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Starbucks' Holiday Drink Help
Byroney_WebMD_Staff posted:
"Nothing answers the cry of a cold morning during the holidays than a Starbucks Peppermint Mocha ." Find out what Nutritionist Elaine Magee says are good ways to enjoy a fun holiday drink at Starbucks' without loading on the fat and calories.

What's your favorite Starbuck's (or any place else) drink?

Mine is a vanilla bean frappuccino! A small one is around 250 calories, so I don't have many in a month.

Pounds off since December 2009= 25lbs. At this rate, it will be years until I reach goal, so I hope you don't mind having me around for a spell.
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irisheyes213 responded:
Thanks. This reminded me to look up the caramel brulee latte before ordering one. Glad I did since a tall with soy milk is 350 calories and 58 carbs. I will stick to hot tea
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irisheyes213 replied to irisheyes213's response:
Oh, I forgot to remove the whipped cream but still 270 with 52g of carbs for a tall.
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rocky2010 replied to irisheyes213's response:
ya know something i do when i want something that taste good and is nice and warm is i make me a cup of chai tea splash in some fat free milk and stevia somtimes ill even put a little squirt of fat free whipped cream on top! I LOVE it
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