Lowest Calorie Frappuccino: 300 Cals & Under

Let’s be honest; treating yourself to a frappuccino daily can increase your sugar intake. So, to keep some balance in our daily calorie consumption but still indulge in the sweet and frozen goodness, we went on a hunt for the lowest calorie frappuccino.

Topics Explored

  1. Low Calorie Frapp Definition
  2. 10 Lowest Calorie Frappuccino
  3. How To Order Low Calorie Frapps?

What We Consider A Low Calorie Frappuccino

The average calorie count for a grande frappuccino is 400 calories or almost one meal. Our idea for low calorie version is anything below 300 calories, so it’s more of a snack than a whole meal.

We’ve also sourced some tips to help you lower even further the calorie count.

Homemade Vanilla Bean Frappuccino with Caramel
Homemade Vanilla Bean Frappuccino

10 Lowest Calorie Frappuccino (Ranked)

The lowest calorie frapp doesn’t have to be bland and boring. Below you’ll find the best tasting ones with the calories listed for a tall size. 

Beware that the calories are accurate at the time of writing; always check with your barista if you’re unsure of an ingredient.

1. Espresso Frappuccino (140 calories)

Espresso Frappuccino
Swap whole milk for non-fat

A coffee lover’s favorite, the espresso frappuccino comes with a shot of freshly brewed espresso at almost zero calories, milk, and two pumps of frap roast. 

To lower the already low calories, swap the whole milk for non-fat, which contains less than 70 calories per cup! (1)

How To Order:

“Hey, can I get an Espresso Frappuccino with non-fat milk, no whip please?”


  • Tall: 140 cals.
  • Grande: 210 cals.
  • Venti: 290 cals.

2. Coffee Frappuccino (160 calories)

Coffee Frappuccino
Go for low-calorie milk

Coffee frappuccino has a simple ingredient list: 2 pumps of frapp roast, milk, and ice. 

To cut some of the calories, swap a pump of frap roast for a shot of espresso, which is much lower in calories. You can also go for a lower-calorie milk option, like non-fat.

How To Order:

“Hi, a tall Coffee Frappuccino with non-fat milk, please.”


  • Tall: 160 cals.
  • Grande: 230 cals.
  • Venti: 310 cals.

3. Mocha Frappuccino (250 calories)

Mocha Frappuccino
Skip the drizzle

Mocha frappuccino is delicious, so it’s surprising to see it on a low-calorie list! 

Here’s how to keep the calories down: don’t go for the upgraded cookie crumble version, omit the mocha drizzle and whipped cream on top.

How To Order:

“Can I have a tall Mocha Frappuccino, no drizzle, no whip?”


  • Tall: 250 cals.
  • Grande: 370 cals.
  • Venti: 470 cals.

4. White Chocolate Crème (250 calories)

Crème frappucinos don’t have to be a caloric bomb. Enjoy a guilt-free white chocolate frappuccino by skipping the whipped cream in the white and choosing a lower-calorie milk option.

Non-fat milk or almond milk will work perfectly! 

How To Order:

“Hi, a tall White Chocolate Crème with almond milk, please!”


  • Tall: 250 cals.
  • Grande: 380 cals.
  • Venti: 450 cals.

5. Caramel Frappuccino (260 calories)

Small Caramel Frapp
No drizzle

For a low-calorie caramel indulgence, don’t go for the Caramel Ribbon Crunch version, which will cost you 40 added calories. Instead, go for the classic version, and swap the whole milk for non-fat.

Skip the whipped cream and caramel drizzle on top to snatch even more calories.

How To Order:

“Hey, can I grab a tall Skinny Caramel Frappuccino? Skip the whip and drizzle, please.”


  • Tall: 260 cals.
  • Grande: 380 cals.
  • Venti: 470 cals.

6. Vanilla Bean Crème (260 calories)

Creme Frapp
Under 300 calories

Vanilla Bean Crème is under 300 calories as is, but to cut some of them, you can hold the whipped cream. 

Depending on the location, you can ask the barista if they can substitute the vanilla bean powder or crème frap syrup for sugar-free vanilla syrup.

How To Order:

“Can I get a tall Vanilla Crème Frapp with no whip, please?”


  • Tall: 260 cals.
  • Grande: 380 cals.
  • Venti: 470 cals.

7. Caffè Vanilla (280 calories)

Vanilla Frapp
Ask for a non-fat version

Caffè Vanilla includes frap roast, vanilla bean powder, and milk. The easiest way to cut some calories is to switch the milk to a non-fat version.

You can also ask the barista if they can use sugar-free vanilla syrup instead of vanilla bean powder.

How To Order:

“Hey, a tall Caffè Vanilla Frapp with non-fat milk, please!”


  • Tall: 280 cals.
  • Grande: 400 cals.
  • Venti: 510 cals.

8. White Chocolate Mocha (280 calories)

White Mocha Frappuccino
Ask for sugar-free sauce

A large portion of the calories in the white chocolate mocha comes from the sugary white chocolate sauce, so the best option to cut some of them is to ask for a sugar-free version.  

Leave out the whipped cream and ask the frappuccino to be made with non-fat milk.

How To Order:

“A tall White Chocolate Mocha Frapp, no whip, sugar-free if possible.”


  • Tall: 280 cals.
  • Grande: 420 cals.
  • Venti: 500 cals.

9. Double Chocolaty Chip Crème (290 calories)

Chocolaty Chip Crème Frapp
Skip the whip

Have your chocolate and drink it too – now at lower calories. It’s hard to cut the calories in this drink drastically, but you can try your best by skipping the whipped cream and mocha drizzle.

You can also ask the barista to half the amount of the frappuccino chips they add before blending!

How To Order:

“Hi, can I grab a Double Chocolaty Chip Frapp, skip the whip & drizzle?”


  • Tall: 290 cals.
  • Grande: 410 cals.
  • Venti: 510 cals.

10. Matcha Crème Frappuccino (300 calories)

Matcha Frapp
Swap for SF syrup

Matcha frappuccinos are delicious and deemed healthy, but they’re on the edge of our low-calorie frappuccino list. To try and save some calories, omit the whipped cream on top. 

Don’t forget to ask your barista if they can swap the classic syrup for a sugar-free one.

How To Order:

“Hey, a tall Matcha Crème Frapp, no whip, with SF syrup!”


  • Tall: 300 cals.
  • Grande: 420 cals.
  • Venti: 520 cals.

How To Order A Low-Calorie Frappuccino?

Blended Frapp Mixture

Make it a ‘Skinny’

You’ve heard of skinny frappucinos, but what are they exactly? Skinny is simply swapping the milk in the drink for non-fat milk. 

How does this affect the overall calorie count? For example, a cup of skim or non-fat milk has around 84 calories, while whole milk has almost double – 152 calories for the same portion!

Hold the whip

Whipped cream is the fun part of a frozen drink, but how much does it cost you in calories? A serving of whipped cream ranges between 60 and 100 calories. The exact number depends on how much sugar the cream contains and the serving size.

Whipped cream and cold foams are high in fat, so skip it if you’re aiming for a low-calorie drink.

Ask for sugar-free syrup and sauces

A pump of syrup can range between zero and 25 calories, all depending on the flavor. Multiply the number by 2 or more pumps, and there you have at least 50 calories.

Most specialty frappuccinos use more than one syrup. Always ask your barista if they have the sugar-free version of the syrup to omit the sugar calories.


Lowest Calorie Frappuccino

The lowest-calorie frappuccino was easier to find than expected, but it comes at a cost. Customization is a must if you’re looking to cut some calories.

You don’t have to compromise on flavor! There is a sugar-free version of almost all syrups, and non-fat milk doesn’t taste drastically different from whole milk when blended into the drink.

Verified Sources

Wondering where your info comes from? We totally understand. Hey Joe only obtains our information from reputable sources. Contents from this article are sourced from the following publications:

  1. US Dairy: ​​https://www.usdairy.com/news-articles/whats-the-difference-between-whole-milk-and-fat-free-milk
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