This keto pumpkin spice latte is a frothy, creamy, low-carb latte recipe. The best keto morning bulletproof latte recipe to celebrate the fall season with only 4 grams of net carbs!
Plus, this keto pumpkin latte is very easy to make in 15 minutes and comes with a dairy-free option.
It is a coffee drink popular in the fall, combining strong espresso, pumpkin pie spices, and steamed milk. It’s often served with whipped cream and a sprinkle of extra pumpkin spice.
You can drink keto latte with almond milk on a keto diet, but you can’t order a regular coffee latte without making a few adjustments to your order.
In fact, most lattes are made of regular milk. Therefore they are high in carbs and sugar, and sometimes, if you order a keto pumpkin spice latte from Starbucks, it will contain sugar-loaded vanilla syrup too.
So while I think it is better to make your own keto latte recipe at home, let me share my tips to order a keto-friendly latte from Starbucks or any local coffee store.
This is how to order a keto-friendly latte from a coffee shop:
This being said, if you really love a pumpkin spice latte, it is far healthier to make your own at home.
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You will avoid the sugar-free syrup from the cafe store. These are usually made of artificial sweeteners, not the best on your keto journey.
Let me show you how to make Starbucks pumpkin spice latte low-carb and 100% keto-friendly!
It is very easy to make a keto-friendly pumpkin latte at home.
All you need are 5 simple ingredients and 15 minutes.
Bulletproof pumpkin latte addition
These ingredients are optional but recommended for a creamier keto pumpkin latte and start the day with healthy fats.
Optional latte toppings ideas
A keto latte is better with toppings. Below are the best keto-friendly pumpkin latte toppings you can use.
A bulletproof pumpkin latte is the best keto-friendly drink for fall breakfast. It’s a high-fat breakfast drink with an amazing vanilla latte and pumpkin spice flavors and even more if I tell you that the carb count is 4g net carb per serve!
The best way to make a flavorsome low-carb pumpkin spice latte is to first cook the pumpkin puree with spices for few minutes.
Then, whisk in the milk of your choice. See the next paragraph for the best keto-friendly milk drinks. Finally, whisk in butter and MCT oil.
Pour the hot pumpkin spice milk onto the hot black coffee and serve with unsweetened whipped cream and a drizzle of sugar-free vanilla syrup if desired.
A pumpkin spice latte won’t be the same without its most popular toppings. The best keto-friendly options for your pumpkin latte are:
Keto lattes are not using regular cow milk. In fact, regular milk contains sugar from lactose, and it is not recommended on a keto diet. The best milk to make a keto latte are:
On a keto diet, you fuel your body with fat, not sugar or carbs. It means that you won’t use regular milk in your latte recipe to avoid the carbs and sugar from lactose.
Consequently, keto latte recipes use unsweetened almond milk or coconut milk that is less creamy or frothy.
The trick to creating a creamy keto pumpkin spice latte is to add a touch of butter and MCT oil to your drink. It will create the creamiest coffee and helps you burn fat as you will fuel your body with a pure, healthy fat.
To do so, add your pumpkin milk into a blender with butter and MCT oil and blend to froth. Then, assemble the drink as usual.
If you love this pumpkin spice bulletproof coffee latte, you may also like my other keto drink recipes, including keto hot chocolate and iced coffee too!
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