What is fall baking or fall in general without pumpkin spice?
Apparently, it’s impossible to imagine a world without it. This is the time of Pumpkin Spice: lattes, muffins, tea, cookies, t-shirts, tires, air… It seems like everything must have pumpkin spice in it, on it or under it.
Go Pumpkin Spice or Go Home!
So in the interest of this seemingly world- wide obsession, I am submitting to you, a recipe of how to make your own pumpkin spice.
I find that making your own pumpkin spice is much more economical than buying it at the store. A small tin costs almost $5 and is gone in the blink of an eye if you make any of the pumpkin recipes I’ve posted previously.
So, here we go.
You will need a mason jar or similar container, a permanent marker for labeling and this recipe.
3 Tbsp Cinnamon
1.5 Tbsp Allspice
1.5 Tbsp Cloves
2 Tbsp Nutmeg
2 Tbsp Ginger
Pour into jar, and use again and again for all your pumpkin spice needs!
Note: In above pictures, recipe was multiplied by 3 for my needs at the time and filled 1 avg. sized mason jar and 6 small spice jars with a bit left over.
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I am embarrassed to admit I did not know you could make your own pumpkin pie spice. ( I also grew up thinking mayonnaise could only be made in factories…..)
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