Pumpkin Spice Mix, Green Gypsy Spices
Deliciously spicy and sweet Pumpkin Spice Mix for all your next level sweet bakes. The spicy and cinnamon-like flavor makes Pumpkin Spice Mix delicious to use in cakes, pies, cookies, to pimp your smoothie and even, you won't believe it, in pumpkin dishes.
Deliciously spicy and sweet Pumpkin Spice Mix for all your next level sweet bakes. With its spicy and cinnamon-like flavor, Pumpkin Spice Mix is great to use in cakes, pies, cookies, to pimp your smoothie and even, wouldn't you believe it, in pumpkin dishes.
Our Pumpkin Spice Mix is a big hit with many food bloggers. And that's not surprising: it's much more special than cinnamon, pimping all your sweets is easy, and within no time your house smells like a mix of apple pie and speculaas! This spice mix is our all-rounder when it comes to all your sweet baked goods. It doesn't have to be difficult at all: use it instead of cinnamon and you'll wonder how you managed without it all this time!
Like all our products, our Pumpkin Spice Mix is a pure product, with no added flavours, fragrances or colourings and is 100% spice. We think all those additives are pointless. Our spices do not need any fuss or MSG, they are already delicious on their own!
What are Pumpkin Spice herbs?
Pumpkin Spice is a spicy and slightly sweet spice mixture, which perfectly combines flavours such as nutmeg, coriander, allspice and cinnamon. You can use it instead of cinnamon; think of a simple banana bread with Pumkin Spice Mix, or morning pancakes with some of this spice mix. Another delicious surprise: sprinkle a little Pumpkin Spice Mix through your fruit smoothie for that wow effect!
Pumpkin Spice Mix owes its flavour to the fresh note of bay leaf and coriander, the warmth and spiciness comes from ginger, allspice and cloves give the spice mix a warm and spicy flavour and the cinnamon and star anise finish it off with a sweet, deep flavour.
|Brand||Green Gypsy Spices|
|Diet Type||Low Carb|
|Protein diet: usable in fase||1, 2, 3, 4, After the protein diet|
Go for 1 tbsp in a cake or banana bread or per 8 cookies, use 1 tbsp per person in your pancake batter or throw 1 tsp in your smoothie.
Making granola with Pumpkin Spice Mix? Throw 1 tsp of spice per 100 grams of oatmeal or buckwheat flakes in a baking dish. Top it off with nuts such as almonds, cashews or hazelnuts and, if desired, add some dark chocolate pieces or coconut shavings. For a real sweet tooth, add some honey.
Put the baking dish in the oven for 20 minutes at 180 degrees. Add some raisins or other dried fruits for variation.
Pumpkin Spice latte recipe:
Heat everything up in a small saucepan, stir well and you're ready to go.
Making Pumpkin Puree:
Take 1 pumpkin and cut it into small, equally sized cubes. Grease the pumpkin cubes with oil and roast them in the oven for 20 minutes at 200 degrees, until they are soft. Purée the pumpkin with a blender or hand blender. You can freeze the pumpkin puree for later use.
Cinnamon, nutmeg, coriander, allspice, cloves, ginger, star anise and bay leaf.