I am SO excited to share this recipe with you guys!
I stumbled on this pumpkin spiced latte recipe and thought it’d be a great drink to serve to my small group that comes to my house each week.
It was a hit! Just ask some of the girls who tried it…
A few other reasons I will be making multiple batches of this slow cooker pumpkin spiced latte recipe are:
- It made my house smell SOOO good. Its scent was a warm-vanilla-cinnamon-pumpkiny aroma. It was better than any fall candle that I have bought!
- It served 15+ girls. It’s a great recipe for large groups.
- It was super easy to make and used REAL ingredients. No syrups.
- I made it 2 hours before the group got there so I wasn’t scrambling to put it together as people arrived.
- The taste was marvelous. It was warm and sweet with a hint of pumpkin flavor. It really does rival a coffee shop’s pumpkin latte.
- Who doesn’t love to warm up with a special cozy drink with a bunch of friends?!
OK, I’ve blabbed on enough about my new favorite crock pot recipe. Here it is!
Serves 10-15 people
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Homemade crock pot pumpkin latte. This recipe is EASY to make and is my go-to drink when entertaining in the fall or winter. Try this delicious version of a coffee shop favorite!
- 6 cups whole milk (I used whole)
- 6 cups of strongly brewed coffee
- 1/2 cup pumpkin puree
- 1/4 cup vanilla
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 2 teaspoons cinnamon
- 3 cinnamon sticks
- In your crock pot, combine the milk and coffee.
- Whip together the pumpkin, vanilla, sugar and cinnamon. Pour mixture into the crockpot.
- Stir everything together and then toss in 3-4 cinnamon sticks.
- Cover the crockpot, and cook on high for 2 hours.
-If you don’t have a large group, you could easily halve the recipe.
-I’ve been told that heating up the leftovers doesn’t work so well.