Sweet and fragrant with the big knock out flavor notes of Allspice, Clove and Ginger,
this blend is designed to harmonize with rich cream and fruit flavors. It works well
in tarts, pies, muffin mixes, whipped cream and make at home lattes.
Made with organic and commercial spices Allspice, Ginger, Cinnamon, and Clove.
Presented in our reseal/ silver vapor barrier pouch. Net weight 1.5 ounces, 42 grams.
Priced at $6.75. Available in a larger 4 ounce size for $12, 00
Hand blended & packed in the US.
The Story Behind The Blend:
For years, I avoided making Pumpkin Pie, until I found this super simple pate brisee recipe.
After a lot of experimentation, I realized there were a couple of secrets to pie making:
a great crust, a compelling main element like really, really ripe fruit and super-fresh flavorful spices.
For a dessert that uses a lot of cream like pumpkin pie, you need a seasoning with oomph!
To make our Pumpkin Pie spice blend special we blended Allspice and Cinnamon. Layered together
they bring out that unique “cooking in the kitchen” holiday aroma we all remember and love. But what
really makes this blend a work is the Clove. It harmonizes nicely with the Cinnamon and adds a nice depth.
Once we lightened it up with a snap of Ginger it became much more versatile. The result is a seasoning that
lends great flavor to berries, apples, pumpkin and butternut squash!
Posted by M San Francisco on 8th Jul 2012
I had to make two desserts for Thanksgiving and added some of
the pumpkin pie spice to give them an an extra lift. Despite
having to cook dairy-free and gluten-free, my huckleberry pie and
apple tarts were a hit with my guests because of the addition of
the excellent pumpkin pie spice mix. It will definitely fulfill the
high-flavor quotient of whatever you are baking.
Posted by A.W. San Diego on 8th Jul 2012
"Simple Fresh and Good" remain my mantra of cooking. I typically
buy my spices in bulk at a local store and I've always avoided
buying premade blends but your spices have truly amazed me
with their complexity and depth of taste. Even something as
mundane as pumpkin pie blend surprised me with a nuttiness that
I had not appreciated before.