk Brown sugar Pumpkin spice Pumpkin
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Perry Santanachote is Thrillist's recipes editor and hates lines, especially the Starbucks variety. Follow her at @perrysant.