‘Tis the season of holidays and pumpkin spice! With the advent of cold weather, holiday celebrations, and a growing desire for seasonal treats, we find ourselves coming up with plenty of excuses to get our fill of treats. In this blog, we share some of favorite our recipes that feed into the pumpkin spice mania of this time of the year. If you’re interested, click on the items in each section to pull up their recipes.
Warm up with a seasonal favorite, Pumpkin Spice Latte, or treat yourself to a little extra flavor in your hot cocoa! Whether it’s to complement a meal, enjoy a drink in good company, or spruce up a holiday cocktail like a white Russian, pumpkin spice works wonders when mixed into a beverage.
Pumpkin Spice Latte – The ever-popular drink that Starbucks turned into a seasonal addiction.
Pumpkin Spiced Hot Cocoa – A classic, comforting drink with a dash of pumpkin.
Spiced White Russian – This one is for adults only! A delicious twist on White Russians.
Sometimes, you just have the desire to nibble on something delectable or maybe you’re in charge of bringing snacks to a get together. Whip up these quick and easy recipes with a pumpkin theme and enjoy!
Pumpkin Spice Candied Almonds – Almonds are good for you, right?
Pump-corn – A pumpkin take on popcorn and a movie.
Pumpkin Pie Wontons! – Magical, deep-fried goodness with maple dip.
If baking is a hobby of yours or you have a sharp sweet tooth, warm that oven up! From scones and cookies to sumptuous cheesecake, these recipes will send the wonderful smell of pumpkin wafting through your kitchen.
Pumpkin Scones – Savory, baked breakfast goods to start your day off right.
Pumpkin Spice Cheesecake – Seasonal cheesecake that embodies decadence.
Pumpkin Spice Cookies – Pumpkin snickerdoodles with serious flavor! Grab your glass of milk.
We also wanted to include a couple of unique recipes. A little extra warmth for the soul and stomach is always appreciated.
Sweet Spiced Butternut Squash Soup – A unique Thanksgiving meal addition.
Pumpkin Chili – Special chili in Texas? There will be no leftovers.