Ember’s Favorite Fall Coffee Recipes
Fall is here, which means that it’s time to break out the flannels, sit by the bonfire, and watch the leaves change color with a warm and toasty beverage in your hand.
To ensure that you have plenty of cozy seasonal concoctions to enjoy this autumn, here is a roundup of our favorite fall coffee recipes.
A great pumpkin spice latte recipe is a must-have fall beverage.
While the history of pumpkin spice goes back hundreds of years, the pumpkin spice latte was first introduced in 2003. Since then, pumpkin spice lattes have become synonymous with autumn and basically feel like fall in a cup.
Notes of pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove all blend together into a comforting concoction that is incredibly easy to make at home. Top with some whipped cream, and you can’t help but think of pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving.
When you need a change of pace from pumpkin spice lattes, the apple crisp macchiato is another fall staple for the Ember crew.
Classic flavors like apple, brown sugar, and caramel come together in this fall coffee recipe to give that feeling of warm apple cobbler in a cup.
Best made with Granny Smith apples to bring out that baking authenticity (though Honeycrisp or Pink Lady apples will make a sweeter drink), the apple crisp macchiato is a fall classic that you’ll love to sip on this season.
If you are looking for a milk-free option to enjoy, the vegan maple pecan latte is the perfect fall coffee recipe. With each sip offering up warm and cozy maple notes laced with nutty pecans flavors and brown butter all throughout, this espresso-based beverage is a wonderful way to start off chilly autumn mornings or end crisp fall evenings.
Made with espresso, raw pecans, real maple syrup (not pancake syrup), a bit of vanilla extract, and vegan whipped cream, the vegan maple pecan latte is a wonderful throwback to pecan bars that will get you in the autumn mindset.
Another amazing maple-infused fall coffee recipe is the maple cinnamon latte. Blending espresso, maple syrup (dark or amber in color is preferable), vanilla extract, and a dash of cinnamon, this is the perfect combination of sweetness and spice to warm you up as it cools down outside.
This drink is perfect for fall, easy to make, and if you decide to make any of the other amazing fall coffee recipes listed above, you will likely already have all the ingredients you need on hand.
That means one more amazing recipe to warm you up this fall and one less trip to the store.
No matter which of these delectable fall coffee concoctions you decide to whip up this season, be sure to keep it warm all the way to the last drop by drinking them out of an Ember Mug².
Because, when it comes to your coffee, temperature matters.