The grande-sized, 16-fluid ounce, skinny caramel macchiato made with nonfat milk from Starbucks has 140 calories, 10 of which are from fat, with 1 gram of total fats and 0.5 grams of saturated fat. It contains 10 milligrams of cholesterol, with 21 grams of carbohydrates and 18 grams of sugar but no dietary fiber. As for protein, this drink contains 11 grams. The caffeine content is 150 milligrams.
In addition to the three major macronutrients, the skinny caramel macchiato also provides 10 percent of the daily dietary requirements for vitamin A and 35 percent of the suggested amount of calcium. It is made using a sugar-free, vanilla-flavored syrup; Starbucks' special espresso; nonfat milk and caramel topping. The drink is available as a latte, with more milk than espresso, or as a caffè with more espresso than milk.
The short size, 8-fluid ounces, of the drink has only 80 calories. A tall drink, 12-fluid ounces, has 100 calories, and the venti size, 20-fluid ounces, has 160 calories. Unfortunately, Starbucks has discontinued the skinny caramel macchiato as of 2014. However, there are other beverages available in the skinny line. Some drinks are iced, and others are hot. It is also possible to ask to have most drinks made with nonfat milk and sugar-free syrup, even if there is not a skinny version on the menu.