Crockpot Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe {Autumn Favorites}

We are getting into the swing of October with my second Fall favorite recipe! Yesterday I featured a yummy Pumpkin Cream Cheese Bread and today I will be sharing Crockpot Pumpkin Spice Latte! Get new Autumn recipes, decorating tips, dinners, and more during Autumn Favorites!

As soon as Fall hits, the first thing we have to do is head to Starbucks for a pumpkin spice latte. It’s a must on our Autumn schedule. But at $4.50 a cup, this can become an expensive treat! So I decided to make a pumpkin spice latte at home! No more need for Starbucks :) Best of all? Throw the ingredients in your crockpot and come home later to some delicious lattes.

 

This is a great drink to make for a large party! We love pumpkin and can’t get enough of it. Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. Anastasia says:

    8 Tablespoons of vanilla is 1/2 Cup. Is that right? Half a cup of vanilla extract? That would be super expensive!

    • You can of course cut back on the vanilla. We like it nice and sweet :) But you can scale down the vanilla. Also I get a huge bottle of pure vanilla extract from Costco for like $6 or $7…it lasts me forever!! :)

  2. Wow, I’ll have to give that a try. However, think I’ll try that with a really small crockpot. Its just me and my hubby now, so a small batch will be fine. I would cut the sugar in 1/2 (I do that in every recipe) and no one notices, or could might try stevia.

  3. This looks so delicious! I love the tastes of pumpkin anything! I just found you from WLW and love your blog.

  4. I want to make this but I’ll be the only one drinking it as hubby doesn’t care for pumpkin like I care for pumpkin so after it’s ‘cooked’ can I store leftovers in the fridge and rewarm as needed?

  5. Can I say how happy I am that you linked this up at Frugal Thursday Rewind? I have been complaining about the lack of coffee places between my house and the soccer field (yes, I know they’re only a mile apart in a residential area). Now I can make my pumpkin spice latte and bring it with me, even share it with the other moms. Woohoo!

  6. I’ve always wanted to try this in the crock pot, but I’m the only one in my house who drinks coffee, so I haven’t wanted to make a big batch. Since you say you keep it in the fridge, I think I’m going to try it!

  7. I’m loving this fall series! I still have pumpkin to use up from last year, so I think we’re really going to load up on the pumpkin yummies this season.

  8. Yowza, does that sound good and rich!! I am going to hang onto that one for my ladies small group!

  9. erin dubroc says:

    how many servings does this recipe provide?

    • Hm…you know…I’m not sure! I guess it would depend on how big the cups were. When I made it just my hubby and I were drinking it. So we would each drink a cup and out the leftovers in the fridge. I’m guessing it probably makes 6-8 servings!

  10. I cannot wait to try this. I love pumpkin spice lattes too, but my wallet doesn’t like the price! Looks so yummy. And perfect for Christmas morning, in my humble opinion!

  11. This looks so yummy! The only problem is, here across the Atlantic we don’t have pumpkin puree! Is there any substitute that would work do you think?

  12. Do you think that soy milk would work? Dairy doesn’t work out so well for myself…

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