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Skip Starbucks, Now You Can Make Your Own Favorite Fall Spice At Home

OCTOBER 1, 2015  —  By Jessica Catcher  
Jessica Catcher

Jessica Catcher

Jessica is a writer who lives in Queens, NY. She spends most of her time listening to One Direction, watching TV, and hanging out with her one-eyed cat, Rigby.

It's the most wonderful time of the year! That's right, pumpkin spice latte season! But here's even better news: you don't have to wait in line at Starbucks to get your hands on the yummy treat.

In fact, with this simple recipe, you won't even have to wait for fall to roll around again before enjoying a nice pumpkin latte, pie, or bread whenever the craving hits.

Here's what you need:

One tablespoon of ground cinnamon

One tablespoon of ground cinnamon

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Two tablespoons of ground ginger

Two tablespoons of ground ginger

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A half teaspoon of allspice

A half teaspoon of allspice

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One half teaspoon of ground cloves

One half teaspoon of ground cloves

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A half teaspoon of ground mace

A half teaspoon of ground mace

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And a half teaspoon of ground nutmeg

And a half teaspoon of ground nutmeg

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Combine them all and keep the mix in an air-tight container for spicy goodness whenever you want!

Combine them all and keep the mix in an air-tight container for spicy goodness whenever you want!

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(via The Kitchn)

Seriously...use it in everything. Pumpkin spice all the things! But whodathunk there's no actual pumpkin in pumpkin spice? Guess you learn something new every day!

 

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