Flavored with passion fruit, strawberry, coconut milk, and a hint of vanilla, you’ll love this homemade keto Starbucks Pink Drink (copycat recipe) every bit as much as the version at Starbucks! And making it yourself will save you money!
The first time I tried the infamous Pink Drink was at Epcot with my niece. We were there for the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival. She was wearing a pink shirt and had her pink mouse ears on, and a pink beverage just seemed appropriate.
I wasn’t expecting to love it when I tried it (I never order sweet drinks), but it was delicious! Light and refreshing, with a nicely balanced sweet/tart flavor and creaminess from coconut milk. Starbucks definitely nailed this one.
This is my homemade keto version of Starbucks Pink Drink. I hope you love it as much as we do!
What is the Pink Drink at Starbucks?
Starbucks describes it as follows:
Our crisp, Strawberry Acai Refreshers® Beverage, with its accents of passion fruit, is combined with creamy Coconutmilk. It’s a fruity and refreshing sip of spring, no matter what time of year.
How to Order Starbucks Pink Drink
Before April 2017, this drink was only part of the Starbucks secret menu. However, now it’s part of the regular menu so all you have to do is choose your size and ask for a Pink Drink!
If you’re curious how it was ordered on the secret menu, here’s how it was done:
- Choose your size.
- Ask for a Strawberry Acai Refresher.
- And specify “made with coconut milk”!
How to Order the Keto Starbucks Pink Drink:
This drink is an easy one to make keto! Here’s how to order the keto Starbucks Pink Drink:
- Choose your size.
- Ask for sugar-free passion iced tea with a pump of sugar-free vanilla syrup and heavy cream.
- Additionally, you can ask for freeze-dried strawberries if you want.
How to Make Starbucks Pink Drink
- Brew passionfruit tea and let it cool.
- Blend it with coconut milk, vanilla, and sweetener.
- Pour into a glass with ice.
Is Starbucks Pink Drink Healthy?
As always, healthy is subjective term. Yes, this drink has fruit and coconut milk (and is dairy-free), so some people will likely think of it as healthy. However, the regular Pink Drink (i.e., not the keto version) at Starbucks is pretty high in sugar. I like to make my own low carb, keto friendly Pink Drink!
Starbucks Pink Drink Nutrition Information
Here’s the nutrition information for the regular version of this drink at Starbucks (16 fluid ounce size), which comes from the Starbucks website:
- 2.5g fat
- 27g carbohydrates
- 2g fiber
- 25g net carbs
- 1g protein
Keto Homemade Pink Drink Nutrition Information
- 12g fat
- 5g carbohydrates
- 1g fiber
- 4g net carbs
- 1g protein
More Healthy Starbucks Copycat Recipes:
- Sous Vide Egg Bites with Bacon and Cheddar
- 5-Ingredient Skinny Mocha Frappuccino
- Low Carb Sugar Free Pumpkin Spice Latte
- Cranberry Bliss Cake
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Starbucks Pink Drink (Copycat Recipe)
- Add the tea, coconut milk, vanilla, and stevia to a blender and blend until smooth.
- Pour into a large glass, add the ice, and stir in the strawberries.
- Net Carbs: 4g per serving
- Brew up a jug of passionfruit tea and keep it in the fridge so it's ready to go whenever you want to make this drink!
- It isn't totally necessary to blend this in a blender, but it does help make it ultra-smooth (because coconut milk can sometimes have lumps).
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