Starbucks Vegan Drinks & Food Options (2024 Menu)

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Ordering vegan at Starbucks isn’t hard, but we’ve rated the entire menu to help you find all of your options! Scroll down to see our top vegan drink and food recommendations, or use the search box below to search the full Starbucks menu.

Drink Sections: How to Order Vegan Drinks | Best Vegan Drinks | Full Starbucks Drink Menu
Food Sections: How to Order Vegan Food | Best Vegan Food | Full Starbucks Food Menu
Also See: Starbucks Ingredients To Avoid

Icon Key:

✅ – Vegan when ordered directly off the menu.
⚠ – Not Vegan, but can be customized to be vegan.
🛑 – Not Vegan, cannot be customized to be vegan.

💡 We regularly update these pages to ensure accuracy, however, menus change seasonally and ingredient usage may also change over time. We recommend verifying the ingredients of menu items before ordering if you have strict dietary needs. Our guide is based upon U.S. menu items – international items may vary.

How To Order Vegan Drinks At Starbucks

  • Most drinks on the menu can be made vegan by simply replacing dairy milk with a plant-based alternative such as almond milk, coconut milk, oat milk, or soy milk.
  • The main drinks and additions to avoid include the seasonal favorite Pumpkin Spice Latte (😢), Chai Tea Latte, dairy milk, caramel syrup, honey blend, and whipped cream.
  • Skip the Whip (whipped cream) and Java Chips (dark chocolate with milk in it).
  • You can always substitute caramel syrup in place of their non-vegan caramel drizzle sauce, too!

Best Starbucks Vegan Drink Options

  1. Coffee & Tea – Keep it classic. Order hot or iced and pair with your favorite plant-based milk and flavored syrup.
  2. Pink Drink – Not only does it taste like one of your favorite childhood chewy candies, but it’s beautiful, too! Instagram ready from the first sip!
  3. Iced Brown Sugar Oatmilk Shaken Espresso – Sweet and satisfying, it’s not surprising this comes in as one of Starbuck’s most popular drinks.
  4. Strawberry Açai Lemonade Refresher – A light and bright refreshing thirst quencher made with real fruit!

Browse The Full Starbucks Drinks Menu:

Jump To Drink Menu Section: Hot Coffees | Hot Teas | Hot Drinks | Frappuccino Blended Beverages | Cold Coffees | Iced Teas | Cold Drinks

How To Order Vegan Food At Starbucks

  • When ordering food, avoid options with cheese, eggs, honey, and meat.
  • Most Starbucks’ bakery items are not vegan due to eggs or milk, however, Starbucks bagels are a great vegan option.

Best Starbucks Vegan Food Options

  1. Bagels – A classic breakfast choice in a variety of flavors to choose from. They don’t offer vegan cream cheese so try the vegan avocado spread instead.
  2. Strawberry Overnight Grains – Steel-cut oats, quinoa, chia seeds and coconut milk combined with fresh strawberries and topped with shaved coconut and toasted almonds make this a great healthy breakfast choice.
  3. Rolled & Steel-Cut Oatmeal – Oatmeal topped with a blend of raisins and nuts make up this a warm and simple option.
  4. Chickpea Bites & Avocado Protein Box – Like options? This box is for you. Packed full of protein and over 8 different items, all of which are vegan!

Browse The Full Starbucks Food Menu:

Jump To Food Menu Section: Hot Breakfast | Bakery | Lunch | Snacks & Sweets | Oatmeal & Yogurt

Non-Vegan Ingredients To Avoid

Aside from the more obvious items like meat, cheese, milk, and eggs, here are some specific non-vegan items on the Starbucks menu that you’ll want to avoid:

  • Coffee Creamer – Switch to almond milk, coconut milk, oat milk, or soy milk.
  • Cream Cheese – Unfortunately Starbucks does not offer a vegan cream cheese option. Try the avocado spread instead.
  • Toppings & Additions
    • Honey Blend
    • Dark Chocolate Curls and Java Chips
    • Cinnamon Dulce Topping
    • Caramel Drizzle Sauce, Caramel Brulée Sauce, White Chocolate Mocha Sauce

Vegan Starbucks Drink Menu



Hot Coffees


Brewed Coffees


Espresso Shots

Flat Whites




Clover Brewed Coffees

Coffee Travelers

Hot Teas

Chai Teas

Black Teas

Green Teas

Herbal Teas

Hot Drinks

Hot Chocolates



Frappuccino Blended Beverages

Coffee Frappuccino

Creme Frappuccino

Cold Coffees

Cold Brews

Nitro Cold Brews

Iced Americano

Iced Coffees

Iced Shaken Espresso

Iced Flat White

Iced Lattes

Iced Macchiatos

Iced Mochas

Iced Clover Brewed Coffees

Iced Teas

Bottled Teas

Iced Black Teas

Iced Chai Teas

Iced Green Teas

Iced Herbal Teas

Cold Drinks

Starbucks Refreshers



Sparkling Water


Vegan Starbucks Food Menu

Hot Breakfast

Breakfast Sandwiches & Wraps

Sous Vide Egg Bites



Cake Pops

Cookies, Brownies & Bars


Loaves & Cakes

Danishes & Doughnuts

Muffins & Scones


Warm Sandwiches

Protein Boxes

Snacks & Sweets

Biscotti & Cookies

Chocolates & Candy

Fruit & Nuts

Gum & Mints

Popcorn & Chips

Meat & Cheese

Snack Bars


Oatmeal & Yogurt

All branded menu item names are trademarks of Starbucks unless otherwise mentioned. Eat Drink Better is not affiliated with Starbucks and this guide has not been authorized or reviewed by Starbucks. The information provided is based on our own research and experience, and is intended for educational and informational purposes only.

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