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Easy Starbucks Orange Drink Copycat Recipe

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Yes, there is yet another colorful Starbucks drink – the Orange Drink and this one is really easy to recreate at home. #OrangeDrink

Vanilla Bean Starbucks #OrangeDrink Beauty and the Beets

Because we,as consumers,are not satisfied with only having a Pink Drink, and a Purple Drink, there is now an Orange Drink.I kid you not.The rainbow palette is alive and well at your local Starbucks. The Pink Drink was made with Strawberries and Coconut Milk, the Purple Drink consists of Passion Fruit and Coconut/Soy milk, and now we have the Orange Drink. It is very simple- Orange Mango Juice, Vanilla Bean Powder and Coconut Milk. That is exactly how you ask for it – just tell the barista you want orange mango juice, 2 scoops of vanilla bean powder and Coconut Milk.

Beauty and the Beets Starbucks Copycat Recipe Orange Drink

However, as a blogger that has been trying to recreate all these awesome Starbucks summer beverages, I can’t just walk away and not give you a recipe right? This is the easiest of all the drinks to make at home. It requires no stovetop, no cooking down of fruit and no making of simple syrup. Just add the three ingredients over ice, shake and serve. And there you have it – the taste is just like that of a Creamsicle, a favorite of childhood memories everywhere.

Starbucks #OrangeDrink ingredients Beauty and the Beets

One quick word about the Vanilla Bean Powder – it is not easy to find, I was not able to physically find it in a store but I did find a few different ones on Amazon. (<—and yes, that is an affiliate link, your support is greatly appreciated.) From looking online it also looks like the powder can be found in stores like Whole Foods and The Fresh Market in most major markets (just not here in Orlando Sad smile). Vanilla Bean Powder is made from ground vanilla beans. However, I found that using Vanilla Simple Syrup or even a Vanilla Protein Powder would work just as well.

Starbucks Orange Drink copycat Beauty and the Beets

And here is my theory – these colorful drinks are not being made up by the average Joe going into Starbucks, bored of the menu. There is someone in Seattle, in the corporate offices of Starbucks who is being paid to imagine these new summer trendy beverages. I think next we are going to get the Blue Drink – some combination of green Matcha tea and blackberries with lemonade. What color will be next?

Starbucks Orange Drink Beauty and the Beets
Starbucks Orange Drink Copycat Recipe

Starbucks Orange Drink Copycat Recipe

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 2 minutes

Yes, there is yet another colorful Starbucks drink - the Orange Drink and this one is really easy to recreate at home. #OrangeDrink



  1. Add ice to a large cocktail shaker.
  2. Pour the orange mango juice, coconut milk and vanilla bean powder over the ice.
  3. Add the shaker top, shake vigorously for 10-15 seconds, then pour into serving glass.
  4. Serve immediately.

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Tuesday 5th of July 2016

And this is why I love the internet! I love this recipe Anna-Marie and it will be copied, however you opened up my eyes to this vanilla bean powder. Never knew about this till today and it has got me intrigued. Gonna get a bag, especially since I wanna try this copy-cat recipe :)


Tuesday 5th of July 2016

I am fascinated by the vanilla bean powder as well. I didn't know there was so a thing but it is so good!! Thank you for stopping by Janene!


Tuesday 28th of June 2016

I've never ever heard of vanilla bean powder!


Tuesday 28th of June 2016

Hi Kim! I had never heard of Vanilla Bean Powder either until I was researching this drink! I love the stuff now, though I can't find it anywhere but online right now.

Helen Corbin

Tuesday 28th of June 2016

Can I put in a request for a color??????????

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