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Directions. Instructions Checklist. Step 1. Whisk 4 ounces cream, maple syrup, pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, and vanilla extract together in a microwave-safe bowl. Heat pumpkin mixture in the microwave in 30-second intervals, stirring between intervals, until heated through and completely blended, 1 to 3 minutes.

How to Make Pumpkin Spice Creamer. This is a very simple recipe with about 15 minutes of hands-on time required. Make sure that you’re using 100% pure pumpkin puree—not “Pumpkin Pie Filling” which is sold in a similar can.

You can typically find it in the baking aisle of your grocery store (near the pie fillings). Ingredients. 2 cups heavy cream. The base of the coffee creamer is made of milk and condensed milk.

These are heated together, then the spices and fresh pumpkin puree are added. The spices infuse into the milk and the pumpkin almost dissolves creating a spicy, sweet-and-earthy Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer. No more.

Homemade pumpkin spice creamer that’s actually healthy and made with real pumpkin and no refined sugar. So good, made with homemade pumpkin pie spice, and much healthier than the powder! You don’t have to wonder when pumpkin creamer comes.

Homemade Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer is made with real pumpkin puree and warm spices for all-natural Pumpkin Spice Lattes at home! ‘Tis the season for PSL! As much as I’m a pumpkin lover, the truth is that when it comes to Pumpkin Spice Lattes from Starbucks, I can take ’em or leave ’em. In a medium saucepan, toast up spice for 1 minute over a medium heat. Using a whisk, mix in pumpkin puree and brown sugar. Le it all heat up for about 30 seconds.

Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer by Brentlee Smith updated on August 19, 2020 August 19, 2020 Leave a Comment on Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer There’s nothing I love more than a crisp cool morning, sitting out on the front porch swing in my favorite pair of jeans holding a mug of strong hot coffee. Instant Pot Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer is a homemade pumpkin spice coffee creamer that is loaded with creamy and sweet flavor in every sip. There’s nothing artificial about this homemade pumpkin coffee creamer.

Made with real pumpkin puree, you can feel good about adding a splash to your coffee! Nothing compares to a steaming hot cup of coffee on cool mornings. Add some pumpkin coffee creamer and a side of apple cider donuts, and you literally have a fall dream come true.

HOW TO MAKE PUMPKIN SPICE COFFEE CREAMER? In a medium saucepan, toast up spices for 1 minute over medium heat. Using a whisk, mix in pumpkin puree and brown sugar.

Let it all heat up for about 30 seconds.

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2 In a large bowl, add pumpkin, baking soda, brown sugar, granulated sugar, pumpkin pie spice, cinnamon, and salt and mix until ingredients are fully combined.

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For the filling, place the pumpkin, evaporated milk, l cup sugar, remaining 3 eggs, and cinnamon in the same large mixing bowl used to prepare the batter and with the same beaters (no need to clean either), blend on low speed until combined, 30 seconds.

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In a separate bowl, combine the brown sugar, canned pumpkin, buttermilk, canola oil, maple syrup, vanilla extract, and eggs.

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To one cup of steamed and sifted pumpkin add one-fourth a cup of molasses, one-fourth a cup of sugar, one beaten egg, half a teaspoonful of salt, one-third a teaspoonful of ginger or cinnamon, and two-thirds a cup of rich creamy milk.

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Transfer to the blender and add the pumpkin, sugar, flour, arrowroot, pumpkin pie spice, and ginger.

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WHISK together the pumpkin puree, sugar, heavy cream, eggs, ginger, cinnamon, ¼ teaspoon salt, and ground cloves.

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• Combine the pumpkin, milk, brown sugar, eggs, cornstarch, cinnamon, vanilla, nutmeg, and salt in a large bowl.

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Blend in the pumpkin, brown sugar, cinnamon, salt, and cloves.

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  • Awesome! Love the natural ingredients that you are using for this recipe.
    Thanks again for a great recipe that I will be making soon!:D

  • Just found you guys because of Melisa and Ben over at Full House Homestead. Y’all are so fun, and I definitely can’t wait to try your creamer. I’m dreaming of fall too!��

  • Help Gemma,
    I love what you do, and have followed a few of your recipes that turned out well.
    I am hoping if you haven’t already, do a short clip on the basic tools needed in the kitchen. I need to replace some items and I would really like to use what you do.
    By no means an I a rich person so if you could keep it at reasonable price would be great.
    Thank you for all that you do.
    God Bless

  • Why do you have to simmer the first part of the ingredients is it to release the flavours of the spices or could you do it all from cold?

  • Can you make it less ingredients that people only have in their homes? Because i leave in Philippines and I don’t actually have this kind of ingredients really….

  • Hiya, Gemma! These look so simple and delicious! A question: could I freeze some of this after it’s made? I’m the only one in the house who would use this, and 500 ml is too much for just me. Also, I don’t want to use just half a can of condensed milk. Thank you!

  • I had used all of my vanilla beans when I made vanilla extract. So without any beans left, can I just double up on the vanilla extract when making vanilla coffee creamer?

  • I made it with half the spices and no sugar but used the pumkin pie filing instead because I could not find pumpkin pure yet. It was so good!

  • it’s basically Mixing Condense milk And dairy Milk Though
    Thanks
    Now i don’t need buy extra coffee creamer
    just Buy Milk and It’s All Done…:3

    Should i Really Putting Some Vanilla Or vanilla is just optional..???

  • Hi! Thanks for the recipe. I was wondering, I have only half and half creamer, can I just use 2 cups of that in the recipe? Sorry if these seems like “duh!” kind of question. I just want to be sure so I dont have to go buy heavy whipping cream. Thanks!

  • Love to try this recipe but is there any way I can cut back or omit condensed milk? Will the consistency of the creamer will change?

  • Jenn! I made this tonight. Home smelled wonderful and the taste is incredible. I processed pumpkin tonight so I froze some in small packets to enjoy other times or to share. Thank you so much! This is AMAZING! (Sandy)

  • Gemma I have a recipe request. Yesterday I had variety of ice creams in which two were cinnamon flavored and hazelnut flavored. I have seen your ice cream recipes and I do follow the same recipe. I would really appreciate if you could show us a recipe for cinnamon and hazelnut ice cream. I know we can use the same base and make it. But I would love to see your take on it.

  • I love this latte. PSL is the best for fall or for Halloween. Even when I comes to coffee, I try every flavored coffee and I start liking them. Sometimes i make my oown homemade coffee when the cold season arrives. for now, it is coming close and plus thanksgiving and halloween are just super close and i am excited.

  • Lazy gal’s pro tip: Get a venti Pumpkin Spice Frapuccino from Starbucks, let it melt then mix half and half with milk, reheat Voilà �� You can get like 4 PSLs out of it for the price of one ��

  • Help Gemma,
    I love what you do, and have followed a few of your recipes that turned out well.
    I am hoping if you haven’t already, do a short clip on the basic tools needed in the kitchen. I need to replace some items and I would really like to use what you do.
    By no means an I a rich person so if you could keep it at reasonable price would be great.
    Thank you for all that you do.
    God Bless

  • Thank you so much for making this I can’t find coffee creamer in any shop near me so a recipe to make my own is amazing can’t wait to try these

  • Thank-you for fixing the vanilla link. I have to say…. finally something pumpkin spiced that actually has pumpkin in it, I am definitely trying this one. Thank-you for sharing. AMB…Rose

  • This is a great combo of flavors! I wish I had seen this earlier because I’m sitting here drinking a big cup of coffee with store bought creamer in it… your pumpkin spice creamer would beat this store bought stuff hands down! I can’t wait to try it! Have a blessed week my dear friend!

  • I love the big smiles they bring me back to your channel. Thank you great recipe. Looking forward to more pumpkin recipes. LOVE FALL

  • Why do you have to simmer the first part of the ingredients is it to release the flavours of the spices or could you do it all from cold?

  • You’re welcome! The half and half should work fine and would be a little lower in calories then heavy whipping cream. I think it would be a great choice as a replacement for the cream. Thanks for watching.

  • Ok to cool. Have to finish watching. You guys….. Y’all are infectious. I’m subbing. Lol. Fall is my fav. Time as well. That’s even the eggnog ComEs around. Store bought.i need to try making my own for year round eggnogg. Lol

  • It is almost midnight: Do you have any idea what I am doing? Sterilizing jars…what on Earth for you may be saying. Today was the last day of summer. I am up making a double batch of Jen’s Pumpkin Spice concoction. Jen, this is all your fault. Sleep well. I, however, am up for the duration. P.S. The house smells divine!!! This should be against the law. ��

  • Yum. I am going to make some and bring it upstate to my daughter in college. She is a Pumpkin spice girl with her Birthday on Halloween

  • Oh, I love this recipe, Lynn! I have not seen this before, but I really like all of those flavors; they will be great in coffee!
    Take care,
    -Betty:)

  • Hey Rach! 
    Just made this recipe for myself and my boyfriend and we LOVE it!!!! We made pumpkin pie last night and saved some of the pumpkin puree for this! It made about 2 cups of the mixture and we did add some sugar into our mugs as well. Also, before brewing the coffee I added pumpkin spice to the ground coffee and it makes it that much more pumpkin-y and delicious!:) Thanks so much for the recipe!!
    Much love from Toronto!
    -Ariel

  • I couldnt find pumkin anywhere i had to get pumkin pie filling I think it will still work but I dont need as much spices:) i will try it and see how it goes.

  • @RachhLoves I just bought the ingredients to make it. Oh my gosh it tastes terrfic. The coffee I used is Starbucks house blend. It tastes similar to the pumpkin spice latte from Starbucks. Thank you for creating a wonderful recipe.

  • Hi Jenn, just made the pumpkin spice creamer. It is really fantastic! Waiting for morning to give my husband this wonderful fall coffee treat. He can’t drink coffee at night. Or he doesn’t sleep.:( Thank you so much for sharing. ☕��

  • Jenn! I made this tonight. Home smelled wonderful and the taste is incredible. I processed pumpkin tonight so I froze some in small packets to enjoy other times or to share. Thank you so much! This is AMAZING! (Sandy)

  • my mom won’t let me go to Starbucks because she says it’s a waste of money and I wanted to try this. It is AMAZING. I will be drinking this like everyday!!!!! Thank you soooo much!!!!!

  • I’m already drinking pumpkin spice coffee and my whole30 pumpkin spice creamer! Starbucks is so expensive! This recipe looks amazing!

  • Smells good, if my imagination serves me, yeah fall. My fave too, love the colors too. Love your smiles. Happy fall and good harvest.

  • Abbadons quick, on the go coffee creamer!
    (4 8 servings depending on how much creamer you like)

    Mix together 2 cups of heavy whipping cream and 1 & 1/2 cups 2% Fat Milk, Stir. then add 1 tablespoon vanilla extract and 1/3 cup sugar, mix well, and bam you have some simple and nice tasting coffee creamer

  • OHHHHHH I am going to have to try this.. Now do you know how to make Hazelnut Creamer.. LOL Thanks for sharing have a great weekend,,,:”) Shared in our FB Group Page Homestead Pantry Place..:”)

  • It may be good for a month and a half in the fridge, but it would never last that long in my house! Pumpkin Spice is my favorite flavor.

  • Hi dear Daisy, I am a fig fan of you and have subscribed your channel for years. I checkout your video everyday and watch every single one of them, and love you so much! I love beauty, makeup and blogging too, so recently I came up with a great idea that I want to have a coffee shop with beauty/makeup/blog theme. You really inspired me a lot with the idea, so I will call the coffee shop “Behind the Scenes Cafe”. I want to decorate the coffee shop like a makeup and dressing room and everyone comes to the cafe could try makeup products, try video and photo shooting experience, and also get latest news of popular youtube bloggers and channels. It is my dream to own a cozy and lovely coffee shop, and I will try my best to make my dream come true. So, here is a simple survey regarding my theme coffee shop, there are only 10 multiple choice questions that may cost you less than 3 minutes. Please help me do it and also share it if possible. It really means A LOT A LOT to me, and I really appreciate your patience and time so much!! XXOO from your big fan Sharyn. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3S8JKXV

  • Ya’ll are so cute! This sounds and looks delicious and I’m definitely going to make some:) I’m ready for fall too and just made a pumpkin pecan bread in my sun oven on my channel if you get a chance to watch it! Thanks for sharing your recipe. Judy( Arkansas)

  • SO funny I was looking for a recipe to make this because of all the stuff you can’t pronounce in my own coffee creamer! Then you came out with this! Thank you! I was going to ask you if you ever froze it? I buy some from the store and freeze theirs and thaw when I need. LOVE Your smiles xoxo

  • Here is the recipe written out for anyone that wants to use it… (Jenn let me know if I got it right or need to make any changes)
    Pumpkin Spice Creamer by Jenn Stivers

    1 ½ Cups Water

    1 ½ Cups Sugar

    4 Cinnamon Sticks

    1 tsp Ground Nutmeg

    ½ tsp Ginger

    ½ tsp Cloves

    3 Tbls Pumpkin Puree

    ½ Cup Half & Half

    Add water and sugar to a medium pot. Heat on medium high heat until sugar dissolves (do not boil).

    Add the cinnamon sticks and other spices and whisk to combine. Let cool for 10 – 15 minutes.

    Stir in the pumpkin puree, then keep on medium high heat for 15 minutes (do not boil).

    Then pour into a jar (using a strainer to keep out the sludge). Lastly, add the ½ & ½.

    Put on the lid and store in the refrigerator to use when you want.

    Remember to shake or stir before adding to your coffee to mix up the flavors!

    YUMMM!!!

  • It definitely felt like autumn early this mornin; I just soaked it in. It was just a tease though, I’m already sweatin up a storm, as I’m sure y’all are too. But fall IS coming! ���� And then…. Thanksgiving, my fav holiday. ����Now I shall go sweat some more while trying to think of pumpkin spice EVERYTHING, haha. ��

  • Liked your video even though I don’t drink coffee. Here is an idea for the leftover pumpkin purée. I feed it to my dogs a Tbsp or two in their food. It’s good for digestion and “moving things through”. My dogs love it!

  • LOVE THAT YOU TOOK THE TIME TO WRITE OUT YOUR YUMMY DELICIOUS RECIPE AND DIRECTIONS UNDERNEATH SO WE CAN HAVE Them FOR LATER FOR PEOPLE LIKE ME WHO CAN NOT COOK THANK YOU

  • Hi Gemma. One of your biggest fan here. Havent been here for a while because of a lot of stuff that is going on in my life. I am, however, so happy to see how much your channel has grown. Congratulations to you and Happy Happy New year. Wishing you all the very best for 2020. I cant have dairy so i am gonna have to make the dairy free version. hugs

  • I’m going to make several batches and give them as gifts for Christmas to my friends! Thanks so much for the recipe and keep up the great job on the video’s!

  • I’m already drinking pumpkin spice coffee and my whole30 pumpkin spice creamer! Starbucks is so expensive! This recipe looks amazing!

  • You guys are so cute.:) that looks delicious!! I think I would put that in a lot more than just coffee! Can you make a chai creamer too!

  • I’m going to make this for my girlfriend.
    I can’t have cinnamon, I like to breathe lol.
    Love and hugs to you and your family. May God bless you and your family

  • Thank you so much for this recipe I love everything pumpkin! Well not pumpkin spam but everything else LOL I didn’t have all the individual spices so I used pumpkin pie spice. Thanks again love your videos you guys are great!

  • I love the big smiles they bring me back to your channel. Thank you great recipe. Looking forward to more pumpkin recipes. LOVE FALL

  • Interesting how your brain will remember all over sudden that you used to buy such thing as bagged milk years ago…when I was a child in Europe we had bagged milk but now in Canada (west coast) I have not seen anything like that…just in a plastic or glass botte or “paper box” container.I am trying this recipe now!

  • PSLs over ice! I wish it was hot here still it’s 30 ( or +4����)almost every night here… sucks lol
    Jen I’m with you! Fall is awesome ����but Zac you’re right.. too bad it couldn’t go back to spring

  • This is torture! You guys are getting me excited for fall, meanwhile it was 124 degrees today in Lake Havasu, AZ. I will be making this though! ��

  • you should heat up the pumpkin with the spices and cream on the stove first, the heat will bring out the flavor of the spices better

  • To be fair, it says “pumpkin spice” and they do put the spice in the drink as well as on top so I wouldn’t say it’s a misleading name…

  • Looks so yummy! Do you guys sell the jars? I like how you can use them as a container as well. I looked on your website, but I only saw the hats.

  • Salam Gemma
    How r u dear!
    I m enjoying watching ur creamer triplets…
    These r awesome n I ll must gonna try it specially French Vanilla tasty buddy…
    This gives my coffee an extra kick…..wow
    So thank u.
    Stay blessed!

  • LOVE THAT YOU TOOK THE TIME TO WRITE OUT YOUR YUMMY DELICIOUS RECIPE AND DIRECTIONS UNDERNEATH SO WE CAN HAVE Them FOR LATER FOR PEOPLE LIKE ME WHO CAN NOT COOK THANK YOU

  • I love you guys! And pumpkin spice creamer look and sounds great. We love fall too! I hope Ronnie will try a flavored creamer, maybe the smell will get to him… I swear I could smell it when you were cooking it Jen, I have always had that weird ability to experience smell perception. Lord another gift would have worked for me! You two are amazing together or apart, but I love a loving attitude in a marriage, thanks for sharing. God bless you and I love �� you very much, Honey ��

  • I made it with half the spices and no sugar but used the pumkin pie filing instead because I could not find pumpkin pure yet. It was so good!

  • I love you guys! And pumpkin spice creamer look and sounds great. We love fall too! I hope Ronnie will try a flavored creamer, maybe the smell will get to him… I swear I could smell it when you were cooking it Jen, I have always had that weird ability to experience smell perception. Lord another gift would have worked for me! You two are amazing together or apart, but I love a loving attitude in a marriage, thanks for sharing. God bless you and I love �� you very much, Honey ��

  • Awesome! Love the natural ingredients that you are using for this recipe.
    Thanks again for a great recipe that I will be making soon!:D

  • That sounds amazing, especially when it has pumpkin and condense milk in one! I love pumpkin spice flavored lattes or coffee, so I have to try it myself. Thank you so much for sharing.:)

  • I love this combination of flavours for this time of the year Lynn. I have all the ingredients on hand so i think i ´m going to try it for my afternoon coffee. Have a wonderful monday!
    Patricia.

  • I’m not really fan of Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer but I’m going to be in Pittsburgh few month so I probably need it and I got every thing ))
    I made ricotta cheese cake but I didn’t really like it. Taste okay but not creamy like normal cheese cake,probably bake too long+ flour….

  • Does any know if you can freeze it once made only because I’d never use a whole tin of pumpkin suppose id just freeze the pumpkin right? Although making a big batch would be easier

  • That sounds amazing, especially when it has pumpkin and condense milk in one! I love pumpkin spice flavored lattes or coffee, so I have to try it myself. Thank you so much for sharing.:)

  • OMG! Love it! Can’t wait to try this recipe. By the way, I made your sausage muffins for breakfast this morning and it was a hit! I’ve frozen the leftovers and we have breakfast for the week! Thanks Lynn..

  • I have added pumpkin spice creamer to my pancake batter and to my French toast batter with the eggs instead of regular milk and it makes it really yummy

  • Oh, I love this recipe, Lynn! I have not seen this before, but I really like all of those flavors; they will be great in coffee!
    Take care,
    -Betty:)

  • Love it I’m making this and did you just add the blend to the cup of coffee and stir or did you just blend the coffee in with the mixture of pumpkin and stuff I need to know but seriously it looks so good I have made one but I’m making this one this time

  • It may be good for a month and a half in the fridge, but it would never last that long in my house! Pumpkin Spice is my favorite flavor.

  • I literally just made this, it’s AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My mom tried it and said I should be a Starbucks barista!! It was that good!!! Thank you!!!!!!!!!!

  • Just did this recipe and wow it’s great:) Definitely will become a staple as I love pumpkin and I usually have all the other ingredients on hand as well!

  • This is torture! You guys are getting me excited for fall, meanwhile it was 124 degrees today in Lake Havasu, AZ. I will be making this though! ��

  • Ya’ll are so cute! This sounds and looks delicious and I’m definitely going to make some:) I’m ready for fall too and just made a pumpkin pecan bread in my sun oven on my channel if you get a chance to watch it! Thanks for sharing your recipe. Judy( Arkansas)

  • You’re welcome! The half and half should work fine and would be a little lower in calories then heavy whipping cream. I think it would be a great choice as a replacement for the cream. Thanks for watching.

  • It makes perfect sense that there’s not pumpkin in it.
    It’s made on “pumpkin spice” not “pumpkin and spice”. It says right in the title, that there’s just pumpkin spice in it, lol.

    But love this recipe. I know from googling it, that there’s a lot of other nasty stuff in the Starbucks drink, so I’d like to make my own!

  • Lynn, that looks delicious! I don’t usually buy heavy whipping cream that often, but I currently have half-n-half that needs to be used. Do you think that would work instead of the heavy cream?  Thanks!  Diane

  • You put all the ingredients in the bottom but you didn’t put how much of each thing that we needed so I’ll have to go back and watch the video again and write it down I was just going to screenshoot cheater won’t work. By the way the stuff looks amazing and can’t wait to try it

  • This is a great combo of flavors! I wish I had seen this earlier because I’m sitting here drinking a big cup of coffee with store bought creamer in it… your pumpkin spice creamer would beat this store bought stuff hands down! I can’t wait to try it! Have a blessed week my dear friend!

  • OMG YES! Thank you! I live in Australia and don’t live near a starbucks, but I was in America last year during November and I couldn’t stop drinking it!

  • Lynn, that looks delicious! I don’t usually buy heavy whipping cream that often, but I currently have half-n-half that needs to be used. Do you think that would work instead of the heavy cream?  Thanks!  Diane

  • I thought you were Canadian! As soon as i saw the maple syrup and milk bag I knew haha, and of course then you said it. Thanks for the recipe, from your fellow Canadian:)

  • This is an amazing idea. Great job coming up with it. Me myself I hate to say I like my coffee without any flavors but this is a great idea for people who like flavored coffee’s. Might have also been a good idea to put the amounts next to each ingredient in the recipe above.

  • This is an amazing idea. Great job coming up with it. Me myself I hate to say I like my coffee without any flavors but this is a great idea for people who like flavored coffee’s. Might have also been a good idea to put the amounts next to each ingredient in the recipe above.

  • Hi Bold Bakers! Happy Thanksgiving to everyone in the States and happy NEW episode day to Bold Bakers around the world. Skip the store-bought versions and make your own Homemade Coffee Creamers here: http://bit.ly/DIYCoffeeCreamers

  • Hi Gemma. One of your biggest fan here. Havent been here for a while because of a lot of stuff that is going on in my life. I am, however, so happy to see how much your channel has grown. Congratulations to you and Happy Happy New year. Wishing you all the very best for 2020. I cant have dairy so i am gonna have to make the dairy free version. hugs

  • Oh my:D But who needs the milkmix with the Bailys.. Here in Norway, we use just the Bailys in warm coffee:D It’s soooooo yummey:D

  • Thank you so much for making this I can’t find coffee creamer in any shop near me so a recipe to make my own is amazing can’t wait to try these

  • I have added pumpkin spice creamer to my pancake batter and to my French toast batter with the eggs instead of regular milk and it makes it really yummy

  • Hiya, Gemma! These look so simple and delicious! A question: could I freeze some of this after it’s made? I’m the only one in the house who would use this, and 500 ml is too much for just me. Also, I don’t want to use just half a can of condensed milk. Thank you!

  • I had used all of my vanilla beans when I made vanilla extract. So without any beans left, can I just double up on the vanilla extract when making vanilla coffee creamer?

  • Very Nice Lynn, I love Coffee Creamers.
    I like French Vanilla and Irish Cream. I am
    always looking for new creamers to try…Thanks

  • Gemma, this looks like so much fun to make! I cannot wait to try it! And, I just love the bit with Kevin..you two are the cutest. I messaged you recently about me making your newly posted sugar cookies with your recipe for royal icing…they’re a HIT with everyone who’s tried them. My sister came over for a visit and said they’re the best sugar cookies she’s ever tasted. I appreciate all of your recipes, Gemma. You’ve turned me from someone who always baked from a box, to now only from scratch baking with ease. I’m always wondering, which one of Gemma’s recipes should I try next? Thank you so much for your channel, my favorite on YouTube!!

  • Can you make it less ingredients that people only have in their homes? Because i leave in Philippines and I don’t actually have this kind of ingredients really….

  • Love to try this recipe but is there any way I can cut back or omit condensed milk? Will the consistency of the creamer will change?

  • Hey Gemma! Love your recipes! �� I sent you some pictures of my Thanksgiving on Instagram, I hope that you see them! Hopefully I can share some of my recipes with you ❤️�� xoxoxo, A Bold Baker! ��

  • I went to Starbucks and tired the hot one, I didn’t really like it. I wanna give it another try, should I tried it iced or get the frappuccino?

  • I would put in about 1 1/2 cups of milk and more pumpkin. I feel like the drink is too light (for me) and it wouldn’t have a pumpkin flavor.

  • Hi Gemma, every time I watch one of your videos I get inspired and learn so much from your instructional tutorials. I love this coffee creamer tutorial because I �� coffee, and being a diabetic I thought flavored creamers would no longer be an option for me. I will use the Lakanto * I use this as my sweetener of choice, Today, I will make the pumpkin spice latte since have lots of puree left over and enjoy “a hug for my soul” treat. Thank you for your cheery, informative and amazing videos. Cheers

  • Oh my:D But who needs the milkmix with the Bailys.. Here in Norway, we use just the Bailys in warm coffee:D It’s soooooo yummey:D

  • Lawd, I’m so chuffed you put these recipes out because I’m allergic to artificial creamers but love the taste of creamers. You’re officially my Xmas angel!

  • Thank-you for fixing the vanilla link. I have to say…. finally something pumpkin spiced that actually has pumpkin in it, I am definitely trying this one. Thank-you for sharing. AMB…Rose

  • Salam Gemma
    How r u dear!
    I m enjoying watching ur creamer triplets…
    These r awesome n I ll must gonna try it specially French Vanilla tasty buddy…
    This gives my coffee an extra kick…..wow
    So thank u.
    Stay blessed!

  • I made this and it was lovely it wasnt too sweet and I didn’t heat it up either and it was fine it didnt last long enough to know how long it would last if left in the fridge lol

  • Lawd, I’m so chuffed you put these recipes out because I’m allergic to artificial creamers but love the taste of creamers. You’re officially my Xmas angel!

  • Gonna have to try this for sure!! Fall is my absolute favorite time of the year and I love everything pumpkin spice everything!! We are truly enjoying your channel!!

  • Ok to cool. Have to finish watching. You guys….. Y’all are infectious. I’m subbing. Lol. Fall is my fav. Time as well. That’s even the eggnog ComEs around. Store bought.i need to try making my own for year round eggnogg. Lol

  • It is almost midnight: Do you have any idea what I am doing? Sterilizing jars…what on Earth for you may be saying. Today was the last day of summer. I am up making a double batch of Jen’s Pumpkin Spice concoction. Jen, this is all your fault. Sleep well. I, however, am up for the duration. P.S. The house smells divine!!! This should be against the law. ��

  • I’m going to make several batches and give them as gifts for Christmas to my friends! Thanks so much for the recipe and keep up the great job on the video’s!

  • Yum. I am going to make some and bring it upstate to my daughter in college. She is a Pumpkin spice girl with her Birthday on Halloween

  • Gemma, this looks like so much fun to make! I cannot wait to try it! And, I just love the bit with Kevin..you two are the cutest. I messaged you recently about me making your newly posted sugar cookies with your recipe for royal icing…they’re a HIT with everyone who’s tried them. My sister came over for a visit and said they’re the best sugar cookies she’s ever tasted. I appreciate all of your recipes, Gemma. You’ve turned me from someone who always baked from a box, to now only from scratch baking with ease. I’m always wondering, which one of Gemma’s recipes should I try next? Thank you so much for your channel, my favorite on YouTube!!

  • Very Nice Lynn, I love Coffee Creamers.
    I like French Vanilla and Irish Cream. I am
    always looking for new creamers to try…Thanks

  • The PSL was so good! I made it with maple syrup instead of sugar, a mixture of spices instead of pumpkin spice, and I unfortunately had to omit the whipped cream since we didn’t have any. It still was really good! Definitely worth keeping canned pumpkin on hand for this!

  • Hi Jenn, just made the pumpkin spice creamer. It is really fantastic! Waiting for morning to give my husband this wonderful fall coffee treat. He can’t drink coffee at night. Or he doesn’t sleep.:( Thank you so much for sharing. ☕��

  • You guys are so cute.:) that looks delicious!! I think I would put that in a lot more than just coffee! Can you make a chai creamer too!

  • Haha pumpkin SPICE doesn’t have to have pumpkin in in! It’s the SPICE’S you’d use in pumpkin pie and stuff!:) but I love pumpkin everything, especially PSL:):)

  • you cuties:) Love your smiles and your garden looks so nice! I adore pumpkin spice creamer too (can’t wait for fall!) & no weird after taste or fake ingredients if you make it! ps (when they’re ripe, cut fresh pumpkins with skin on into 1/4s and bake for 1.5 hours low temp (300+) and it will scoop right out or the skin peels right off easily no boiling necessary & blend with your cream/milk til smooth consistancy)…now when you gonna make it with goat’s milk?:)

  • Thank you so much for this recipe I love everything pumpkin! Well not pumpkin spam but everything else LOL I didn’t have all the individual spices so I used pumpkin pie spice. Thanks again love your videos you guys are great!

  • Nooooooo that’s not what it is LOL. It’s so much more than just coffee and creamer. The espresso has to be made the right way with the creamer added. Either way, I’m making this for sure!

  • OHHHHHH I am going to have to try this.. Now do you know how to make Hazelnut Creamer.. LOL Thanks for sharing have a great weekend,,,:”) Shared in our FB Group Page Homestead Pantry Place..:”)

  • Nooooooo that’s not what it is LOL. It’s so much more than just coffee and creamer. The espresso has to be made the right way with the creamer added. Either way, I’m making this for sure!

  • Hi! Thanks for the recipe. I was wondering, I have only half and half creamer, can I just use 2 cups of that in the recipe? Sorry if these seems like “duh!” kind of question. I just want to be sure so I dont have to go buy heavy whipping cream. Thanks!

  • I absolutely love Starbuck’s Pumpkin Spice Lattes but hate that they are only available in the fall. Now I can enjoy the taste of my favorite latte all year.

  • Hey Gemma! Love your recipes! �� I sent you some pictures of my Thanksgiving on Instagram, I hope that you see them! Hopefully I can share some of my recipes with you ❤️�� xoxoxo, A Bold Baker! ��

  • Here is the recipe written out for anyone that wants to use it… (Jenn let me know if I got it right or need to make any changes)
    Pumpkin Spice Creamer by Jenn Stivers

    1 ½ Cups Water

    1 ½ Cups Sugar

    4 Cinnamon Sticks

    1 tsp Ground Nutmeg

    ½ tsp Ginger

    ½ tsp Cloves

    3 Tbls Pumpkin Puree

    ½ Cup Half & Half

    Add water and sugar to a medium pot. Heat on medium high heat until sugar dissolves (do not boil).

    Add the cinnamon sticks and other spices and whisk to combine. Let cool for 10 – 15 minutes.

    Stir in the pumpkin puree, then keep on medium high heat for 15 minutes (do not boil).

    Then pour into a jar (using a strainer to keep out the sludge). Lastly, add the ½ & ½.

    Put on the lid and store in the refrigerator to use when you want.

    Remember to shake or stir before adding to your coffee to mix up the flavors!

    YUMMM!!!

  • It definitely felt like autumn early this mornin; I just soaked it in. It was just a tease though, I’m already sweatin up a storm, as I’m sure y’all are too. But fall IS coming! ���� And then…. Thanksgiving, my fav holiday. ����Now I shall go sweat some more while trying to think of pumpkin spice EVERYTHING, haha. ��

  • you cuties:) Love your smiles and your garden looks so nice! I adore pumpkin spice creamer too (can’t wait for fall!) & no weird after taste or fake ingredients if you make it! ps (when they’re ripe, cut fresh pumpkins with skin on into 1/4s and bake for 1.5 hours low temp (300+) and it will scoop right out or the skin peels right off easily no boiling necessary & blend with your cream/milk til smooth consistancy)…now when you gonna make it with goat’s milk?:)

  • You put all the ingredients in the bottom but you didn’t put how much of each thing that we needed so I’ll have to go back and watch the video again and write it down I was just going to screenshoot cheater won’t work. By the way the stuff looks amazing and can’t wait to try it

  • Just found you guys because of Melisa and Ben over at Full House Homestead. Y’all are so fun, and I definitely can’t wait to try your creamer. I’m dreaming of fall too!��

  • Why doesn’t the milk go everywhere if it’s in a bag? Do you just cut the corner off? Why doesn’t it spill everywhere? Im so amazed and curious oh my goodness haha

  • Liked your video even though I don’t drink coffee. Here is an idea for the leftover pumpkin purée. I feed it to my dogs a Tbsp or two in their food. It’s good for digestion and “moving things through”. My dogs love it!

  • SO funny I was looking for a recipe to make this because of all the stuff you can’t pronounce in my own coffee creamer! Then you came out with this! Thank you! I was going to ask you if you ever froze it? I buy some from the store and freeze theirs and thaw when I need. LOVE Your smiles xoxo

  • I’m going to make this for my girlfriend.
    I can’t have cinnamon, I like to breathe lol.
    Love and hugs to you and your family. May God bless you and your family

  • Smells good, if my imagination serves me, yeah fall. My fave too, love the colors too. Love your smiles. Happy fall and good harvest.

  • I made this and it was lovely it wasnt too sweet and I didn’t heat it up either and it was fine it didnt last long enough to know how long it would last if left in the fridge lol

  • The Starbucks PSL does have pumpkin in it, I work there. It has pumpkin flavored syrup in it (just like the other flavored latté’s) and pumpkin spice powder sprinkled on top

  • PSLs over ice! I wish it was hot here still it’s 30 ( or +4����)almost every night here… sucks lol
    Jen I’m with you! Fall is awesome ����but Zac you’re right.. too bad it couldn’t go back to spring

  • I actually tried it and you cant taste anything but milk and a little spice. Nothing AT ALL like the kind you buy. Doesnt taste like anything. Dont waste your money.

  • you should heat up the pumpkin with the spices and cream on the stove first, the heat will bring out the flavor of the spices better

  • Does any know if you can freeze it once made only because I’d never use a whole tin of pumpkin suppose id just freeze the pumpkin right? Although making a big batch would be easier

  • Looks so yummy! Do you guys sell the jars? I like how you can use them as a container as well. I looked on your website, but I only saw the hats.

  • DID YOU JUST SAY EXPRESSO. NO. ITS ESPRESSO ARHGGGGHGHGHGH WHY DO PEOPLE KEEP MAKING THIS MISTAKE OMG FUCK MY LIFE DIES NO KWEEEEEN NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

  • Hi Bold Bakers! Happy Thanksgiving to everyone in the States and happy NEW episode day to Bold Bakers around the world. Skip the store-bought versions and make your own Homemade Coffee Creamers here: http://bit.ly/DIYCoffeeCreamers

  • it’s basically Mixing Condense milk And dairy Milk Though
    Thanks
    Now i don’t need buy extra coffee creamer
    just Buy Milk and It’s All Done…:3

    Should i Really Putting Some Vanilla Or vanilla is just optional..???

  • Gonna have to try this for sure!! Fall is my absolute favorite time of the year and I love everything pumpkin spice everything!! We are truly enjoying your channel!!

  • OMG Rachel! I am from Dubai and they almost never present such flavors in our Starbucks but this year they did! I am a sucker for flavored almost anything and this one took my heart from the first sip and to see that you have put out the recipe of even a BETTER version of it just made my day!
    Thank you so much:*

  • I’m not really fan of Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer but I’m going to be in Pittsburgh few month so I probably need it and I got every thing ))
    I made ricotta cheese cake but I didn’t really like it. Taste okay but not creamy like normal cheese cake,probably bake too long+ flour….

  • Abbadons quick, on the go coffee creamer!
    (4 8 servings depending on how much creamer you like)

    Mix together 2 cups of heavy whipping cream and 1 & 1/2 cups 2% Fat Milk, Stir. then add 1 tablespoon vanilla extract and 1/3 cup sugar, mix well, and bam you have some simple and nice tasting coffee creamer

  • The pumpkin spice latte has no pumpkin in it because it is a pumpkin SPICE latte meaning there is no pumpkin but the spices they use in pumpkin pie

  • I am literally obsessed with this video. I love how friendly you are! I feel like I’m in the kitchen with you! I actually laughed out loud at the first pumpkin part. I work at Starbucks and I feel like I’m cheating on them by watching this… can’t wait to make your recipe and compare:)

  • I absolutely love Starbuck’s Pumpkin Spice Lattes but hate that they are only available in the fall. Now I can enjoy the taste of my favorite latte all year.

  • I actually tried it and you cant taste anything but milk and a little spice. Nothing AT ALL like the kind you buy. Doesnt taste like anything. Dont waste your money.

  • OMG! Love it! Can’t wait to try this recipe. By the way, I made your sausage muffins for breakfast this morning and it was a hit! I’ve frozen the leftovers and we have breakfast for the week! Thanks Lynn..

  • I couldnt find pumkin anywhere i had to get pumkin pie filling I think it will still work but I dont need as much spices:) i will try it and see how it goes.

  • luckychicav
    I live close to a store where grains, seeds and spices are sold in bulk so it’s even less expensive when you buy what you need and not spice jars. I will give my sister the recipe, I too like my coffee plain. Oh but DO LOVE ❤️ when the smell of fall is in the air and winter is close! �� Thank you for the recipe!

  • Actually, I believe if you go on the website around when they first release it, the date this year is September 8th, you can go on the Starbucks website and probably order it with a pump from there. It lasts a long time refrigerated and it’s probably easier, but do what you do:) this is awesome

  • A little feedback the background music was slightly too loud, and I couldn’t really focus on what you were saying (this is the first video of yours where I’ve noticed that, actually). But I loved the recipes like always, Gemma!

  • Thanks for the great recipes and I understood what you were saying so I am not bothered by it, and stay daily blessed and thanks for sharing. Good job ��������

  • Just made it. I put 3 T. Of pumpkin puree and 2 shots of espresso. I think it’s still too much milk, can barely taste the pumpkin and coffee. If you use espresso I recommend putting 4 T. Canned pumpkin, 2 T. Sugar and 4 shots of espresso. The taste becomes more Starbuck’ish that way.

  • See, I grew up in Seattle, so the Fall season here is amazing!:) I don’t think it would feel the same if I lived in LA… lol I will definitely have to try out your recipe though! looks easy and delicious!!:) I am obsessed with anything pumpkin flavored this time of year:) I even buy the Pumpkin spice coffee creamer to put in my coffee in the mornings:)

  • I love this combination of flavours for this time of the year Lynn. I have all the ingredients on hand so i think i ´m going to try it for my afternoon coffee. Have a wonderful monday!
    Patricia.

  • Gemma I have a recipe request. Yesterday I had variety of ice creams in which two were cinnamon flavored and hazelnut flavored. I have seen your ice cream recipes and I do follow the same recipe. I would really appreciate if you could show us a recipe for cinnamon and hazelnut ice cream. I know we can use the same base and make it. But I would love to see your take on it.

  • Hi Gemma, every time I watch one of your videos I get inspired and learn so much from your instructional tutorials. I love this coffee creamer tutorial because I �� coffee, and being a diabetic I thought flavored creamers would no longer be an option for me. I will use the Lakanto * I use this as my sweetener of choice, Today, I will make the pumpkin spice latte since have lots of puree left over and enjoy “a hug for my soul” treat. Thank you for your cheery, informative and amazing videos. Cheers

  • It’s back in 7 days:) haha I’m a barista at Starbucks and totally appreciate when people say PSL:) only baristas or people that go to Starbucks a lot understand.

  • A little feedback the background music was slightly too loud, and I couldn’t really focus on what you were saying (this is the first video of yours where I’ve noticed that, actually). But I loved the recipes like always, Gemma!

  • luckychicav
    I live close to a store where grains, seeds and spices are sold in bulk so it’s even less expensive when you buy what you need and not spice jars. I will give my sister the recipe, I too like my coffee plain. Oh but DO LOVE ❤️ when the smell of fall is in the air and winter is close! �� Thank you for the recipe!

  • I love the holidays because there’s so much food and family gatherings all the time. I would like to make this because I love pumpkin spice lattes but I’m totally staying away from all things desserts ^_^ The worst thing is realizing it’s almost Spring and you’re body is out of shape. I’ll be in the gym maintaining my body during winter so this time around clothes will fit!