Pumpkin Infused Milk (DIY Pumpkin Creamer)

There’s no shame in my pumpkin spice latte game. I love pumpkin everything…but I recently went to Starbucks to get my pumpkin cold foam drink and was weirded out by how fake it tasted. I used to drink those all the time, so maybe Starbucks changed their recipe, but something tasted off. So, I decided to make my own infused milk. And WOWWWW okay this actually tastes like a pumpkin pie in milk form. Use any milk that you want, any sweetener that you want and either whole mulling spices or ground spices. Get a fine mesh strainer and a cheese cloth and you are good to go!

I used plain pumpkin purée from Costco (yes, I buy my pumpkin in bulk.) I got my strainer and cheese clothes on Amazon. Also, this should last 1-2 weeks in the fridge. Or freeze up to 3 months.

Here’s a lil video tutorial below (which Good Morning America posted too because even they know the world needs to know this recipe.) Ok, enjoy!

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Ingredients

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2 1/2tsp pumpkin spice
4cups milk of your choice
3/4cup plain pumpkin purée
3tbsp maple syrup (or another sweetener of your choice

Directions

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Combine over low heat. Whisk together until smooth Simmer for 20 minutes (avoiding bubbling and boiling) until incorporated. Stir every few minutes. Strain out excess purée and pumpkin bits with a sieve. Pour into jars and allow them to come to room temperature, then refrigerate.
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