Pumpkin Spice and everything Nice is what today is all about here at The Cottage Market! I have teamed up with my friends and we are bringing you a new Mason Jar Creation every day so be sure to check their creations out at the end of this post. I have a simple recipe for Pumpkin Spice that will spice up your Fall Culinary Masterpieces. We even have a pretty Free Printable Label in 2 Mason Jar Lid sizes and a 1 1/2 inch Label if you want to tie a hang tag on our spice. This way you can give these as gifts in a special way and of course you can use them for yourself. So come on in and snatch it up…you are going to need it for the rest of the Pumpkin Spice Creations I have for you this week! Then the Free Printable Labels are waiting for you below…just click on the size you need… “save as” and print ENJOY!
This is just so easy to make…you will have it done in minutes! You Pumpkin Pie is going to be very happy being matched up with blend! If you are not fond of one of the spices…just leave it out…I am not a Clove lover…so I leave it out and add an extra teaspoon of Cinnamon…you can do the same…Cinnamon is always my go to. Stay tuned for yummy recipes that will use this Spice Mixture in them. You are going to be so ready for Fall! Sprinkle a touch on you next Pumpkin Latte.
- 4 Tablespoon of Ground Cinnamon
- 2 Teaspoons of Ground Ginger
- 1½ Teaspoons of Ground Nutmeg
- 1 Teaspoon of Ground All Spice
- 1 Teaspoon of Ground Cloves
- Place all the ingredients into a small bowl mix well and voila! I actually like to put all of the ingredients into a sifter and sift into the bowl. I feel as though the distribution of spices is better.
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Angie Holden says
YUM!! Yes please!
Ooh! Awesome recipe!
It's me says
Yes i see it now…i miss this post thanks for your email…i Will try to make this love love love Ria ❤️❤️❤️
Great idea, I think you should sell this and your other recipes this week in stores! Your labels are always so beautiful.