Sunday, September 21, 2008

Froth on the Pumpkin

Based on all your comments, you are OK with my pumpkin obsession...so more pumpkin delights to come! This morning I delighted in a delicious cup of pumpkin spice coffee. My favorite part was the froth that graced the top! I created the fluffiness with one of the best kitchen gadgets ever...the mini frother! In all it's battery powered glory, it allows me to create coffee house drinks in my own kitchen. I highly recommend getting one if you are a coffee lover. Mine came from IKEA!
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10 comments:

VeggieGirl said...

HOORAY FOR MORE PUMPKIN!! :0D

Reeni said...

I love those nifty little gadgets! Another hooray for pumpkin!

Jessie said...

Pumpkin is the only reason why to not hate on the fall season because you can make pumpkin anything and get away with it! I love pumpkin. pumpkin spice lattes, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin cheesecake.. I got a tad carried away there for a sec!

Meghann said...

haha yes.. please keep the pumpkin items coming :)

oatmeal said...

I'm definitely not complaining about the pumpkin obsession! The pumpkin spiced coffee looks sooo good with the froth and all! And the frother looks like something I might abuse to no end 'cause it's so fun looking! XD

Danielle said...

Pumpkin! Pumpkin! Pumpkin! I love that I don't have to feel embarrassed about getting excited about food here! ;)

Kait said...

First of all, this drink sounds wonderful! But I also have that frother from IKEA and haven't used it yet -- now I have some motivation to really try it. Thanks!

Pumpkin said...

I have one of those frothers! Not quite the same as steam-foamed milk, but close enough that it has saved me hundreds of dollars that I would have otherwise spent on lattes!

I can't wait to see your other pumpkin delights! I'll have some coming myself!

Gloria Chadwick said...

I love coffee. I've never put pumpkin in it, but it looks really good. Let's see...Dallas is only a five-hour drive from San Antonio. I'll be over for pumpkin coffee in the morning. :)
BTW, you've won an award! Come on over and see what it is. I'll give you a hint: It's delicious and it's chocolate. Wonder how chocolate and pumpkin would taste together?

jdbauer said...

I need to say thank you. Thank you for reminding me that I have this frother buried in my bottom kitchen drawer. It's never been opened because I forgot I received as a Hanukkah present last year. OK it was technically given for Christmas from my mother in law, but seeing as the receiver is Jewish I call it a Hanukkah gift.

Keep on pumpkin!