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Pink Drink at Home

Starbucks Copycat Pink Drink recipe

Okay, so I’m definitely a little late to the game on this one…

but I finally tried the Pink Drink at Starbucks a few weeks ago. I am in love! It’s pretty, obviously, but it’s also refreshing and has just enough strawberry flavor. Plus, the coconut milk gives it a creaminess without making it heavy.

As much as I enjoy the Pink Drink, I’m not ready to give Starbucks all my money, and even pregnancy cravings aren’t enough to justify multiple trips a week to Starbucks. So, I decided to figure out how to make my own. The kids loved helping out with taste-testing, and after several batches, I think I’ve gotten pretty close to the real thing. I might actually like this version better, as there’s just 3 ingredients in this Pink Drink recipe, compared to the original. Plus, it couldn’t be simpler to make.

Pink Drink


  • 1/3 cup freeze-dried strawberries
  • 1.5 tsp freeze-dried strawberries for garnish
  • 6 ounces white grape juice
  • 4 ounces coconut milk


  1. Fill a large glass halfway with ice.

  2. Crumble 1.5 tsp of freeze-dried strawberries over the ice, breaking the strawberries into small pieces.

  3. Blend 1/3 cup of the strawberries and white grape juice in a blender until combined.

  4. Pour the white grape juice / strawberry mixture into the glass.

  5. Top with coconut milk and stir.

If you’re looking for more easy drink recipes, try my Perfect Passion Tea Lemonade.

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