Pumpkin Iced Coffee is the ultimate refreshing and cozy drink for fall! Made with healthier homemade pumpkin pie syrup, cream, and dark roast cold brew coffee, this is one fall coffee drink recipe you’ll be making on repeat. Bonus: You get a homemade pumpkin pie syrup recipe included. You will be enjoying this fun fall drink all season long! Like the famous PSL, but better!
Pumpkin Iced Coffee is similar to Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew from Starbucks, but it's a healthier version that you can make at home which saves you time and money. This Iced Pumpkin Spice Coffee Starbucks Knockoff is just as creamy as the original but has a fun pumpkin plot twist.
This pumpkin spice latte recipe was inspired by my love and adoration of Halloween and all things coffee and pumpkin. This epic cold brew coffee is super easy to make and tastes like pumpkin pie. You can find my other famous coffee recipes like my Mint Iced Coffee Cold Brew and my hot coffee Pumpkin Spice recipe for more delicious coffee treats. Here is another delicious Easy Toasted S'mores Coffee recipe that's perfect for enjoying by the campfire.
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🎃 Iced Pumpkin Spice Latte Ingredients
What you'll need for Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew:
This recipe has two parts but is super simple to make in your kitchen. You'll make your Pumpkin Pie Syrup while your coffee is brewing. It's super easy, so let's get to it.
🎃 Ingredients for Homemade Pumpkin Pie Syrup:
- Maple syrup (use a high-quality grade one)
- Pumpkin Puree
- Pumpkin spice
🎃 Ingredients For the Pumpkin Iced Coffee:
- Cold brew coffee or make coffee using a Keurig or drip coffee machine and let it cool in the fridge for at least an hour.
- Heavy Cream or any milk or oat milk of choice
- Pumpkin spice for topping
See full recipe card below for quantities.
Why is pumpkin so good for you?
Pumpkin Iced Coffee is the perfect drink to welcome in all things fall. Made with organic pumpkin puree, maple syrup, pumpkin spice, cinnamon, cream, and cold brew, there is nothing artificial in this delectable fall drink.
🎃 Making this pumpkin spice iced coffee
First, let's make our Homemade Pumpkin Syrup. This syrup can also be used for pumpkin pancakes, Pumpkin French Toast, as well as spread on bread and muffins. This is a gem of a pumpkin recipe that be used for so many things.
Step 1: Add maple syrup, molasses, pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, and cinnamon to a saucepan over medium heat and stir until well combined.
Step 2: Add the syrup to a saucepan and bring to a boil and simmer over low heat for 10-minutes. Continue stirring to help thicken the syrup.
Step 3: Remove from heat and let the syrup stand for 5-minutes before serving.
Step 4: Use frozen glasses or fill each glass with lots of ice
🎃 Pro Tip For Keeping Iced Coffee Cold
Pop your glasses into the freezer before adding in the ice. This helps keep your iced coffee colder longer!
I don’t know about you, but I like my ice coffee strong and cold. Like really cold. For this pumpkin pie cold brew, I stored my glasses in the freezer to freeze them up a bit. If you don’t do this trick, you don’t have to add ice which tends to water down the cold brew.
Step 5: Add 1-part ice-cold brew to each glass. Add part of the heavy cream to each glass. Add more cold brew to each glass. (This helps create those yummy cold brew coffee layers.)
Step 6: Drizzle the pumpkin pie syrup to each glass and lightly stir the top portion of the cold brew.
Top with pumpkin spice and enjoy!
🎃 Reasons To Love This Pumpkin Spice Coffee Recipe
Pumpkin has so many wonderful benefits for your body. It’s chock-full of fiber, it’s rich in vitamins and minerals like zinc, Vitamin A, Lutein, and Zeaxanthin, it can help reduce chronic disease, pumpkin is a natural immunity booster, and is a digestive aid. Pumpkin is also wonderful to add to your dog’s and cats’ food.
Pumpkin coffee cream cold foam is the perfect, cool, drink for this Indian summer and just as good as a pumpkin spice latte coffee drinks from Starbucks.
This Pumpkin Iced coffee starbucks copycat for the win!
For the pumpkin spice creamer, you can make some homemade heavy whipping whipped cream and add some pumpkin spice to really turn this fall coffee recipe up a notch. This makes the best coffee creamer!
Or make this a frozen pumpkin spice latte recipe by adding everything to a blender.
🎃 Iced Pumpkin Spice Coffee Starbucks Knockoff
You can use cold brew concentrate for this recipe. Pick up a good, strong brew from the grocery store or make your own.
You can also swap out the heavy cream for almond milk and make this pumpkin spice iced coffee cold brew recipe dairy free.
The Starbucks pumpkin cream cold brew is my favorite drink for all, but it's got way too much sugar in it. My version iced coffee recipe iced coffee pumpkin uses less sugar but still tastes just as delicious.
Want a delicious hot pumpkin coffee recipe?
I’m ready for all of the Halloween decorations, cozy blankets, Autumn runs over crisp leaves on the trail, and lots of pumpkin pie cold brew.
Pumpkin Pie Cold Brew
- 1- cup maple syrup use a high-quality grade
- ½- cup organic molasses
- 1- can organic pumpkin puree
- 1- tablespoon pumpkin spice
- 1- teaspoon cinnamon
- 48- ounces cold brew coffee
- ¼- cup heavy cream or milk of choice
- ¼- cup pumpkin pie syrup
- Ice optional
- Pumpkin spice for topping
- Add maple syrup, molasses, pumpkin puree, pumpkin spice, and cinnamon to a saucepan over medium heat and stir until well combined.
- Bring to a boil and simmer over low heat for 10-minutes. Continue stirring to help thicken the syrup.
- Remove from heat and let the syrup stand for 5-minutes before serving.
- Use frozen glasses or fill each glass with lots of ice
- Add 1-part ice-cold brew to each glass.
- Add part of the heavy cream to each glass.
- Add more cold brew to each glass. (This helps create those yummy cold brew coffee layers.)
- Drizzle the pumpkin pie syrup to each glass and lightly stir the top portion of the cold brew.
- Top with pumpkin spice and enjoy!