Say hello to this gorgeous Keto Pumpkin Spice Latte! This flavorful Starbucks copycat recipe has only 3g net carbs and zero sugar, meaning you can enjoy it guilt-free as much as you’d like.
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Craving a Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte but don’t want to break your diet? I’ve got your solution! This Keto Pumpkin Spice Latte copycat recipe is a breeze to make and gives you all the dreamy flavor of the original without all the carbs and sugar. Make yourself one every day if you’d like!
Fun fact: Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Lattes did not have pumpkin in them from their 2003 launch until 2015. The change was made to “appease those who wanted to see real pumpkin in the list of ingredients.” This Keto Pumpkin Spice Latte does have pumpkin in it (just a little to give it an authentic pumpkin flavor!).
Ready to whip up your own gorgeous low carb Pumpkin Spice Latte? You need just a few ingredients!
Ingredients Needed for a Keto Pumpkin Spice Latte
Ingredient quantities are located in the recipe card at the end of the post.
- Unsweetened vanilla almond milk
- Heavy whipping cream
- 100% pumpkin puree
- Vanilla extract (I suggest using a high-quality vanilla extract, like this Simply Organic Pure Vanilla Extract)
- Pumpkin pie spice (I love this Spice Island Pumpkin Pie Spice)
- Strongly brewed coffee (I personally like to use Starbucks’ Veranda Blonde Roast Coffee)
- Swerve Confectioners
- Optional: Keto-friendly whipped cream
How to Make a Keto Pumpkin Spice Latte
This is just a quick overview of how to make keto-friendly Pumpkin Spice Latte. For the recipe in detail, scroll to the recipe card at the end of the post.
First, brew your coffee of choice. You’ll want it to be strongly brewed since you’re only using 4 oz in this recipe. You can brew with more grounds, make espresso — whatever works for you.
TIP: If you don’t like a lot of caffeine, feel free to use regular brew.
Then pour all ingredients into a blender and quickly blend until smooth.
Pour into a cup and microwave for a short period until it’s at your desired temperature.
Your Keto Pumpkin Spice Latte is ready to serve! Here is what it looks like “naked”…
… and here is what it looks like dressed up with keto whipped cream and more pumpkin pie spice:
TIP: See the next section for a keto whipped cream recipe. If you skip the whipped cream, you can still garnish your PSL with additional pumpkin pie spice if you’d like.
How to Add Keto-Friendly Whipped Cream
- The easiest method: look for canned whipped cream at the store that emphasizes “real cream” or “natural ingredients.” I used Kroger Extra Creamy Dairy Whipped Topping with Real Cream with 1g net carbs per 2 tbsp.
- Make your own: follow this recipe!
Want a Chilled Keto Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte?
If you want to drink yours chilled, use cold coffee instead.
Nutrition Facts for Keto Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte
- 136 calories
- 12g fat
- 1g protein
- 3g net carbs
More Keto Coffee Drinks
If you’re looking for more keto coffee drinks, give these a try:
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- Place all ingredients in a blender and quickly blend until smooth.
- Pour into a microwave-safe mug and microwave to your desired temperature. (I usually microwave mine for about 45 seconds.)
- Optionally top with keto-friendly whipped cream and/or pumpkin pie spice.
- My favorite pumpkin pie spice is by Spice Island. I also tend to use blonde coffee (Starbucks Veranda blend) and 3 tbsp Swerve in this. I like my Pumpkin Spice Latte mild on coffee flavor and sweet!
- You'll want your coffee to be strongly brewed since you're only using 4 oz in this recipe. You can brew with more grounds, make espresso — whatever works for you. However, if you don't like a lot of caffeine, feel free to use regular brew.
Nutrition facts are included as a courtesy only. They are accurate to the best of our knowledge based on the ingredients and brands used, but their accuracy is not guaranteed. If applicable, sugar alcohols have already been removed from the total carb count.