At Home 30 Calorie Blended Iced Latte!


Whenever I go to Starbucks, I order the “Taralynn’sccino!” Today, I decided to make a copycat at home. It’s actually better for you and a lot cheaper! There is nothing better than an iced cold coffee drink on a hot day!


All you need is 1/4 cup of cold espresso (you can use cold iced coffee), 1/2 cup of ice, 1 cup unsweetened almond milk, and 1 packet stevia. If you want a strong vanilla kick, add 1/2 tsp of vanilla extract.


Add all the ingredients (except stevia) to the blender and blend on high for about three minutes.


Stir in the packet of stevia and enjoy!

It’s a lot faster, cheaper, and healthier to make it at home!

Later today I’ll be posting a chocolate strawberry protein fluff recipe!


  • Nick


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  • Jenna Nolten

    I tried this recipe and I liked it! I decided to write a post about it in my Coffeetime posts. I review coffee-recipes in those in my search for perfect at home (Starbucks-worthy) coffee. Check it out!:)

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  • Jenna Nolten

    Loved it! Perhaps a stupid question but what is that Cast iron waffles stuff?

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  • Brittany

    Is there a reason that you stirred In the stevia? Instead of blending?

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  • Shelley

    I’m not a big coffee drinker anymore since I associate it with teaching zero period, but I do enjoy coffee every once in a while and this would be a great way to get my fix in! I love how low calorie it is without being just bland coffee and creamer.

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  • Candace Marie

    I’m a coffee lover and having some iced coffee on a hot day is the best thing ever for me. Have you tried making cold pressed coffee? THE BEST THING EVER.

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  • Linda @ Fit Fed and Happy

    Almond milk is an essential at my house! And having this latte is the main reason why!

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  • Kimberly

    I love the dark chocolate almond milk with half a stevia in the raw in my iced coffee! I will have to try the vanilla

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  • Lexie

    Looks delicious! I have started making these too, you inspired me!
    I just bought the Starbucks Iced Coffee today too, my grocery store finally has it. IN LOVE!
    Thanks for the great, healthy recipe.

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  • Kim

    This is a great idea! I will definitely have to try this! Thanks for posting 🙂

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  • Livi @ Eat, Pray, Work It Out

    I love this for a little pick me up! And it’s more fun than just a cup of coffee!

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  • Natasha @ Under The Sticks

    This sounds fantastic! Way to save money 🙂 Do you like Chai tea?

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  • Debbie

    Looks good!

    I like to use unsweetened almond coconut milk in my iced coffee, or the unsweetened vanilla almond coconut milk. I also like unsweetened vanilla coconut milk in iced coffee. Yum, yum!

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