Pumpkin Spice Chips

I am ALWAYS on the hunt for a great fall recipe. In fact, I’d even say that fall is my all-time-favorite time to bake. Something about the squash, pumpkin, spice cakes just pull me in! While browsing some of my favorite sites I saw this recipe for Pumpkin Pie Spice Chips. It grabbed my attention… but what in the world would I use those things for? I pinned it, and pushed it to the back of my mind.

About a week ago I decided I was in the mood for a really good, fall flavored, scone. But I wanted them easy. So I jumped online and searched around. For some reason the pin of Pumpkin Pie Spice Chips kept popping up, so I gave in and wrote down the recipe!

pumpkin spice chips

Pumpkin Spice Chips
(Recipe base from Cupcake Project)

2/3 C. sugar
1 T. ground cinnamon
1 T. ground nutmeg
1T. ground ginger
3/4 t. ground allspice
2 T. salted butter, room temperature
2 T. honey
1/4 t. vanilla extract

– Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper, and preheat the oven to 200 degrees.

– Mix all of the ingredients in a medium sized bowl until combined. Pour onto your prepared baking tray. Smash down with your hand the back of a wooden spoon. You want it about 1/4 inch thick. Bake for 40 minutes, or until it’s nice and bubbly.

– Allow your concoction to cool completely, and then break into chips.

homemade pumpkin spice chips

I know what you are thinking… What on earth would you use these in??

WELL. Hold tight! I came up with a few good recipes that you will probably want to try!

In case you can’t wait…. substitute these for any ‘chocolate chip’ recipe. You’ll be glad you did!

Comments

  1. says

    Wow…using these in scones sounds fabulous! I am getting ready to make pumpkin-banana bread, but it would be nice to use a handful of these in my banana bread recipe rather than roasting a pumpkin.

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