Pumpkin pie spice substitute
It never fails, you go to start a recipe and you are missing a key ingredient. Sure, you could run to the store and pick up whatever ingredient you are missing. Or, you can sometimes make a spice blend yourself.
When I typically go to start a pumpkin pie I try to find my pumpkin pie spice. Either I cannot find it in my spice cabinet or my pumpkin pie spice is expired. It is a bit like Groundhog Day over here, as this same scenario happens to me every single year.
Pumpkin pie spice substitute is easy to make at home
The key to making your own spices at home is buying a high-powered blender or spice grinder. The Hamilton Beach all-in-one machine is truly amazing. It comes with three containers to help you tackle all your coffee and spice grinding and smoothie-making needs.
This machinemachine comes with a powerful 2.2HP motor. As soon as you turn the dial you can feel the power. If you need a machine that can do everything in the kitchen, this is the device for you. It grinds, mixes, and also blends. Simply choose the appropriate container and connect it to the base. Each container is made from stainless steel so it is easy to clean and difficult to break. There is a 1/2, a 1 and a 1.5-liter container included. A generous five-year warranty is included with each purchase.
Pumpkin Pie Spice Substitute
You will not believe how easy it is to make your own pumpkin pie substitute. All you need is four ingredients that you most likely have in your spice cabinet. Here is your easy to make pumpkin pie spice substitute:
- 1 cinnamon stick
- 10 cloves
- 1 nutmeg
- 1 tsp ground ginger
Blend all the ingredients in a blender or grinder and keep it in a sealed container.
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If you are more of a visual person, check out this video of how to make this recipe here:
This post is sponsored by Hamilton Beach. I received a Hamilton beach professional juicer mixer grinder in order to create this recipe. All opinions are my own.
This is such a fantastic substitute a store bought pumpkin spice . I love grounding up cinnamon sticks and whole cloves , it really gives a great flavor .
And it makes the house smell amazing!