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Like millions of others, you may often start your day (or some days) with a delicious drink from Starbucks. Then this article should really appeal to you, because it's going to share some of the best Starbucks recipes that you can easily make right at home.

No counting calories here, and you won't have to worry about printing out or clipping coupons. Just get ready to delight your tastebuds and save $ at the same time!

The friendly barista who greets you at Starbucks is always more than happy to make your favorite coffee, sell you a great mug, CD or food item of your choice. Well, why not become your OWN Barista, at least part-time?

Here are some of your favorite Starbucks recipes - Enjoy!


•    One-half cup of fresh espresso

•    Two and one-half cups low-fat milk

•    One-quarter cup granulated sugar

•    One Tablespoon of dry pectin

In a pitcher or other covered container, combine all ingredients, then shake or stir until sugar is completely dissolved. Chill and serve C O L D - Refreshing!


•    One cup of STRONG coffee

•    Two Tablespoons of semi-sweet chocolate pieces

•    One Tablespoon of sugar

•    One-quarter cup of light cream, or half and half - your

In a small saucepan, combine sugar, chocolate and coffee; stir over medium heat for 2 to 3 minutes, or just until sugar has dissolved and chocolate pieces have all melted.

Heat cream in a separate small saucepan until steaming, not boiling. Pour the coffee, chocolate and sugar mixture into your coffee cup and top off with the hot cream. Yum! These Starbucks recipes just keep getting more tempting, don't they?

•    Two-thirds of a cup of whole milk

•    Six Tablespoons of white chocolate chips

•    Coffee

•    Whipped Cream

Heat milk and white chocolate chips in a small saucepan until chocolate has melted. Use an espresso maker to make your coffee, then pour half of the milk and chocolate mixture into a coffee mug. Fill with coffee, leaving enough room for a splash of whipped cream. Excellent!

What's that? You say you want MORE Starbucks recipes? All right, here's another.


This is one of customers FAVORITE Starbucks recipes, and it's simpler to make than you might think.


•    3 cups of espresso coffee

•    Three-quarters of a cup of chocolate syrup

•    Three quarter cups of sugar (use according to taste

•    Four cups of milk - your choice, whole, 2 percent or skim
Make espresso coffee then add sugar while coffee's still hot, stirring until sugar completely dissolves.

Keep stirring for about another minute as you add the chocolate syrup and milk.

Mix thoroughly, then pour into a seal-able pitcher or container, to keep refrigerated and safe just as you would any dairy product.

When you desire a delicious Mocha Frappuccino, simply add equal parts of your liquid and ice, blend together until very smooth. Top off with whipped cream & a drizzle of chocolate syrup and "Voila!" Delectable Decadence!