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18 Healthy Fast Food Drinks Under 200 Calories

We found plenty of healthy fast food drinks that are indulgent enough to feel like a treat. Here's what to order!

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Shaken Iced Passion Tango Tea at Starbucks

(0 Calories)

Starbucks has all kinds of sugary beverages—hot and cold alike—but it also has zero-calorie drinks on the menu. The coffee chain’s Teavana Shaken Iced Passion Tango Tea is a good choice for a guilt-free option.

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Pineapple Orange Fruit Smoothie at Tim Hortons

(180 Calories)

Made with Greek yogurt, the health-conscious Pineapple Orange Fruit Smoothie from Tim Hortons is a no-brainer if you’re looking for something that’s sweet, filling and not completely loaded with added sugar.

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Sweet Tea at McAlister’s Deli

(150 Calories)

There’s nothing like a tall glass of Sweet Tea from McAlister’s Deli to go with any of the popular fast food chain’s sandwiches, soups or salads. You won’t need to sacrifice any sweet taste or calories while sipping on it, either.

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Raspberry Iced Tea at Dunkin’

(5 Calories)

Sure, Dunkin’ is a powerhouse when it comes to cranking out some of the most-loved coffee out there. But the chain also serves a handful of reasonably healthy fast food drinks, like its Iced Black Tea with a shot of raspberry, a welcome change from the normal sugar-filled treats there.

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Cucumber Orange Cooler at Jamba Juice

(130 Calories)

Picture freshly squeezed orange juice infused with the refreshing tastes of a crisp apple, fresh cucumber and a zesty lemon. Yep—the Cucumber Orange Cooler from Jamba Juice is as nutrient-packed as it is tasty.

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Strawberry Banana Smoothie at McDonald’s

(190 Calories)

Once you get over the fact that yes, McDonald’s actually does serve smoothies, the fast food giant’s Strawberry Banana Smoothie might just be your next favorite go-to item on the McCafe menu.

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Peach and Blueberry Smoothie at Panera

(180 Calories)

You might be at Panera for their tasty paninis or mouth-watering bread bowls—but their healthy options are definitely a reason to stop there, too. Try the Peach and Blueberry Smoothie with almond milk for a rich, sweet taste without the insane amount of calories that normally follow.

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Chocolate Milk at Wendy’s

(150 Calories)

To get 25% of your daily calcium requirement, grab a Chocolate Milk from Wendy’s next time you’re picking up a quick lunch or dinner with the family. It’s perfect with a kids’ meal—but there’s no reason adults can sip this beverage, too.

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Shaken Tazo Iced Black Tea Lemonade at Starbucks

(100 Calories)

Leave it to Starbucks to turn something as simple as lemonade into a perfectly blended, health-conscious refresher. Shaken Tazo Iced Black Tea Lemonade is just the thing you’ll need to cool off on a warm, sunny day.

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Diet Lemonade at Chick-fil-A

(30 Calories)

Chick-fil-A’s thirst quenching, homemade Diet Lemonade recipe includes equal parts sugar, water and real lemon juice—not from concentrate. Plus, it’s sweetened with Splenda to keep the calories low. Pair it with a copycat Chick-fil-A recipe you can make at home.

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Skinny Caramel Latte at Krispy Kreme

(110 Calories)

Last year, Krispy Kreme earned the title of the top coffee brand in the country, and its wide variety of blends make it easy to see why. The Skinny Caramel Latte is a great example of some of their healthy but tasty coffee options.

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Sweet Green Iced Tea at Sonic

(70 Calories)

If you’re a green tea or iced tea fan, this winning combo at Sonic is a refreshing, mindful choice. The Sweet Green Iced Tea is just the right amount of both tea blends, already sweetened to perfection.

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Mocha Iced Coffee at Jack in the Box

(185 Calories)

If the word “mocha” is in the order, chances are the calorie count might be taken up a notch (or two). But at Jack in the Box, a Mocha Iced Coffee is known to be a healthier version of the otherwise indulgent coffee beverage.

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Southern Sweet Iced Tea at White Castle

(21 Calories)

The Southern Sweet Iced Tea from White Castle has all the appeal of authentic sweet tea from the South—just with a lot fewer calories.

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BK Cafe Coffee at Burger King

(0 Calories)

Burger King has pretty much nailed that perfect flame-grilled taste when it comes to their killer line-up of burgers, but it turns out their coffee is just as satisfying, too. The BK Coffee can be made sweeter or lighter, or simply left as is.

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Prickly Pear Hibiscus Fresca at Panera

(100 Calories)

The Prickly Pear Hibiscus Fresca from Panera combines prickly pear puree and lime juice with hibiscus to bring about a unique flavor. This Panera Bread caffeinated lemonade is another Panera lemonade option with the added bonus of giving you a pick-me-up for your day.

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Lightly Sweet Iced Chai Latte at Starbucks

(190 Calories)

At Starbucks, health-conscious drinking has gotten easier with favorite drinks made a little less sugary and a little more light. Enter the Lightly Sweet Iced Chai Latte, which offers the same great familiar flavor as the original chai latte.

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Slim-N-Trim Vanilla Smoothie at Smoothie King

(180 Calories)

Some of the frothy beverages at Smoothie King have plenty of calories and sugar, but the Slim-N-Trim Vanilla Smoothie is a healthy option packed with fresh ingredients. Bananas, vanilla protein and Stevia plant-based sweetener are a few of the reasons to order this cool beverage.

Taylor Murphy
Taylor is a food, parenting and health writer. When she's not writing about the newest Oreo flavor or her favorite kitchen appliance, she can be found searching for her next coffee fix or taste-testing recipes with her daughter.