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September 10, 2014 By Carolyn 14 Comments Take all the best flavors of the Pumpkin Spice Latte and turn it into low carb ice cream! When I was heading to the hospital to have my third child, I took my husband by the hand, looked deep into his eyes, and made him swear on all he holds dear that he would bring me a Pumpkin Spice Latte from Starbucks after the baby was born. If i use honey or even evaporated cane juice i stead of the swerve, would i still need the vodka or vegetable glycerin?
I expressly disclaim any and all liability of any kind with respect to any act or omission wholly or in part in reliance on anything contained in this website. I’ve never tasted commercial pumpkin spice latte like that of Starbucks, but the idea of hot and sweet pumpkin-flavored spicy drink sounded so fascinating that I wanted to create my own version based on the image I have. Pour into heatproof glass and serve immediately, preferably garnished with whipped cream and sprinkled with pumpkin pie spice or nutmeg. If you are not comfortable with blending hot liquids, you can simply blend the mixture before heating.
When the mixture is steaming but not boiling yet, take the saucepan from the heat and blend the mixture until smooth. After making some initial experiments with different ingredients, I decided to go for the best flavor and chose milk, pumpkin, liquid stevia, pumpkin pie spice and espresso to be the ultimate elements in my pumpkin spice latte. Since I don’t have proper machinery to brew great espresso, I simply use instant espresso powder and water.
Like mentioned in the beginning, you can find two coffee-free variations of this drink on my Facebook page later this week. Would be great to hear your opinion on this pumpkin spice latte if you try it out, especially if you have tried out some commercial versions before. My passion is to develop innovative, truly healthy gluten-free, sugar-free low-carb recipes which are simple and easy to make.
Visit Low-Carb, So Simple store to find the best and healthiest low-carb products that I use regularly! Because the original low carb pumpkin bread recipe was really tender and *cringes* moist, I made some tweaks to the bread recipe to make it sturdy enough to stand up to being dipped in the egg wash for french toast. This modified low carb pumpkin bread recipe is also being used for a fantastic low carb Pumpkin Bread, Feta and Sausage Stuffing that I’ll be posting later this week. As a side point I made this french toast recipe on the same morning as I made the Low Carb Mexican Coffee from last week and they made a spectacularly delicious combo together.
I know it takes a little forethought and planning to make this since the pumpkin quick bread needs to sit a day before slicing, but I promise you that it’s totally worth it! 4.8 from 6 reviews Pumpkin Bread French Toast - Low Carb and Gluten Free   Print This low carb and gluten free pumpkin bread french toast is perfect for a leisurely weekend breakfast or brunch! New to low carb and need some help getting started?  Try out any one of my free low carb and keto menu plans with recipes and shopping lists and start losing weight fast!
I used a 12 x 4 loaf pan which is narrower than a typical pan and gives better results for this recipe so it cooks evenly all the way through. Yes, you can but it will increase the calories and fat by quite a bit so just be aware of that if you’re keeping track.

Hi Mellissa, I’m new to the Keto diet and have to say loving your receipes and your sense of humor, a must when you have sugar cravings! This is such a great and easy to make recipe to do the best of both worlds, a low carb bread and cake.
There shouldn’t be popup ads obstructing your view so if you have them it might be an issue with your browser? The recipe calls for 1 cup of canned pumpkin puree – since one cup is 8 oz you would be fine with buying a 16oz can which would be enough for 2 batches. Any sweetener you want to use but I can’t guarantee the same results I got with the swerve. I have been kn a low carb diet for a year and this is one of the most delicious recipes I have found!
My name is Mellissa Sevigny, and I use my culinary powers for good here at IBIH by creating delicious and satisfying low carb and gluten free recipes.
Low Carb Yum is a participant in the following affiliate programs: Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, LC Foods Affiliate Program, and the Thrive Market Affiliate Program. I’d spent that late summer and early fall in PSL withdrawal due to gestational diabetes and I wanted one, a big one, practically the minute the baby had made her way into the world. I still love my Starbucks but I usually just get my tall coffee (half caf), add a good dollop of cream and head out the door. Probably because I live in Sweden and we’re not big into pumpkins but it looks so good so I think I need to bring some more pumpkin deliciousness into my Swedish life! Now, it is so sickeningly sweet and fake tasting, I wouldn’t be able to get past 1 or 2 sips.
Didn’t have espresso powder so put in a packet of Starbucks Via Italian Roast and I used pumpkin pie spice. It is calculated using MacGourmet software and I remove erythritol from the final carb count and net carb count, as it does not affect my own blood glucose levels. Swallowing those was quite disgusting, and I was wondering how to make the texture smoother. I made this bread last night with some modifications due to allergies and sensitivities (coconut oil for butter, coconut milk for almond milk, 1 cup sunflower seed flour and 1 cup pumpkin seed flour instead of almond flour).
I was determined to have one, even if I had to hightail my johnny-clad postpartum body down the street to the nearest Starbucks myself.
Given that it was BLAZING hot here during the first week of September, taking those delicious fall flavours and packing into a cold creamy treat was practically a necessity.
Nothing I express here should be taken as medical advice and you should consult with your doctor before starting any diet or exercise program.
I do my best to be as accurate as possible but you should independently calculate nutritional information on your own before relying on them. Two delicious coffee-free versions you’ll find on my Facebook page in the end of this week.
However, if you don’t have any chance to roast pumpkin, please feel free to use canned pumpkin, preferably organic.

However, I published so many other pumpkin recipes so one more would have been simply too much.
I simply use the spice almost everywhere, that’s why I always buy a huge 16 oz (453 g) bag. I think personally I might replace part of half-and-half with water, but just a tablespoon or two. So if I just wanted to make one loaf of bread to eat and to make the French toast, I should use the modified recipe?
Not to mention you turned it into french toast, which is scientifically proven to make everything better. I was dying for some raw sushi with my last baby and my husband was on it once the baby came.
Of course that was one additional step, but fortunately not too laborious, especially when using immersion blender. Ginger, nutmeg, ground cardamom, cloves, vanilla… All warming autumnal and wintertime spices go well.
Could I still add the pecans in the modified recipe and have it be okay for the French toast? I ask only because my (cunning) plan was to make two smaller loaves of half each recipe, putting it into two smaller pans. I’d denied myself many a treat over the course of my pregnancy and as I was slender and fit, we all thought my blood sugar issues would resolve the minute the baby was born Which it did, only to reappear six or so months down the road. Some of these ingredients are spendy, so it’s nice to find a site where the recipes have all had good flavor. Sometimes in the future I would like to try to make my own mix, but for the time being I’m very happy with the ready pumpkin pie spice mix from Frontier Natural Products. I’m starting to trust you…are there any of your early recipes that you know are yucky?! The pancakes are okay by themselves, but they are really good with some sugar free syrup on top. Let me know in the post comments if you have any other ideas for using up the leftover pumpkin puree.
Carefully dip a slice of the pumpkin bread in the egg mixture on both sides for just a few seconds, and cook in the butter for about 2 minutes per side or until golden brown.
Serve warm with butter and sugar free syrup or cinnamon and sweetener sprinkled over the top.

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