Save money and stay keto! This DIY sugar-free pumpkin spice latte Starbucks copycat recipe is a warm seasonal drink you’ll FALL for. Imagine all the yummy flavors of pumpkin pie, and it only takes just a couple minutes to make at home. The results are delicious!
This sugar-free coffee syrup is a must try!
The secret to getting that addicting Starbucks latte taste and texture is the Torani Sugar-Free Pumpkin Pie syrup. Combined with a strong brewed coffee or espresso, this adds a nice pumpkin spice flavor. I only used a teaspoon because I prefer for it not to be super strong, but feel free to adapt your amount to taste.
I also used a half teaspoon of Swerve sweetener which can be swapped to the sweetener of your choice as well as your preferred amount.
You can use a milk frother if you have one handy. I instead used an immersion hand blender to blend the heavy cream until frothy, and it works out great! I’m sure an actual blender would work well too.
Make your favorite fall beverage keto with this easy DIY version
8 oz. strongly brewed coffee, warm
3 tablespoons heavy cream
1 teaspoon sugar-free pumpkin pie coffee syrup
1/2 teaspoon Swerve sweetener
sprinkle pumpkin pie spice (topping)
Combine all ingredients into a large cup or container. Use a frother or hand immersion blender to mix until frothy. Pour into coffee cup and sprinkle with pumpkin pie spice.
Yield: 1 latte, Serving Size: 1 serving Amount Per Serving:
Calories: 150, Total Carbohydrates: 2g, Net Carbohydrates: 2g, Total Fat: 18g, Protein: 0.3g
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Hip Tip: For an iced latte, freeze coffee in an ice cube tray and add to your drink!
I love Pumpkin Spice a Latte!
Sprinkle a little pumpkin pie spice to the top (or even some cinnamon and nutmeg), and you’ll agree this latte is very tasty and looks festive as well! It will satisfy that sweet Starbucks PSL craving while keeping you on track for the fall! This latte doesn’t even taste keto!
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