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  • The Best Drinks For Kids At Starbucks!

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    Sitting here at my local Starbucks, writing away at these blog stories for you fans, a family walks in...or rather, two kids run in screaming for chocolate milk and their parents follow them, looking rather relieved for a cup of coffee. This got me thinking, besides chocolate milk or hot chocolate, what else is their for kids at Starbucks to drink? Well....I found it. Check out this great article that gives us the best drinks for kids at good ol' Starbucks:

    Passion Iced Tea

    This fruity, decaffeinated drink is totally kid-friendly. It's hibiscus flavored, which is a fancy way of saying red and berryish.

    Vanilla Steamer

    Also available in kid's size and temperature and with a variety of milks, a vanilla steamer is simply steamed milk with vanilla syrup.


    Little known fact: Starbucks has smoothies ... and they're good! Flavors are orange mango, strawberry and chocolate.


    This is simply extra-foamy milkā€”like a cappuccino, but without the espresso. (Cappuccinos are about half foam and half steamed milk, while lattes have about 1/4 foam and 3/4 milk.) Little kids especially love the light, bubbly nature of foam.

    Read more at Mom

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