10 October 2019

White Chocolate Pumpkin Coffee Creamer Recipe Cinderella Latte At Home

The Cinderella latte is a secret Starbucks drink that combines a whole chocolate latte and the pumpkin spice latte.  Make it any time at home with this easy white chocolate pumpkin coffee creamer.

What if a white chocolate latte and a pumpkin spice latte got married and had a baby?  It would be a Cinderella latte!

I didn't name it, but the name makes sense.  Like in the movie, a pumpkin is turned into something completely magical.  But in the case of the drink, it turns into a magical, delicious coffee drink that you never knew you had to have.

I love white chocolate lattes and pumpkin spice lattes, so I knew that I had to try this Cinderella Latte.

How to make a White Chocolate Mocha Pumpkin aka Starbucks Cinderella latte coffee creamer recipe.  This creamy DIY creamer can be made healthy or skinny or sugar free, low carb, dairy free (non dairy), or vegan depending on the milk and sweetener.  Use almond milk or half and half. Make it skinny and clean if you want.  This combbines the best fall flavors for a twist on the pumpkin spice coffee creamer. Home made DIY coffee creamer is easy to make! #whitechocolate #pumpkinspice


I drink coffee every day, so instead of making a single latte at home, I decided to make a white chocolate pumpkin coffee creamer instead.

You guys.  Angels were singing when I tried it.  It is amazing!

While I love my skinny pumpkin spice coffee creamer, the white chocolate adds a whole new layer of flavor.  It's creamy, smooth, and has a hint of pumpkin and spice.

White Chocolate Pumpkin Coffee Creamer Recipe AKA Cinderella Latte


From my research, the Cinderella Latte was the dream child of @happiestteesonearth.  Let me say thank you to him/her for creating this little taste of heaven on earth.

For this recipe, I combined my skinny white chocolate latte and my skinny pumpkin spice coffee creamer recipe.  Of course, I made a skinny low carb version.

I believe in options, so I always give you options.  Need low carb?  Dairy free?  Low fat?  Sugar free?  You can do that!

How to make a White Chocolate Mocha Pumpkin aka Starbucks Cinderella latte coffee creamer recipe.  This creamy DIY creamer can be made healthy or skinny or sugar free, low carb, dairy free (non dairy), or vegan depending on the milk and sweetener.  Use almond milk or half and half. Make it skinny and clean if you want.  This combbines the best fall flavors for a twist on the pumpkin spice coffee creamer. Home made DIY coffee creamer is easy to make! #whitechocolate #pumpkinspice


I love Starbuck's as much as the next coffee loving mom, but I don't go often.  The nearest one is 25 minutes away, and it always has a long line.  It also cuts into my budget.  I splurged on an expensive coffee pot in exchange for hitting Starbucks weekly.

Starbucks coffee drinks also have a lot of sugar.  It's a treat, but it is a lot of sugar. I'm trying to avoid white sugar, so I usually make my own coffee creamers.  This recipe does have some refined sugar in the white chocolate chips, but we will get to that in a moment.

Since the Cinderella latte is a secret menu item, I can't calculate the nutrition information for it.  Basically, you replace half of the pumpkin spice syrup with white chocolate syrup.  

How to make a White Chocolate Mocha Pumpkin aka Starbucks Cinderella latte coffee creamer recipe.  This creamy DIY creamer can be made healthy or skinny or sugar free, low carb, dairy free (non dairy), or vegan depending on the milk and sweetener.  Use almond milk or half and half. Make it skinny and clean if you want.  This combbines the best fall flavors for a twist on the pumpkin spice coffee creamer. Home made DIY coffee creamer is easy to make! #whitechocolate #pumpkinspice

I just checked the Starbuck's site with ingredient lists, and it looks like both the white chocolate latte and the pumpkin spice latte are less scary than they were last year.  Both have sugar and condensed milk. 

They also have natural flavors.  Natural flavors is good, right?  

Not necessarily.  Natural means that it's from nature, but that doesn't mean it is something that you would normally eat.  Bug legs are from nature, but I don't want to eat them.  

I'm not saying that there are questionable ingredients int he Starbuck's drinks.  I'm just saying that we don't know what they are.  

A 16-ounce white chocolate mocha has:

  • 430 calories
  • 18 grams fat
  • 55 grams carbs
I'm making a white chocolate pumpkin coffee creamer and not a full latte, so obviously the calories, fat, and carbs will go down per serving.  I can't really compare apples to apples here.

How to make a White Chocolate Mocha Pumpkin aka Starbucks Cinderella latte coffee creamer recipe.  This creamy DIY creamer can be made healthy or skinny or sugar free, low carb, dairy free (non dairy), or vegan depending on the milk and sweetener.  Use almond milk or half and half. Make it skinny and clean if you want.  This combbines the best fall flavors for a twist on the pumpkin spice coffee creamer. Home made DIY coffee creamer is easy to make! #whitechocolate #pumpkinspice


Milk Choice


The base of this white chocolate pumpkin coffee creamer recipe is the milk.  You can use your choice of milk.

I normally use almond milk, but I used half and half for this recipe because I got it on sale and had some leftover.  

You can also use whole milk, skim milk, or coconut milk.  It's totally up to you.  It will affect the calories and fat of this recipe, so keep that in mind.

Sweetener


Again, you have options.  I use coconut sugar because it's my preferred sugar alternative.  It still has calories, but it has a lower glycemic index and doesn't cause blood sugar spikes like white sugar does.

You can also use white sugar or an artificial sweetener if you want to.



Other Ingredients


A can of pumpkin has around 15 ounces, so you'll have a lot leftover.  You can spoon it into an ice cube tray and freeze it for later.  

I used pumpkin spice from Aldi.  If you want to make your own, Country Hill Cottage has an easy pumpkin pie spice recipe

I recommend using real vanilla extract.  I make my own, and I can't believe what a taste difference it makes.  Learn how to make vanilla extract from vanilla beans.

I used white chocolate chips from Aldi because they don't have food dyes or preservatives in them.  You can try a dairy free white chocolate chip recipe or a sugar-free white chocolate recipe.  I haven't tested this recipe with homemade white chocolate, so you may need to make some adjustments.

You have to have a cute cup to drink your coffee with your white chocolate pumpkin coffee creamer in.



Ingredients



Directions


Step #1


Place the milk, pumpkin, coconut sugar, vanilla, pumpkin spice, and white chocolate chips in a small sauce pan. 

Step #2


Heat over medium heat until the chips are melted and the coconut sugar is dissolved.  Stir occasionally.  

Step #3


Remove from heat and let cool.



Add to your coffee and prepare to fall in love with this new twist on two favorites.



pumpkin spice, coffee, creamer, white chocolate
Drinks
American
Yield: 30
Author:

White Chocolate Pumpkin Coffee Creamer

prep time: 5 Mcook time: 15 Mtotal time: 20 M
This white chocolate pumpkin coffee creamer can be made sugar free, dairy free, or low carb for your dietary needs.

ingredients:

instructions:

How to cook White Chocolate Pumpkin Coffee Creamer

  1. Place the milk, pumpkin, coconut sugar, vanilla, pumpkin spice, and white chocolate chips in a small sauce pan.
  2. Heat over medium heat until the chips are melted and the coconut sugar is dissolved. Stir occasionally.
  3. Remove from heat and let cool.

NOTES:

Use almond milk, coconut milk, or half and half.
Calories
11.25
Fat (grams)
0.41
Sat. Fat (grams)
0.18
Carbs (grams)
1.84
Fiber (grams)
0.07
Net carbs
1.77
Sugar (grams)
1.72
Protein (grams)
0.12
Sodium (milligrams)
1.36
Cholesterol (grams)
0.18
Nutrition information is per ounce.
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How to make a White Chocolate Mocha Pumpkin aka Starbucks Cinderella latte coffee creamer recipe.  This creamy DIY creamer can be made healthy or skinny or sugar free, low carb, dairy free (non dairy), or vegan depending on the milk and sweetener.  Use almond milk or half and half. Make it skinny and clean if you want.  This combbines the best fall flavors for a twist on the pumpkin spice coffee creamer. Home made DIY coffee creamer is easy to make! #whitechocolate #pumpkinspice














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Cari Dunn
Cari Dunn

Cari lives on a small farm in Ohio with her husband, three kids, two dogs, two cats, five goats, several chickens, and homing pigeons. She loves Gilmore Girls, coffee, and her kids. Not in that order.