Healthy Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte
Published Oct 10, 2012, Updated Jan 07, 2023
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Skip Starbucks and make this healthy homemade pumpkin spice latte made with almond milk at home. It’s easy to make, vegan and delicious!
If you like the thought of a Pumpkin Spice Latte from Starbucks but would rather skip the extra calories and sugar, you are going to LOVE the homemade version I’m featuring today. It’s crazy to me that even the smallest size (a tall) non-fat, no whip PSL from Starbucks has 200 calories and 37 grams of sugar! The sugary syrup is the culprit. It contains sugar, condensed nonfat milk, sweet condensed nonfat milk and a few other ingredients including coloring and artificial flavors.
I’m all about keeping my food/beverages as natural as possible, which is why I love this homemade pumpkin spice latte. You can have a pumpkin spice latte any day of the week and feel good about it with ingredients you can pronounce, no added sugar and a low amount of calories. The best part? It doesn’t cost $4.00 a pop!
Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte Ingredients
- brewed coffee – I used cold-brew pumpkin spice coffee but plain coffee or even 1-2 shots of espresso works great as well!
- unsweetened vanilla almond milk
- pumpkin puree – you can make your own or buy it! If you buy it, make sure the ingredient list is just “pureed pumpkin”… don’t accidentally buy pumpkin pie puree!
- pumpkin pie spice
- vanilla extract
- maple syrup – or sweetener of choice.
- sprinkle of cinnamon
Substitutions & Notes
Coffee – Like I mentioned, any coffee or espresso works for this drink!
Milk – I used unsweetened vanilla almond milk for another layer of flavor but any dairy-free milk would work!
Sweetener – I like using maple syrup best but I’m sure honey or another sweetener of your choice would be delicious too. I’ve tried it with Stevia for a sugar-free option and that worked great!
How to Make a Homemade PSL
There are two ways to make this!
With a handheld frother or blender: In a cup or saucepan, mix together almond milk and pumpkin. Cook on medium heat on the stovetop or microwave for 30-45 seconds. Remove from heat, stir in vanilla, spices and sweetener, place in a cup and use a frother to foam the milk. You can also use an immersion blender – just process for 30 seconds or until foamy. Pour coffee into a large mug, add the foamy milk mixture on top. Sprinkle with cinnamon and enjoy!
With a Breville milk frother: Add the pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice, vanilla and maple syrup to your hot coffee. Froth cold almond milk in the Breville milk frother and pour over coffee. Sprinkle with cinnamon and enjoy!
You might find some pumpkin pulp at the bottom of your glass and that’s totally normal. Starbucks would have it too… if they were using natural ingredients and not syrup.
More Coffee Drinks to Try
- Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew
- Cold Brew Mocha Smoothie
- How to Make Cold Brew Coffee
- Whipped Coffee
- Creamy Iced Coffee in Your Blender
- Protein Coffee
Healthy Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte
- 8 ounces brewed coffee, or 1-2 shots of espresso
- ½ cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
- 3 Tablespoons canned pumpkin or homemade pumpkin puree
- ½ teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
- ½ teaspoon vanilla
- 2 teaspoons maple syrup, or sweetener of choice
- sprinkle of cinnamon
- With a handheld frother or blender: In a cup or sauce pan, mix together almond milk and pumpkin. Cook on medium heat on the stove top or microwave for 30-45 seconds. Remove from heat, stir in vanilla, spices and sweetener, place in a cup and use a frother to foam the milk. You can also use a blender — just process for 30 seconds or until foamy. Pour coffee into a large mug, add the foamy milk mixture on top. Sprinkle with cinnamon and enjoy!
- With Breville milk frother: add the pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice, vanilla and maple syrup to your hot coffee. Froth cold almond milk in the Breville milk frother and pour over coffee. Sprinkle with cinnamon and enjoy!
- Feel free to use your favorite sweetener here. Stevia works great if you’re looking for a sugar-free option.
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.
You’ve never ever been punched before?!? Are you an only child? I have two brothers and I barely made it to adolescence, let alone punch-free!
That’s what you took away from the post?!
I’m not an only child – I have two sisters and lots of boy cousins that act like my brothers. They never punched me though. I guess I’m lucky.
And I’m very jealous:-)
Ahhh, I’ve seen one of those mini frothers before and thought how badly I needed one. Totally scoping out where to find one soon!
I love your alternative because yes, as someone who follows a vegan diet, sucks when the pumpkin urge hits!! Plus, I WANT a PSL that actually has pumpkin in it – so I’ll take the pumpkin residue at the bottom of a mug any day 😉
Ikea sells a frother for around $4-5. Bed, Bath & Beyond sells one for around $20.
Saw the calorie count and sugar for Starbucks . But how do I find nutritional information in this recipe?
Have so much fun at your bachelorette party! Do you know where you are going? I don’t like latte’s but I love Pumpkin! hehe
I got punched by my brother growing up a lot. He played football and always would make me play with him. My mom would always tell me to go do gymnastics or something but I always wanted to play with my brother 🙂
Thank you! We’re going to be in the DC area. 🙂
Also I am making this this weekend..thank you! xo
I hope you feel better soon!
Also, I am making this latte ASAP! You know my pumpkin obsession runs deep 🙂
Yes!! Me too. 🙂
I also woke up sick yesterday and went to the clinic and got some antibiotics. I have a history of getting strep throat so I wanted to get proactive with this. Hope you feel better!
Oh no! i hope you feel better as well lady!
LOVE this idea – I’ve made it with pumpkin puree in the past, but heating it with the milk probably makes it a lot smoother. Using pumpkin coffee too is a great idea. 🙂
I make my pumpkin spice latte with 1 or 2 tsp of organic, unsulphured molasses. It really takes it to the next level 😉
That sounds awesome!
It’s like I wrote this post. 1. We were just looking at milk frothers at whole foods this weekend. 2. Woke up with a sore throat and downed some emergen-c. I need to feel better before the weekend bc we’re headed to Ft. Lauderdale for 4 days. 3. Love pumpkin and will have to try this recipe. Once in awhile I’ll treat myself to a coffee with ONE PUMP pumpkin. I don’t like all that sugar. This is a FANTASTIC alternative.
Hope you feel better so you can enjoy your weekend!
I adore that mug. I’m guessing Anthro? Last time I was there I liked every single fun initial mug EXCEPT the one that had G on it. Figures.
Yes!! Hopefully you’ll find one with a G next time you go. 🙂
Thanks so much for this yummo-gem. I shared over on my page and a number of my biz friends picked right up on it and shared along. Will share at http://www.facebook.com/fuel4lifeconnect and through my fb page and blog http://www.facebook.com/lifeschoolinc and http://www.lifeschoolinc.wordpress.com, as I connected on your fb page. Great thoughts, ideas and pics! Thanks, Jennifer
ughhhh im sick too britty! steve and i both have wicked colds right now, and we have a wedding on saturday that we have to be well for! i cant believe your b party is this weekend!!!!!!!!!!! so exciting!! (and this looks amazing btw)
Oh nooo!!! I hope you feel better by this weekend too. UGH!
So I’ve actually never HAD a pumpkin spice latte from Starbucks!!! I know, I’m lame. But I should just make this instead and then I’ll never even KNOW the difference 😉 haha
You’re not lame! I haven’t had one either 😉
OK so many things to say about this post 1) It makes me sad how sugary and loaded with crap the pumpkin syrup is at Starbucks, I was craving something like this and went to order one but thankfully when I ordered it with soy the girl working told me about the dairy in the syrup so I passed. 2) I have that mini frother and I am not sure what I am doing wrong but I never can get my milk that frothy. Any tips? 3) Great photos 🙂
If you get it with soy, it also may be sweeter than the default 2%. The soy Starbucks uses is a sweetened vanilla soy when soy milk is requested. So, just FYI, if anyone thinks they are by passing calories by choosing soy, think again.
Another thing, be sure if you are getting a PSL with soy, you tell them if you want it without whipped cream. That is another default for the beverage.
Finally, for all the vegans out there, but just in case you don’t consume bee products don’t get a soy chai. The chai syrup, yes it is syrup (no coffee in this beverage), contains honey. However you could ask for a hot chai tea, the one with the tea bag and ask them to top it off with steamed soy. The steamed soy shouldn’t be extra, unless you want to forgo the hot water. I wouldn’t recommend that though because your tea bag won’t steep correctly.
Hope this helps!
I’m so impressed! I’ll definitely make this 🙂
Yum!! I love the treat of a pumpkin spice latte, but I soo need to try this recipe out! Thanks for sharing 🙂
Oh my! I am a sucker for pumpkin spice latte so I really have to try this! 🙂
Love this! I actually haven’t even had a pumpkin spice latte yet this season haha
Hello from Spain
So excited that you posted this! I’ve missed out on the Starbucks PSL for the last three years because 1. I developed a strong dislike for Starbucks coffee (too bitter) and 2. just don’t feel right about ordering the healthier version (me and soy do not get along). Sitting down to enjoy my Saturday morning mug of coffee, as opposed to gulping it down on a work day, has become a ritual in my house, so I will be making this tomorrow. I don’t have a frother, so hopefully my blender will do the trick.
HUNNIE! This is the BEST EVER! I’m sipping on it right now and am IN LOVE!
OH yes-perfect for Fall!!!
Feel better and have a great time at your party!
Definitely going to try this lovely warm beverage!
yum, this looks so good. Beautiful mug as well. where’s it from?
Thank you! It’s from Anthropologie
This looks absolutely divine, yum! Perfect for a crisp fall morning like today 🙂
Wish I had found this one cup sooner. Thank you. Haven’t tried it yet so can’t rate it but from the recipe I used, it looks like a 5.
Love this recipe! It’s so easy to make with my cold-brewed coffee (did a 1:1 coffee/water ratio for a more expresso-y taste). I don’t write comments often, but I just had to thank you for saving my wallet and waistline from Starbucks, this tastes even better than the PSL!
I just wanted to say I am so very thankful that there are people out there that realize the way to better health is not “low fat” or sugarless and full of nonfood junk that it is ALL NATURAL. I analyzed this recipe and it came in at
50 Calories from Fat 17
Total Fat 1.9g3%
Trans Fat 0.0g
Total Carbohydrates 8.4g3%
Dietary Fiber 2.2g9%
Vitamin A 148% • Vitamin C 4%
Calcium 18% • Iron 8%
Calories 300 Calories from Fat 100
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 11g 17%
Saturated Fat 7g 35%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 45mg 15%
Sodium 170mg 7%
Total Carbohydrate 39g 13%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Vitamin A15%Vitamin C0%Calcium40%Iron0%
OUCH is all I can say. I did make sure to keep it oh so healthy by using my own organic sugar-pumpkin puree and my own fresh almond milk with real vanilla bean.
OH MY is all I can say. I just finished a cup and want another…but it does have caffeine and it is afternoon 🙁 I love this comparison from Amity, thank you! I also make my own almond milk, but added a tiny splash of heavy cream…sorry, I just was missing the creaminess. Still a winner in my eyes!
I need this! Cant wait to make it.
Let me know how it turns out! 🙂
I have a breville milk steamer. which I have used everyday since I bought it almost 3 years ago.
But, I cannot get almond milk to froth, it gets hot but almost zero foam.
which brand do you use. I have tried silk and blue diamond
I’ve had a hard time with almond milk as well. The one type that has worked for me is the refrigerated Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Unsweetened Vanilla.
This looks amazing!! I’ve been wanting to find an alternative to this classic fall drink that isn’t filled with lord only knows, but natural ingredients! Thanks so much for sharing:)
Of course. Let me know if you try it! 🙂
Quick question has anyone stored this milk/cream for another day? Think I can whip up a batch and store it in the fridge for the am? TIA
I haven’t ever tried it, Samantha but it’s worth a shot. Let me know if it works for you!
This recipe was just what I needed to round out my collection of healthy ways to use leftover canned pumpkin. I linked to this recipe and mentioned your blog in today’s blog post 🙂
I was interested in not only the recipe but also where did you get that mug!? Please let me know if that information is available. Thank you!
Hi Kathleen. The mug is from Anthropologie (http://bit.ly/2cqiqqi) and it’s definitely one of my favorites! Highly recommend. 🙂
Delicious! Made this today! I even gave a shout out to it on my blog =)
The one type that has worked for me is the refrigerated Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Unsweetened Vanilla.
Is the pumpkin puree raw? Baken in the oven? Or else? Tnx!
I used canned pumpkin puree, but if you’re using a fresh pumpkin you’ll need to cook it and puree it first.
This is delicious. I added the ingredients straight to my breville frother before reading the directions and it mixed really well. I used 8 oz of oat milk and 2 shots of espresso. One of the best things I’ve tasted in a long time. Thank you!
I’m so happy to hear that this latte turned out well for you and that you enjoyed it! 🙂 Thank you so much for coming back to leave a comment and star rating. Your feedback is super helpful!
So I didn’t have almond milk on hand and used 2% dairy milk instead, and used coconut sugar as my sweetener. The second time I made it, I add just a small pinch of sea salt, and it made all the difference! Thanks so much for this delicious recipe 🙂 (It’ll be my go to treat while my kids are napping this PSL season! 😂)
Hi Jenn! Thanks for sharing, I’m so happy that you enjoyed this drink! And thank you for taking the time to leave a comment and star rating. Your feedback is super helpful to the EBF community!
Hi, do you have a recipe for the pumpkin pie spice??
Great question. I need to post a recipe for pumpkin pie spice but here’s how I make it: 1 Tablespoon ground cinnamon, 2 teaspoons ground ginger, 1 teaspoon ground cloves, 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg.
Love, love all things fall! Made the Healthy Pumpkin Spice Latte today and it was delicious! I did use regular Soy milk with honey as my sweetener and topped it off with whipped coconut milk. It was great!
Yay!! I’m so glad that you enjoyed it, Dorrie! I bet the whopped coconut milk on top was delicious! Thanks so much for coming back to leave a comment and star rating as well. I so appreciate it! The ratings are super helpful. <3
How you accomplished the last step where you spoon the froth on top of pumpkin mixture. It’s not clear if you do another step at the end where you heat milk, itself and then spoon it over. Am I missing something? Or, just not comprehending?
Okay, disregard that comment…I’m on my laptop now and reread the instructions.
No worries, Vickie! 🙂 Glad you were able to figure it out. I hope you enjoy this recipe!
I have always lol’ed at people who take PSL to mean literal pumpkin whereas it’s normally just “pumpkin spice” flavoring, ie the spiced you’d use in a pumpkin pie. I wanted to be open minded and this has nice reviews so I tried it, and I just do not like actual pumpkin in my coffee! Posting the review just to say, my milk steamer broke trying to froth the thick mixture of pumpkin and milk – do not recommend
Thanks for much for trying the recipe! Almost all pumpkin spice lattes do have actual pumpkin puree in them, but I’m so sorry it didn’t work out with your milk steamer. Just so I’m aware and can advise against it within the post, what kind of milk frother did you use?
I’m a sucker for a starbucks PSL but I feel so much better drinking this alternative version! I added a little more maple syrup to make it sweeter but I love it! It was a great use of the rest of the can of pumpkin i used to make the baked oatmeal!:)
So glad you’re enjoying this recipe, Sarah!! I really appreciate you coming back to leave a comment. <3
This looks delicious! I cannot wait to make this tomorrow morning. Fall season is in full effect and thank you for making this healthy alternative to the uber sweet PSL at Starbucks!
Definitely come back and let me know what you think of this recipe once you make it! 🙂
So happy to be able to make this favorite of mine at home. For whatever reason my coffee turn out darker than the picture, however, the flavor of pumpkin spice is still there. Delicious and quick to make which I really like.
Delicious! I’ll admit, I was a bit skeptical because it just seems weird to put actual pumpkin in coffee but I was not disappointed! It tastes so good and was super easy. I don’t know why I doubted EBF! ❤️
So pumped that you enjoyed this PSL! Thanks for trying it + for coming back to leave a comment + star rating, Hayley. I so appreciate it. <3
Can you tell me if and how this could be made as a tea instead of coffee??
Hey Kristin – I haven’t tried it before, but I bet it would be delicious with chai!
I usually drink my coffee black, so this is like a dessert. I love it! Sometimes I make it with dairy (3.25%) instead of almond milk and then omit the maple syrup. I find it sweet enough. Love the extra bit of vitamin A from the pumpkin. Pure joy in a cup!
Ahh yay!! So glad you’ve been loving this PSL, Amanda. 🙂
As someone who doesn’t like coffee and drinks these purely for the taste and fall vibes, this was amazing. Not much different than the Starbucks psl! I would love to try making this iced next time and see how it comes out!
Ahh yay!! I’m so glad you enjoyed this PSL, Natalia. Thanks so much for taking the time to leave a comment + star rating. I really appreciate it. 🙂
Delicious!! I’m not a coffee drinker, so I made this with chai tea and it’s wonderful!
Oh awesome!! So glad it turned out with chai instead of coffee. Thanks for trying it and for coming back to leave a comment + star rating. I appreciate it!
The milk froth was delicious, but I didn’t like it with coffee. Will try with chai tea next time!
Let me know what you think of it!
This is pretty good! Now that it’s the grey, cold Polar Vortex days of February, I wanted to bring back the warm spices of the holidays. I added a scoop of collagen and blended this up. Perfect!
This turned out way better than I could have imagined. So simple but so good. I thought it would be a decent substitute for Sbucks but I actually think I like this better because it isn’t packed with sugar. Really really great recipe, thank you!
So glad you enjoyed this latte, Denver! Thanks for making it and for coming back to leave a review. I so appreciate it!
This was delicious!! To me, it tasted much better than Starbucks because the sweetness wasn’t overpowering and I loved the use of real pumpkin puree. I’ve never made a recipe on your page that I haven’t liked!
Yay! This makes me so happy to hear! Thanks so much for the review, Maya. It means so much to me!
So easy and delicious!
So pumped you enjoyed this pumpkin spice latte! Thanks for the review, Brittney :).
Brittany! OMG this is so good! I made your pumpkin spice blend and used oat milk!
Yay! So happy to hear you enjoyed this pumpkin spike latter, Nita. Thanks for the review!!
This sounds delicious! Could I make a bigger batch and keep it in the fridge for the next day?
I just made the pumpkin spice latte since it is Halloween morning even though for this year, Halloween falls on a Sunday. The latte tastes simple which is what I’d prefer over sugary drinks at Starbucks! Thank you for this fun and easy recipe!
Woo!! Happy to hear you enjoyed this pumpkin spice latte, Ryssa. Thanks so much for trying them out and coming back to leave a review. I really appreciate the feedback!
I’m a little late to the party, but wanted a fancier coffee and no longer like Starbuck’s lattes after doing Whole 30. They are way too sweet and not worth the calories. Thank you for this recipe. Delicious!
Yay!! So happy to hear you enjoyed this pumpkin spice latte, Paula. Thanks so much for the review. It means so much to me!
This was so warm and satisfying! I made it in the evening with decaf coffee. I always have vanilla protein shakes on hand so I used that instead of the almond milk. Turned out great. It’ll probably be my before bed treat from now on 🙂
Ooh, that sounds so good, Molly! Thanks for sharing and leaving a review, I really appreciate it!
I’m not a coffee drinker. Would this recipe work with tea? I am dying to try!
Hi Christina – Absolutely, I have not personally tried it, but I have had lots of followers share that they are using chai tea and they are loving it. If you give it a try, I’d love to know how you like it. Enjoy!
So yummy and easy. Love that it’s made with almond milk and ingredients that I already have around the house!
YAY! I am excited to hear that you are loving this recipe, Mikayla! Thank you so much for your review + star rating, I really appreciate it!
Just tried for the first time and this latte is the perfect warm treat for a rainy Sunday morning.
I love the fall flavors without all of the added sugar Starbucks uses.
Will definitely be making again!
WOO! I couldn’t agree with you more. This is my favorite treat for these chilly fall mornings. Thank you so much for your review & star rating, I really appreciate it!
Couldn’t find a recipe I used last year. Found this one and was glad I did! I used oat milk. Even made one ( no coffee🤪) for my five year old and he loves it!
YESS! I am so happy to hear that this recipe is a hit, Lauren. Thank you for sharing your review + star rating, I really appreciate it!
Love this! Perfect hint of fall and pumpkin without killing my budget. Plus I know the ingredients vs. the ‘orange stuff’ in a cup I could buy out.
I used extra creamy oat milk and it was fantastic
YES! I am so happy to hear that you are loving this recipe, Allison! Thank you so much for sharing your review & star rating, I really appreciate it.
Thanks just the recipe I was looking for.
I am happy to hear that you are enjoying this recipe, Brenda. Thank you so much for your review & star rating, I so appreciate you being here!
I cut this recipe in half, then add all of the ingredients straight to my nespresso milk frother and it does the work for me! Absolutely delicious, I have this almost every morning!
YUM! What a great way to start your day, Allison. I am so excited to hear that you are loving this recipe. Thank you so much for sharing your review + star rating, I so appreciate you being here!
Made this with orange pekoe tea:) it was very good, nice to have something different
YUM! I am so happy this worked out with tea as well. Thank you so much for sharing your review + star rating, it means so much to me!
I tried the very basic level of heating the non-coffee ingredients on the stove and just mixing them with mocha pot coffee. It was so delicious. It tastes like fall in NY!
This was tasty! Quick and easy to make too. I’ll definitely make it again!
Super yummy easy at home hack! I used a protein shaker bottle and added in two scoops of plain collagen and it was delish:)
Ah, what a great idea to add the collagen, Sara! I am happy to hear that your are loving this recipe. Thank you for sharing your review + star rating, I so appreciate it.
I’ve already made this twice and its everything you want about fall in a cup.
YES! I couldn’t agree more. I’m so happy you’re loving this recipe, Cassia. Thank you for sharing your review + star rating, I really appreciate it!
Made this into an iced chai (no likey coffee) and it was perfect!! My chai is Fall Festive now! Hopefully that counts for October contest!
This might be my second comment, I don’t see the first!!
WOO! I am so excited that you were able to make this into an iced chai. Thank you so much for sharing your review & star rating, it means so much to me!
Do you just omit coffee when making chai? Thanks
Yes, you can just omit the coffee and replace with the chai tea! Enjoy!
Love being able to make my own PSL at home! I always top it with coconut whip.
YES, that sounds delicious, Molly. Thank you so much for sharing your review & star rating, I really appreciate it!
Absolutely delicious!! The perfect fall treat! And is guilt-free!
Aw yay! I am so excited to hear that you are loving this recipe, Tanya. Thank you so much for your review & star rating, I really appreciate it!
This was SO delicious and SO easy! I was shocked at how easy it was. This is going to be my new fall staple.
AH YAY! I am so excited to hear that you are loving this recipe and that it’s such a hit, Emily. Thank you so much for your review + star rating, I really appreciate it!
Love this! Added collagen to my foam for some protein and extra fluffiness. Maple syrup was the perfect amount of sweetness! 🙂
AH, I love this, Lidia. Adding collagen is such a great idea. Thank you for sharing your review and star rating, I really appreciate it!
So easy and delicious, better than Starbucks.
I think I like this better than Starbucks! I always order mine with half the syrup because it is too sweet so this was nice! Used my frother and homemade vanilla paste!
YAY! I am so happy that you are loving this recipe, Diane. The homemade vanilla paste sounds delicious. Thank you for you’re review & star rating, I really appreciate you being here!
I was skeptical at first using pumpkin puree but it turned out fantastic, I made the pumpkin cold brew and used a little Mexican vanilla! Thanks so much for the recipe!!
WOO! I am so excited to hear that you are loving these recipes, Erika. Thank you so much for sharing your review + star rating, it means so much to me!
I loved how fast and easy this is to make on a busy weekday morning.
Yes! I am so happy that you are able to enjoy this delicious latte even on busy mornings, Karen. Thank you so much for sharing your review + star rating, I really appreciate it!
So yummy!! Glad to have a healthy option for my fav Fall drink.
WOO! So happy you are loving this recipe, Emily! Thank you for your review + star rating, I really appreciate it!
This PSL was really good! I needed a pick me up after a long work week and this recipe did the trick! Having type 1 diabetes, I love that it’s sugar, and dairy free. Thanks for another great recipe!!
Of course! I am so happy to hear that you are loving this recipe and that it was a great pick me up, Chrisily. Thank you for your review & star rating, I really appreciate it.
Delicious; and so easy to make! No need to buy PSL anymore!
YAY! I am excited to hear that you are loving this recipe, Bridget. Thanks so much for your review + star rating, it truly means so much to me.
So tasty! Really like the pumpkin spice and that it’s not too sweet!
WOO! I am excited to hear that you are enjoying this recipe, Stevie. Thank you for sharing your review + star rating, I so appreciate it.
Yum! Love being able to make my own and control the sweetness level. Followed your pumpkin spice mix, too. Will definitely be making again soon!
YAY! I am so happy to hear this recipe is a hit, Danielle. Thank you so much for sharing your review + star rating, I really appreciate it.
This year, all my favorite pumpkin finds are from your website!!
Yess! I am so happy to hear that you are loving all the pumpkin recipes this fall. Thank you so much for your review & star rating, I really appreciate it.
My new favorite fall drink! I don’t drink caffeine so I substituted with Dandy blend and it was perfect! Love all the pumpkin flavors and that it’s a healthy drink!
The only pumpkin spice latte I’ll drink! SO good, and no ingredients that make me feel bad for enjoying all season long. A must make this fall – or all year 🙂
Yes! I love that you are enjoying this recipe, Megan. Thank you for sharing your review + star rating, I really appreciate it!
I made this this morning for a mid morning treat, and OMG, it is amazing! I used unsweetened oat milk in my frother with the vanilla, pumpkin pie spice and cinnamon. definitely a nice treat and much cheaper and healthier than starbucks. Thank you for another great recipe
WOO! I am excited to hear that you are loving this recipe, Andrea. Thank you so much for sharing your review + star rating, I so appreciate it!
Tried this out today and it is really delicious. The taste is so close the the real deal drink (maybe even slightly better since it doesn’t taste fake). I appreciate that it’s healthier with clean ingredients, and love that it’s way way cheaper to make at home. Only negative is I can feel the spices when I drink. They are a little powdery when I drink it, but it’s minor.
Hi Ann – Did you blend the mixture? I found that you don’t feel the spices as much when you blend it thoroughly. But I am so glad you enjoyed this recipe! Thank you so much for sharing your review + star rating.