About Pumpkin Pie Spice
Your first thought might be *Starbucks* when you hear pumpkin spice, but this flavor goes far beyond a seasonal latte. Besides being a key ingredient in (you guessed it) pumpkin pie, this spice blend can be used to make other treats like pumpkin bread, carrot cake, muffins, and cheesecake. The flavor of pumpkin pie spice is warm, earthy and sweet — the classic blend of cinnamon, ginger, clove, and nutmeg coming through clearly.
The utility of pumpkin pie spice doesn’t begin and end with dessert. It can also be added to your meat marinades, pumpkin soup recipes, and roasted root vegetable dishes. Mix it into your waffles or pancakes, make candied nuts with it, or use it to season your popcorn. And try our Pumpkin Pie Smoothie recipe for a healthy treat that tastes like dessert!
Pumpkin Cream CheeseIf you want to give your plain bagels and cream cheese a little pick-me-up, this pumpkin cream cheese recipe is easy and delicious. It only takes a few extra minutes to prepare and is a real breakfast treat.
Pumpkin Pie SmoothieWhenever I’m tired of a traditional fruit smoothie and want something a little more festive, I make this pumpkin pie smoothie. All you have to do is keep a can of pumpkin purée in the pantry and freeze a few...