It’s that time of year and everyone is sipping on pumpkin this and eating pumpkin that. Today I’m going to show you how to make Pumpkin Pie Spice that’s delicious and top 8 allergy free. What I personally enjoy about this recipe: it’s cost effective, it’s safe for many, and it’s very versatile. You can sprinkle it where ever you’d like and boom, you’ve got fall flavor. This recipe is featured as an ingredient in the Gluten Free Pumpkin Bread Recipe.
As promised, here’s the link to the shaker we use in the video. I LOVE these.
Free From: Wheat/Gluten, Dairy, Egg, Soy, Tree Nut (including Coconut), Peanut, Fish, Shellfish, Top 8 Allergens, Sesame, Alliums, Apple, Avocado, Banana, Beans & Lentils, Berries, Buckwheat, Cane/Refined Sugar, Celery, Citrus, Corn, Cruciferous, Garlic, Legume, Lupin, Mushroom, Mustard, Nightshade, Oat, Onion, Pea & Pea Protein, Potato (Nightshade Variety), Poultry, Red Meat, Rice, Squash & Gourd, Strawberry, Sweet Potato & Yam, Tapioca/Cassava/Yuca/Manioc, Tomato, Yeast
Friendly To: Diabetic, EOE, FPIES, Fructose Intolerance, GAPs, Low Histamine, Paleo, SCD, Vegan
Compatible With: AIP Paleo, Seed Free
For Seed Free: Omit the nutmeg.
For AIP Paleo: Omit the allsipce and nutmeg. Use a little extra ginger to round out the recipe.
Related Recipe: Dairy Free Pumpkin Pudding
A Bit More About This Pumpkin Pie Spice Recipe
Homemade pumpkin pie spice has the upper-hand in my opinion because you can tailor it to your specific needs and tastes. With store bought pumpkin pie spice, you’re stuck with their blend. In fact, this is true of all spice blends which is why we mostly avoid them on RAISE.
After looking over our spice mix, you can alter as you see fit. The nice thing is, you have a good example of balanced ratios. Cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, allsipce, and cloves are the foundation of pumpkin pie spice. However, you’ll still love a seed free version or ginger free version for those of you who need to adapt.
Related Recipe: Pumpkin Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe
How To Use Pumpkin Pie Spice
Thanks to Starbucks, everyone NEEDS a pumpkin spice latte these days, but not everyone can have them. Plus, there’s a lot of sugar in those drinks. You can use this blend of fall spices to make flavorful safe and delicious drinks at home. For those of you who may be AIP Paleo, Paleo, Keto, GAPs, or SCD, having a spice blend like this on hand can be a game changer. It allows you to get very creative in the kitchen whilst staying within your limitations.
A quick tip before the video: Especially where desserts are concerned, you can use your pumpkin pie spice blend for a delicious result. This blend would also be nice on spiced nuts if you make those at home, in pancakes, and in waffles too. This spice blend can be used in recipes that are, and are not calling for pumpkin.