Pumpkin Spice Fizz

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This week I made my Sweet’N Low Pumpkin Spice Fizz as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars. All opinions are my own.#SweetNLowStars 

Fall will be here before you know it and I want to start thinking about fall cocktails for Halloween and Thanksgiving dinner. I searched online for fall cocktails, but most of them were filled with sugar and extremely fattening. I decided to mix a fall drink that is diabetic friendly and perfect for a girl’s night in, Halloween party, or Thanksgiving dinner.


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I started  my drink recipe with pumpkin spread that can be used on bread or crackers as well.

Pumpkin Spice Fizz Ingredients

  • 1 oz vodka
  • 6 oz sparkling wine (used Processco)
  • 1 heaping teaspoon pumpkin mixture
  • 1 packet of SweetN Low
  • 2 teaspoons of pumpkin pie spice
  • Oversized ice cube

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Pumpkin Spread

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Instructions for Pumpkin Spread

  1. Combine 1 can pumpkin (not pie mix), 1/2 cup water, 20 packets SweetN Low, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 1/2 teaspoon ginger, 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg, and 1/4 teaspoon cloves to make sweetened pumpkin spread.
  2. Place sweetened pumpkin spread in a microwave-safe bowl and cook for 20 minutes stirring frequently until thick enough so it does not run off a spoon when turned upside down.
  3. Transfer to sterile containers and chill in the refrigerator until mixing the drinks.
  4. Use 1 teaspoon pumpkin spice and 1/2 packet Sweet’N Low to a small plate and shake to mix the 2 together. Wet the outside rim of the glass with a fresh lime wedge. Hold the glass parallel to the table and dab the rim into the pumpkin spice mixture so that only the outer edge is covered.
  5. Place the vodka, pumpkin spread 1 teaspoon pumpkin spice, and 1 packet of Sweet’N Low in the bottom of a wine glass. Stir well.
  6. Top with 4 oz. of sparkling wine, add oversized ice cube, and then add the remainder of the 2 oz. sparkling wine to the glass.

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21 thoughts on “Pumpkin Spice Fizz”

  1. Hi, I Hope you are Having A Lovely Day Today! I Love Fall; it’s Absolutely My Favorite Time of Year! I am Probablly the Only Person in the World who Doesn’t Like Summer, Mainly b/c I Hate the Hot Weather! I Love Fall & Winter, Seeing the Falling Leaves & Snow is the Best Part of the Seasons! I Love Autumn b/c it’s a Time for Family Get Togethers & the Leaves Turn Jeweled Tone Colors! We Always have a Big Halloween Costume Party at Our House and My Whole Family Comes & We Judge who has the Best Costumes! It is So Funny b/c the Costumes Have to be Made Up of Items Already in their House, So Nobody Gets to Wear Anything they Purchased from a Store! I Love Decorating Our House with Orange Lights & Scary Decorations but the Best Part is When My Mom & I Make Spooky Looking Food & Drinks! We make Orange Punch & Put a Frozen Grape Juice Hand in the Punch (It’s Simply Grape Juice Frozen in a Rubber Glove, Remove the Glove & Put in the Punch!) We Also Make Creepy Baked Goods, Like Cupcakes with Green Slime Frosting & a Gummy Worm Coming Out of the Top! Anyways, I Think this Pumpkin Spice Fizz Sounds Like the Type of Drink My Family Would Love; I Could Even Make a Virgin Version for the Kids! I am Definitely Going to Write this Recipe Down & If you have Anymore Fall Festive Foods I Would Love to Hear About Them Too! Thanks So Much & Have a Blessed Day! Jana

  2. Well this is something different. My BIL loves to serve drinks at his parties and I’ll have to share this with him. Thanks for sharing your recipe on Merry Monday.


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