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Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe: Hot or Even Iced!

By Dr. Josh Axe

August 21, 2022

Is it part of your morning routine to stop at the local coffee shop for a pumpkin spice latte? Once you try this better-for-you alternative, chances are it won’t be anymore. And if you desire something delicious and sophisticated to cool you down, you can also enjoy an iced pumpkin spice latte.

Our Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe leaves out the artificial flavors and refined sugars and offers protein and collagen instead — thanks to inclusion of Bone Broth Protein Pumpkin Spice. This tasty Bone Broth Protein Pumpkin Spice Latte will leave you just as satisfied as the cafe-bought version, but instead of being a “guilty pleasure,” it’s actually something you can feel good about drinking. (Go to bottom of the post for a substitute recipe with Bone Broth Protein Vanilla.)

Health-Focused Ingredients

Each pumpkin spice latte ingredient used in this recipe has something special to offer.

Oat milk gives the latte its signature creamy taste, the espresso lends the recipe a rich flavor and a bit of a lift from a small amount of caffeine, and the BBP provides you with satiating protein.

Bone Broth Protein Pumpkin Spice has a delicious flavor and is lightly sweetened with cinnamon and stevia extract rather than regular sugar, keeping the carb content and calories low. It’s gluten-free and made without dairy or soy and made from grass-fed and pasture-raised beef bone broth, which naturally contains collagen types I and III.

Importantly, adding BBP to your diet is an easy way to support a healthy gut as well as healthy nails, skin and joints.

How to Make Pumpkin Spiced Latte: Hot or Iced

Here's three different ways to go with a pumpkin spiced latte: with Bone Broth Protein Pumpkin Spice, another with Bone Broth Protein Vanilla, and an iced version.

For each, you start by brewing a quarter cup of espresso or half-cup of strong coffee. For the hot versions, also heat up the oat or light coconut milk in a saucepan over low heat until warmed. For an iced pumpkin spice latte, cool down the espresso or coffee and keep nut milk in fridge til ready.

For a pumpkin spice latte with BBP Pumpkin Spice, simply add coffee, nut milk and protein powder to a blender and blend until well-mixed.Pour into a mug and add a little extra nut milk froth for the topping. You can also use coconut whipped cream on top. Then sprinkle with cinnamon.

Don't have BBP Pumpkin Spice? Use BBP Vanilla and add espresso/coffee, heated nut milk, one teaspoon coconut oil, two tablespoons pumpkin puree, one and a half teaspoons of pumpkin pie spice and one scoop of BBP Vanilla to a power blender. Blend well and then pour into a mug. Top with frothed nut milk or coconut whipped cream and sprinkled cinnamon.

For an iced version, wait for espresso or coffee to be cooled down. Add the cold coffee, oat or coconut milk, along with Bone Broth Protein Pumpkin Spice and a few ice cubes to a power blender. Blend until well mixed and pour into a large glass. Add coconut whipped topping and sprinkle with cinnamon if desired.

Recipe courtesy of Dr. Josh Axe, co-founder of Ancient Nutrition and also author of the best-selling books Keto Diet and The Collagen Diet.

Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe

Servings

1

Time

5 min

Calories

112

Author

Dr. Josh Axe

Our Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe leaves out the artificial flavors and refined sugars and offers protein and collagen instead — thanks to inclusion of Bone Broth Protein. You can make it hot or iced.

Ingredients

Directions
  1. Brew ¼ cup of organic espresso or coffee.

  2. Heat oat or coconut milk in a saucepan over low heat until warmed.

  3. Add coffee, nut milk and protein powder to a blender and blend until well-mixed.

  4. Pour into a mug and add a little extra nut milk froth for the topping or coconut whipped cream. Then sprinkle with cinnamon.

  5. For an iced version, wait for espresso or coffee to be cooled down. Add the cold coffee, oat or coconut milk, along with Bone Broth Protein Pumpkin Spice and a few ice cubes to a power blender. Blend until well mixed and pour into a large glass. Add coconut whipped topping and sprinkle with cinnamon if desired.

  6. Don't have Bone Broth Protein Pumpkin Spice? Use Bone Broth Protein Vanilla instead. Heat up nut milk, then add nut milk, espresso/coffee, one scoop Bone Broth Protein Vanilla, one teaspoon coconut oil, 2 tablespoons pumpkin puree and 1½ teaspoons pumpkin pie spice to a blender. Pour into a mug and add a little extra nut milk froth or coconut whipped cream for the topping. Then sprinkle with cinnamon.

Nutrition

Calories 112, Carbs 3 grams, Fiber 0 grams, Sugar 1 grams, Fat 6 grams, Saturated Fat 5 grams, Unsaturated Fat 1 grams, Cholesterol 32 milligrams, Protein 10 grams, Sodium 36 milligrams

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