5 Natural Fall Coffee Flavors To Add To Mama Roast

5 Natural Fall Coffee Flavors To Add To Mama Roast

Happy Fall Seasonal Mama!

Fall is finally here and the crisp air has this village craving all of fall’s signature flavors.

There’s no better way to get warm and cozy than with a full-flavored fall-inspired cup of coffee to start your day.

Pro Mama tip: indulgences do NOT have to equal guilty pleasures.

At Gimmie 5 Minutes, we believe that natural ingredients are the key to a healthy lifestyle. But hey, let’s treat ourselves and make it fun.

Here are 5 organic ways to enjoy your Mama Roast this fall.

Pumpkin Pie Spice

Ahh, the PSL. A seasonal favorite. Enjoy all the flavors of the signature fall treat in your morning cup.

Stop by Whole Foods, Sprouts, or your local market to pick up a shaker of this perfectly concocted spice mix. Keep a bottle on hand and add a few sprinkles to sweeten up your morning.

(Enjoy with a slice of pie for breakfast, you deserve it.)

Fresh Cinnamon Stick

A staple for fall. Cinnamon is a great antioxidant and helps with digestion. Feeling under the weather? Let a stick of whole cinnamon steep in your Mama Roast for a rejuvenating treat from the inside out.


Much like cinnamon, cardamom is a super spice that has some pretty sweet health benefits too.

This floral spice comes from the ginger family, and beautifully compliments coffee’s natural fruity bitterness.

Maple Syrup

Who says sweets aren't good for you? Maple syrup is a natural sweetener that….

Skip the sugar and stir in a tablespoon of maple syrup for a sweet treat without the guilt.

Cocoa Powder

Mocha season is right around the corner. There’s nothing we love more than a little chocolate divulgence. Natural cocoa powder has a slight bitterness that supports skin and heart health, and a sweetness that supports the soul.

Sprinkle a small amount into your Mama Roast and add more to taste.

Show us your cup!

How do you drink your Mama Roast?

Show us your fall favorites and be entered for a chance to win a free bag.

With love and (spiced) coffee,

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