Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte

Posted September 13, 2018 by Thirty-Something Angie in Recipes, Wellness / 0 Comments

Personally, I always enjoyed a good pumpkin spice latte, but this healthy at-home version is good enough to rival its more popular counterpart any day. #pumpkinspicelatte #healthypumpkinspice #paleo #thm

It’s that time of year again! The weather is changing, fall is approaching, and whether you love it or hate it, the season of pumpkin spice everything is upon us. Personally, I always enjoyed a good pumpkin spice latte, but after cleaning up my diet a few years ago, they’ve been a big no-no.

No worries, though. This at-home version is good enough to rival its more popular counterpart any day. Even better, this drink is loaded with metabolism-boosting, gut-healing ingredients. You won’t find that at your favorite coffee shop!

If you’re a Trim Healthy Mama like me, this recipe is an “S” when made as written, or a “FP” if you leave out the coconut oil. It’s also Paleo, as well as Keto and Whole 30 friendly (if you eliminate the stevia). Give it a try! Health food never tasted so good!

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Ingredients:

Directions:

Brew your coffee like you normally would (I use a French Press, because #coffeesnob). While it’s brewing, pour about 1/4 cup of unsweetened almond milk into a cup, and add the remaining ingredients and blend until smooth. You can either do this in your regular blender, or grab an immersion blender, which makes this really quick and easy!

A couple of the ingredients are optional. If you’re on a whole 30 (or just want to avoid sweeteners), you can easily enjoy this drink without the stevia. Since I’m not currently on a whole 30, I wanted something a little sweeter. Either way, it’ll come out creamy and a little sweet due to the other ingredients!

Coconut oil is also optional. I personally love adding just a bit to mine to make it froth a little bit more. Plus, the fats in the coconut oil offer a great metabolism boost! I don’t recommend eating tablespoons of coconut oil every day (I’m a “everything in moderation” kinda gal), but for a sweet treat, it’s a good addition!

Ready to start your day with this healthy treat?

I don’t know about you, but I love the idea of starting my morning with a drink that boosts metabolism, supports healthy skin, hair, and nails, and promotes a healthy gut! The fact that it tastes amazing is a huge bonus.

It’s time to gather your ingredients, pull out your blender, and whip up this healthy treat!

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