Catering to guests over the holiday season can become tricky with the number of people who have food allergies and are cutting certain ingredients out of their diets.
It’s Tonya here with a simple DIY Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer Recipe that is the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving dinner party. The best part is, it can be made a day in advance, because we all know how important it is to be able to make as much as possible in advance when entertaining at home over the holidays.
Place it on a serving tray with a pot of fresh coffee and sugar packets, and serve with dessert, cookies or other festive Thanksgiving treats.
This pumpkin coffee creamer can be refrigerated for up to 4 days, just make sure you shake the bottle before use to ensure all of the ingredients are mixed together thoroughly. You can also use coconut milk in place of Almondmilk, but I normally use the vanilla Almondmilk for my coffee each day and wanted to give it a hint of pumpkin flavor for fall.
- 2 cups Vanilla Almondmilk (alternatively you can use Coconut Milk)
- 3 tbs Pumpkin Puree
- 3 tbs Pure Maple Syrup
- 1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 1 tsp Pumpkin Pie Spice
- Place all ingredients into a blender and blend on high until completely combined.
- Pour into bottle or jar that is sealed and refrigerate until ready to use.
- Note: Stir or shake before use.
I hope you’re enjoying the cooler weather and the fabulous fall season.
15 thoughts on “Homemade Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer Recipe”
I am all about pumpkin everything right now. I am going to try this. Looks tasty.
I know…. I am OBSESSED with pumpkin!!!
It’s so nice to have a change from the regular almond milk I have every day in my coffee. I feel like I’m not missing out on the pumpkin creamer anymore.
Yummy! I love that it has real pumpkin in it, so many pumpkin items don’t really have pumpkin in them. Pinned this for Thanksgiving.
Yes, exactly. Real food, all the way! (And thanks for pinning!)
I’m making up a batch of this and sharing it with my sil and mil. Thanks for linking up at Motivation Monday!
Let me know how you all like it!
I flavored coffee and creamers but it’s so hard to find those that do not have artificial flavors. Def. trying this one 🙂
You know, I just ran across some processed creamer last night and I was like, no WAY! But I see this and I am all over it! Thanks! Pinning!
I know, I think that’s one reason I always just take plain cream. I never want the extra crap. I need to try this too!
This is great! I can make it during the summer to put in my iced coffee. I bookmarked it to find it at a later time!
I sometimes make holiday ‘flavored’ items throughout the year too, it’s so hard going for a full year to wait for pumpkin everything to hit the stores.
Can you use regular cow’s milk? (2%)
I’m sure you can, Susan. I’m planning to try it with whole milk as soon as I get some pumpkin in the house! 🙂