Pumpkin Spice Coffee Syrup (lighter version) 18 cal.

I am in love with Iced Coffee as you may see I have a few recipes I have tried but on this post I am sharing on how to create your own coffee syrup using fall spices.

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Last week I tried Pumpkin Spice Iced Coffee and I loved it, but of course the amount of calories that goes into it is not something I enjoyed.  So yesterday I created a simple Pumpkin Spice Iced Coffee with a lot less calories in a drink but today I worked on creating a syrup with all of the spices included with I can use to enjoy anytime I am in the mood for some Pumpkin Spice Iced Coffee (which is pretty much every day) jejej..

Once you start making this dish your house will smell soooo good.. I love the smell of spices and pumpkin that stays around which makes it even harder to wait until the syrup cools.. It is hard to wait until the syrup is done and set before I make my Pumpkin Spice Iced Coffee using this syrup..

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This can easily be a cute gift during the holidays.  Is easy to make and you can add ribbons, place a label on the lid as shown above and put some hanging leaves just to give it that fall touch.

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Here is what I did..

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This Recipe makes about 7-8 ounces and the typical recipe for Iced Coffee can be 1-2 Tbsp making this recipe about 18 calories per TBSP (which is pretty good for anyone who is watching there in take calories without compromising there favorite drinks)

This recipe you can use on Latte, Frappuccino and Iced Coffee (I think I might try it on my Oatmeal too)

 



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