Pumpkin Coffee Creamer

I don’t know if I’m a complete dud or what.  I have tried almost every pumpkin spice “latte” (they’re really misto) recipes online.  I haven’t found one with a flavor and texture that I truly love.  I was playing around in the kitchen, and discovered I loved the flavor of the milk/cream part.  I decided to make my failed latte experiments turn into a delicious creamer to add to my coffee.  Let’s be honest with each other.  Nothing tastes as amazeballs as Starbucks so why not take it in a similar direction?  I’m talking a homemade pumpkin coffee creamer recipe. I personally hate the flavor of artificial sugars and ingredients.  I can’t eat or drink sugar-free anything, including the chemical laden creamers of the powdered variety.  Not to mention how horrible sugar-free goods are for your body and digestion.  Before I was educated on the evils of sugar-free,  I tried to make myself like it.  I just couldn’t take the flavor or aftertaste. I love how this recipe gives me the hint of pumpkin I crave.  If you want your pumpkin kicked-up-a-notch, serve it with your favorite pumpkin spice coffee and syrup. How perfect would this be to have in your mug while trick-or-treating with the little ones?!

Pumpkin Coffee Creamer. Tastes good enough to drink and with none of those nasty chemicals!


  • 1 cup milk of your choice or half-and-half if you’re feeling naughty
  • 1/4 cup pumpkin puree
  • 2 tablespoons white chocolate chips
  • 2 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  1. Blend all ingredients together in a high powered blender (I use a Vitamix)
  2. Pour desired amount of creamer into hot, freshly brewed coffee of choice
  3. Optional: sprinkle pumpkin pie spice on top.  You can add whipped cream to if you want to treat yourself.

If you prefer a more latte/misto experience you can warm the milk up in the microwave.  That way you can add more pumpkin creamer without cooling off your coffee.  For a more Starbucks flavor I suggest using espresso. Make sure to store what’s left of the creamer in an airtight container in your refrigerator. 

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  • I love the mug! How awesome is that! Where did you get it from?

  • Yum! I love a little pumpkin in my coffee! I actually have all of these ingredients, I’m going to make this right now!

  • yumm! this sounds delicious, and could be so much less fat than regular creamer you’d buy at the store.

  • You are WAY too brilliant for me!! Can’t wait to make this! Plus hilar haha “if your feelin’ naughty” you crack me up!

  • OMG this looks amazing!!!!!!!!! I”m obsessed with anything pumpkin flavored 🙂

    Pearls & Paws

  • I really….reallllllllly need to start making weekends Andrea Bai recipe catch up day! Maybe during the winter holidays…I’ll have a whole 2 weeks to pick all of the fun stuff 🙂

  • This looks so sinful Andrea!

  • Great idea! I hate all that artificial stuff, so this sounds pretty tasty!

  • This sounds and looks amazing. Even though we are past Halloween, I want to give this one a try!