Skinny and vegan pumpkin spice frappuccino with cinnamon.
I am not sure how the weather is in your place but we still have hot summer in Ontario. The air condition has to be on. While autumn is coming the summer is still here. While I love this weather, I would prefer a little cooler air. The kind of weather without air condition on and without sweating while walking. I hate when it’s so humid that you can’t even go for a walk. I am not a pool or beach person. I don’t really like spending the whole day at the pool. Maybe sometimes. But I prefer exploring the nature, walking and spending time outside.
For these hot days I prepared pumpkin spice frappuccino with a hint of cinnamon and nutmeg. It was my first time making pumpkin spice frappuccino and I am happy because it came out very good. I didn’t know what to expect because I’ve never had any pumpkin spice frappe before. I’ve seen pumpkin frappuccino in coffee shops but caramel or toffee nut is always my first choice.
I also didn’t certainly think to make it vegan but it came out that way. I just had leftover vanilla almond milk in my fridge and I used it instead regular milk. Vanilla from almond milk added some sweetness. However, I added some extra cane sugar but it can be omitted if you prefer even lighter version.
Pumpkin spice frappuccino is very easy to make. You just need to freeze some pumpkin puree with almond milk overnight. On the next day blend everything in the blender.
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Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino
- 1/3 cup pumpkin puree
- 1 cup vanilla almond milk + 3/4 cup vanilla almond milk
- 1/4 tsp. cinnamon
- pinch of nutmeg
- 3/4 cup hot water
- 4 tsp. instant coffee
- 4 tsp. cane sugar optional
- The day before making the frappuccino. Blend in the blender 1/3 cup pumpkin puree with 1 cup vanilla almond milk, cinnamon and pinch of nutmeg.
- Pour into the ice cubes and freeze overnight. It makes 12 ice cubes.
- Make coffee by adding 4 tsp. coffee and 4 tsp. cane sugar to hot water. Cool off. Leave it overnight in the fridge or for couple hours.
- On the day when you will be making pumpkin spice frappuccino. Blend in blender pumpkin ice cubes, with extra 3/4 cup vanilla almond milk and coffee.
If you like Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino check other Pumpkin Recipes
Soft Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Cookies
Cinnamon Pumpkin Apple Muffins
The hungry homemaker
Looks delicious! So good to finally have a recipe so I can save myself a trip to Starbucks!
That’s right:) Thank you so much!
Thank you for sharing! They look delicious!
Thank you so much!
Looks easy and delicious!!
Liz @ Sunshine and Shandy
This looks so delicious, and I love that it’s dairy free!!
What a creative idea to blend the pumpkin and milk then freeze! Usually I, like Starbucks, just add ice cubes. I think this would be better though and keep it from getting watered down! So trying this! Thanks!!
this sounds amazing! Yummy! thanks for sharing 😀
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Oh my deliciousness this looks so good!!
Thank you Carmela!
Umm share please?? This looks to DIE for! So ready for the pumpkin craziness to begin! Is it fall already?? I don’t want to wait for the leaves to change! Lol! Thanks for sharing this recipe with us! Can’t wait to try it out!
Joscelyn | Wifemamafoodie
YUM! It is still pretty hot here in the midwest too. I’m all about some frappuccinos and the fact that you added pumpkin to this makes me want to just thought the screen and have a taste, haha! I love pumpkin so I will definitely be trying this soon! Thanks, Ilona!
Thank you Joscelyn!
DELISH! I’m addicted to all things pumpkin! xo
Thank you Bree!
Chrissa - Physical Kitchness
YUMMY! Making this over the weekend. Love that it is (optional) refined sugar free and dairy free!!
I hope you’ll like it Chrissa.
Stacey Eckert (@HomemakerStacey)
This looks DELICIOUS! So much better than anything you could get at Starbucks. YUM. I can’t wait to make it this week!!!!
Kelly - Life Made Sweeter
Oh my, I love pumpkin spice drinks and desserts. Your frappuccino looks fantastic! I love that it’s dairy free!
I love pumpkin spice anything. Thanks for sharing this! I no longer have to go to Starbucks, I can just make it at home 🙂
Sounds wonderful, a great transition into fall!
That’s right:) Thanks Chris!
Ashley | Spoonful of Flavor
I want to start every fall day with one of these frappuccinos! I love the pumpkin spice flavors!
Me too:) Thanks Ashley!
I need some of that stat. I’m melting here in LA.
It’s delicious:) Thanks Ai for your visit!
🙂 It’s Ai Ping.
Sorry Ai Ping:)))
I need this in my life now!! I’m already obsessed with PSLs, but this frappuccino looks fabulous!
I love anything pumpkin this time of the year!
me too Julia!
My vegan sister would love this! I will definitely make her your frappuccino 🙂
Nice to see a Polish girl:) Thanks Teresa!
I am going to have to make myself one of these next time I cook up some pumpkin!!!
(Finding it tinned here is just impossible)
You’ll love it:) Thank you for your visit!
Callie | Flour and Fancy
I have been eager to find a great recipe for a cool, pumpkin coffee drink at home. Thanks so much for sharing – can’t wait to try this!
Oh my goodness. I’m kind of in love with this. But I want it for dessert. Maybe with decaf!! Yes.
Thanks Christine for your visit to my blog:)
I love making my own coffee drinks at home, and this looks fabulous. Nice creative recipe too, with the freezing part. I love it!
This sounds amazing! It’s still pretty hot and summery here, so I am definitely still into the cold blended drinks! I will definitely need to try this immediately!
I hope you’ll love it Melissa!
Kristen Wood | moon and spoon and yum.
Looks ridiculously tasty!
Everyday Sarah Jane
A paleo friendly Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino? I’m in love!! This just made my day! Can’t wait to make it XO
I hope you’ll like it!
How I love pumpkin and autumn 😀
I love all the ingenious way to make pumpkin a more exciting autumn produce.
Thank you for sharing 🙂
I am definitely with you! I love pumpkin and autumn!
The Purple Ladle
Love the ingredients in this Ilona! almond milk is my fave, it sounds and looks wonderful