All The Best Snack Food at Starbucks

I’m assuming (which isn’t always a good idea) that if you’re visiting Starbucks, it’s for coffee and not food. If I’m heading there, it’s for the opposite, which makes a perfect afternoon snack.

As I write this, I’m on the fence about eating Potato Cheddar Chive Bakes OR Sous Vide Egg Bites. It’s gonna happen, and yes, I do have coffee, but either a regular coffee or a latte with a couple of extra shots of espresso.

I couldn’t make up my mind, so both made the order along with the latte and two puppiccinos for our dogs. Marcela sat out on this round, but usually, she’s all about something with oatmilk, which I avoid.

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Potato Cheddar Chive Bakes

Starbucks Potato Cheddar Chive Bakes
Potato Cheddar Chive Bakes

A Potato Cheddar Chive Bakes, you say? These fellas come two to an order for $5.45, and ordering them warmed is a necessity.

This is not cheese-heavy and is more focused on the cubed potato pieces and chives throughout. It’s the perfect morning or afternoon snack, but it’s not a replacement for a full breakfast.

Starbucks Potato Cheddar Chive Bakes Closeup
Potato Cheddar Chive Bakes Closeup

If I was betting man, and I’m not, they will probably roll out other variations of these bakes like they did with my faves, the Sous Vide Egg Bites.

My friend, Rhody Foody, tried out the Potato Cheddar Chive Bakes along with an Iced Shaken Hazelnut Oatmilk Espresso. Check out this thoughts below.

Rhody Foody tried the Potato Cheddar Chive Bakes

Vanilla Bean Custard Danish

Starbucks Vanilla Bean Custard Danish
Vanilla Bean Custard Danish

A few years back, I took to eating cheese danishes since they were my grandfather’s favorite afternoon snack. The Starbucks cheese Danish is on regular rotation, but now there’s a Vanilla Bean Custard Danish.

Having it warmed up is a good idea, and this beauty will set you back $3.95, which I found reasonable. I’d probably give the vanilla bean version a slight edge in the battle of the Starbucks danishes since I’m a vanilla guy.

Chocolate Chip Coffee Cake

Starbucks Chocolate Chip Coffee Cake
Chocolate Chip Coffee Cake

As far as I know, the Chocolate Chip Coffee Cake and its sibling with bananas are retired from the Starbucks food menu. It was always a solid choice and perfect with a cup of dark roast coffee.

Glazed Cake Donut

Starbucks Glazed Cake Donut
Glazed Cake Doughnut

There are a couple of things I love more than life itself at Starbucks; one are the Sous Vide Egg Bites and the Glazed Cake Doughnut. It was my love before Mojo Donuts Miami’s old-fashioned cake donut entered my life.

Sous Vide Egg Bites

Starbucks Sous Vide Egg Bites Bacon and Gruyere Cheese
Starbucks Sous Vide Egg Bites Bacon and Gruyere Cheese

So yeah, I’m addicted to StarbucksSous VideBacon & Gruyere Egg Bites. There are Egg White and Red Pepper and Kale and Mushroom versions, which aren’t too shabby, either.

It didn’t take very long for knockoffs to show up in markets nationwide, but these fellas are still the gold standard for Starbucks food.

Petite Vanilla Bean Scone

Starbucks Coffee, Vanilla Scone and Sous Vide Egg Bites
Coffee, Petite Vanilla Bean Scone, and Sous Vide Egg Bites

The Petite Vanilla Bean Scone is my backup when Starbucks is out of the Cheese Danish or Glazed Cake Doughnut. The scones are very dense with an intense vanilla flavor, which I like.

Starbucks in Stores

Starbucks Sous Vide Egg Bites Bacon and Gruyere Cheese from Costco
Starbucks Sous Vide Egg Bites Bacon and Gruyere Cheese at Costco

If you’ve got a Costco membership, great news…the Sous Vide Egg Bites Bacon and Gruyere Cheese and Egg White and Roasted Red Pepper come 10 to a box for $18.40.

Also, if you can get your hands on Mason Dixie Biscuits at a supermarket near you, the sous vide egg bites are perfect for making a sandwich. I’d add some raspberry jam to next level of your creation.

History of Starbucks

The Founders of Starbucks
The Founders of Starbucks

Starbucks, an iconic global coffee chain, originated on March 30, 1971, at Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market when three partners—Jerry Baldwin, Zev Siegl, and Gordon Bowker—opened a small coffee bean store in Seattle, Washington. Initially focused on selling high-quality coffee beans and equipment, Starbucks took a pivotal turn when Howard Schultz joined the company in 1982.

Schultz was deeply inspired by the café culture during a trip to Italy and envisioned transforming Starbucks into a place where people could gather and savor premium coffee. He introduced the concept of espresso bars and a more inviting café atmosphere, eventually leading Starbucks to become a household name.

The company embarked on national expansion in the late 1980s and early 1990s, rapidly opening stores across the United States. In 1996, Starbucks went public, enabling further growth and innovation.

The Original 1971 Starbucks Logo
The Original 1971 Starbucks Logo

It became synonymous with not just coffee but also a unique customer experience, offering a wide array of beverages, pastries, and merchandise.

Starbucks ventured into international markets, opening stores in various countries worldwide while adapting its menu to cater to local tastes. Throughout its expansion, Starbucks prioritized ethical sourcing of coffee beans, sustainability, and social responsibility, aiming to make a positive impact on both the environment and coffee-growing communities.

Despite facing challenges, including economic fluctuations and evolving consumer preferences, Starbucks continually adapted its strategies. It introduced innovations like mobile ordering, digital payment options, and enhanced loyalty programs.

Starbucks remains a dominant force in the coffee industry, continually evolving its offerings while staying true to its commitment to quality coffee and creating welcoming spaces for its customers worldwide.

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