Pumpkin Spice Creamer

An amazing plant-based, vegan-friendly, soy-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free Pumpkin Spice Creamer recipe that makes approximately 32 servings taking about 5 minutes to prepare, with an additional 5 minutes of cook time.

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At 29 years old, I tried Pumpkin Spice Creamer after years of being convinced I hated it--I was utterly incorrect. This turned into an expensive seasonal habit that also happened to be filled with toxins.


My favorite brand was Silk's Almond Pumpkin Spice Creamer, but the ingredients weren't great.


  • Almondmilk (filtered water and almonds)

  • Cane sugar

  • Sunflower oil

  • Pea protein

  • Potassium citrate

  • Baking soda

  • Sunflower lecithin

  • Natural flavor

  • Sea salt

  • Gellan gum

You will notice a few concerning ingredients if you've read my post, The Truth About Toxins In Your Food. Between fillers and natural flavors, I knew I couldn't keep consuming this with my morning organic coffee, so I decided to make my own.


It only took me two attempts to perfect this recipe, and oddly, the secret ingredient in powdered espresso, which really enhances the flavor of this creamer and makes all the deliciousness come together perfectly.


Since I am an oat milk person, I used my Thick & Creamy Oat Milk as the base, but I did not add the coconut cream, as it would have made it too thick, considering I was already using sweetened condensed coconut milk.


Personally, I prefer to be able to customize my foods, considering I have allergies and sensitivities. For instance, I am sensitive to vanilla, so as much as I love it, I had to substitute it for almond extract in this recipe. I also like to know exactly what is in my food, and I find comfort in knowing my meals are organically made.


So without further ado, I introduce my Pumpkin Spice Creamer recipe. Since I am allergic to soy and have adapted to a plant-based lifestyle (no meat or dairy), this recipe is vegan-friendly, plant-based, soy-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free. This creamer can be used as is in your coffee, or you can use a handheld frother to make foam.

 

What's your favorite way to enjoy pumpkin spice?


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