Celebrating Fall Flavors
Fall flavors are in full effect and that means it’s Pumpkin Spice coffee time!
I love the cozy and comforting flavor of pumpkin spice. Starbucks always gets inundated with people who are craving Pumpkin Spice this time of year. My friend, Emily, who lives in the UK, even said that her local Starbucks was out of Pumpkin Spice syrup because so many people wanted it!
Thankfully, you don’t have to drive to your nearest Starbucks and pay a pretty penny to get your fix of Pumpkin Spice. Instead, you can have this wonderful flavor at home, whenever you get the hankering for it, with my sugar free Pumpkin Spice Creamer.
Sugar-Free Pumpkin Spice Creamer
This creamer is super simple to make. And you can also make it dairy free as well as sugar free.
I love to make dairy free or sugar free versions of some of our Fall favorites, because it helps to reduce inflammation (dairy doesn’t always agree with me) and it helps to keep our blood sugar stable (which means no sugar crash after drinking this healthy sweet treat!).
Check out this quick and easy Pumpkin Spice creamer to make your coffee the ultimate celebration of Fall!
Here is the video on how to make this awesome Sugar Free Pumpkin Spice Creamer. Join me in the Get Nourished with Renata FB group for more healthy and delicious cooking lives!
Check out the full recipe below!
The perfect way to add some delicious pumpkin spice flavor to your coffee, all in the comfort of your own home and super simply made too.
- 1/2 cup milk of choice, cows milk, almond milk, coconut milk etc.
- 1 tsp Pumpkin Spice
- 1 tbsp monkfruit sweetener
In a small bowl, add the milk of choice.
Gently heat in the microwave for approximately 15-20 seconds, or till the milk is warm.
To the milk, add the monkfruit sweetener and the pumpkin spice. Whisk together till well combined.
Add the creamer to your fave cup of coffee. Or, pour into a resealable jar or container to keep in the fridge till your next cup of joe.
- Before using, shake or stir the creamer well.
- Keep in the fridge for up to 1 week.
Craving more Fall flavors? Check out these recipes: