The Secret Starbucks Cinderella Latte Recipe Revealed: An Enchanting Treat

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Have you heard of the Cinderella Latte? If you’re a fan of the iconic Pumpkin Spice Latte from Starbucks, you’ll definitely want to give this now-famous Cinderella Latte a try.

A Cinderella Latte Cup Concept
A Cinderella Latte cup concept

Created by an Instagrammer named @HappiestTeesOnEarth, who worked at Starbucks for seven years, this Disney-inspired drink is a little magic that has taken the coffee world by storm.

What exactly is a Cinderella Latte?

It’s simply a Pumpkin Spice Latte with White Chocolate Mocha Sauce substituted for half of the pumps of Pumpkin Sauce. So, if you order a grande size, you’ll get two pumps of Pumpkin Sauce and two pumps of White Chocolate Mocha.

The drink’s name refers to the coach Cinderella rides to the ball in the Disney movie.

You can enjoy this magical drink hot, iced, or as a blended Frappuccino. The Cinderella Latte has gained popularity across various coffee stores and on social media, inspiring PSL-inspired gear that you can purchase from @HappiestTeesOnEarth’s T-shirt line.

Her signature latte, the Cinderella Latte, is featured on a blue shirt with white lettering sprinkled with glitter and hidden Mickeys. The Fairy Godmother’s wand is also visible in the whipped cream.

Cinderella Latte Ingredients

To help you understand the ingredients in a Cinderella Latte, here’s a table showing the different components:

Espresso1-2 shots
Pumpkin Sauce2 pumps (half the usual amount)
White Chocolate Mocha Sauce2 pumps
Milk8-12 oz
Whipped CreamOptional
Pumpkin Pie SpiceOptional

Here are the steps to make a Cinderella Latte:

  1. Pull one or two shots of strong coffee.
  2. Add Pumpkin Sauce and White Chocolate Mocha Sauce to the espresso.
  3. Steam the milk.
  4. Add the steamed milk to the espresso mixture.
  5. Top the drink with whipped cream.
  6. Sprinkle some Pumpkin Pie Spice on top (optional).

If you want to make a Cinderella Latte at home, you can purchase a Breville Espresso Pro System, which allows you to make Starbucks-quality coffee drinks in the comfort of your own home.

Breville Espresso Pro
The Breville Espresso Pro | Source

Cinderella Latte Calories

Here is a table showing the calorie count of the Cinderella Latte in each size (hot and iced) from Starbucks:

SizeHot Cinderella LatteIced Cinderella Latte
Cinderella Latte Calorie Count

Just keep in mind that the number of calories listed in the table might not be exact because it could change a little based on how the Starbucks employee makes your drink. Also, if you add anything extra like syrup, milk or toppings, the number of calories in your drink will go up.

Is the Cinderella Latte Available at Disney Parks?

If you’re planning a trip to Disney, you might even be able to enjoy the Cinderella Latte while there! The drink has gained popularity in Disney Parks, and you may be able to find it at the Starbucks locations on Main Street.

So, what are you waiting for? Give this Disney-inspired drink a try this pumpkin season.


How many calories are in a Cinderella Latte?

Cinderella Latte In A Mug

A grande-sized Cinderella Latte has approximately 360 calories.

Can I order a Cinderella Latte at Starbucks?

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While the Cinderella Latte is not an official menu item, many Starbucks baristas are familiar with the recipe and can make it for you upon request. It’s a popular underground beverage among Disney fans.

Is the Cinderella Latte vegan?

No, the Cinderella Latte is not vegan as it contains dairy products such as milk and whipped cream. However, you can substitute non-dairy milks such as coconut milk and sugar-free syrups like sugar-free white chocolate syrup to make it vegan-friendly.

Where can I find the Cinderella Latte recipe?

The recipe for the Cinderella Latte can be found on @HappiestTeesOnEarth‘s Instagram account. She’s the former barista who came up with this version of the classic Pumpkin Spice Latte.

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Kelsey may not know everything about coffee, but after two decades as a barista in Seattle and Santa Barbara, he knows a thing or two. When he's not obsessing over the perfect cup, you can find him hanging out with his wife and daughter or sharing his java gems on this here blog.

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