F irst thing first, some of the best pumpkin spice recipes for fall do not have pumpkin in the recipe in any way whatsoever, however, it does go well with pumpkin-based dishes.
Making pumpkin spice is easy and quick, and can also be stored for long periods. All that anyone needs to make this is
Just put these ingredients in a bowl and mix. This recipe yields 1 ½ teaspoon of pumpkin spice that can be used for everything from lattes to pumpkin pie.
The cookies are made like any other cookies, besides the addition of a cup of pumpkin puree and the pumpkin spice recipe listed above. Drizzled with a cool brown butter icing on top makes them a delicious snack to have with a hot cup of coffee.
In an air-tight container, the cookies will last all week in the fridge and remain soft 7 days later.
A classic snickerdoodle recipe that has been revamped for fall, where the cookie batter had ¼ cup of pumpkin puree blended into the mixture. Just before baking, they are rolled into a mixture of pumpkin spice and sugar and are baked until just soft in the center.
A classic coffee cake that everyone loves, with the fall flavor that is known as pumpkin spice in the form of icing. It is perfect for being served during brunch, after being topped with a little bit of streusel, or even being a great item to bring to a bake sale.
The best kind of bread for this recipe is stale bread. If it is a french loaf, that is even better. Chunks of bread mixed with cranberries, pumpkin puree, raisins, and pumpkin spice and baked till soft and fluffy, makes it an amazing way to end a meal. Top it off with brown sugar icing or whipped cream to give it some extra spice and this delicious dessert is good to go. Kids will absolutely love this treat too!
This smooth and creamy soup is great for those cool fall mornings. A way to give it a special kick is to add pureed smoked red peppers and a touch of pumpkin spice.
Serve it in a bread bowl, garnish with cream and a full cozy meal is ready.
French toast is made with a twist where a bit of pumpkin puree is beaten into the eggs before the bread is dipped. Served while hot with powdered sugar and thick cider syrup makes it a perfect breakfast for fall mornings with a hot latte.
Cream cheese frosting with chopped candied walnuts layered between pumpkin-spiced moist cake layers will be a new family favorite to bake annually or works great as something to take to a party in the fall season.
These are just ordinary cream puffs made with choux pastry, that are then filled with brown sugar and pumpkin-flavored pastry cream. The ideal way to serve them is to fill the choux pastry with the pastry cream just before it is time to eat.
This is made exactly how anyone would think it is. Instead of dusting with cocoa powder, it is dusted with pumpkin spice, and pumpkin puree is whipped into the mascarpone frosting that is layered in between.
Just because the list does not have enough pumpkin, add some pumpkin puree to the next coffee that is made with a sprinkle of homemade pumpkin spice and it will be just like sipping on a pumpkin pie that one can have on their way to work.
A twist on a classic Alfredo pasta where the pasta sauce is made using heavy cream, hot sauce, and pumpkin puree, other seasonings are based on taste buds. Tossed with fettuccine or penne even makes it a light and creamy dish to have. One might question the presence of pumpkin in a pasta dish, with the help of the heavy cream and parmesan, the pumpkin taste is subtle making the pasta and parmesan the highlight, easily making this one of the best pumpkin spice recipes on this list.