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October: A Month of Pumpkins, Day 4, Pumpkin Pie Spice

Pumpkin Pie Spice

Pumpkin Pie Spice

Sprinkle Pumpkin Pie Spice over whipped cream in a coffee drink!

Make the Pumpkin Pie Spice early in the month! We are going to use it in many recipes to come!

4 tbsp cinnamon

8 tsp ginger

2 tsp allspice

2 tsp nutmeg

2 tsp cloves

Combine all ingredients in a jar and shake well.

Use within 6 months!

I absolutely LOVE it!

6 Responses to “October: A Month of Pumpkins, Day 4, Pumpkin Pie Spice”

  1. GeorgieMoon

    I can’t understand the obsession with pumpkins with you guys ‘over the pond’. In the U.K. hardly anyone ever cooks with them, we never eat pumpkin pie. They are just round orange objects that appear in the shops and people think they should buy one to display for one day – Halloween.

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  2. Elaine - I used to be indecisive

    Following on from GeorgieMoon’s comment, I think pumpkins have only appeared here in the UK relatively recently, in response to them being used as Hallowe’en decorations. Probably most people who carve them to make a lantern end up throwing away the insides!

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