When the sun shines in Colorado, it gives off an orange glow: An

by Lauren Beecham article When the sky is orange, and the ground is brown, it’s the season to make a few pumpkin spice lattes.

This year, we have the perfect weather to make the seasonal refreshment.

The sun shines through the clouds in a bright orange color, and earth is covered with orange and brown leaves and flowers.

If you don’t have a pumpkin spice latte, you can also make them from scratch with a few simple ingredients.

But there’s a lot more to making an orange latte than just pumpkin.

Instead of baking the lattes in the oven, you could just chill them in the refrigerator.

Here are the steps to make an orange pumpkin latte.

Step 1: Start by combining your pumpkin seeds, orange zest, and orange juice in a blender or food processor until they’re finely chopped.

Step 2: Mix your almond milk, maple syrup, and vanilla extract together until you have a smooth batter.

Step 3: Add the powdered sugar and pumpkin to the bowl of a stand mixer.

Step 4: Add your almond flour and mix until you’ve combined it well.

Step 5: Add in your cinnamon and cloves.

Step 6: Add a little of your water to the almond flour mixture and mix again.

Step 7: Add water to your mixture and continue mixing until you reach a soft dough.

Step 8: Add some of your melted coconut oil, and mix the dough into the dough.

I just rolled the dough out into a ball and then kneaded it until it became smooth.

Next, roll out your pumpkin into a long rectangle about 4 inches in length.

Place it in the bowl with your pumpkin.

Step 9: Fold the pumpkin dough over the pumpkin.

Place the pumpkin on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, and let it bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes.

Step 10: Remove the parchment paper from the baking sheet and let the pumpkin cool for at least 5 minutes.