Six Pumpkin Spice Recipes to Try this Fall

‘Tis the season for everything “pumpkin spiced”! Even my husband jumped on the pumpkin spice bandwagon and made some pumpkin butter, which is similar to apple butter, but tastes way better, especially during the Fall. As promised in yesterday’s blog post, I’m sharing five pumpkin spice recipes that will taste delicious any time of day, and one recipe for a pumpkin spice sugar scrub that will leave you smelling delicious!

I love to get in the kitchen and whip up a batch of cookies or a tasty treat. I really like oatmeal raisin cookies and last year {or it may have been the year before that, but anyway…} I made pumpkin spiced oatmeal raisin cookies that were warm and delicious and totally tasted like Fall. I also like these cookies from Hearth and Vine because they are a sweet mix of crunchy and chewy, and perfect if you want to dip it in your morning {or afternoon} coffee or tea.

From Hearth and Vine {Pinterest}

I know IHOP has a great selection of pancakes and waffles and I’m sure they even flavor their batter during the season, but there’s nothing like slaving over a hot waffle maker to create your own tasty pumpkin spice waffles for breakfast. I really like this recipe from Lovely Little Kitchen. Top these delish waffles with a little syrup and a dollop of whip cream, and you’ll be in pumpkin spice heaven.

From Lovely Little Kitchen {Pinterest}

A pumpkin spice cobbler would be perfect to serve instead of {or in addition to} pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving. This recipe from Lauren’s Latest combines pumpkin and pecans to create a warm and delectable cobbler that just begs to be eaten with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream.

From Lauren’s Latest {Pinterest}

On those chilly mornings when you want a hot drink, but don’t want coffee, then try a pumpkin spice drink. The Worktop has the perfect coffee substitute — a vegan, gluten-free pumpkin spice drink topped with whipped cream.

From The Worktop {Pinterest}

If you’re looking for a quick snack that everyone will love, then try this Pumpkin Spice Chex Mix recipe from The Novice Chef. This mix combines the spiced chex mix with candy corn and candied pumpkins.

From The Novice Chef {Pinterest}

So enough about pumpkin spiced things you can eat and drink. How about a skin-softening pumpkin spice body scrub? Karissa’s Vegan Kitchen {formerly known as The Crunchy Chronicles} created a DIY Pumpkin Spice Body Scrub that smells as good as it looks. It combines a non-comedogenic oil {which won’t clog pores} with several aromatic spices and two types of sugars {brown sugar and sugar cane} to gently exfoliate your skin.

From Karissa’s Vegan Kitchen {Pinterest}

So what is your favorite pumpkin spiced recipe? I’d love to find a few new recipes to try out this Fall, so leave a comment, with a link, below for me to go check out!

Yours Truly,

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