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This spice blend is wonderful on anything you might typically top with cinnamon, like your coffee or oatmeal. Stir a pinch into yogurt or mix with a bit of sugar and turn basic cinnamon toast into something a little more fall-flavorful!

I hate using store bought pumpkin spice because I find it very bland in flavor. This was what I felt pumpkin spice should be. I made it yesterday and threw out my store bought. Thank you for the recipe.

SBA recipes are instant upgrades from all else. i understand if all the specific ingredients (cloves, ginger, etc.) are listed on a recipe to total them, cinnamon included, for replacement. what about when a recipe calls for pumpkin pie spice and cinnamon do i still want to total them or would i add the additional cinnamon in that situationPS my kids have me make your pumpkin pie and pumpkin chocolate chip cookies year round, no matter the season!

Ingredients: Whole grain wheat, sugar, contains 2% or less of brown rice syrup, cinnamon, ginger, gelatin, nutmeg, allspice, natural flavor, annatto extract color, BHT for freshness. Vitamins and Minerals: Reduced iron, folic acid.

The perfect spice for your pumpkin pie is great on oatmeal too. Try it on vanilla ice cream, in coffee, cookies, french toast and more. Our take on this holiday blend features cassia cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, nutmeg, ginger and allspice.

Making pumpkin pie spice blend is easy, and I bet you have everything you need to make it already sitting in your spice cabinet! Use this spice blend and add a warm, toasty flavor to muffins, quick breads, cakes, coffee drinks, savory dishes, and my favorite, pumpkin pie! Jump to the Pumpkin Pie Spice Recipe

Making pumpkin pie spice is easy, and I bet you have everything you need to make it already sitting in your spice cabinet! Use this spice blend and add a warm, toasty flavor to muffins, quick breads, cakes, coffee drinks, savory dishes, and my favorite, pumpkin pie! Use this blend whenever pumpkin pie spice blend is called for or use it as a substitution for cinnamon.

This recipe makes 3 Tablespoons. I felt like this was a good amount and gives you enough for a couple pumpkin recipes. Of course you can always double or even triple the recipe if you need a bigger batch.

I love this! Thanks so much for sharing! So many recipes I see call for pumpkin pie spice, but it can be expensive in stores, but this version is so much easier and contains spices I already have on hand in my pantry!

Place the ground cinnamon, ground nutmeg, ground cloves, and ground allspice in a small bowl. Ground ginger tends to form small clumps so sift the ginger into the same small bowl using a fine-mesh strainer.

Based on the expiration dates of the individual spices, the spice blend will last about 1-2 years in an airtight container (plastic container or small jar). Store the spice blend in a cool dry place away from heat or direct sunlight.

If a recipe calls for store-bought pumpkin spice you can use this pumpkin pie spice blend as a 1:1 substitution. For recipes that call for a combination of spices (cinnamon, ginger, cloves, etc.), add the total amount of spices by volume and use an equal amount of this spice mix instead. For example, my pumpkin muffins use about 3-1/2 teaspoons of spices, so you would use 3-1/2 teaspoons of this pumpkin pie spice instead.

Hi Karen, allspice is a spice made from berries. You should be able to find it in many grocery stores. Here is also a link- -Everyday-Value-Organic-Allspice/dp/B074H6X59P/ref=sr_1_5_0o_wfdchild=1&keywords=allspice&qid=1633376793&sr=8-5

Pumpkin pie spice is a blend of sweet spices that makes your recipes burst with the favorite flavors of Fall. You can buy a bottle of pumpkin pie spice, but in under 5 minutes you can easily make your own using spices that are likely to already be in your pantry. I like to make this spice mix each year so it's available for adding instant flavor to seasonal cooking.

There are many uses for pumpkin pie spice that go way beyond its obvious use in pumpkin pie. You can add it to many foods and recipes to give them a distinctively yummy, seasonal flavor. Add it to:

A quick, fun gift to have on hand. I like to make up a few additional jars of pumpkin spice mix that are handy when I need a quick gift. With no cooking required, this is a DIY gift that's as easy as it gets. This spice blend is a versatile seasonal gift for hosts/hostesses, neighbors, teachers, co-workers and friends. Further down in the post, you'll find printable labels for adding a finishing touch to your spice jars.

If you're making a big batch of this for gift giving, you may want to purchase spices in bulk; especially cinnamon and ginger, since the recipe requires more of those than anything else. Penzeys is my favorite spice source. Big box stores like Costco and Sam's sell spices in large quantities. Amazon is a good source of organic spices in small and large quantities.

Step 2. Add the ground spices to a bowl and whisk them until they're combined and there are no lumps. If you're making a big batch, you can also combine the spices in a food processor--the quickest way to thoroughly mix the spices and remove lumps.

For a finishing touch, I like to label my jars. That way they're easy to identify on my shelf and are ready for gift giving, too. This spice blend is a unique gift that is fun to share. Going to a party Grab one of these to take as a perfect host/hostess gift. Having a Fall wedding or baby shower Give these jars out as favors to your guests. Need a little something for a teacher, co-worker, or neighbor Print the labels and stick them on the lids of each jar--easy!

Print recipePin recipe on Pinterest Pumpkin Pie Spice MixBy Monica Servings: makes 1/2 cupIngredientsTHESE ARE ALL DRY GROUND SPICES.ONE 4 oz. BATCH:1/4 cup cinnamon2 tablespoons ginger1 tablespoon cloves1 teaspoon nutmeg1 teaspoon allspice1 teaspoon maceFOUR 4 oz. BATCHES1 cup cinnamon1/2 cup ginger1/4 cup cloves1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon nutmeg1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon allspice1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon maceDirectionsWhisk spices together in a bowl, or blend in a food processor. Store in an airtight container. 4 oz mason jars are the perfect size for a single batch.Make a bigger batch to have extra jars for gifts. Printable labels for jars available in original post: recipePin recipe on Pinterest

The taste of pumpkin flavor is moderate. Not loud or harsh, yet neither quiet nor lost. I like how the flavor is sweet and not too spicy. I also like how the crisps, for one reason or another, retain enough of that flavor to not make for a disjointed finish with the Pringles-tasting base. With just a pinch of salt, the ratio of sweet-salty is actually in favor of the former, making for a lighter taste than one usually associates with popping the top. For those of you keeping score at home, this was a much better crisp than the Pringles Cinnamon & Sugar.

can we also substitute ground cloves addition to these ingredients if yes, at what ratio btw i searched on the int like one hour to find the most truthful ratio about the pumpkin spice cause i am obsessed with spices esp the ones for desserts like apple pie/gingerbread/pumpkin pie etc. and find this site love it so much, the treats are so close to me, thanks for these beautiful recipes

To make this blend simply place all of the spices in a jar and give it a shake until the spices are combined. Store it in an airtight jar. It will keep for several months but I recommend making small batches to use up quickly so the flavors stay vibrant.

This spice blend is easily customizable. For a more intense flavor you can increase the allspice and cloves, and for a softer, warmer flavor you can increase the cinnamon. You can play with the spice ratios and tailor it to your own tastes.

To add a dash of warmth and flavor to your desserts, add some pumpkin spice to your muffins, cakes, cookies, banana bread, waffles, pancakes, rice krispie treats, French toast, and of course your pumpkin or sweet potato pie.

With it now officially being Autumn in the Northern Hemisphere (and at Starbucks), I know that a lot of people will be doing a lot of baking with pumpkin. One of the ingredients that very often accompanies pumpkin is pumpkin pie spice.

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