For a cold drink, you're still better off with a tall (12 oz) iced skim latte. Add a SF syrup if you want to flavor it or add a non-sugar sweetener to sweeten it. I couldn't bring it up side by side on their site, but here are the relative comparisons. No table feature here, so hopefully you can see the differenence easy enough. The Lite Frappacino is the one you posted, tall size, no whipped cream, plain coffee frappacino.
Component -- Lite Frapp. -- Iced Skim Latte
Calories -- 110 -- 70
Fat -- 1 gm -- 0 gm
Sodium -- 220 mg -- 105 mg
Sugars -- 15 gm -- 9 gm
Protein -- 5 gm -- 7 gm
The sugars in the skim latte are just those from the milk itself. I have a feeling the sugars in the frappacino are from more than whatever milk is in it, i.e. added sugars we should try to avoid. On the other hand it's waaay better than the regular frappacinos and you could probably count it as your sweet treat for the day! There is probably 35 calories of milk in there somewhere you don't have to count towards your sweet treat limit.
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