Learning how to make Pumpkin Cream Cold Foam is a great way to save some cash when you want a Starbucks treat.
- Pumpkin Puree: Add in pure pumpkin flavor (and give it that orange hue) by adding in plain pumpkin puree – not to be confused with pumpkin pie filling!
- Sweetened Condensed Milk: Add in sweetness and make your cold foam light and fluffy by adding in condensed milk.
- Half and Half: Adding in half-and-half will give your pumpkin cream cold foam creamy.
- Pumpkin Spice: To compliment the pumpkin puree, add in pumpkin spice for those warm Autumn flavors.
How to Make Pumpkin Cream Cold Foam
Making this Starbucks-copycat cold foam is quite simple.
Whip the half and half and sweetened condensed milk together, using a blender or a whisk. Then, once the cream mixture is whipped, add in your flavorings. Fold in the pumpkin and the pumpkin spice.
Blending will aerate the ingredients to make a light and fluffy cold foam that can be easily poured.
This recipe will be slightly orange since you added real pumpkin to the mix! Top off your coffee with whipped cream and more pumpkin spice.
You can use this cold foam on hot or iced drinks.
Different Ways to Froth your Cold Foam
There are a couple different ways to whip and to froth your foam.
- Blender: Add the ingredients to a blender and blend well. This is one of the most efficient ways to froth and combine your pumpkin cream ingredients.
- Milk Frother: Combine the ingredients by using a spatula or spoon. Use a milk frother to aerate your cold foam.
- Steam Machine: Another option is to steam single portions of your cold foam. If you do use a steam machine, it will turn your cold foam into hot foam.
How to Store your Cold Foam
Store your freshly made Pumpkin Cream Cold Foam in an airtight container in the fridge for up to one week.
You can also store your extra sweetened condensed milk in an airtight container in the fridge for a week as well. I recommend re-frothing your cold foam after taking it out of the fridge, since it is likely a little flat and needs to be aerated again.