Copycat Starbucks Caramel Apple Spice

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Copycat Starbucks Caramel Apple Spice with Apples

This homemade Copycat Starbucks Caramel Apple Spice drink may become one of your new favorite warm winter drinks. Made 2 ways with a few simple ingredients.

In essence, Starbucks’ Caramel Apple Spice is made with one cup of apple juice, and one to two tablespoons of Starbucks Cinnamon Dolce Syrup. Then, it’s topped with whipped cream and a swirl of caramel sauce.

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Cranberry Ginger Hibiscus Tea

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For a festive take on hibiscus tea, add fresh ginger and cranberry juice for a cup of tea that is tart, floral, spicy, and slightly sweet. So refreshing!

While in Cabo San Lucas last year, my husband and I tried fresh hibiscus tea for the first time. Ever since, I have been OBSESSED. Seriously, I can’t get enough of it. I’m always on the hunt for the perfect cup of hibiscus tea.

For a festive take on my favorite herbal tea, add some fresh ginger and cranberry juice to hibiscus tea. The hibiscus tea has a tart, floral, and slightly sweet flavor that pairs beautifully with the spicy bite of fresh ginger. Plus, the cranberry juice enhances the flavor of the tea.

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Healthy Pumpkin Spice Frappe

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A budget-friendly and healthy Pumpkin Spice Frappe bursting with the fall flavors you love, like real pumpkin and pumpkin pie spice, that’s only 75 calories!

In case you’ve never had it, a pumpkin spice frappe is made by blending coffee ice cubes, milk, and sweetener with classic fall flavors like pumpkin puree and pumpkin pie spice. To make it even more special, top it with whipped cream and extra pumpkin pie spice.

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Pineapple Water (Agua de Pina)

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Pineapple Water (Agua de Pina) in Mason Jar

Make sweet, refreshing, and delicious Pineapple Water (or Agua de Pina) at home by simply blending fresh pineapple with water and sweetening with sugar.

Agua de Pina is the Spanish name for Pineapple Water. It was introduced to me by a family member who orders it whenever she goes to her favorite Mexican restaurant. She asked if I could figure out how to make it, and I am happy to oblige!

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Taco Bell Pina Colada Frutista Freeze Copycat

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Taco Bell Pina Colada Frutista Freeze Copycat is a quick, easy, and refreshing frozen drink that is especially satisfying during the hot summer months!

To celebrate completing the first month of Mexican May recipes, I’m sharing a quick, easy, and refreshing copycat recipe for Taco Bell’s Pina Colada Frutista Freeze!

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