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Make Your Own Pumpkin Spice Latte

Make Your Own PSL At Home!!If you’re like us – you kind of enjoy a pumpkin spice latte now and then – but you either can’t stand spending so much money on it or simply dread all the calories. Nancy Fox of Skinny Kitchen has a delicious skinny remake of the PSL and we’ve got it right here for you!

Starbucks delicious Pumpkin Spice Latte is back is so is my skinny remake! My version tastes pretty darn good. It’s smooth, sweet-yet-spicy flavor is the perfect treat, this time of year. No fancy equipment needed, either. If you’ve got a blender or wire whisk you can whip up this dreamy, hot drink.

The skinny for one serving of latte: 69 calories, 1g fat and 3 Weight Watchers SmartPoints. This includes light whipped cream. Leave off the whipped cream and it’s 2 SmartPoints. Make a steaming cup, sit back and enjoy!

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Ingredients for Pumpkin Spice Latte:

½ cup fat-free milk

½ tablespoon canned pumpkin, see storage tip

1 package sugar substitute, such as Stevia or Splenda or 1½ teaspoon sugar, if desired

½ teaspoons vanilla extract

¼ teaspoon pumpkin pie spice, plus more to garnish

½ cup of strong brewed hot coffee

Ingredients for Topping:

2 tablespoons light whipped cream

Dash of pumpkin pie spice or cinnamon


1. In a saucepan, whisk together milk, pumpkin, sugar substitute and cook on medium heat, stirring until steaming. Remove from heat, stir in vanilla and pumpkin pie spice. Transfer to a blender and process for 15 seconds until foamy. If you don’t have a blender, don’t worry about it. Just whisk the mixture continuously with a wire whisk until foamy.

2. Pour into a large mug. Add the hot coffee on top. Top with whipped cream and sprinkle with a little pumpkin pie spice or cinnamon on top.

3. Drink immediately.

Makes one delicious serving!

Food Facts

Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte is super popular this time of year. It’s the company’s most popular seasonal beverage of all time, having sold more than 200 million beverages since it was first introduced in 2003.

Storage Tip

Transfer canned pumpkin from an opened can into a refrigerator-safe container that is not made of metal. Seal the container tightly either with its own lid or with plastic wrap. Store the container in the refrigerator. Use within five days. Discard any remaining leftover canned pumpkin after five days in the refrigerator.

You can also freeze leftover canned pumpkin.

Here are a few tips to help you avoid freezer burn: Use zip-lock bags specifically made for freezing. After filling the bag try to remove as much air as possible. If you use a container make sure to only fill it ¾ full and cover it with wax paper or plastic wrap before adding the lid. Pumpkin has a lot of water so it will expand when frozen.

Weight Watchers SmartPoints 2 (without 2 tablespoons light whipped cream)
Weight Watchers SmartPoints
3 (with 2 tablespoons light whipped cream)

Weight Watchers POINTS PLUS 1 (without the 2 tablespoons light whipped cream)
Weight Watchers POINTS PLUS 2 (includes 2 tablespoons light whipped cream)

SKINNY FACTS: for one skinny pumpkin latte with 2 tablespoons light whipped cream
69 calories, 1g fat, 1g sat. fat, 5g protein, 9g carbs, 1g fiber, 67mg sodium, 8g sugar

FACTS: for one Starbucks (8oz) Short Pumpkin Pie Latte with 2% milk and whipped cream
300 calories, 8g fat, 7g protein, 26g carbs, 0g fiber, 110mg sodium, 25g sugar


Nancy Fox

Nancy Fox is no stranger to the food industry. She founded Mrs. Beasley's, a gift-basket company featuring baskets full of decadent baked goods. It became the "hot" gift to give among the Hollywood community. 
Nancy later opened 2 low fat restaurants called Nancy’s Healthy Kitchen. Her line of reduced-fat cookies were featured on "Oprah's Favorites" gift show. Continuing her passion for cooking and baking Nancy created a recipe website called Skinny Kitchen. Each week she shares skinny recipes, cooking and kitchen tips, food finds and the healthy benefits of many recipes. There’s also nutritional facts and Weight Watchers POINTS on each recipe.

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Dr. Margaret Rutherford

Sunday 16th of October 2016

Love this recipe Nancy! I can't wait to try!

Tuesday 11th of October 2016

Here's a yummy, easy to make hot drink you can enjoy all season long! Thanks so much for sharing my recipe. Have fun! All the best, Nancy

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