Starbucks Babyccino drink
What's A Starbucks Babyccino And How Do You Order It?

Starbucks was once the domain of adults, but today, sweeter drinks are now popular with teens and young children. They have their pick of fancy-sounding drinks like the Babyccino.

This warm drink is a cappuccino without the espresso — basically, hot frothed milk. Containing only natural sugars and no caffeine, it's a charming little sipper for your tot.

The Babyccino isn't an official Starbucks menu item, so don't be surprised if your barista isn't familiar with the name. Simply request steamed milk with milk foam on top.

You can order a kid-friendly size that you won't find on the menu called a "short," which is just eight ounces. Request it at a cooler temperature of about 105 degrees Fahrenheit.

Babyccinos are sometimes offered free of charge, but this is not an official policy. A standard Babyccino uses 2% cow's milk, but you can also request plant-based milk.

Part of the fun at Starbucks is customizing your drink beyond the basics, and kids don't have to miss out. Ask for a sprinkle of cinnamon or cocoa powder on top of a Babyccino.