If you are one of the many people that are looking for a great alternative to milk products in your coffee, you may have considered oat milk. This creamy drink uses processed oats to make a delicious non-dairy substitute for milk. It is also a great addition to your morning coffee drink.
To accommodate the need for delicious coffees with a variety of dairy substitutes, there is an extensive line of Starbucks oat milk drinks available. These menu additions are available in most major cities and are a great way to enjoy some of your favorite Starbucks drinks without the dairy.
Our List of the Best Starbucks Oat Milk Drinks
Below we’ve provided a list of seventeen of the oat milk drinks that you can enjoy at Starbucks. We’ve also provided a description of each drink so you know exactly what you’re getting if you order one of these oat milk drinks from your local Starbucks.
- Caramel Oat Milk Frappuccino
- Iced Brown Sugar Oat Milk Shaken Espresso
- Honey Oat Milk Latte
- Iced Vanilla Latte with Oat Milk
- Oat Milk Chai Tea Latte
- Iced Toasted Vanilla Oat Milk Shaken Espresso
- London Fog Latte with Oat Milk
- Iced Blonde White Mocha with Oat Milk
- Java Chip Frappuccino with Oat Milk
- Honey and Hazelnut Oat Latte
- Iced Flat White with Oat Milk
- Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino with Oat Milk
- Iced Americano with Oat Milk
- Oat Milk Cocoa Macchiato
- Dark Cocoa and Orange Oat Latte
- Strawberry and Vanilla Oat Latte
- Caramelised Macadamia Oat Latte (New)
17 of the Best Starbucks Oat Milk Drinks
1. Caramel Oat Milk Frappuccino
Frappuccinos are one of the most popular beverages at Starbucks. These cold blended drinks make a great treat for a warm summer day. The caramel oat milk frappuccino is one of our favorite oat milk drinks at Starbucks.
It’s made using espresso, caramel syrup, oat milk, and ice. The ingredients are blended together and served with a caramel drizzle and whipped cream on top. Like its dairy cousin, this is a delightful treat.
2. Iced Brown Sugar Oat Milk Shaken Espresso
If you’re not sure about blended drinks, but you love cold or iced coffee, the iced brown sugar oat milk shaken espresso is a nice pick. This delicious drink is made using espresso, brown sugar and cinnamon syrups, oat milk, and ice.
Your barista will make fresh espresso, add it to the other ingredients and shake. This gives you a smooth and sweet way to start the day.
3. Honey Oat Milk Latte
The honey oat milk latte is a nice way to enjoy a sweetened coffee without the use of processed sugars, high-sugar syrups, or other processed sweeteners.
The ingredients of this drink are pretty simple – Starbucks espresso, steamed oat milk, and honey. Starbucks tops this latte with some toasted honey sprinkles
4. Iced Vanilla Latte with Oat Milk
This is a classic that tastes as good with oat milk as it does with typical whole milk. With the iced vanilla latte with oat milk, you get the light vanilla flavor, combined with Starbucks classic espresso, that you love, but without the dairy.
If you’re not sure if you’re going to like your Starbucks drink with oat milk this is a great place to start.
5. Oat Milk Chai Tea Latte
If coffee isn’t your thing, never fear, there’s an oat milk drink for you as well. The Oat milk chai tea latte is a spicy, delicious non-coffee option at Starbucks.
We like chai with oat milk because the slight sweetness in oat milk gives a bit of balance to the spices in the tea. Starbucks can also make this tasty drink in iced form, so you can enjoy this tasty treat all year round.
6. Iced Toasted Vanilla Oatmilk Shaken Espresso
The iced toasted vanilla oat milk, shaken espresso are much like the brown sugar option mentioned at the start of this article. This tasty drink uses toasted vanilla syrup combined with a blonde espresso and shaken with oat milk.
If you’re not into the complex flavors of the brown sugar iced shaken espresso, the vanilla option is a bit milder in its flavors.
7. London Fog Latte with Oat Milk
London fog tea is Starbucks’ option for a traditional Earl Gray style tea. Many people like to add milk to their tea for a creamier experience.
Starbucks takes this treat up a notch by using steamed oat milk and vanilla syrup in the tea. Oat milk adds a bit of smoothness to the tea which gives you flavors of bergamot, orange, and lavender.
8. Iced Blonde White Mocha with Oat Milk
If you are looking for something different than your normal latte, the iced blonde white mocha is a delicious alternative. This drink uses the more mild blonde espresso combined with caramelized white chocolate, creamy oat milk, and ice.
This is a much lighter version of the traditional mocha, and it doesn’t overwhelm you with chocolate flavor. You can also add any of the Starbucks flavored syrups to this drink for a bit of variety.
9. Java Chip Frappuccino with Oat Milk
If you love chocolate and coffee this is the drink for you! The java chip oat milk frappuccino is an explosion of chocolate in a cup. This creamy, blended coffee drink uses coffee, oat milk, chocolate chips, and ice.
We recommend topping this frappuccino with java chips and whipped cream. Actually, this Starbucks drink makes a perfect dessert to end your day.
10. Honey and Hazelnut Oat Milk Latte
We’ve already told you about the honey oat milk latte, but if you need just a little more flavor with your morning coffee this is a nice option.
Add a pump or two of hazelnut to your honey oat milk latte and you have a sweet and nutty change to your morning routine. Adding hazelnut syrup to this drink does add more sugar and more calories to this drink, so you may want to skip whipped cream or order a smaller size.
11. Iced Flat White with Oat Milk
Flat whites have become a popular drink for people that are new to coffee drinking or who want a more creamy option. The typical flat white is a third espresso and two-thirds steamed milk.
If you’re not into dairy, oat milk is a great alternative for this drink. Not only does it keep the silky texture that you want from your flat white, but it also adds a little sweetness that you don’t get with the typical whole milk option.
12. Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino with Oat Milk
The mocha cookie crumble frappuccino is another Starbucks drink that is more dessert than coffee, but it is a tasty treat! Starbucks is really great about customizing all of its coffee drinks with non-dairy options.
The mocha cookie crumble frappuccino is the Starbucks frappuccino made with oat milk, cookie crumbles, coffee and topped with whipped cream, chocolate drizzle, and more cookie crumbles.
13. Iced Americano With Oat Milk
Americanos are a great way to smooth out espresso. This lighter coffee drink is an espresso cut with hot water. However, not everyone loves just plain coffee.
If you like the idea of a lighter espresso drink, but also like to add cream or milk to your coffee, the iced Americano with oat milk is a great alternative to dairy.
The sweetness of the oat milk also gives the traditional iced Americano a little sweetener without using sugar. On cold days, ask for this option hot, for a delicious way to warm up.
14. Oat Milk Cocoa Macchiato
Macchiatos are always a nice option for coffee lovers. This drink gives a more robust coffee experience than other options that are mixed with milk, or a dairy alternative.
The cocoa macchiato with oat milk is a perfect blend of sweet, chocolate, and coffee. A mix of bold espresso, a bit of cocoa, vanilla syrup, and frothed oat milk gives you a well-balanced drink that is the perfect way to start the day.
15. Dark Cocoa and Orange Oat Milk Latte
Chocolate and orange are a surprising combination that many people really enjoy. Combining these flavors in coffee is a great way to mix up your coffee routine.
When you order this drink at Starbucks you get their lighter blonde espresso which pairs well with the bitterness of the dark cocoa and the brightness of the orange. The oat milk makes this drink creamy without being too heavy.
16. Strawberry and Vanilla Oat Milk Latte
If you don’t like chocolate but are looking for a coffee drink for dessert or a sweet treat, the strawberry and vanilla oat milk latte is what you’re looking for.
This Starbucks drink is kind of like strawberry shortcake in a cup. Don’t be fooled, however, there is still espresso in this delicious treat. It is also caffeinated and is a great midday pick-me-up.
17. Caramelized Macadamia Oat Milk Latte
The newest offering from Starbucks is the caramelized macadamia latte. In larger markets, this drink hit the menu in early January, but expect it to roll out slower in smaller markets.
This drink is buttery, nutty and caramel all in one taste. Use oat milk instead of whole milk for a lower-fat, lighter option that is still creamy, but allows you to stick to your New Year’s resolutions.