With the arrival of the colder seasons, the warming combination of pumpkin spice (cinnamon, ginger, cloves, allspice, and nutmeg) is a welcome addition to meals and drinks alike. It’s great in baked goods like pies, muffins, pancakes and breads. And yes, it actually makes pumpkin taste better too! Read more about each spice, and learn how to make this easy mixture at home, on Foodal now!
Our simple recipe for homemade pumpkin spice nut bread is made with a beautiful blend of spices, pumpkin puree, and other ingredients you have in your kitchen. We make it super easy for you to mix, bake, and enjoy! Celebrate the fall season now with a thick slice of this sweet and spicy goodie, and get the recipe on Foodal!
Infuse a little fall fun into your flapjacks with our delicious recipe for fluffy pumpkin spice pancakes. Made with pure pumpkin puree and a medley of spices, breakfast (or brunch, or brinner!) will taste so good. Served with maple syrup, butter, and all your favorite breakfast sides like bacon and eggs, you are sure to get one hearty, fall-inspired meal! Enjoy the recipe now on Foodal.
Looking for a delicious breakfast bread or dessert that will keep your unsuspecting Halloween guests up at night? Delight and amaze them with this recipe. Sure, you’ve heard of monkey bread before… but what about monkey bread BRAINS, died blood-red with tasty beet juice? Author Chris-Rachel Oseland shares this recipe from her Dead Delicious Horror Cookbook. Get the recipe now on Foodal… if you dare!
Are you familiar with the celebration known as Dia de los Muertos? If you have ever wondered how this festival came about or wanted to learn more about it, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we take an in-depth look at the history and traditions of this wonderful holiday. Read more now on Foodal to learn all about the Day of the Dead, and how to have your own special celebration in your home this year.
Pumpkins are actually a squash, but to paraphrase Shakespeare, a pumpkin by any other name would still taste as sweet. In fact, in Italy, the pumpkin and all winter squashes are lumped together under the same name: zucca. Pumpkins and their hearty and harder squash cousins all belong to the gourd family (the plant family …