Starbucks gluten-free menu (Items on the Starbucks gluten-free menu, Price list + More information)

Have You been diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis or any other condition that requires gluten-free dishes and do not know whether Starbucks meals are still an option? Worry not because, with the Starbucks Gluten Free menu, you are sure to get what you want.

At twenty-nine years of age, I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis and as you know, this means that I had to kiss goodbye to all gluten dishes and have gluten-free meals as my best friend. Even though this condition was daunting, I was still determined to live my life to the fullest, and that included visiting my regular restaurants just like before. If you have ever wondered whether Starbucks offers gluten-free meals then you have come to the right place because, with this menu, you will be ordering like a pro.

What is in Starbucks gluten-free menu items?

Among the foods, you will find on Starbucks’ gluten-free Menu are the following:

  • Coffee and Espresso (Caffè Latte, Cappuccino, Caffè Mocca, White Mocha, Caffè Americano, Iced Coffee)
  • Espresso (Espresso Macchiato, Hazelnut Macchiato)
  • Syrups (Light Syrups) It is important to be extra careful about the syrups because a good number have gluten.
  • Teas (English Breakfast, Earl Grey, Chai, Jasmine Orange, Spearmint Green, Mint Blend, Vanilla Rooibos, Chamomile Blend, Chai Tea Latte)
  • Chocolate and Other Options (Exclusive Hot Chocolate, Hot Chocolate with Hazelnut, Peppermint Hot Chocolate, Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate, White Hot Chocolate, Natural Orange Juice)
  • Frappuccino Blended Beverage (Coffee Frappuccino, Coffee, Mocha, White Mocha, Cream Frappuccino, Chocolate, White Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry, Fruit Frappuccino, Mango and Passionfruit, Raspberry, and Berries)
  • Starbucks Refresher (Berry Hibiscus, Lime)
  • Other Drinks (Starbucks DoubleShot Energy, Starbucks Bottled Frappuccino Coffee Drink, Clover Brewed Coffee, Coffee Traveler, Decaf Pike Place Roast, Pike Place Roast, All Vivanno Smoothies
  • Condiments (Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Vanilla, Chocolate, Sugar)
  • Food (Gluten-free Chocolate Brownie, Gluten-free Breakfast Sandwich)
  • Salads (Deluxe Fruit Blend)
  • Yogurt Parfaits (Dark Cherry Yogurt Parfait, Strawberry, and Blueberry Yogurt Parfait, Greek Yogurt Parfait)
  • Frappuccino and Lattes (Café Vanilla, Cinnamon Dolce, Cinnamon Crème, Coconut Crème, Tazo Chai Crème, Tazo Green Tea Crème, White Chocolate Crème, White Chocolate Mocha)

How do I order Starbucks gluten-free menu items?

Starbucks gluten-free menu

Ordering a drink when you are new to Starbucks, or new to coffee, in general, can get you running to the hills for cover, for it can be intimidating. Despite this being the case, with the following steps, it will be a breeze.

Take into consideration what it is you are craving.

There are tons of other choices apart from coffee that you go for. This being the case, what are you in the mood for? What drink or food is earnestly calling your name in yearning? If you have that figured out, then you are ready for part two. If you are not sure, just ask the barista for help. Also keep in mind whether you want your drink, hot, iced, blended, with caffeine or not and how sweet you want it.

  1. Choose your cup size. This is easy but the terms may be new to you. It has four options. Short is 8 oz, tall is 12oz, a grande is 16oz in size, while a venti is 20 oz of hot and 26 oz if iced. In America, there are times when you might also find Trenta as an option and it is 31 oz in size.
  2. Add in a little flavor. This may be in form of syrup like hazelnut, coconut, caramel, pumpkin, or vanilla. It may be sugar-free as well if you are seeking a healthier option. You can ask the barrister for help if you are stuck. Toppings like cream are also a choice here.
  3. Specify the liquid base you want. It may be water or milk. The milk may be, steamed milk (which gives it a thick foamy look), whole milk, or non-fat if you are keen on calories. If you prefer non-dairy options then you can add in soymilk instead, or almond milk. Almond milk is gluten-free.
  4. Take into consideration the amount of caffeine you want. Coffee, espresso, green teas, and black teas all have caffeine by default. If you want to cut back on the amount of caffeine in your cup then go ahead and order decaff (Which has close to 0% caffeine) or half-caff (which has half the normal amount. If you want more caffeine, add in extra shots of coffee. This should give more energy.
  5. Choose your drink. Do you want it brewed, as a latte, Americano, cappuccino, caramel macchiato, mocha, espresso, tea, Frappuccino, or as a Non-coffee drink? Go for whatever it is you feel like.
  6. Make your order. You can do this online or drop in at the store and enjoy your cup. If you want pastry or food to wash down with the drink, then please do so. There is something for you.
  7. The price range differs from place to place. Please keep this in mind. The prices also vary according to size. The customization options also make it vary in price so the price may be different than the one listed here.

Starbucks gluten free menu items and Price List

Coffee

Food Item

Price List

Cappuccino

$3.25

Caffè Latte

$2.75

Caffè Mocha

$3.45

White Mocha

$3.75

Caffè Americano

$2.65

Iced Coffee

$2.25

Extra coffee

$2.75

Espresso

Starbucks gluten-free menu items

Food Item

Price List

Espresso Macchiato

$3.75

Hazelnut Macchiato

$4.45

Syrups

Food Item

Price List

Light Syrups (per bottle)

$4.49

Teas

Food Item

Price List

English Breakfast

$1.10

Earl Grey

$1.10

Chai

$3.65

Jasmine Orange

$2.95

Spearmint Green

$2.75

Mint Blend

$2.75

Vanilla Rooibos

$.2.35

Chamomile Blend (per box)

$15.00

Chai Tea Latte

$3.65

Chocolate and Other Options

Food Item

Price List

Exclusive Hot Chocolate

$2.75

Hot Chocolate with Hazelnut

$2.75

Peppermint Hot Chocolate

$3.75

Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate

$3.25

White Hot Chocolate

$3.25

Natural Orange Juice

$5.35

Frappuccino Blended Beverage

Items on the Starbucks gluten-free menu

Food Item

Price List

Coffee Frappuccino

$3.25

Regular Coffee

$2.75

Mocha

$3.45

Mocha coconut

$3.45

White Mocha

$3.45

Cream Frappuccino

$5,75

Chocolate

$3.25

White Chocolate

$3.75

Vanilla

$3.75

Strawberry

$3.25

Fruit Frappuccino

$3.25

Mango and Passionfruit

$3.25

Raspberry and Berries

$3.25

Starbucks Refresher

Food Item

Price List

Berry Hibiscus

$3.99

Lime

$2.45

Other Drinks

Food Item

Price List

Starbucks DoubleShot Energy+ (All Flavors)

$3.25

Starbucks Bottled Frappucino Coffee Drink (All Flavors)

$ 3.25

Clover Brewed Coffee

$1.85

Coffee Traveler

$ 20.65

Decaf Pike Place Roast

$20.65

Pike Place Roast

$20.65

All Vivanno Smoothies

$3.75

Food

Food Item

Price List

Gluten-free Chocolate Brownie

$2.35

Gluten-free Breakfast Sandwich

$3.75

Salads

Food Item

Price List

Deluxe Fruit Blend

$4.25

Yogurt Parfaits

Starbucks gluten-free price list

Food Item

Price List

Dark Cherry Yogurt Parfait

$ 5.75

Dark Cherry Yogurt Parfait

$5.75

Strawberry and Blueberry Yogurt Parfait

$5.75

Greek Yogurt Parfait

$5.75

Frappuccino and Lattes

Food Item

Price List

Café Vanilla

$3.45

Cinnamon Dolce

$4.52

Cinnamon Crème

$3.65

Coconut Crème

$4.95

Peppermint Mocha

$5.65

Tazo Chai Crème

$3.65

Tazo Green Tea Crème

$3.65

White Chocolate Crème

$4.45

White Chocolate Mocha

$4.45

Conclusion

One often has to deal with life’s curveballs as they come. Eating gluten-free meals may be your curveball. While some may see it as something negative and be feared, you can view it as a unique adventure that has you looking at life from a different lens. From the menu list, you can see that there is still plenty of meals that you can order if you have a condition that requires that you go gluten-free. It is not the end of the world. You can still enjoy mouthwatering treats that will satisfy your cravings.

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