Easy recipes to make pumpkin drinks from scratch
Lovers of everything pumpkin spice, assemble!
If you like the flavors of pumpkin and pumpkin pie spice, this post will hook you with some pumpkin spice recipes that you can easily make at home.
All this delicious pumpkin recipes can be made just using natural and very easy to find ingredients.
I’m sure, after reading this you’ll never need to buy any pre-made pumpkin syrup or pumpkin spice latte from a coffee shop again!
Anything related to pumpkin spice gets easier when using a pre-made pumpkin spice blend.
Luckily, putting together your own pumpkin spice is super easy!
This recipe has easy-to-measure proportions and uses spices that you probably already have in your pantry.
The easiest way to make any type of pumpkin drink is using pumpkin syrup.
Luckily, you can make your own.
You’ll be surprised how easy is to make this 5-ingredient pumpkin syrup.
And you can even choose if you want it with regular sugar or make a health-conscious, sugar-free version that will help you make keto-friendly pumpkin drinks.
It also tastes great poured overs desserts as pumpkin sauce.
This recipe uses herbal “coffee”, so it’s completely caffeine-free and kids-friendly, but at the same time, it still tastes as if it had coffee in it.
Like all the recipes in this post, you can make it using homemade pumpkin syrup, but you can also make it with pumpkin purée or even from whole pumpkin!
Inspired by Korean pumpkin latte, this recipe has the best tricks to make heavenly pumpkin spice “latte” without coffee.
The tea version of pumpkin spice latte.
Black tea matches great with pumpkin and pumpkin spices!
Learn how to make pumpkin chai latte and also how to turn it into a caffeine-free version, wether by swapping the tea for rooibos or by using decaf tea.
Enjoy an indulgent chocolate milk that’s still healthy and as low in calories as possible.
According to their menu, Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte (PSL) is made by assembling pumpkin sauce (a pumpkin pie syrup that combines pumpkin flavor, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and ginger) espresso and frothed milk.
It’s usually topped with whipped cream and some nutmeg or pumpkin pie spice.
You can order it warm, as an iced pumpkin spice latte or even as a Frapuccino.
Pumpkin spice latte gained quite a big popularity from its beginnings, and now is one of the most sold seasonal drinks ever: there is a craze every year about when Pumpkin Spice Latte becomes available again!
Some may argue that PSL is so beloved because of smart marketing, but I truly think pumpkin spice (and its comforting effects) also plays a great part in this popularity.
They warm you from the inside and they remind us that cozy time is near.
In addition to it, pumpkin’s delicately sweet and very pleasant flavor matches very week with warm milk.
Have fun making these pumpkin drinks for yourself or to serve them up during celebrations like Halloween!