Pumpkin Spice Latte | Fall is Here

It is November 1st and that is the beginning of the holidays in my book.

I have already started planning with our family what they want to do for Thanksgiving, I may have bought a ton of wrapping paper at Target today, the fireplace is on and the weather is finally embracing my love of sweaters!

November and December is such a sweet time to intentionally make space in your heart and home to welcome others into your space.

I hope you will join our creative team and me all month as we share some new ideas and some of favorites from years past!

 

 

When fall is even remotely near I begin craving a pumpkin spice latte.

Because of my allergies I am not able to purchase one from a cafe because of the dyes in the syrup.

I have tried different recipes over the past years, I have tweaked many recipes and I feel like I have finally found one that I love!

This recipe is soooo good and worth the few minutes of work.

The best part is that you know everything that is in your latte and you don’t have to feel too bad about your fall addiction:-)

Let me know if you if you make one yourself!

 

Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe

{makes 2 servings}

1 cup whole milk

2-3 tablespoons organic pumpkin puree

2 teaspoons brown sugar

1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice

2 teaspoons vanilla

2 cups strong coffee

Whipped Cream

Half and Half

Sugar/Stevia to taste

Nutmeg or Pumpkin Spice to top off the whipped cream

*In a bowl whisk together the milk, pumpkin, brown sugar, pumpkin pie spice and vanilla

*Heat the milk mixture (I heat mine in the top area of my Bialetti)

{I then take the heated milk mixture and mix it in my Bodum milk frother}

*Make strong coffee in your coffee maker or French Press

*Divide your coffee and milk mixture in your coffee cup

*Add cream and sugar (I use 1 packet of Stevia) to taste

*Finish it off with whipped cream and ground nutmeg or pumpkin pie spice

Join our creative team and me as we share our fall and holiday favorites all month along!

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Comments

  1. Ginger

    Pure goodness…. I will look forward to trying this recipe. Wonder though, if like a good sandwich… so much better when made by the host. Some Fall, I look forward to inviting myself over for a latte. I won’t come empty handed however, I will bring my Hot Tody for you to enjoy. ox

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