Homemade Spiced Pumpkin Creamer

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Homemade Spiced Pumpkin Coffee Creamer!!!

“Saaay what?” Yes. If this makes your heart skip a beat and bring hearts to your eyes then I have the perfect recipe to share with you.

This is from my Better Homes and Garden 100 Best Pumpkin Recipes magazine I bought about two months ago.

Last week Sophia and I met up with my friend Paula and her daughter Emma for a day in downtown Pittsburgh. I thought this would be a perfect opportunity to whip up some Spiced Pumpkin Coffee Creamer, since Paula is a Spiced Pumpkin fan.

What You Need:                          Yield: 1 Pint

2 Cups Heavy Cream (alternatives: Half and Half ,dairy or nondairy milk)

1-14oz can Sweetened Condensed Milk

3 Tbsp. Canned Pumpkin

1 tsp. Pumpkin Pie Spice

1 tsp. Vanilla              

What To Do:

1. Put all your ingredients in a bowl and mix really well.

2. Put mixture in a Pint container and refrigerate.

3. Shake really well before you use any in your coffee creamer.

**This coffee creamer will last up to two weeks refrigerated. When I made this recipe I doubled it, so if you plan on making a bunch double to recipe.**

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I used this coffee creamer in my morning coffee everyday since I made it. It is sweet without being overly sweet, and I love how I can taste all the spices that were used.

It is definitely worth a try!

Hey..I may have saved you from stopping at your local Starbucks every morning and probably a few calories!

Let me know if you try it!

Remember you can always follow me on Instagram, Twitter or Snapchat at Sarah_BellaLife!

I hope you have a fantastic weekend!

 

 

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