This mango dragon fruit refresher recipe is bursting with deliciousness. It's an unforgettable tasty blend of sweet tropical flavors like white grape juice, mango juice, tart lemonade, and a hint of smooth and creamy coconut milk. The best part? Just 5 minutes is all it takes to make this popular Starbucks Refresher at home!
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The Best Mango Dragonfruit Refresher
This homemade Starbucks mango dragonfruit refresher is as delicious as it gets. Honestly, it's just as good as the one from the coffee shop, and it might be even better!
Seriously, the mix of fresh dragon fruit with a blend of tropical fruit juices is just so mouthwatering and so refreshing! It really makes a drink like no other, and it's a cinch to make - you certainly don't have to be a barista to make it!
In fact, this copycat Starbucks mango dragonfruit refresher recipe comes together in literally one step - that's how easy it is to make.
Sounds easy-peasy, right?! Well, that's because it is. And since it's so easy, you can whip up this Starbucks grilled cheese to go with it!
By the way, if you're a Starbucks fan - like I am - and want to make some more of their delicious drinks at home, you have to give this salted caramel cream cold brew recipe and cafe mocha recipe a try next! Both taste almost spot on to the ones from Starbucks - just like this Starbucks refresher does.
- Dragon fruit- fresh red dragon fruit, cut into cubes. You can also use freeze-dried dragon fruit with a teaspoon of dragon fruit powder instead.
- Grenadine- just for color.
- White grape juice
- Coconut milk
- Green coffee bean extract/green coffee bean powder- optional for added caffeine.
How to Make Starbucks Mano Dragonfruit Refresher
Step 1: Combine the ingredients. First, take out a large cup or glass jar that's big enough to hold all of the ingredients. For what it's worth, I like to use a giant mason jar. Add the cubed dragonfruit, grenadine, grape juice, mango juice, and lemonade. Give these ingredients a good stir or shake if your jar has a lid until everything is well combined.
Step 2: Finish and serve: Once the juices are blended together, you can pour the coconut milk into the glass and mix until it combines with the rest of the ingredients and turns a light pink color. To finish up, you can add some iced cubes to your refresher and enjoy!
This recipe for a Starbucks mango dragonfruit refresher will make enough for one venti-sized drink or two grande-sized drinks. If you have any of it left over, you can store the refresher in an airtight container - or glass jar - with a sealed lid. Store this way, it'll last in the fridge for about 1-2 days. By the way, when you're ready to store it, I recommend doing so without ice in it. Doing so will ensure it doesn't get watered down.
More Copycat Starbucks Recipes
If you liked this Starbucks mango dragonfruit refresher recipe, we have a ton of other Starbucks copycat recipes on the blog that you can make next!
Give one of these a try:
- Starbucks pink drink
- Starbucks chai tea latte
- Starbucks medicine ball tea
- Starbucks cake pops
- Starbucks iced white chocolate mocha
- Starbucks sweet cream cold foam
- Pumpkin cream cold brew
- 1 cup fresh red dragon fruit, cubed (or freeze-dried dragon fruit)
- 1 tsp. grenadine (Just for color)
- 1 handful ice
- ¼ cup white grape juice
- ¼ cup mango juice
- ¼ cup lemonade
- ¼ cup coconut milk
- ½ tsp. green coffee bean powder (optional for added caffeine)
- Add the dragonfruit and grenadine to the bottom of a large jar. Add in the grape juice, mango juice, and lemonade. Stir well to combine.
- Add the coconut milk and mix to fully combine.
- Serve over ice and enjoy.
Serving Size:1 serving
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 114Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 0mgCarbohydrates: 27gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 0g