The Best 60 Calorie Iced Caramel Coffee

Low Calorie Caramel Iced Coffee

The Best 60 Calorie Iced Caramel Coffee

Low Calorie Caramel Iced Coffee

I’m a coffee person. I like black coffee. I like coffee with stevia. I don’t like super sweet coffee with too much cream and sugar. I prefer it just sweet enough that you can still definitely taste the coffee, which is hit or miss at chains and those versions are also usually very high calorie. So, I’ve created the best 60 calorie iced caramel coffee!


For only 6o calories you can have the equivalent of an iced caramel macchiato (which is 250 calories without whipped cream!). 


If you have leftover coffee from the morning, refrigerate it and save it for later. Or go grab an iced coffee, no classic, from Starbucks real quick. Or, just make extra coffee in the morning or evening and pop it in the fridge until you’re ready to make this magic.


Pro Tip: I don’t ask Starbucks to leave room at the top because I’d rather just drink the extra coffee before I add anything to it. Shrug.


Alrighty, so first I add 2-4 packets of Stevia in the raw. If you like your coffee super sweet, just add a few more packets.


Then I add a tablespoon of Sugarfree Vanilla syrup. 


Next, I use my frother to mix it all up!


Then I top it with fat free whipped cream, and drizzle the sugar free caramel syrup over top!


Tada! A nice little caffeinated afternoon treat!


You can actually grab all of these items (minus the fat free half and half) on Amazon and a couple even show up within 24 hours depending on where you’re located. Super convenient! Have I mentioned I’m a huge fan of ordering anything and everything possible online? I’ll add links to the specific products I use (including the super handy inexpensive frother!) below.


The Best 60 Calorie Iced Caramel Coffee

At only 60 calories, this is the perfect afternoon treat, or fun morning coffee!
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Low Calorie Caramel Iced Coffee


  • 4 tbsp Fat Free Half & Half
  • 4 packets Stevia in the Raw
  • 1 tbsp Sugar Free Vanilla Syrup
  • 2 tbsp Fat Free Whipped Cream
  • 1 tbsp Sugar Free Caramel Syrup


  • Add your half and half
  • Add your Stevia
  • Add your vanilla syrup
  • Use the frother to mix it all up
  • Top with whipped cream
  • Drizzle sugar free caramel on top
  • TADA!
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