Pumpkin Pie Cappuccino (#1 and #2)

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 7 mins

If you like pumpkin pie and you like cappuccino, you'll like this. Posted in reply to a recipe board request. Prep time is for steaming the cream/milk. Cook time is for brewing your coffee. Recipe #1 makes 2 servings; recipe #2 makes 1 serving.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Pumpkin Pie Spice: Mix together and store in tightly covered container.
  2. Pumpkin Pie Cappuccino (1): Combine about 4 ounces of light cream with 1/2 teaspoon of pumpkin pie spice*, steam lightly.
  3. Fill two heavy mugs about half full with your favorite coffee.
  4. Top each with steamed cream/spice mixture.
  5. Garnish each with 2 Tablespoons whipped cream, and a tiny sprinkle of pie spice*.
  6. (If you like, you can add a drop of yellow and red food coloring to the cream before it is whipped to make it pumpkin colored.) Pumpkin Pie Cappuccino (2): Foam (steam) the milk.
  7. Combine ingredients in a 6 ounce glass or mug.
  8. Mix well.
  9. Sprinkle with cinnamon and nutmeg.
Most Helpful

Just recently got sent some pumpkin pie spice in a regional swap & thought I'd give this a go, I combined methods 1 & 2. This was nice but I think the ginger in the spice was a bit too dominant for my tastes, (not really a ginger fan> I love the idea of spiced coffee but not with this particular spice too much. Good to try though, thanks for posting!

**Mandy** August 24, 2007

This is delicious! I ended up combining the two recipes, since I was too lazy to dig my espresso machine out of the basement, but I wanted to find a use for the DaVinci pumpkin pie syrup I bought recently. I filled a mug half full with coffee and topped it off with foamed vanilla soy milk, then added about 1 1/2-2 Tbsp syrup. It doesn't taste exactly like the cappuccino I used to get at a local gas station, but it's just as good. Thanks for sharing this!

Kree October 24, 2003

This tasted nothing like Pumpkin Pie, it did have a spiced taste but did not seem to go well with the coffee. I will not be trying it again.

KATHY MATHEWS December 16, 2002