Pumpkin Pie Spiced Creamer – Dairy and Sugar Free

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Pumpkin Creamer! Love pumpkin pie? But don't care for all the additives in the seasonal "pumpkin" treats hitting the stores? Make your own pumpkin pie spiced creamer, and forget that chemical-laden PSL! This recipe is just a few ingredients, dairy-free and sugar-free – and VERY good for you!

{I love pumpkin so much that I am happy to eat it in all its forms all year round.  We love these Pumpkin Snickerdoodles, Soft Pumpkin Cookies, and my Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice, and here's a grouping of Healthy Pumpkin Recipes if that isn't enough for you.  Today Tiffany from Don't Waste the Crumbs brings you a Dairy-Free Creamer that is the latest addition to our repertoire of yummy healthy pumpkin recipes.}

Those folks who don't eat dairy, for whatever reason, must often feel left out of the pumpkin-filled fall festivities.

  • No pumpkin ice cream.
  • No traditional pumpkin pie.
  • No pumpkin pie spiced creamer.

My heart truly aches for you no-dairy-allowed-pumpkin-lovers. I adore the big orange squash too, and could easily keep Starbucks in the PSL business beyond November if they only gave me the chance.

It's not fair to have to choose between severe abdominal pains, going against your food convictions, or consuming lab-grown, GMO soy milk when ordering your favorite latte. And you certainly shouldn't have to forgo the season altogether! That simply wouldn't be fair.

When I was younger and complained about something being not far, my mom used to say “life isn't fair.” Hearing that only fueled my fury at the uneven score, driving me to find a way around whatever obstacle stood in my path.

Today, non-dairy drinkers can rejoice in a new found alternate route for making it through the pumpkin-flavored road—

Dairy-free Pumpkin Creamer

Finally, a 100% whole foods alternative to dairy that tastes so good, even dairy drinkers (like myself) may slurp up this pumpkin creamer with a straw–no coffee needed!

That did happen, by the way. Consider yourself warned!

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Pumpkin Creamer! Love pumpkin pie? But don't care for all the additives in the seasonal "pumpkin" treats hitting the stores? Make your own pumpkin pie spiced creamer, and forget that chemical-laden PSL! This recipe is just a few ingredients, dairy-free and sugar-free – and VERY good for you!

Pumpkin Pie Spiced-Creamer - Dairy and Sugar Free

Serves approx. 12 ounces     adjust servings

Make your own allergy friendly pumpkin pie spiced creamer, and forget that chemical-laden PSL! This recipe is just a few ingredients, dairy-free and sugar-free.



  1. Place cashews in a container and cover with filtered water. Allow to soak for 3-6 hours. This softens the nut and makes it easier to blend. Plus you can benefit from the breakdown of phytic acid. Also check out How to Soak and Dry Nuts and Seeds.
  2. Drain nuts and place in a blender. Add enough filtered water to just cover the nuts.
  3. Add maple syrup (or other sweetener) and spices and blend thoroughly.
  4. Store safely in the refrigerator for up to five days.
  5. Add 2-3 tablespoons to your favorite cup of coffee or tea (or this rich and nutritious coffee substitute) and enjoy!


This non-dairy cream alternative has a similar consistency to half and half. If you need something a bit thicker, perhaps for a recipe calling for heavy cream, add less water during the blending process. Remember that it's you can always add more water if needed, but you can't take the water back out.

If you are allergic to tree nuts, try this same Pumpkin Creamer recipe with peanuts using this soaking method instead. Peanuts are technically a legume, so you may avoid the tree nut allergy. You can also try this with Easiest Coconut Milk, although the cream will need to come to room temperature before using since the fat from the coconut will coagulate at the top when refrigerated. Hemp milk is a possibility too, but since I have not personally tested that one, you may need to adjust the sweetener and spices.

Non-dairy pumpkin pie spiced cream can go beyond coffee as well. Imagine the possibilities…

Uses for this Dairy-Free Pumpkin Creamer

or make the heavy cream version (a lot of it) and create your own dairy-free pumpkin ice cream!

{From Adrienne again–Sooo excited to make this. Maybe I'll have some tomorrow with my Morning (not Joe) Coffee Substitute!}

What Flavor Creamer do YOU crave?
How would YOU use this pumpkin creamer?

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Tiffany is a frugal foodie, balancing the desire to feed her family healthy food while being a good steward of her finances. She realized it was possible to eat nourishing, traditional food on a budget if she made baby-sized changes in the kitchen. She continues to work hard at mastering real foods without going broke and shares her journey at Don’t Waste the Crumbs.

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  1. Carol Bouley says:

    Does this make coffee look & taste creamy like store bought non dairy creamers do?
    I used non dairy creamers in my coffee before I knew that I was sensative to the casiens (protein) in dairy. I don’t use it now because I read the ingredients and it contains sodium caseinate (a milk derivative). I’m wondering how they can call it a non dairy creamer? It also contains soy lesithin. I now use Silk vanilla soy creamer which tastes & looks like Coffeemate creamers I understand that soy is not that good for you. That is why I’m interested in your recipe. All the other milk substitute creamers like almond or coconut are not really creamy in coffee.

    • The non dairy label is seriously very confusing. My son has a life threatening allergy to dairy and it drives us crazy. I actually didn’t create this recipe — it was written by another blogger. I think it will get fairly close as cashews are typically used as a dairy substitute. That being said, I only tried the non cashew version as my oldest is allergic to cashews as well. I guess I should buy some cashews and try it b/c I could eat it :). Hope that it works for you! I hope to try making some other creamers soon.

  2. Frozen Yogurt says:

    Wow! I am making it this! And it is so good to know it is sugar free! Did I miss where you said how long it is good for?

  3. Rami @ Tasteaholics says:

    Simple and great! Thank you for the recipe 🙂 Pinned!

  4. This creamer looks ever so yummy, not only because it has pumpkin in it, but particularly since it contains stevia as a healthy alternate sweetener. Do you know if this particular stevia (Stevia Select) you recommend is available in a larger size, such as a 1# bag?

    • Hi there. I don’t know. I just bought 3 more stevias to test out to see how they do. I will email the owner of the company to see if they have bulk yet but I don’t believe they do.

      • My favorite Stevia comes from Puritans Pride…I order STEVIA with inulin powder..item #17682…check it out ev1…contains no additives like maltodextrin..it is a powder and goes a long way!!! And with Puritan Pride…the more you order the more you save!!

  5. This sounds delicious! Do you strain the mixture after blending?

  6. Everyone who keeps wanting to figure out how to make is last longer than 5 days, WHY? It won’t last that long because it will be consumed. 🙂

  7. Anyone know how many dates to use as the sweetener? Would you have to change anything else about the recipe if you used dates?
    The recipe sounds great, by the way!

  8. Kari Robinson says:

    Any suggestions to adding a natural preservative so that it keeps longer than 5 days? Vitamin C powder maybe?

  9. Can it last longer by freezing it? Five days storage time is kinda short….

    • I would think so….in an ice cube tray would be a good idea.

      • That sounds like a good idea!

        Thing is, I like most cream and creamy stuff – this pumpkin recipe sounds so delicious that I think I may just make extra trips to the freezer to take one to pop into my mouth =p

  10. I’m intrigued by the use of cashews…they are delicious plain, so why not!? 🙂
    Thanks for linking at Trim Healthy Tuesday!

  11. This sounds so good! I love you suggestion to drizzle over oats -I’ll be doing that soon.

  12. OH My!!! THANK YOU! I can’t wait to try it!!