Sugar Free Pumpkin Spice Coffee creamer recipe is a fall lover’s dream come true! All of your favorite flavors of fall but without all of the sugar. Make a no sugar pumpkin spice latte or just add some fall flavor to your morning coffee.
From Pumpkin Spice Glazed Croissants to Pumpkin Spice Cream Cheese, I’m dreaming of the iconic flavor of fall.
As a cliche basic chick in Jersey, I spend the last month of summer craving all things fall. Flannel, apple picking, and most importantly – pumpkin spice!
While I love running to Starbucks and grabbing myself a decadent, sugar-y treat, my waistline and my wallet simply cannot handle making it a daily thing.
Enter: sugar free pumpkin spice coffee creamer
The truth is, no one is ordering a pumpkin spice latte and thinking the sugary treat is good for them.
The sugar content is pretty extreme. Considering that I try to keep my own intake down, every year I find myself trying to find out how to make my beloved drink without all of the sugar.
Low and behold – sugar-free pumpkin spice coffee creamer! This perfectly spiced addition to your morning cup is the best way to get in a fix of your favorite fall flavor without all the sugar.
Make your own healthy pumpkin spice creamer
Making your own sugar free coffee creamer is super simple. Here’s what you do:
- Combine milk, pumpkin spice, and pumpkin in a sauce pan. Whisk well to break up any clumps of pumpkin and/or spice.
- Heat on low until hot, but not boiling, about 5-10 minutes. Use your judgement! We want to thicken it a bit and let the flavors marry!
- Add sweetener, add to blender, and blend until smooth.
You don’t have to, but you can strain through cheese cloth if you’d like!
How long is sugar free pumpkin spice creamer good for?
I’d suggest 5 or so days, and no longer than a week, but mine has never lasted that long. I keep it in a mason jar in the fridge.
How do you make a sugar free pumpkin spice latte?
I don’t have an espresso machine, so I wing it. I like to add mine to some steamed milk and half a cup of warmed cold brew coffee, but any strong coffee will do. Obviously espresso is the best choice if you have the means!
Oh, and if you’re looking for a quick way to make frothy milk without a milk steamer, warm up a bunch of milk and then blend it up in your blender – it aerates it and foams it perfectly to make an amazing latte.
Can I sub out stevia?
Yup! I’ve used maple syrup as well as Splenda in the past and it’s been fine. Just start small and add to taste.
What milk can I use in sugar free pumpkin spice coffee creamer?
I like half and half best, but when my oldest was milk soy protein intolerant, I used both coconut milk and cashew milk. I liked these best for the creamy and thick factor.
Sugar Free Pumpkin Spice Creamer
This sugar free coffee creamer is an easy way to get that fall flavor without tons of calories. Customize with your favorite sweetener and add to your morning coffee!
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Sugar-Free Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer
- 2 cups milk of choice
- 2 teaspoons pumpkin spice
- 1/2 cup pumpkin puree
- Vanilla stevia (or other sweetener + about 1/4 teaspoon of vanilla) to taste
Heat the milk, pumpkin, and pumpkin spice until hot – not boiling – and pour into blender and liquefy until smooth.
Stir in sweetener.
Optional: Strain through cheesecloth. It helps to ensure a very smooth creamer.
Enjoy in your favorite coffee!
straining isn’t necessary, but it helps to get a smooth consistency.
Do not boil the mixture! We don’t want to scald or break up the milk.
I used half and half, but you could use the milk or milk alternative of your choice.
When I don’t have stevia, I use maple syrup and vanilla.
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MMM! The best part of any hot drink (unless it’s tea) is WHIPPED cream! 🙂 And the amazing thing is that if it’s real whipped cream it doesn’t have to have much sugar, because the taste is so good!
Yes! I love making homemade whipped cream – it’s only of my favorite indulgences!
thank you for this!!!
I hope you like it!!
Heather @ Polyglot Jot says
Yum! I bet this would be delicious with full fat coconut milk!
yes! my only issue there is that if you use it in iced coffee it seperates, but in hot coffee it’s perfect!
Jenni Laplow says
Looks yummy, I could drink it up right now!
I can’t wait to try this! I LOVE all things pumpkin spice and this sounds and looks amazing 🙂
Thank you so much for sharing! I just started following your blog on bloglovin and I’m obsessed<3 I would love a follow back!
It’s so tasty!!
I’ve made my Pumpkin Spice before but never thought of putting it in a blender! That’s a great idea!
It’s awesome because it’s quicker AND it smooths it out a bit!
Janet Vinyard says
Thanks for sharing the recipe! Blessings, Janet
Kristy from Southern In Law says
It must be a homemade coffee creamer kinda week! This looks SO good! I’ve never actually had a PSL but I think that needs to change!
WHHAAAATTT?! I’m blown away. HOW?!? Get on that asap, girl! Your life will be changed 😉
I’ve been looking for a reduced sugar/sugar free alternative to pumpkin spice lattes! Definitely can’t wait to give this recipe a try. Thanks for sharing!
Yes! It’s so tasty! I mean, I’m still a huge PSL fan, but every single day is a bit much with all of that sugar!
This looks so yummy! I really need to try my hand at making my own coffee creamer. Thanks so much for the recipe!
It’s so easy and it’s nice knowing everything going into it!
Brilliant. This morning, the coffee I made sucked. I seriously considered throwing in some pumpkin to see if it would help at all….. now I know how to solve this future problem.
Uhm, EVERYTHING is better with a little pumpkin 😉
Miz Helen says
Your Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer looks awesome! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday and have a great weekend!
Thanks so much Miz Helen!
Pumpkin Spice is my favorite Fall flavor. Thank you for sharing at the Creative Muster Party. PINNED!
Is the pumpkin puree also sugar free? I will love to taste it. Thanks for sharing at Inspiration Galore Project Pty. Hope to see you next week. Twitted!!
Yes! Just make sure you buy pumpkin puree and not pumpkin pie filling!
Pat Fenner says
So very glad you shared this at Coffee and Conversation – we’re featuring it this week!!
From a fellow pumpkin-lover 😉
Sandra Garth says
Oh my gosh that last picture has be wanting to lick the screen!
Mrs. AOK says
This recipe couldn’t have come at the more perfect time! I’m doing the 4 hour body and I NEED my coffee. 🙂
Thanks for sharing with us at #MMBH!
April J Harris says
I’m obsessed with all things Pumpkin Spice too – but I do worry about the sugar in a Pumpkin Spice Latte. Your recipe sounds fantastic. Schedule to pin. Thank you for sharing with us at the Hearth and Soul Hop, Morgan.
Coffee and pumpkin pie spice….life doesn’t get any better than this! Thanks for sharing!nis