Fall is here and today is National Pumpkin Spice Day. To be honest, we’re not a fan of the typical PSL drink, but we do love the spice blend in a variety of sweets. Try these recipes with pumpkin spice.
Celebrate fall and winter with this warm-tasting spice bundt cake doused in a stunning cream cheese glaze.
The easiest winter dessert recipe? Gingerbread poached pears. Infused with a gingerbread spice tea, these pears will feed all of your guests and can even be made ahead of time. Or, enjoy for breakfast with yogurt.
Full of flavor, thanks to the addition of a gingerbread spice tea, these gingerbread muffins are soft and topped with a sweet crumble so they are sure to be a holiday hit.
Start an autumn day off on the right foot with this warmly-spiced smoothie.
Whip up an easy, gluten free mini pumpkin cake loaded with warm spices and flavors that is perfect with a warm cup of tea and shared with just a few friends.
What’s better than a pumpkin spice latte during the fall? A pumpkin spice latte with booze of course.
Full of lovely fall flavors, this homemade pumpkin spice creamer can be made with non-dairy milks and is a great addition to your morning coffee.
This drink screams of summer. With tropical flavors of fresh lime, mango, and tajin spices, this vodka cocktail is ready to be made and sipped away under the sun.
In one pot, make delicious spiced Mexican quinoa and serve with avocado and cilantro over a salad, in a tortilla, or on its own.
Combine favorite seasonal flavors in a fun new way with a spiced apple and cabbage sauerkraut. It is packed with probiotics and a great topping.
A simple spaghetti and meatball recipe is revamped with pumpkin and served as an elegant meal with a sweet finish of chocolate dipped gingerbread biscotti.
Pears are poached until soft in white wine and spices and then baked into a soft ginger bread cake.
A soft clafoutis with sweet potato and apple has all the flavors of autumn pies in one. Full of spices, it is the perfect addition to your morning coffee.
Make your own taco seasoning to have on had for beautifully flavored tacos or fajitas. Our favorite ingredient may be the cinnamon or that we can adjust the heat to our liking.
Sweet summer tomatoes are filled with herbed and spiced quinoa and baked with parmesan cheese for a delightful and filling side dish.
Fritters are always a fun way to showcase seasonal vegetables with a delicious sauce. Try these crispy cauliflower fritters served with a squeeze of lemon juice or a bold garlic aioli.
A tart sauce with the addition of spicy chilis is a great way to use up an abundance of tomatoes. Plus, it goes great on sandwiches, with grilled meats, or with dosas.
Burgers receive a delicious flavor punch from blue cheese, basil, and red pepper in the patties.
A common street food, Mughlai paratha is shallow fried with delicious, peppery fillings. Try the buttery flatbread with a simple potato curry or chutney.
Spices and herbs are great flavor conductors in the kitchen. With a dash, spices allow us to elevate inexpensive dishes, here are 15 interesting facts.
A rich smoothie made with almond milk and a blend of satisfying spices that are perfect to comfort or refresh whether spring has arrived for you yet or not.
A coriander spiced soup that is easy to make with simple ingredients. Be sure to do it up with fun toppings like cheesy croutons and fresh herbs.
Juicy, tender, and comforting Roasted Chicken with citrusy and spiced flavor. Try this low-maintenance, time saving, weeknight dinner recipe.
This cake has all the flavors of cooler weather. A little cinnamon, toasted nuts, and sweet maple syrup form the medley completed with maple icing.
Apple cake with cookie butter in the batter is swirled with a spiced cheesecake. Cinnamon whipped cream, walnuts and cookies finish this decadent dessert.
This buttermilk spice cake is a beautiful holiday treat. Follow Bowen’s solid baking tips to learn how to create delicious cakes all season long.
As good as you would find at the best street stall, this golden fried chicken with added spice is sure to make your mouth water.
It’s like a pumpkin spice latte for your breakfast. Only healthier and more filling.
Caramelized meatballs come together in a flash with grated onion to keep them tender. Sweet and a bit spicy, these mini meatballs are anything but boring.
An easy vegan appetizer that goes great with just about any dipping sauce. Spice it up with a variety of vegetables and chilies.
A Denver based company, Savory Spice shop has expanded around the country. Their inspiring blends can be found in many home and professional kitchens.
An exciting salad with falafel spiced, roasted chickpeas and a generous tahini dressing. Add seasonal vegetables to make it an easy warm-weather meal.
Crispy skin and creamy centers, smashed potatoes are bursting with Indian spices from the garlic, turmeric and cumin.
Parsnip cake-The sweeter and arguably more sophisticated cousin of carrot cake, turned gluten free.
The Moroccan spice blend, Ras el Hanout, combines over 30 spices to create an aromatic addition to a variety of dishes.
A delicious pumpkin spice cake recipe from dessert expert Tamara Novacoviç.
Made with almond flour and eggs, and no refined sugar, these moist, spicy cupcakes keep you satisfied for a while without throwing you under a sugar roller coaster.
This rich, custard-base ice cream takes pumpkin desserts to a whole new level. Just be patient with letting the custard cool.
This time of year, everything is better with pumpkin – even breakfast. And the spices in the scone and the chai flavors in the glaze give this pastry some zing.
These individually-sized cakes cook in the microwave in under two minutes for nearly instant gratification of a sweet and seasonal craving.
This recipe offers a range of sugar for you to adjust the level of sweetness so this seasonal treat can be an indulgent breakfast or a decadent dessert.
Thandai is a refreshing beverage made with milk that is infused with almond and other spices popular in northern India.
This vegan, gluten-free granola is not super sweet but it is nutty and crunchy and totally flavorful.
This decadent dessert is delicious even if you skip the bourbon, but it’s even better if you don’t.
The key to fudge is patience: letting the mixture boil to the right temperature without stirring and waiting for it to cool over the course of hours.
Pumpkin spice makes everything better, even donut holes, which are nearly perfect to begin with.
The popular pumpkin spice fad meets the timeless classic chocolate chip in this delicious cookie.
This is not the sticky-sweet pumpkin bread that doubles as dessert, it’s subtle and serious with an extra layer of pumpkin flavor from the beer.
If you put it in a sterilized glass and keep it in the fridge, your syrup can keep up to 2 weeks.
The pecan nut topping became slightly caramelized in the oven under its maple syrup coating, and added great crunch to the cake.
Crisp, yet tender fresh market vegetables packed with flavor and drizzled with a spicy cilantro herb sauce for a delicious herbaceous tang.
This dough is very easy to work with and is perfect for the cooks that have been apprehensive to make cinnamon rolls.
A spicy cake filled with almond paste, covered in coloured icing and topped with rich buttercream.
A luscious chocolate mousse sitting atop a fudgy cake, shot through with cracked black pepper. Not for the faint-hearted.
An apple and spice muffin recipe for those of us who just can’t wait for autumn.
Kulsum Kunwa tosses together a simple roasted tomato salad, but adds a slight Indian twist to make it more interesting.