Iced Pumpkin Spice Coffee (Starbucks Knockoff)

Learn how to make iced pumpkin coffee with 5 ingredients in 5 minutes! Just as tasty as a pumpkin cream cold brew or pumpkin spice latte.

If you’re reading this, I’m guessing we have at least two things in common: 

1. You have an unabashed love for pumpkin spice coffee drinks.

2. You are bougie on a budget. Going to Starbucks every day is not in the cards.

I’m here to preach the gospel today: Making a rockstar, knockoff iced pumpkin coffeedrink that tastes so much like the elusive Starbucks pumpkin cream cold brew or pumpkin spice latte is totally doable at home, without the marked up price tag! Feel free to hit the snooze button and skip the drive-thru line when you learn how to make this easy pumpkin coffee recipe.

8 Reasons To Love This Pumpkin Spice Coffee Recipe

You only need 5 minutes and 4 ingredients (plus, well, coffee) to make this festive fall recipe that’s loaded with authentic pumpkin spice goodness, sweetened with warm and cozy maple syrup and a kiss of real pumpkin. None of that fake stuff you’d get from a store-bought pumpkin spice syrup. 

This cozy iced pumpkin coffee drink will get you bright-eyed n’ bushy-tailed ASAP, no special equipment needed

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Easy enough to throw together on a weekday morning, but so yummy that you’ll savor the pumpkin spice coffee vibes all the way through your commute — if it lasts that long. You can even make the pumpkin coffee creamer the night before, then mix it in with your coffee and ice before you run out the door to conquer the world with your bootleg pumpkin spice latte!

This iced pumpkin coffee can totally be made into a hot drink or vegan recipe. Swap the half-and-half for canned coconut milk and call it a day. Just as delicious.

If you’re craving a super sweet, Starbucks-like PSL drink, then I’d say that the amount of pumpkin coffee creamer that this recipe makes will be enough for one serving. If you’re looking to just add a little bit of sweetness to your coffee, double the amount of coffee in this recipe and make two drinks.

OK gord-geous, let’s get to the good stuff!

Watch Me Make A Knockoff PSL

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  • Brewed coffee
  • Optional: Ice cubes

For the pumpkin spice creamer:

  • Half and half or full-fat canned coconut milk
  • Pumpkin pie spice
  • Maple syrup
  • Pumpkin

A Low-Calorie Pumpkin Iced Coffee Drink

I will preface this by saying that *not everything in life is about calories and you do not need to care #treatyoself* BUT I know a lot of folks are interested, so here’s the scoop.

In all, this drink works out to just over 200 calories. See how that compares to drinks of similar sizes/flavors at the big coffee chains.

Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte: 310 calories

Dunkin Donuts Pumpkin Spice Hot Latte: 300 calories

Dutch Bros Caramel Pumpkin Brulee Coffee: 320 calories

How To Make This Starbucks Copycat Iced Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe

So easy, it’s basically self-explanatory. 

I like to first mix together the pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice, maple syrup and half-and-half to make a pumpkin coffee creamer and ensure everything is evenly distributed before I pour it into the coffee.

Mix it all together and toss in some ice, if you want to make it an iced pumpkin coffee drink!

One quick note on the temperature: I like to make this as an iced drink, but it will work as a hot drink too. I tend to use cold brew coffee, but if you’re making hot coffee and want to turn this into an iced drink, try to give your coffee a few minutes to cool and add some extra ice.

Iced pumpkin coffee with pumpkin coffee creamer being poured inside; fresh pumpkin in the background and a towel with coffee beans on top in the background.

Iced Pumpkin Coffee: Easy, No Equipment Needed

Better than a Starbucks pumpkin cream cold brew or pumpkin spice latte? Learn how to make pumpkin coffee with 5 ingredients + 5 minutes! An easy pumpkin coffee creamer will take your coffee up a notch.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 5 minutes
Course Breakfast, Drinks
Cuisine American
Servings 1 12-oz. glass
Calories 204 kcal


For the pumpkin coffee creamer

  • 1/4 c. half and half substitute whole fat canned coconut milk to make it vegan
  • 3 tbsp. maple syrup
  • 1 tbsp. canned mashed pumpkin
  • 1 tsp. pumpkin pie spice

For the coffee drink

  • 1 c. brewed coffee
  • Optional: Ice cubes


  • In a small bowl (or cup), combine half-and-half, pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice and maple syrup. Stir until thoroughly mixed.
  • Pour coffee into a cup with the creamer, stir, and add ice cubes, if desired.
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