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Before I ask my question, I want to ask: Vitamin Shoppe paternity test???.

My main question is: Any suggestions on what I can get from there? how about coffee in general? I dont do black coffee though. thanks!!..

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Sugar-Free is a good way to go, Starbucks offers a couple of sugarfree syrups, vanilla, hazelnut, cinnamon dolce, caramel. Also for the holidays gingerbread is coming as a sugar free syrup too. If you forgot to mention NONFAT, the standard is 2% which is good as well. Makes life a little simpler. But, stay away! from the Frappuccinos! Even the light Frappuccinos are bad! it's only 1/3 calories off the regular frappuccinos...

Comment #1

And here's my recipe for an iced caramel coffee (or latte).

1 cup cold coffee.

1 cup cold milk.

1 teaspoon FF/SF caramel sauce.

Splenda to taste.

Put the teaspoon of caramel on the bottom of a tall glass, add the coffee, then the milk and splenda..

It works out as one dairy/protein and one free food...

Comment #2

LOL. Totally sympathize!!! Like everyone else has said....

Order a:.

TALL ( I asked at our local starbucks, and they figured by the time you made up for the coffee and space it was an 8 ounce glass of milk.).

NON-FAT (legal on NS).

SUGAR-FREE syrup. (You can count it as a freebie.I think I have tried them all. I like the caramel the best..

LATTE..

Decaf is good.

Hope this helps. Don't know how I would survive without them. LOL..

Don't forget to count it as a dairy serving..

Good luck..

Comment #3

Caramel is my favorite too, unless it's winter...then it's SF cinnamon dolce! YUM-MO!!!..

Comment #4

Love the name..used to have an old friend that we referred to as "neeners." from Nene. ANyways. I drink starbucks as much as possible, splenda or equal and cinnamon are what I go for, I have grown for the taste. Every now and then I splash the vanilla, don't know what is in there though.....

Comment #5

Thanks for the suggestions, Im going to get one NOW!! SO Ive been on NS for 4 months but have been stuck at 30 lbs for the past 4 weeks. Getting REALLY frustrated. Im so about to go get some pad thai from the place around the corner but if I gain a pound Im gonna want to jump out the window!!..

Comment #6

Starbucks.com also provides info on Nutritional Values for all of their products as well as a way to adjust the cal/fat/carb count by varying the size and type of milk or syrup.

It was very helpful when I was counting points with WW...

Comment #7

I get a Tall Mocha Frappuccino Light, 110 calories. I use it as a milk and a free food. I have one every two weeks..

It is wonderful!!!..

Comment #8

Fortunately, my favorite drink from Starbucks fits right in with the plan. I get the Iced Americano. I add a little splenda and just a splash of nonfat milk. It's wonderful! And quite the energy booster!..

Comment #9

Does anyone happen to know what the stats are on a tall Iced Mocha made with soy milk and no whipped creme? I love having one every once in a while as a treat, but I was never sure how "legal" it was...

Comment #10

I always get a plain coffee and add milk and splenda....tastes good and is lots cheaper than the "mixed" drinks...

Comment #11

I love Chai Tea! How can I work that in?.

Thanks..

Comment #12

Go to www.starbucks.com and you'll find a nutritional value page where you can pick your drink and get your stats...

Comment #13

Starbucks has the Chai Tea Latte - made with Soy. I am going to check the website though and see how many calories, etc...

Comment #14

A short Chai Tea Latte made with soy is 120 calories................

Comment #15

Good Earth Decaf Vanilla Chai. IT IS HEAVEN and since it's decaf it's like any other decaf coffee/tea...

Comment #16

Have a tall, sugar-free latte and count it as a dairy/protein serving. A dairy/protein serving is 100 calories or less, 3g fat or less and 7g protein or more..

Use your free foods as creamers for coffee (20 calories a day, up to 3 per day)..

Coffee is unlimited...just watch the add-ins...

Comment #17

Starbucks is coming out with a SF Chocolate syrup in January! Woohoo! I'm so looking forward to having a FF, SF Mocha!.

The other afternoon, I went to Starbucks and got a Tall, Decaf, FF, SF, Gingerbread Latte. The woman taking my order called it a "Why Bother?" *giggle* I thought that was sooo funny! My "Why Bother" tasted delicious!..

Comment #18

I usually get a grande red eye. it's a coffee with a shot of expresso. they also have a black eye which is 2 shots for those really sleepy days! I add a splash of skim milk and splenda, you can also add SF syrups. so good, a great energy boost, cheap and low cal!..

Comment #19

Sugar-Free is a good way to go, Starbucks offers a couple of sugarfree syrups, vanilla, hazelnut, cinnamon dolce, caramel. Also for the holidays gingerbread is coming as a sugar free syrup too. If you forgot to mention NONFAT, the standard is 2% which is good as well. Makes life a little simpler. But, stay away! from the Frappuccinos! Even the light Frappuccinos are bad! it's only 1/3 calories off the regular frappuccinos...

Comment #20

Thanks for the post. Funny story about Starbucks. I won 50.00 in gift cards to Starbucks at an event in late October. I gave one of the 25.00 gift cards away to a friend for Christmas and the other one to my DH as he drives by them on his way to work. I am not near a Starbucks nor have I ever stopped in at one. At my job my employees (I'm the boss) gave me a 50.00 gift card to Starbucks for Christmas as I am a coffee nut.

Starbucks must be in my future...lol. Tami..

Comment #21


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