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If you love your coffee drinks milky, this one will not dissapoint. It's creamy, packed full of flavour and quick and easy to make. The perfect drink or dessert.

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IngredientsServes: 3

  • 750ml hot full fat milk
  • 4 teaspoons caster sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
  • 175ml double-strength brewed coffee
  • 3 tablespoons sweetened whipped cream
  • 3 pinches pumpkin pie spice

MethodPrep:15min ›Cook:5min ›Ready in:20min

  1. Combine the hot milk, sugar, vanilla extract and pumpkin pie spice in a liquidiser; blend until frothy. Pour the mixture into three coffee mugs to about 2/3 full. Pour 4 tablespoons coffee into each mug. Garnish each mug with whipped cream and pumpkin pie spice.

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by LivinOurLuvSong

I am a former Starbucks Manager. Pumpkin spice was my favorite (and cinnamon dolce).I followed the recipe to the letter but use 2% milk. I thought this was a good recipe without using a milk steamer. Steaming the milk is what makes it sweet. I am not sure if any of you are aware (many of our customers werent) that you can buy any of the favor syrups from Starbucks. I bet using there favoring and this way would taste pretty close.-02 Oct 2008

by Jelliebean

I don't rate many recipes, but had to rate this one! A++++, 5 stars, best ever! For those complaining it's not sweet enough or not enough coffee, add more coffee, add more sugar. It's simple. The this police aren't coming to get you if you change it to your liking!! I have been trying latte recipes all week and this one is my FAVOURITE! And my Hubby's top 2 (he can't decide!) Don't skimp on the whipped cream either! I swear, I could sell these out of my home and run the local 'gourmet' coffee place into the ground! Thanks for the recipe! Fantastic!-17 Feb 2010

by Sumchelle

I just took the easy, cheater way out and put together in makeshift form: My typical 12 oz traveller cup, tossed in some 1% milk, a splash of vanilla, tsp sugar, and a few shakes of Pumpkin Pie Spice. Didn't froth it up or anything. Turned out really well - very nice change.-30 Mar 2008


  • 1 ½ cup sugar
  • 1 ½ cup water
  • 6 cinnamon sticks
  • 1 tsp ground cloves
  • 1 tsp ground ginger
  • 2 tsp ground nutmeg
  • 4 Tbsp pumpkin puree


  • 1 cup whole milk
  • 1 oz brewed Starbucks® Espresso Roast or 1 shot Starbucks® Espresso Roast by Nespresso®
  • 3 Tbsp Homemade Pumpkin Spice Syrup
  • ½ cup whipped cream
  • 1 pinch pumpkin pie spice (garnish)

How to Make a Pumpkin Spice Latte:

The first thing you’ll do is make the spiced pumpkin milk.

Start with the milk. You can use any sort of milk you’d like. I usually use nonfat milk because I’m always trying to lighten things up. Honestly, it’s the best tasting with whole milk because it’s so rich and creamy. Try alternative milk like soy milk, almond milk or coconut milk too. It’s completely up to you.

Add 2 tablespoons of pumpkin puree to one half cup of milk. Make sure you use plain, unsweetened pumpkin puree since you’ll be adding sugar to the recipe. Add a little brown sugar, vanilla and pumpkin pie spice. Whisk it all together and put it in the microwave until it’s hot and steamy. If you don’t like to use the microwave, you can do this on the stove instead.

Did you know you can make your own pumpkin pie spice? See my Recipe Notes in the How to Make a Pumpkin Spice Latte recipe at the end of this post.

The Health Benefits of Cinnamon

Can Cinnamon Lower Blood Sugar Levels?

Several clinical trials have found cinnamon to have positive results for blood sugar-lowering in type 2 diabetics. Overall it appears that taking cassia cinnamon (note studies were not referring to Saigon cinnamon or Ceylon cinnamon) at doses of 120 milligrams to 6 grams daily for 4 to 18 weeks can significantly reduce fasting blood sugar levels (1,2,3,4). For reference, 2 teaspoons of cinnamon is about 5 1/2 grams.

Can Cinnamon Lower Cholesterol Levels?

Some studies were also able to demonstrate a beneficial effect on blood cholesterol levels. Total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol (‘bad’ cholesterol) and triglycerides were all lower with consumption of cinnamon, with non-significant changes in HDL cholesterol (‘good’ cholesterol) (1).

Pour the homemade cashew milk into the saucepan before heating it with the remaining ingredients.


Although real pumpkin isn’t absolutely essential with a pumpkin spiced latte, it makes the beverage extra special — and cooking the pumpkin is part of the holiday fun when making a pumpkin spiced latte at home. Take some inspiration from your Halloween pumpkin and gear up for the festive season ahead!

First, place the pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice and black pepper in a small saucepan on the stovetop and heat the combination on medium heat. Keep stirring constantly, and heat it for about two minutes. There are many different options when it comes to pumpkin pie spice some versions, for example, include cinnamon, ginger, cloves, nutmeg, lemon peel and cardamom.

Second, add sugar to the mixture, which should be taking on a syrup-like appearance at this point. Although white granulated or refined sugar is often used in pumpkin spiced lattes, raw turbinado sugar can be used instead if one prefers.

Third, heat the milk in a separate saucepan, adding vanilla to it. And stir the milk constantly in order to make sure that it doesn’t boil over.

Fourth, combine the contents of the two saucepans to create a frothy mixture. One can do this using either a hand blender or a regular blender.

Fifth, make some type of coffee, be it espresso or non-espresso coffee — and after the coffee is ready, pour it into two coffee mugs. Then, add all of the ingredients that have been combined to the mugs. And top them with whipped cream and a touch of pumpkin pie spice, nutmeg or cinnamon.

The end result is two delicious pumpkin spiced lattes to get you in the holiday mood.

Some variations are perfectly OK with this recipe. The milk, for example, could be anything from whole cow’s milk to 1% or skim cow’s milk to soy milk (either regular or vanilla) to almond milk. And there are many coffee options with pumpkin spiced lattes, from light roasts to medium roasts to darker roasts.

There is a reason why pumpkin spiced latte has become a holiday staple — it’s delicious and perfectly encapsulates the flavors of the fall and winter seasons. And with the right ingredients and equipment, this holiday favorite can be enjoyed and savored without leaving home.

4. Easy DIY Pumpkin Spice Latte

Total time: 5 minutes

Source: Diethood

‘Easy’ is an important word when it comes to DIY anything. Sure, a challenge is fun sometimes, but not when you’re trying to craft a tasty seasonal beverage. Nice to see light brown sugar get some playing time.

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  • Milk (nonfat, low-fat, whole, almond, oat milk or soy)
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    Pumpkin Spice Latte

    Pumpkin spice latte is the fall drink we love (or sometimes just love to hate). Made famous by that mega chain of coffee worship we all know, it's the harbinger of all things autumn. Some people dread its seasonal arrival, but hundreds of thousands line up for it every fall.

    Originally developed in early 2003—before the pumpkin spice-everything craze had begun—the first version of this drink contained spices, but no actual pumpkin. It was a huge success, leading to many other pumpkin spice-flavored foods and beverages. By 2015, the recipe was changed to include actual pumpkin puree as an ingredient.

    Regular coffee consists of grounds filtered through water, but a latte contains steamed milk. In the case of pumpkin spice latte, the coffee is actually hot espresso mixed with milk, pumpkin puree, vanilla, and warming fall spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and clove. It's topped with sweet whipped cream and a light dusting of more spice.

    The overwhelming popularity of the PSL has meant that its appearance at the famous coffee chain begins earlier and earlier each season. In fact, it's being served at the end of August, far ahead of regular pumpkin season. For those who are not ready to face all things pumpkin so early, that might not be good news. But for the far larger majority who eagerly await the drink each year, there's even better news: the pumpkin spice latte is actually quite easy to make at home at a far more affordable price. Nor will you be at the mercy of the store's launch schedule.

    A few simple, pantry staples added to your regular morning coffee can turn a regular pot of Joe into the beloved seasonal pumpkin creation anytime you want.

    5-Minute Iced Pumpkin Spice Latte


    1. 2 shots of espresso (or 1/2 cup strongly brewed coffee)
      1 cup of milk of your choice
      1 tablespoon pumpkin puree
      2 teaspoons maple syrup (add more to taste)
      1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
      1/4 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
      Pinch of fine sea salt
      Optional (but highly recommended): whipped cream, or nondairy whip


    1. Add all ingredients to blender, then pulse until the coffee is fully combined and frothy.

    2. Add handful of ice to a glass of your choice and pour over the blended drink.

    3. Add extra sweetener if desired.

    4. Top with whipped cream and a sprinkle of pumpkin pie spice, and enjoy!

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