Wanna Make a Caramel Macchiato at Home? Starbucks Has a DIY Recipe (and a Bunch More)

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If nothing would make you happier in the morning than a Starbucks barista showing up at your front door with a hazelnut cold brew in hand, you’re in luck. There’s an easier way to get your daily drink, and we had no idea it existed.

Thanks to Starbucks Coffee At Home’s online recipe library, you can make everything from lattes to smoothie bowls to truffles inspired by real Starbucks menu items and signature flavors. The site also has a massive listing of products like K-cups, creamers and refreshers with links to online retailers, plus tips for brewing coffee at home and entertainment inspo.

A lot of drinks call for Starbucks-brand coffees, sweeteners and syrups, but feel free to substitute whatever you have on hand. Here are a few recipes we’re eager to try:

Cinnamon Coffee Cake

You had us at cinnamon streusel. If you ever wondered how it gets so moist, the answer is Greek yogurt.

Caramel Macchiato

She’s creamy, she’s sweet, she’s iconic. Top her off with the signature crisscross caramel drizzle and *chef’s kiss.*

Honey Ginger Simple Syrup

We’re putting this in green tea, iced coffee, gin drinks and beyond.

Iced Sunrise Cinnamon Honey Coffee

Consider this your new workout buddy for all those summer walks you’re dreaming about.

Overnight Grain Bowl

Barley, oats and bulgur will help you power through the day, even without a venti latte.

Potato Bacon Frittata

Missing those sous vide egg bites? They miss you back. But this is way better.

Coffee Chia Pudding

Rise and shine with antioxidants galore sweetened with vanilla and maple syrup.

Chocolate-Covered Coffee Beans

Dessert just got a whole lot fancier. Bold espresso beans hold up best under the sweetness of chocolate.

Guess you don’t need the barista as much as you thought you did. We’re writing (read: misspelling) our names on our mugs for posterity.

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Food Editor

Taryn Pire is PureWow’s food editor and has been writing about all things delicious since 2016. She’s developed recipes, reviewed restaurants and investigated food trends at...