The Red Velvet Loaf returns to Starbucks as part of the limited time Winter menu. The Red Velvet Loaf is made by swirling vanilla cake with red velvet cake. It's served in a slice that resembles a piece of bread and gets a little extra sweetness from a drizzle of white chocolate icing.
A Starbucks Red Velvet Loaf contains 410 calories, 16 grams of fat and 60 grams of carbohydrates.
According to our website visitors, a Red Velvet Loaf is not a healthy and nutritious option from Starbucks, with all voters finding it to be unhealthy.
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Keep reading to see the full nutrition facts and Weight Watchers points for a Red Velvet Loaf from Starbucks Coffee.
There are 410 calories in a Red Velvet Loaf from Starbucks. Most of those calories come from fat (35%) and carbohydrates (60%).
There are 19 Weight Watchers Freestyle Points, 19 WW SmartPoints and 11 WW PointsPlus in a serving of Red Velvet Loaf from Starbucks.