Paleo-Friendly Drinks for Halloween

When October is near, you might want to start enjoying fall and Halloween drinks like apple cider and pumpkin spice lattes. Unfortunately, many of the traditional ways to make these drinks are not Paleo-approved. Here are some alternatives to have many of the Halloween and fall favorites without going off the Paleo diet.

Paleo Spiced Cider

Spiced Cider

If you enjoy apple cider, you can absolutely have it for Halloween! This is fun to make when you are carving pumpkins, having your dessert after trick-or-treating, or to enjoy during a Halloween party or other special event.

To make the cider, you will use some organic, all-natural apple cider with no sugar added or preservatives. You can make it from scratch, but using organic bottled cider saves you a lot of time! To that you will add some cinnamon sticks, allspice berries, cardamom pods, and grated nutmeg. For adults, you can also add in a little bit of spiced rum.

Pumpkin Tea Latte

Regular pumpkin spice latte coffees use dairy and some other ingredients you can’t necessarily have on the Paleo diet. However, you can make a Paleo-friendly version with tea and some spices. To make pumpkin spice tea, you will want to use an organic black tea, along with coconut milk and coconut oil, pure maple syrup, and vanilla bean powder. Add in seasonings like ground cinnamon, ground cloves, and ground nutmeg. Brew your tea and add the other ingredients, straining it before serving.

Pumpkin Spice Latte

Pumpkin Spice Latte

Now for an actual pumpkin spice latte! This gives you the caffeine you crave and that pumpkin spice flavor you want without using any sugar or dairy. For a pumpkin spice latte on the Paleo diet, you will need coconut milk, vanilla, nutmeg and cinnamon, ginger, coconut whipped cream, and some pumpkin puree. Combine your coffee with those ingredients in a pot and heat it up. Pour it into a coffee cup and top with your coconut whipped cream and other seasonings.

These drinks are simple to make, don’t require a lot of ingredients you don’t already have, and can really help you enjoy Halloween. Whether you are an adult looking to spike your drink with some rum, or you want to serve the kids a fun pumpkin-flavored tea, these are ideal for the Halloween season.

This is a good reminder that all your favorite things have an alternative that is healthier and Paleo-friendly.

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