The fall season is upon us and it’s the perfect time to get warmed up. Take out your comfy sweaters, quilted blankets, and get ready to snuggle as you revel in the beautiful colors of autumn. Before you turn your thermostat on, here’s a reminder. There’s another thing to be excited about this season and it has everything to do with pumpkin spice!
Celebrate the chilly weather with pumpkin recipes that will surely give you a kick. From lattes to chocolate beverages and cocktails, there’s definitely more than a couple of fall drink recipes that you can whip up at any point in the day.
- Pumpkin Spice Cocktail-Fresh Simple Home
The combination of pumpkin spice with Baileys Irish Cream makes this cocktail refreshingly sweet. With tasteful hints of nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger, clove, and allspice mixed with a creamy liquor, your insides will be warmed up in a snap. What I love about this recipe is how conveniently easy all the ingredients are and you can easily get them from your pantry or on a quick trip to the local grocery.
- White Chocolate Pumpkin Spice Latte by Maria’s Mixing Bowl
Nothing beats the feeling of sipping a hot chocolate drink on a cold late afternoon while watching the orange leaves slowly fall from the trees. Why not take things up a notch and try out this White Chocolate Pumpkin Spice Latte? The heavenly scent of pumpkin spice and the richness of white chocolate and coffee will surely make you want to just drink it all up all at once! To have a more festive beverage, try adding a dollop of whipped cream and sprinkle it with cinnamon or chocolate on top, or even both.
- Low Carb Pumpkin Spice Latte by Dr. Dravinah’s Eats
Dreaming of pumpkin spice latte but currently on keto? Fret not! This low carb, sugar-free alternative might just be the pumpkin spice recipe that you are looking for. This recipe demonstrates three different ways on how you can prepare your favorite fall drink. With these, you can still stay within your meal plan. By using instant coffee, cold brew, or hot coffee, you have the option to make your drink bulletproof and even dairy-free! Finish it off with a sugar-free whipped cream or cinnamon stick. Dig in to the sweet aroma and gorgeous texture of this fall drink.
- Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Martini by Home Cooking Memories
Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean that you have less time for happy hour. This Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Martini might just be the drink that you need to amp things up. Either as a pre-dinner cocktail or as a nightcap, this cocktail features the iconic palate of pumpkin spice. Imagine pumpkin blended with cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, and ginger and the sweet coffee flavor of Kahlua. Garnishing the rim of the martini glass with Kahlua, pumpkin spice, and sugar lends an elegant twist to this easy-to-prepare concoction. With the variety of celebrations during this time of the year, this can be your go-to drink to serve be it for Halloween or on Thanksgiving.
- Instant Pot Pumpkin Apple Cider by Two Kids and a Coupon
Usher in the cold seasons with a warm beverage that you and your family will most definitely enjoy! This Instant Pot Pumpkin Apple Cider fall drink recipe is undeniably easy to prepare so you can immediately share a cup or two whenever you are craving for it. Wear your comfiest sweater, bring out your heavy knitted blankets, and spend a memorable time sipping this warm drink while enjoying the cozy crackling sounds from your fireplace.
- Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino by The Helpful GF
Savor every sip of this Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino that’s packed with flavor but low on carbs! This pumpkin drink recipe is concocted as a healthy option to the usual Frappe as it’s made with gluten-free ingredients, low in sugar, loaded with protein, and won’t definitely veer you away from your Keto diet. With only one carb of pumpkin spice component, you can enjoy this drink at any points within the day. Whether as an energy-boosting breakfast or as a midday beverage. Serve with a dollop of sugar-free whipped cream and you are all set for an exciting treat!
- Pumpkin Cider Margarita by Paleo Gluten Free Guy
With ingredients such as apple cider, tequila, and warm spices alongside real pumpkin puree, this Pumpkin Cider Margarita has different layers of textures and flavor profiles in it. A totally delicious drink that’s easy to prepare, this might just become one of your go-to cocktails this fall season. Part creamy, part spicy, and all levels of goodness, you can make this drink fancier when serving to your friends and Halloween guests by using sea salt to rim the margarita glass. Cheers!
- Copycat Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte by Cooktoria
Craving for a Pumpkin Spiced Latte served by your favorite Starbucks barista but don’t like the hassle of lining up? Then surely this pumpkin spice recipe will be your best friend. With a recipe that came from a former Starbucks insider herself, this is the homemade, affordable version that will undoubtedly fix your Starbucks cravings every single time. Don’t forget to add your whipped cream and cinnamon to truly replicate the experience. Now, you don’t have to wait for fall season to arrive or have to go out of your way to savor this crowd favorite. Hot or cold, enjoy this Pumpkin Spice Latte any time the entire year.
- Pumpkin Pie Mocha Latte by This Worthey Life
Satisfyingly sweet and spicy, this Pumpkin Pie Mocha Latte will undeniably convert you into a quick fan of pumpkin spice (if you aren’t yet). Combining pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie extract, pumpkin spice, coffee, cinnamon, vanilla, creamer and chocolate, this hot fall drink recipe is the perfect beverage to warm you up during this chilly autumn season. This latte is super simple to make and all ingredients can easily be found in your kitchen or in your nearby grocers. Served with whipped cream and drizzled with chocolate, you are one step up to elevating your afternoon coffee experience.
- Pumpkin Spice White Russian by Farm Wife Drinks
The White Russian- a cocktail favorite that boasts of sweetness, bitterness, and that undeniable buzz. Turn this boozy treat into an even more genius concoction by adding fall’s favorite ingredient- pumpkin spice. For all those who love to create creamy liquor mixtures with their pumpkin spice, then you would definitely love this one as it incorporates Kahlua into the mix. Drink one after dinner, for nightcap, or on those late afternoons after a long day at work. There’s always time for this Pumpkin Spice White Russian.
- Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate by Home Cooking Memories
Hot chocolate on a cold autumn night? Yes! Well, how about hot chocolate mixed with pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spices, and spiked with Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Latte? An endless stream of yes!!! This fall drink cocktail recipe takes your trusty chocolate drink to an entirely new and boozy level. The use of the limited edition Kahlua PSL takes things up a notch since it’s definitely made for beverages like these. Turn your gentle hot chocolate into one of the best drinks to celebrate this fall season.
- Pumpkin Mexican Hot Chocolate by Boulder Locavore
Make way for fall and turn your pumpkin spice recipes even more special with this Pumpkin Mexican Hot Chocolate drink. The luscious and rich texture of Mexican Chocolate, which is especially made with cinnamon and chilis in its ingredients, will definitely give you a lot of kick. Combining the creaminess of pumpkin puree and the richness of the chocolate, the ingredients work together in harmony to create a luxurious experience for your taste buds. Topped off with whipped cream and cinnamon stick and you got yourself a warm cup of chocolate goodness that’s definitely unrivaled!
- Homemade Pumpkin Pie Cream Liqueur by An Italian in My Kitchen
If pumpkin pie was turned into a beverage and added with a cream liquor, then this Homemade Pumpkin Pie Cream Liquer would definitely be the best representation of it. Combining pumpkin puree, pumpkin spice, a bit of coffee, cream, and whiskey, and you get a drink reminiscent of a well-loved autumn dessert. The sweetness and creaminess of this cocktail combined with the sugar-rimmed glass will definitely give you different layers of texture and flavor profile.