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Your New Favorite Thing

Welcome to my new addiction. Pumpkin spice lattes. Oh, yes.

They’re incredibly easy to whip up. Well, let me qualify that; you’re going to need a pot to steam the milk, sugar and pumpkin in, some coffee (I use my french press for brewing), and another mixing bowl for whipping heavy cream and powdered sugar in. That said, they’re easy enough to concoct, and use ingredients you’re likely to already have on hand.

I used The Kitchn’s recipe as the basis, and then tinkered with things, namely the amounts and type of spices used. You can use either fresh pumpkin puree or canned. The sky is the limit.

Welcome to what will undoubtedly become your new favorite thing. You’re welcome.

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