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So, I’m somewhat passionate about spices and herbs. So much so that I even have an entire Pinterest board dedicated to just spice blends (the board is called “Spice Spice Baby” for anyone interested lol).
Anyway, this recipe derives from a need for an AIP-friendly pumpkin pie spice blend that is nightshade, berry, AND seed-free which also uses spices I’ve found to be fairly easy to find at most local grocers. Not to mention, many of them are probably already in your pantry/seasoning shelf. It is a simple yet flavorful spice blend, and one that will easily become an easy go-to staple to “spice up” your holiday dishes and baked goods (and don’t forget about simple sides like baked/sauteed apples or squash that you could add this to)!
Optional: Use this blend as a base and add mace, which is also AIP-compliant, OR vary the measurements as desired to your preference. Happy fall y’all and enjoy!!
- In a small bowl, mix together cinnamon, ginger and clove. Store in an airtight container.
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