Make Your Own Pumpkin Spice Lattes and Coffee at Home!

Heidi McGall, Yoga Therapy and Meditation Instructor

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4 Videos (11m)
    • Introduction

      1:26
    • What You'll Need and Recipe

      6:47
    • Bonus Recipes

      1:45
    • Closing

      0:32

About This Class

It's fall, and we all want to enjoy the warming flavor of a pumpkin spice coffee or latte. But do we need all the artificial ingredients in the creamers and coffees we can buy at the store? 

Should we pay $4 or more every time we want a pumpkin spice latte?

To that I say NO! Make a flavored creamer at home that you can add to brewed coffee or espresso to make your own economical coffee drinks. Bonus - this one is VEGAN! (but super tasty and perfect for carnivores, too)

Recipe is in the "Your Project" section of the class - you'll need raw cashews, water, a pinch of salt, maple syrup or other sweetener, vanilla, cinnamon, ginger, and ground cloves as well as a blender. You'll also get directions for making vanilla and cinnamon dolce flavored creamers and a savory version you can add to pasta for a luxurious vegan alfredo sauce.

As a BONUS, I added recipes for using your creamer for healthy make-ahead breakfasts or snacks using oatmeal and chia seeds.

Once you have the recipe down, you can adjust it to use with cow's milk, almond milk, coconut milk, cream, etc. 

That's it! Simple, wholesome, and won't break the bank. 

6 of 6 students recommendSee All

Super cool and super easy - I'm going to do this tonight. I love the breakfast ideas, too! Thanks Heidi!
Nick Armstrong

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What a awesome idea! I'm health-concious and and to have a healthy way to make a pumpkin spice late is AMAZING! + the bonus recipes for other ways to use the creme ... 100% recommend !
Jésabel DC

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Heidi McGall

Yoga Therapy and Meditation Instructor

Howdy!

I'm Heidi - Texas native and lover of the outdoors and a mean cook/baker. I dabbled in yoga, mostly more vigorous types, until I became pregnant with my first son. That's when I had to start modifying my practice and seeking out other types of yoga because I simply felt too ill to do my normal practice.

After I had my son and experienced a lot of stress and anxiety about being a first time mom, I started seeking out non-physical types of yoga and delved into meditation an...

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