When fall and winter arrive, the well-known Pumpkin Spice Latte quickly becomes a global phenomenon. For any type of taste bud, there are much more interesting variations to prepare at home if you wish to avoid preservatives and pricey seasonal drinks.
1. A traditional pumpkin spice latte
Although we’ve included a few modifications on our list, nothing beats the original at-home recipe for Starbucks’ well-known PSL. Instead of canned pumpkin puree, it uses pumpkin spice butter that has been flavored with cinnamon, condensed milk, and whipped cream.
2. Spiced Pumpkin
This cocoa-based variation on the traditional recipe will appeal to mocha chocolate aficionados who still want to partake in the caffeinated pumpkin fun. This hot beverage is flavored with ginger, nutmeg, cloves, allspice, and cinnamon and is finished with two full chocolate bars as a garnish.
3. Coconut whip with Pumpkin Spice Collagen Latte
Decaf and can fans alike will like this pumpkin spice collagen latte because the recipe’s creator typically chooses to make it caffeine-free. Although this latte is dairy and sugar free thanks to cashew milk, it isn’t flavorless in the least.
4. Spiced Pumpkin Hot Chocolate
By adding additional chocolate instead of caffeine, you can increase the mocha content of your beverage. Yes, there is such a thing as a pumpkin spice hot chocolate, and it is the stuff of dreams, but you might have to skip dessert for the rest of the week. Put it off until a snowy day!
5. a thick and creamy maple pumpkin pecan pie smoothie
We rate this recipe highly because it is healthful yet doesn’t taste that way. This drink is simply bursting with creamy, nutty (and healthy) goodness thanks to the use of Greek yogurt, almond butter, and pureed pumpkin or butternut squash.
6. Milkshake with pumpkin spice latte
Although this recipe is suitable for children, we predict that the adults will be asking for seconds as well. This luscious delight is adapted from a Disney cafe recipe and is topped with whipped cream, pumpkin spice sugar, graham crackers, and caramel.
7. Pumpkin Spice Latte vegan
a vegan latte to perk you up in the middle of the day. Warming chai, smooth nut milk, and a zing of vanilla and turmeric are all added to this drink to truly nourish your spirit from the inside out. Why not remove the pollutants while you relax and warm up?
8. Non-Dairy Pumpkin Spice Creamer
This is more of a creamer that you can add to coffee to make it creamier without additional sugar than it is a beverage. A small amount of maple syrup and coconut milk give it a velvety, sweet flavor and texture.
9. White hot chocolate with pumpkin spice
This is comparable to hot chocolate but is made with white chocolate, which has a sweeter undertone than milk or dark chocolate. You get all the flavor you need from this, plus whole milk’s extra decadence.
10. Indulge in a pumpkin-salted caramel latte.
This homemade beverage really blends two well-known Starbucks lattes and, in the author’s opinion, leans heavily on the spices. You don’t have to use the latte base indicated; you can change it to your heart’s content. This dish is filled with sweet and salty elements.
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