What could possibly scream autumn more than a piping hot pumpkin spice latte? Also, America runs on coffee, so why not make it healthy?
While I love trying out various coffee shops’ version of the pumpkin spice latte, my stomach does not tolerate the cow’s milk well, and alternative “milks” (like hemp, coconut, or almond) do not provide the same creaminess that I long for. That is why this homemade (and money saving!) version includes easy-to-digest goat milk cream from our cream flakes!
This recipe is easy to make and adjust to your individual tastes. Some may prefer more maple syrup or want to try sugar as a sweetener, while others may choose more spice. This is less sweet than a typical coffee shop version, but, health-wise, less sugar is a good thing! Try it out for yourself and adjust it as you see fit. All you will need to do is add all your selected ingredients in a blender or use an immersion blender. Then thoroughly blend the ingredients together.
The pinch of salt may seem unconventional, but a little salt is often said to enhance the sweetness and flavor in desserts. Also it is said to decrease the taste buds’ view of bitterness, so I decided to try it. A real, unrefined salt like Himalayan salt or Celtic sea salt also provides a natural source of a plethora of minerals and brings some extra electrolytes. You can try some Capra Mineral Whey or Clean Electrolytes, instead of Cream Flakes, to be blended in.