Ohhhh, Starbucks. You wondrous mecca of all things steamy and divine. You maker of scones and mini donuts and frosted bread. You taker of my cash. It’s such an angsty relationship I have with the Bux. On one hand, whenever I’m out of town and need to feel the familiar comfort of home, Starbucks is there–with all the same drinks and eats I’ve come to adore in my own backyard. I’ll sit and sip for hours, watching people move in and out of the cafe, simmering into the day’s news, nibbling on cake pops and biscotti. Life at Starbucks feels like life at Grandma’s house, without all the cluttered tchotchkes. On the other hand, I always leave with a hole in my wallet. Good gawd, a cup of coffee and Cranberry Bliss Bar will run me nearly ten bucks.
Thankfully, there’s a slew of bloggers who have remedied this conundrum. Dozens of delicious Starbucks copycat recipes have made it so you can sip your Pumpkin Spice Latte and save money, too.
Starbucks Autumn Spectacular! 1 of 16
Everything you love about Starbucks in the autumn, brought into your home kitchen. That's what's happening with these 15 incredible recipes. Just click through, find your favorite treat or drink, and discover how you can make it at home!
Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte 2 of 16
Daily take-out lattes from Starbucks are pricey, so make an authentic pumpkin spice latte with this recipe at a fraction of the cost!
Get the recipe for Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte
Better Than Starbucks Cream Cheese Muffins 3 of 16
These moist, sweet, mildly-spiced muffins are perfect for the fall season- and even better than the ones at Starbucks!
Get the recipe for Better Than Starbucks Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins
Steamy Chai Spiced Hot Chocolate 4 of 16
If you can't get to Starbucks for a Chocolate Chai Tea Latte, make this homemade version- you won't be disappointed!
Get the recipe for Steamy Chai Spiced Hot Chocolate
Classic Pumpkin Bread 5 of 16
This delicious spiced pumpkin loaf may save you some calories over the Starbucks version!
Get the recipe for Classic Pumpkin Bread
Caramel Macchiato (Starbucks Copycat) 6 of 16
Wake up to a caramel macchiato every morning with this simple make-at-home recipe!
Get the recipe for Caramel Macchiato (Starbucks Copycat)
Spiced Apple Fritter 7 of 16
These tasty fritters are reminiscent of apple pie- a perfect fall treat!
Get the recipe for SPICED APPLE FRITTER
Caramel Apple Cake 8 of 16
Bake up this delicious apple cake and infuse your house with wonderful fall spices!
Get the recipe for Caramel Apple Cake
Homemade Salted Caramel Mocha Frappuchino 9 of 16
If you have a major Starbucks habit and need to save cash, this recipe is a must try!
Get the recipe for Homemade Salted Caramel Mocha Frappuchino
Cranberry Orange Scones 10 of 16
Brew a cup of tea with a Starbucks copycat cranberry orange scone- you may not be able to stop at just one!
Get the recipe for Cranberry Orange Scones
Cranberry Bliss Bars 11 of 16
Anyone else want to swim in a vat of these Cranberry Bliss Bars? I'll see you there.
Get the recipe from the adorable & divine Girl Who Ate Everything
Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino 12 of 16
Shhh, don't tell Starbucks that this recipe tastes just like theirs!
Get the recipe from LOVE AND ZEST
Pumpkin Spice Latte Scones 13 of 16
Pumpkin scones are a perfect fall morning treat with coffee or tea!
Get the recipe from SARAHEATSAUSTIN
Copycat Recipe: Cinnamon Dolce Latte 14 of 16
If you don't have a Starbucks on the nearest corner, this recipe delivers a coffee shop latte spiced to perfection!
Get the recipe from THE AMBIVALENT ATTORNEY
Carrot Cake Muffins 15 of 16
Carrots add some healthy antioxidants to these muffins, and you won't be able to resist the cinnamon spice!
Get the recipe from REAL FOOD REAL DEALS
Cinnamon Chip Scones 16 of 16
Heavy cream and cinnamon chips make these scones amazing!
Get the recipe from TWO PEAS & THEIR POD
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