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How to make pumpkin cold foam coffee

Pumpkin cold foam coffee

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If you are addicted to pumpkin cold foam coffees from Starbucks then this post is for you! I’m sharing my recipe to make your own at home so you can skip the lines. Scroll down to learn how to make pumpkin cold foam coffee.

Pumpkin cold foam

If you’re not familiar with it, basically pumpkin cold foam is a foamy creamy topping bursting with pumpkin and fall flavors on top of your iced or cold brew coffee. It quickly became my addiction last fall and I set out on a way to learn how to make it at home.

How to make pumpkin cold foam coffee


  • 1/3 cup heavy cream
  • 1 1/2 Tbsp pumpkin puree
  • 1 tsp of vanilla extract or a shot of Torani french vanilla syrup (I like to use vanilla extract if you don’t like it as sweet)
  • 1/2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
  • dash of salt
  • cold coffee


In a small bowl or glass, combine all the ingredients above except the coffee.

Pumpkin cold foam coffee

Using a milk frother or an immersion blender, whip all ingredients until it thickens.

Pumpkin cold foam coffee


Fill a separate glass with ice and pour your coffee.

Top with your pumpkin cold foam and enjoy!!!!

Pumpkin cold foam coffee



Pumpkin cold foam coffee

Linked some of the coffee supplies below!

coffee frother torani Immersion blender from Amazon


coffee glasses and straws


I love to see what you create so be sure to take a photo and tag me on Instagram @ourtiny_nest so I can see you enjoying your beverage!

For more coffee recipes check out

My healthier pumpkin spice latte

Irish Cream Cold Brew


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Back to school countdown

Back to school countdown

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The first day of school will be here before you know it!  This Back to School Countdown is a fun way to get the kids excited and help prepare for the transition back or if they’re just starting kindergarten!

Back to School Countdown

To make your countdown you will need:

Back To School Countdown

Start by numbering the front of each cutout, I did 1-10.

Back To School countdown

On the back of each paper, write little things to do to prepare for back to school. I gave some suggestions for what I did below.

  • Make a keychain for your backpack
  • Sharpen your pencils
  • Decorate your pencil case.
  • Practice opening your lunchbox – this was a tip from some teacher friends. Make sure your little ones know how to open their lunch box, put their straw in their juice box, etc. Having a little test run at home can help boost their confidence.
  • Set up a homework station.
  • Practice writing your full name, address and phone number.
  • Make a morning to do list. Click here to download this free printable or make your own!
  • Drop off your school supplies and do a tour of the school
  • Choose your first day of school outfit (Walmart, and Zulily, are some of our fave spots for back to school looks. I also have some ideas for girls here and the boys here).
  • Read a few books (linking some that we like below)

Back to school countdown books a letter from your teacher on the first day of school

Back to school countdown if you take a mouse to school

Back to school countdown the night before kindergarten

Back to school countdown

Clip each pencil on the twine with a clothes pin and hang up your banner.

Such a super cute and easy visual for your kids to get prepared for back to school!

Back to School countdown


I love to see what you create! So be sure to take a photo and tag me on Instagram @ourtiny_nest!

For more back to school ideas check out:

My Back To School Basket

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Spicy Ranch Water

Spicy Ranch Water

Have you tried Ranch Water? It’s a refreshing, low calorie cocktail. I decided to give it a little kick since I have discovered my love of spicy beverage. Scroll down for my easy spicy ranch water recipe anytime you want a nice cool tequila cocktail with a little punch.

What is Ranch Water?

Ranch Water originally was made in Texas out of Topo Chico mineral water, limes and tequila. It was the cattle ranchers preferred beverage to cool off after a long day of working in the heat. With just a few ingredients, it’s super easy to make and is more of like the casual sibling of the margarita.

Spicy Ranch Water

Ranch water on it’s own is very refreshing but I wanted to give it a little extra kick. I’ve never been a fan of spicy things but last year I fell in love with spicy margaritas. A friend of ours gave us a bunch of jalapenos from their garden and I made this Spicy Watermelon Margarita (click here for the recipe).

The jalapenos add a nice heat and are balanced by the coolness of the bubbly Topo Chico so it’s not too incredibly spicy. Rim your glass with a little Tajin seasoning for some salty spice with each sip.

Spicy Ranch Water


  • Topo chico mineral water
  • Blanco tequila (my favorite is Casa Amigos)
  • Lime sliced into wedges
  • 1 jalapeno sliced.
  • Tajin seasoning


1.) Start by rimming your glass with some Tajin seasoning. (I found this Tajin seasoning rimmer on Amazon)

2.) Fill your glass with ice. I like to use a rocks glass, like this set. Squeeze the juice from a wedge of lime and add the lime wedge and a few slices of jalapenos.

3.) Add your tequila. I don’t measure so use your judgement 😉

4.) Fill to the top with Topo Chico and stir.

5.) Add a few more jalapeno slices to garnish.


I love to see what you create so if you try my recipe, take a photo and tag me on Instagram @ourtiny_nest!


Spicy Ranch Water

Spicy Ranch Water


If you love tequila cocktails you may also want to check out

My cucumber elderflower margarita

My pineapple grapefruit paloma

These top margarita recipes


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Back to School Finds for Girls

Back to school finds for girls

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Before you know it, it will be time to send the kids back to school. Here are some of my favorite back to school finds for girls so they go back in style.





Click here to see my back to school finds for boys.

And for a fun back to school idea, check out this back to school basket.

This Back To School Countdown is also a fun way to get the kids excited! Click here!

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