September 30, 2012

{SavourTheSeason} Day 1: Pumpkin Pie Spice (to keep and to share!)


Start with two clean,small, pretty jars.


To each jar add:
  • 8 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 2 tsp ground nutmeg
  • 2 tsp ground ginger
  • and 1 tsp ground cloves
Shake to combine.


Add simple handwritten labels and a peice of ribbon or twine.


Keep one and surprise a friend or neighbour with the other. Enjoy liberally in muffins, pie, pancakes (Seriously yummy...try it!) and coffee.


This is day one in a 31 day series about celebrating autumn.  Together, for 31 days, we will bask in the simplest joys of a beautiful season marked by contentment, thankfulness, and fellowship.  Happy Autumn.

Posts in this series so far:
Day 1: Pumpkin Pie Spice (to keep and to share) - you're here!
Day 2: Twelve Things To Do This Fall
Day 3: DIY Fresh Sumac Wreath 
Day 4: Making Simple Thanksgiving Cards with Kids 
Day 5: How to Make Your Own Pumpkin Puree 
Day 6: Some Cozy Recipes you Really Ought to Try
Day 7: Homemade Spiced Cranberry Sauce 
Day 8: The BEST Apple Crisp 
Day 9: My Accidental Mantlescape
Day 10: Candy and Caramel Apple Slices
Day 11: Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal 
Day 12: Rest
Day 13: Chicken Pot Pie with Cheesy Biscuit Crust! 
Day 14: Quick and Easy Fall Centerpieces
Day 15: Crockpot Spiced Hot Apple Cider 
Day 16: Simple Pumpkin Luminaries
Day 17: Hot Chocolate from Scratch 
Day 18: Cinnamon Sugar Cornbread Muffins
Day 19: Curling up with a Blankie to Watch a Movie
Day 20: Apple Pie Jam
Day 21: Twenty One Ways to Get Outside with Your Kids This Fall!
Day 22: Easy Flowered Headbands 
Day 23: A Beginner's Guide to Bread Making
Day 24: Two Ingredient Homemade Cough Syrup
Day 25: Thanksgiving Traditions and Ideas 
Day 26: A Simple Fall Picnic
Day 27: Odds and Ends Scarf
Day 28: Delicious Autumn Fruit Salad
Days 29, 30 & 31:  Maple Pecan Pumpkin Pie

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21 comments:

  1. Great start to a great challenge, Kelly! I'm looking forward to making me own pumpkin pie spice, especially for pancakes with creme cheese filling. Yuum!

    I'm doing the 31 Day challenge this year as well! Good luck to you!

    http://pennypinchingfamily.blogspot.com/p/31-days-to-financial-freedom.html

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  2. I love your blog and have been especially looking forward to this series!

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  3. Wish I had read this post last week. I just bought some pumpkin pie spice

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  4. This is wonderful! I'm going to do this. Thanks for the idea. Please come by for a visit when you get the chance!
    Blessings,
    Debbie

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  5. I'm so excited for a new 31 days series!! Because of the one last year(organization one) I happened to find your excellent blog, and I'm loving it! Thank you for doing such a great job!
    ~ Laura

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  6. I forgot the challenge started today, what a nice surprise first thing in the morning :)
    Good luck with all 31 days!
    Ieva

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  7. Luv it!! thank-you! and last night I found a recipe on pinterest for homemade pumkin pie playdoh! this is great!! another use for your recipe!!

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  8. I am so excited to part of the fall series!
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  9. Just wanted to let you know I added your button to my blog, kcirie.blogspot.com. Looks like a great way to enjoy to season!

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  10. I heart this season so what a perfect topic. I love the pumpkin spice jars. What a fun gift! I look forward to following your 31 days :)

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  11. Yay I'm so excited for this series! :D I just started my own blog, and I'm doing this 31 day challenge... daunting! ;) It'll be nice to relax and read your posts!

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  13. I look forward to follow along! I love the topic. And, I am so envious you figured out these cool blog code buttons at the bottom. Nice work!

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  14. Cute gift idea! Where can I find jars like that?

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  15. Thanks so much! I just made some and I'll start using it in my coffee tomorrow!

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  16. Love this series!! Cant wait for the rest:)

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  17. Now I'm wondering why I haven't done anything like this before! I just might have to double it, because I feel like I will be using pretty much all of it, especially with healthy doses of it in my pumpkin pie delivery this fall. Can't wait to catch up on everything here, especially the homemade hot chocolate!

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