Each year we inevitably fall into the pumpkin spice game. From the usual (like lattes and muffins) to the slightly more absurd (like Pringles and beef jerky)—if the leaves are turning colors and food ain't pumpkin spiced, it ain't worthy of consumption.
You need to have three kinds of ingredients – Vanilla vodka, pumpkin spice liquor, and Baileys. Find your martini shaker and fill half of it with ice. Add one ounce of vodka, one ounce of pumpkin spice liquor and one ounce of Baileys all in equal parts. You do not need to measure it exactly; you could just pour them into the shaker just approximately in equal parts. Put the cap on your shaker and shake until the outside of the shaker is frosty cold. Then pour the contents of the shaker into a...
You may be surprised to know that the wildly popular and seasonal Pumpkin Spice Latte at Starbucks actually does not contain any pumpkin in its ingredients. That, and making your own pumpkin spice latte at home is actually not very difficult at all.
Learn how to make pumpkin spice cupcakes with this cooking video. This moist and delicious pumpkin spice cupcake recipe is brought to you by Peg Aloi on How2Heroes. Search How2Heroes on WonderHowTo for more cooking videos.
Banana pancakes are a great breakfast recipe. Live like Jack Johnson and let chef Jason Hill show you how to make them. The ingredients are flour, baking soda, salt, baking powder, sugar, pumpkin pie spice, milk, vegetable oil, eggs, and banana. Learn how to prepare these banana pancakes by watching and following along with this video cooking tutorial.
Dress up the traditional pumpkin pie by turning it into a delicious spiced pumpkin cheesecake! You'll need your favorite cookie crust, a springform pan, cream cheese, sugar, eggs, butter, canned pumpkin and your favorite pumpkin spices - like cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice.
And we thought it couldn't get better than waffles with a big dollop of ice cream and rivers of maple syrup. While waffles are great year round, now that fall is in full swing, why not add a seasonal kick to your favorite breakfast/brunch treat?
Guys, this has got to stop. It's not funny anymore. I'll defer to one of my all-time favorite people when it comes to my feelings on this unsavory subject:
Enjoy pumpkin pie without all the calories of the crust with this easy-as-pie recipe. You Will Need
This video explains how to make pumpkin & pecan pies. Reheat oven to 350 degrees F. Combine pumpkin, 1/3 c. sugar, 1 egg and pumpkin pie spice in medium bowl; stir well. Spread over bottom of pie shell - this is your pumpkin layer.
This is a delicious recipe that makes an excellent fall breakfast (or, really, breakfast any time). You will need pancake mix, 1 1/2 cups of pumpkin (canned or mashed), 1/4 cup of walnuts, 2 cups of milk, cinnamon, brown sugar and pumpkin pie spice.
Mmm mmm. There are loads of things we love about fall - the cooler weather, the leaves changing color, the return of the pumpkin spice latte at Starbuck's - but one of our favorite things is the seasonal comfort food. Soups are a must-have when the temperatures drop, and what better soups to chow down on than pumpkin soup and broccoli soup on a cool fall night?
This is a nice drink; it has a holiday favorite in it, pumpkin, and martinis are a good party drink. First, you will need pumpkin spice liqueur, it's a must, and butterscotch schnapps, also coffee liqueur. You will put ice in a martini mixing bottle, then add one ounce of pumpkin spice liqueur. Next, you will add one ounce of butterscotch schnapps. Next, add half a ounce of coffee liqueur, and half a ounce of half and half. You will need lime slices to garnish, and also graham cracker crumbs ...
Canned pumpkin is something I always stock up on and keep in my pantry, because it's endlessly useful when cooking or baking. Sweet, creamy, and mild, pumpkin can be folded into baked goods and savory dishes with ease.
Don't know what to do with your Halloween pumpkin guts? Well, make a raw pumpkin pie. This video shows you everything you need, and what you need to do to make this interesting pumpkin pie. This is also a great alternative to store bought pumpkin pie, or those unhealthy recipes. This is a healthy all natural, completely raw pumpkin pie, using all the pumpkin's insides. Of course, you'll need some cinnamon, and nutmeg to spice things up a bit. It's delicious, yummy, healthy, and perfect for an...
ServingSupper demonstrates how to prepare a healthy pumpkin pie treat in a cup in this video. This is not actually a pumpkin pie but a similar low calorie, low fat version of it. In other words this is a healthy alternative to pumpkin pie. For this dish you'll need one cup of canned pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice, regular pack of vanilla, tofu and whipped cream. Add all the ingredients into a bowl, mix it using a mixer, dish a serving to a small cup, top it with a little whipped cream and place i...
In this tutorial, we learn how to make paper mache Halloween pumpkins. You can purchase the pumpkin already made in the correct shape. When you are read to paint it, use orange pain and then a darker color in the creases to make it look realistic. You may need to smooth the pumpkin out before you paint, to make it easier to paint. Let the paint dry when finished, then add a gloss on. You can also paint on faces and different designs if you want to spice things up. You don't have to paint them...
Chef John from Food Wishes demonstrates how to make no knead pumpkin bread for the holidays. First, add a half a cup of plain pumpkin puree, a cup of warm water, 1/4 of a teaspoon of yeast, 1 1/4 teaspoons of salt and a dash of pumpkin spice to a mixing bowl. Whisk the ingredients together. Then, add three cups of all purpose flour. Mix the ingredients with a spatula. Cover the bowl with a barely damp towel and let the pumpkin dough rise for 12 to 16 hours. Next, generously cover a baking she...
Enjoy this tasty side dish as a sweet treat any time of the year. You Will Need
I love brownies. Through the turmoil of my teenage years and the raucous over-eating of my college years to now, brownies have been a constant companion to my highs and (calorie-laden) lows. I've made brownies from scratch, I've used the box mix... hell, I was a baker at a bakery that specialized in brownies. So yeah... I'd say I'm pretty familiar with them.
This Food Channel video demonstrates making a pumpkin pie martini. Erica Muse from Martini‚Äôs in Las Vegas starts by pouring portions of Stolichnaya Vanilla vodka, chai liqueur and pumpkin spice liqueur into the glass part of a Boston shaker. Then she adds half and half, whipping cream or heavy cream. She shakes the mixture over ice using the stainless steel portion of a Boston shaker as the cover, and strains into a martini glass that has already been rimmed with sugar for serving.
Fall is my favorite time of year, yet I cringe every time it begins. Why? Because it seems like every business is in a frenzy to start the Christmas shopping season the day after Halloween ends. For those of us who are fans of pumpkins, that's a buzzkill.
Starbucks last big hit was definitely their Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew, which became a permanent menu item—not just a summer fling—on May 31, 2016. It's the perfect blend of 20-hour cold brew and vanilla sweet cream; The result not only tastes great, but the cream makes is visually mesmerizing as it floats down through the brew.
Butter is one of the most versatile ingredients in the world: its variety of uses range from brightening a morning piece of toast to finishing a beautiful rib-eye steak with decadent flair.
What is Halloween without caramel apples? It's like trying to celebrate Christmas without gingerbread men cookies. Candied apples, though, can be intimidating for some to make because it involves lots of ingredients (including the very bad for you corn syrup) and time.
Nippier fall weather - and the beginner of sweater season - means we're sure to be consuming lots more warm, sweet comfort foods to keep us nice and toasty even when it's dreary outside. From pumpkin spice muffins to warm apple cider, there's a lot to choose from during the fall season.
What makes this apple pie punk rock? It's probably the addition of pumpkin pie spice to the apples. In addition to the apples, you will also need: cinnamon, cloves and lemon juice for the filling. The crust recipe calls for flour, butter, baking powder and water - or you can buy premade if you want.
Fall is so full of natural beauty. From the colorful, crispy leaves to that perfect dollop of whipped creap atop your pumpkin spice latte, there's so much to see and to savor.
Looking for apple recipes? Chef Jason Hill will show you how to make apple fries, a county fair favorite that's sure to be a hit in your home. The ingredients for the apple fries are just apples, corn starch and cinnamon but the sauce calls for cream cheese, marshmallow cream and pumpkin pie spice. Learn how to prepare apple fries by watching this video cooking tutorial.
Where you lead, Gilmore Girls, I will follow. My lifelong dream to grow up Gilmore was to blame for how I ended up waiting in line outside a Williamsburg coffee shop at 6:30 a.m. on a random Wednesday morning. If I was going to start my day like a Lorelai, I needed to live my caffeine-addicted truth with a (free) cup of the good stuff from Luke's Diner.
When it's frigid outside, all you can think about is getting inside and shutting out the cold. But sometimes even the largest house can get a bit, well, stuffy.
Cupcakes? Yes, please. As we all know, Christmas is a foodie's dream holiday, with oodles of Christmas cookies shaped like elves, pumpkin-spiced muffins, and of course cupcakes decorated into all sorts of festive shapes.
In this video, we learn how to make sweet potato muffins. First, take 1 medium sweet potato and cook it, when it's cooled, peel it and cut it into cubes. Next, mash the potato and add in 1 cup egg whites (6 egg whites), 1 tbsp cinnamon, 1 tbsp pumpkin spice, 1/4 cup Splenda baking blend, and 1 tbsp pure vanilla extract. Now, mix this all together in a large bowl until it's well combined. The final ingredient to add after this is 2 cup of oats (your preference). Mix this together with the othe...
Nothing signals the end of fall and the start of winter like hot, seasonal drinks. And while pumpkin spice lattes may be the flavor of the day, and eggnog the Christmas favorite, one seasonal drink stands apart in my eyes: mulled cider.
In my opinion, spices are the key to a successful kitchen. With a healthy array of spices and spice mixes, you have the foundation for nearly any dish that you want to make; the culinary world is your oyster. With a depleted cupboard of spices, however, nearly every recipe looks intimidating and unattainable.
Pumpkin carving and decorating is a favorite October pastime. After you've carved an amazing design or face into a pumpkin or two, you want to show it off through your window or set it out on your porch for the neighbors to see.
Oven space is scarce on that fated fourth Thursday of November. Even if you can find a spare space for pumpkin pie on the bottom shelf, you risk turkey drippings overflowing from above and ruining your beautiful dessert — not to mention a burnt crust from different temperature requirements. The bottom line is: oven real estate is valuable, and it's tough to multitask cooking for Thanksgiving when every dish requires baking or roasting.
While it's true that the once ubiquitous cupcake no longer strides the culinary landscape like a mighty colossus, it is still a force to be reckoned with, especially when certain holidays roll around, like Halloween.
This video is about making homemade pumpkin puree. You will want to make sure to use a sugar pie pumpkin. One sugar pie pumpkin will produce around 16 oz of pumpkin puree. Begin by carefully sawing your pumpkin in half and remove the seeds. Place the pumpkin halves face down on a piece of well oiled parchment paper. Bake at 425 degrees for an hour, or until the flesh is very soft. When the pumpkin has cooled remove the flesh with a spoon. Place the flesh in a bowl and mash it up with a fork o...
Fall is a time of change. The leaves change color, the weather changes from warm to cool, and we change our clocks to fall back an hour. This last change means that many of us will get home from work in pitch-black darkness; for me, the early onset of night makes me less interested in cooking dinner and more interested in getting in my sweats, throwing leftovers in the microwave, and binge-watching The Affair.