This Iced Vanilla Coffee Recipe costs only $2 to make, and is just 30 calories! Less calories and less money than Starbucks, I love that!
Compare that to a Starbucks vanilla iced coffee recipe at $4 and 300 calories… talk about a savings in money, calories, and time!
Of course I also love the iced coffee Starbucks recipe! But at 300 calories it’s a sometimes treat, and not a daily indulgence.
So I took to the kitchen, and created a low-calorie French vanilla iced latte that you can enjoy every day without guilt.
This Iced Vanilla Coffee Recipe costs only $2 to make, and is just 30 calories!
Iced Vanilla Coffee Recipe
This article will supply you with everything you need to make homemade iced lattes.
From a shopping list, to a printable recipe card for iced coffee recipe vanilla drinks. To a low calorie coffee guide, and nutrition label… You’ll find everything you need to make a vanilla latte homemade below.
Learn how to make a iced vanilla latte at home, for just 30 calories!
You can skip ahead to the recipe card, or read through the helpful guides below. In them, I’ve included a guide on how to make a vanilla latte at home, low calorie tips to make a skinny vanilla latte recipe, and more.
What You’ll Find in this Article:
- Homemade Iced Latte Ingredients (shopping list!)
- How to Make Iced Vanilla Coffee at Home
- Iced Vanilla Coffee Recipe (recipe card!)
- Nutrition and Calories in Iced Vanilla Latte Recipe
Helpful Tip for Shopping: Take a screenshot of the shopping list to your phone. This way you have it at your fingertips the next time you go grocery shopping.
Recipe Card Uses: You can email yourself this recipe card so you can easily search for it (I have a folder in email just for recipes!) Or print it so you have it handy, and can make notes. You can even pin this homemade latte iced recipe to Pintrest so it is safely stored for you.
Up next, a shopping list for our “copycat” skinny vanilla latte Starbucks recipe…
Homemade Iced Latte Ingredients
It’s easier than you think to make a low calorie iced latte at home!
Follow our guide on how to make a vanilla iced coffee at home low calorie below… You can use it to make all of your favorite coffee drinks lower in calories, and healthier.
How to Make Low Calorie Coffee Drinks at Home:
- Zero calorie all-natural sweetener… We have fallen in love with this all natural sweetener! You can add it to the coffee while it’s still hot, and it will disintegrate just as sugar does. Though it’s made from sugarcane, it has 0 calories, and 0 grams of sugar!
- Vanilla extract… Skip the high calorie, high sugar vanilla syrup, and just use alcohol free vanilla extract! You can click on this link, to find an organic vanilla extract that’s made without alcohol, or purchase one from the store.
- Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk… Unsweetened vanilla almond milk is not just low in calories and low in sugar, it’s also metabolism boosting! Use it in place of milk, and save hundreds of calories, lots of fat, and actually boost your metabolism with this skinny latte iced coffee recipe.
Shopping list for Homemade Vanilla Iced Coffee:
- Strong brewed coffee (or 2 shots espresso)
- Zero calorie all-natural sweetener
- Vanilla extract
- Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
Special Tip: You can find all the measurements in the recipe card below. There you can choose how many servings of this vanilla latte recipe iced you want to make, and it will do all the measurement math for you! All of the ingredients for this vanilla iced coffee recipe Starbucks “copycat” can be doubled or tripled with the click of a button.
Up next, how to make iced coffee from Starbucks at home for less calories, and less money…
How to Make Iced Vanilla Coffee at Home
This homemade iced vanilla latte can be made with your favorite coffee, or espresso.
Simply brew coffee at home, or make espresso, sweeten, and pour over ice.
You can also use my zero calorie cold brew coffee recipe to make this iced vanilla almond milk latte recipe.
How to Make an Iced Vanilla Latte at Home:
- Brew coffee or espresso, add all natural zero calorie sweetener and vanilla extract to the coffee when it’s still hot. Mix well to dissolve.
- Fill a tall glass with ice.
- Add the brewed coffee to the glass of ice, top with almond milk and serve.
Special Tip: You can find these directions, along with measurements, nutrition and more in the sharable recipe card in the next section!
Up next, a sharable recipe card for the best iced latte recipe…
Iced Vanilla Coffee Recipe
This homemade vanilla iced latte is a Starbucks “copycat” recipe… with a few notable differences.
Homemade VS. Starbucks:
- Just 30 calories (vs. Starbucks 300 calories)
- Only $2 (vs. Starbucks $4 and up)
- Just 5 Minutes (vs. Starbucks drive time and time in line)
Save the coffeehouse version for hanging out with friends, and make your own at home everyday to save time, money, and calories!
I made this recipe as a way to save money and calories, but I found that saving time driving to a coffeehouse was perhaps the best saving of all.
If you love this low calorie iced coffee, you’ll also love this NEW Starbucks “Olive Oil Latte” Copycat recipe!
Nutrition and Calories in Iced Vanilla Latte Recipe
The nutrition and calories in iced lattes below is based off 1 serving (about 1.5 cups) of the above recipes for homemade vanilla lattes.
I used the zero calorie all-natural sweetener, but sugar will work. It will however slightly change the calories and sugar in the recipe.
Furthermore, I also used Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk to make this Starbucks Copycat recipe, you could use any milk you prefer, but it will change the nutrition.
Important Note: As a reminder, at Lose Weight By Eating it is our goal to make you healthier, all-natural versions of your favorite recipes… not all will be “diet worthy” depending on the diet you are on. But they will be healthier versions to help curb your cravings.