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  1. Jenni Billings says

    Love those straws!!! =) I’ll be trying this when it cools off. I always make a gingerbread syrup starting around November… This Pumpkin sounds great for October… if I can hold out that long! LOL

  2. Kayla says

    I know this probably sounds ridiculous, but as of right now we don’t have an instant pot (we’re getting one). Until then, what would the cooking instructions be for stove top (if possible?)

    You also asked in a reply if there were any other syrup requests. Do you think maybe there is a way to veganize white mocha? That used to be my go-to drink before going vegan.

    • Kathy Hester says

      The main recipe uses canned coconut milk, so it’s not sweetened. You don’t want sweetened condensed coconut milk or coconut cream.

  3. Jan says

    Sounds fantastic — for us, though, gonna need to figure a substitute for the molasses though…. is it for sweetening or does it serve some other purpose?? Will welcome any ideas or suggestions!! Would dearly love to try this. Thanks!!

  4. EllenEmOHPea says

    HI,
    This recipe looks interesting..
    I am wondering what the calories from fat are or the percentage of fat is for the 30 calories per serving is.

    Thank you
    EllenEmOHPea

    • Kathy Hester says

      You’d need to enter in the ingredients to the nutrition calculator that your Doctor recommends to get that level of detail.

  5. Kristina says

    saving because I KNOW this one is good. I still make that pumpkin caramel all the time. it is that time of year where my IP has a permanent spot on the counter, so I may just make this one tomorrow… πŸ™‚

  6. Sarah says

    So indulging and screams fall, I love the pumpkin twist! Is there any way to make it without an Instant Pot? I didn’t see it in the notes or variations.

  7. Kris says

    I watched your video before making this pumpkin spice syrup. The list of ingredients includes “1 cup unsweetened nondairy milk” but I didn’t see you add that to the mixture. Do I understand from that the milk is added after the syrup comes out of the Instant Pot? Hope so because that is how I made it. Thanks for the recipe.

    • Kathy Hester says

      You are totally right! I tweaked the recipe in the video as I’m likely to do πŸ˜‰

      You can add it before or after though, it will just make the syrup a little thinner than in the video.

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