Calorie Table for Starbucks Coffee
Please note: all calorie values are approximate
|Starbucks ® Coffees (16 fl oz)||Calories|
|Starbucks, Caramel Frappuccino® Coffee – no whip||280|
|Starbucks, Caramel Frappuccino® Coffee – whip||430|
|Starbucks, Coffee Frappuccino® Coffee||260|
|Starbucks, Caffe Latte, w/non-fat milk||165|
|Starbucks, Caffe au Lait, w/whole milk||155|
|Starbucks, Mocha Malt Frappuccino® Coffee – whip||570|
|Starbucks, Caffè Americano||15|
|Starbucks, Cappuccino, w/ low-fat milk||142|
|Starbucks, Caramel Macchiato||320|
Guide To Kilocalories and Kilojoules
Calories are units of energy. One calorie is usually defined as: the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 kilogram of water by 1 degree Celsius. Calories are used to measure the energy content of food. But when energy values appear on food labels they are often listed as “kilocalories” (kcal). Another unit of food energy is the “joule”. One calorie equals 4,184 joules, while one kilojoule (kJ) equals 1,000 joules.
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