If you’re a coffee-lover, you’ll probably agree that cold foam is one of the most enjoyable add-ins of the summer.
The texture is so creamy, and it tastes so good! But there’s a catch: it’s not available in many places.
If you want to enjoy this delicious fall beverage during the summer, why not just make a pumpkin spice version?
What is pumpkin spice cold foam?
It’s the time of year when pumpkin spice lattes are in full swing. You can just feel the chill in the air.
We’re well into fall, and there’s no better time to prepare for it than now. Pumpkin spice is ubiquitous during the fall. From lattes to ice cream, everything is pumpkin spice-flavored.
But what exactly is pumpkin spice cold foam?
Pumpkin spice cold foam is a take on regular cold foam and is made using low-fat milk and pumpkin spices. It creates a velvet cold foam with the perfect fall flavor.
If you love to drink iced coffee and cold brew coffee, then you’ll love the addition of this pumpkin spice cold foam.
Which ingredients are used to make this cold foam?
To make pumpkin spice cold foam at home, you’ll need just two ingredients:
- 2% fat milk
- Pumpkin spice mix
Low-fat milk is best used to create the most fluffy cold foam possible. You can use any low-fat milk you prefer.
I’ve also tried making it with whole milk, but the foam falls apart too fast and doesn’t fluffy that much.
If you prefer using dairy-free milk, you can also use this. However, I’ve noticed that cold foaming any milk-free alternative will be quite hard, and it also doesn’t hold its structure that well.
But if you foam it long enough, you might be able to create some amazing cold foam to use for your coffees!
How to make the homemade pumpkin spice mix
The homemade pumpkin spice mix is one the easiest to do and requires just a few ground spices to get started:
- 20 grams of ground cinnamon
- 10 grams of ground ginger
- 5 grams of ground cloves
- 2 grams of ground nutmeg
- 2 grams of ground black pepper
Although there are many spices, you probably have most of these spices in your kitchen cabinet.
Weight out the spices in a bowl and mix them to create the pumpkin spice mix.
After that, store it in an airtight container unit you’re ready to use it. If you have some leftovers, you can also use it to make one of the following coffee recipes:
- Pumpkin spice syrup
- Pumpkin spice latte
- Pumpkin spice mocha
- Pumpkin spice creamer
- Iced pumpkin spice latte
What is the best way to make cold foam at home?
There are many ways to make cold foam at home. Have a look below for some ways to do so:
- Handheld mixer
- Milk frother
- French press
- Mason jar or other jar
As you can see, there are many ways to make cold foam at home, and I think you’ll find at least one way to try this recipe out yourself.
Cold foam is basically cold milk that has a lot of air added to it, which can be created with one of the techniques listed above.
My favorite and probably one of the easiest techniques is using a milk frother with a cold foam option.
For this, I’m using the milk attachment of my Nespresso machine. If you also have one of these machines, then you can easily make cold foam as well. It looks like this when it’s finished:
If you want to make cold foam at home, you can check out my complete guide of five different ways to make cold foam at home. Over there, I’ll go in-depth about the different ways, so you can easily follow along.
How do I use this pumpkin spice cold foam?
Pumpkin spice cold foam can be used to flavor any coffee you like. Because the milk is cold, it’s mostly used as an add-in for iced coffee and cold brew coffee.
You can add cold foam to any cold coffee you like to add milk to. Because it’s simply foamed milk with pumpkin spices added, it’s great for just about coffee you like to flavor.
My favorite coffee to use this cold foam for is a nice batch of cold brew coffee. Cold brew coffee has a robust flavor which I love, and this flavorful pumpkin spice cold foam makes it even better.
It tastes like fall and makes your daily coffee just a bit more special. It’s great if you want to switch things up.
Do you have a coffee you like to add cold foam to? Let me know in the comments, as I’d love to give it a try!
- 1/2 cup (0.12 l) of 2% fat milk
- 2 grams of pumpkin spice mix
- To make this in an amazing cold foam, make sure you're using a scale to measure everything correctly.
- Combine the milk and pumpkin spices in a bowl and give it a quick whisk until everything is combined.
- Pour the spiced milk into a milk frother, or you can use any of the other techniques I've talked about in this article.
- Now, cold foam the milk.
- Once the cold foam is done, make sure to use it quickly to keep all the delicious bubbles!
You can use any low-fat milk or milk alternative you like the most for this pumpkin spice cold foam, so make sure you're using the ingredients you love the most!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 15Total Fat: 0.6gSaturated Fat: 0.3gUnsaturated Fat: 0.1gCholesterol: 2.5mgSodium: 12.5mgCarbohydrates: 1.4gSugar: 1.5gProtein: 1g
How many calories are in this cold foam?
Depending on the milk you choose to use, the number of calories can change.
If you’re following the recipe, you’ll be using 2% fat milk, which brings the total calories to 15 for a serving of this pumpkin spice cold foam.
A serving of this cold foam is two tablespoons, which will create an amazing layer on your favorite coffee drinks!
You can make this recipe at home with your favorite coffee beans! If you’re looking for a new way to enjoy pumpkin spice, try this cold foam.
All you need is some pumpkin spices and milk before whipping up the perfect fall drink. It’s so easy that even if you don’t consider yourself an expert in cooking or baking, I’m sure you’ll be able to nail it on the first try.
What are your thoughts? Will you give this recipe a go? Let me know what you think below!
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