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Pumpkin Spice Frozen Coffee Drink Recipe

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Pumpkin spices are heartwarming and comforting, the very essence of fall. And when you make yourself a frozen coffee with them, it tastes like fallen leaves, isn’t that wonderful? 

It’s amazing how a combination of spices, which originate in all corners of the earth, by the way, makes us feel at home suddenly. That’s what pumpkin pie spices do.

So, let’s use these spices to give personality to a refreshing and caffeinated drink, shall we? After all, that’s what spices are for; they add vibrancy to our food and beverages. This is how our pumpkin spice frozen coffee begins.

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What goes into a pumpkin spice frozen coffee?

Let’s break this recipe down and let’s start with coffee. I know, now all pumpkin spice drinks are caffeinated, but this one is. It is a frozen coffee, am I right? So, we’re using a shot of espresso to get the most flavor with the least liquid possible.

We’re also using heavy cream for this one; it will give the frozen coffee the most unctuous taste. Remember that we’re blending all the ingredients with ice, so we’re expecting some dilution.

Then we have the sweetener, and for me, pumpkin spices are perfect with caramel sauce, and together with vanilla, we’ll end up with a festive seasonal drink.

What to serve with a pumpkin spice frozen coffee drink?

I like to go for the classics when talking about seasonal drinks, mainly those involving pumpkin spice. A slice of pumpkin pie will genuinely shine with the drink we’re making today. Pecan pie is also glorious.

And why not pair this sweet drink with a cinnamon-dusted donut or a cinnamon roll? After all, cinnamon and pumpkin were born to be enjoyed together. The sky’s the limit here, just go seasonal, and you’ll find the perfect pairing.

Talking about perfect pairings, Vanilla ice cream is simply compatible with any creamy drink, especially a pumpkin spice frozen coffee. And it will refresh you even more — if you were thinking of making this for an outdoor party, iced coffee and ice cream will work nicely.

How to Make It

  • Prep Time5 min
  • Total Time5 min
  • Serving Size1
  • Energy577 cal




Brew the espresso and cool it down to room temperature in an ice bath.


In a blender, add the ice, espresso, heavy cream, pumpkin spice, vanilla and caramel sauce. Blend until smooth.


Pour in a glass and garnish with the whipped cream and pumpkin spices.

  • Nutrition Facts

  • Serving Size1
  • Amount per serving
  • Calories577
  • % Daily Value*Standard DV
  • Total Fat52 g78 g66.67%
  • Saturated Fat32.3 g20 g161.5%
  • Cholesterol189 mg300 mg63%
  • Sodium163 mg2300 mg7.09%
  • Total Carbohydrate26.9 g275 g9.78%
  • Dietary Fiber1.1 g28 g3.93%
  • Total Sugars0.9 g
  • Protein3.8 g50 g7.6%
  • Calcium149 mg1300 mg11.46%
  • Iron1 mg18 mg5.56%
  • Potassium243 mg4700 mg5.17%
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