Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice Syrup

Unlike most pumpkin spice syrups, this one has enough pumpkin to leave you with the distinct flavor of fresh pumpkin pie. This easy syrup tops pancakes or can be used to make a pumpkin spice flavored coffee.

Pumpkin is the iconic treat of fall and by having your own pumpkin pie spice syrup you can enjoy copy cats of any coffee house pumpkin drink you desire.  Am I the only one excited about that?

I love FALL. My sister makes fun of me for being so basic but well it’s just who I am. Pumpkin spice everything, cool crip days, fresh apple baking in the oven. Yeah, I LOVE fall. Every year I look forward to making this Pumpkin Pie Spice Syrup and we devour it faster than I can cook it up.

What you need to make pumpkin pie spice syrup

Pumpkin pie syrup, Pumpkin pie spice syrup

How to make pumpkin pie spice syrup

Mix in a medium saucepan. ‘Simmer on medium for 10 minutes string occasionally. Do not let boil. Store in the refrigerator or preserve by canning.

Simmer on medium heat for 10 minutes string occasionally. Do not let boil. Store in the refrigerator or preserve by canning.

Do not let boil. Store in the refrigerator or preserve by canning.

Store in the refrigerator or preserve by canning.

This will make your whole house smell amazing on a cool fall day. Like a fresh pumpkin pie right out of the oven. I love recipes that leave my house smelling great. Top your pumpkin pie pancakes or make your own coffee. Enjoy the season.

Ways to use pumpkin spice syrup

Pumpkin spice syrup is a versatile ingredient that can add a warm, autumnal flavor to a variety of dishes and beverages. Here are some creative ways to use pumpkin spice syrup:

Pumpkin Spice Latte:

Mix pumpkin spice syrup with espresso or strong brewed coffee, then add steamed milk for a cozy and flavorful latte.

Pumpkin Spice Smoothie:

Blend pumpkin spice syrup with yogurt, banana, and a splash of milk for a creamy and flavorful fall-inspired smoothie.

Pumpkin Spice Pancakes or Waffles:

Add pumpkin spice syrup to your pancake or waffle batter for a delightful twist on classic breakfast favorites.

Pumpkin Spice French Toast:

Use pumpkin spice syrup as a topping for French toast, along with a dollop of whipped cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon.

Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal:

Stir pumpkin spice syrup into your morning oatmeal for a warm and comforting autumn flavor.

Pumpkin Spice Yogurt Parfait:

Layer yogurt with granola, chopped nuts, and a drizzle of pumpkin spice syrup for a tasty and nutritious parfait.

Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream Sundae:

Drizzle pumpkin spice syrup over vanilla ice cream and top with whipped cream, crushed graham crackers, and a sprinkle of cinnamon.

Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate:

Stir pumpkin spice syrup into a mug of hot cocoa for a cozy and aromatic drink.

Pumpkin Spice Butter:

Mix pumpkin spice syrup with softened butter to create a flavored spread for toast, muffins, or pancakes.

Pumpkin Spice Whipped Cream:

Add a splash of pumpkin spice syrup to heavy cream before whipping it to create a flavored whipped cream topping for desserts and drinks.

Pumpkin Spice Cocktail:

Use pumpkin spice syrup as a sweetener in cocktails like martinis, whiskey sours, or even in a pumpkin spice Moscow mule.

Pumpkin Spice Glaze:

Combine pumpkin spice syrup with powdered sugar to make a delicious glaze for cakes, muffins, or cinnamon rolls.

Pumpkin Spice Marinade or Sauce:

Use pumpkin spice syrup as a base for marinades or sauces for meats like chicken, pork, or even as a glaze for roasted vegetables.

Love Pumpkin? Check out these pumpkin recipes

Pumpkin mousse

Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

Pumpkin Pie Pancakes

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  • Jeanette says:

    You are my new best friend. I love pumpkin anything in this pumpkin spice syrup will be fun to mix in with all sorts of recipes!

  • Shauna says:

    Oh my goodness, what a great thing to have on hand through the fall and winter. It would be so yummy on just about anything. Plus, it seems pretty easy to make. Thanks so much for sharing

  • Bibi says:

    Oh My Gosh, this recipe comes at a perfect time! I just pureed my first Pumpkin (ever) yesterday and now I just have to try making this syrup (before I freeze too much of the pumpkin) This looks delicious. Thank you so much for sharing!

  • Myrah @ Coupon Mamacita says:

    Ahhhh! I’ve had just about everything pumpkin spice possible, but I’ve never had this before. Yay!

  • Heather @ Kraus House Mom says:

    One of my friends is OBSESSED with pumpkin spice anything. She would love this. I’m telling her about it.

  • Cathi Crismon says:

    Oh my goodness! This is way too delicious! I can’t wait to make a batch. Cheers for autumn and pumpkin season!!

  • Tara says:

    I love everything pumpkin. I will have to make some of this syrup to try. I can see it becoming a favorite.

  • Stacie says:

    Fall is the best time of year. I love how the air smells and all the flavours that come with it. This pumpkin pie spice syrup looks delicious.

  • Liz Mays says:

    Ok, this could quite simply change my life. I need jars and jars and jars of it!

  • Amy Desrosiers says:

    What an awesome recipe. I just finished my Torani syrup and could use some more!

  • Kathy says:

    This sounds great. I do love pumpkin spice flavor. I’d love to give this a try.

  • gingermommyrants says:

    Pumpkin spice syrup looks so delicious and easy to make. I will have to get the ingredients I need to make some this week.

  • Elizabeth Lampman says:

    I love pumpkin spice everything. This syrup will be amazing on pancakes. My family will love it.

  • Tammi Roy says:

    This would be amazing in my coffee. I can think of a ton of delicious uses for pumpkin spice syrup.

  • Lisa Bristol says:

    I am so excited to try pumpkin spice syrup. I have never tried to make my own syrup before.

  • Claudia Krusch says:

    It sounds so good! I can’t wait to try it!

  • Dawn gibson-thigpen says:

    yummm. i love the taste of pumpkin. totally reminds me of all the pies both my grannies used to make around the holidays.

  • Lori Tullis says:

    I am not a HUGE fan of pumpkin, although I do love pumpkin bread. I think I have my mother to thank for that since she didn’t really cook anything pumpkiny while we were growing up. This sounds so yummy, I’m going to have to try it. Thanks, Jenn, for sharing with Thankful Thursdays. I hope to see you again next week.