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As soon as September comes round, I make an extra large batch of Pumpkin Spice blend.  It’s the Pioneer Woman’s recipe, and I’ve used it every year since I’ve found it.  It’s the perfect blend for all of my fall baking!

I’m completely obsessed with the Pioneer Woman. So much so, in fact, the curtains in our kitchen were fashioned from one of her Pioneer Woman Collection tablecloths.  #notkidding

I’m also obsessed with anything pumpkin flavoured, and this homemade pumpkin spice brings this boy to the yard!  What is with the pumpkin spice hate? Every year the memes and the anti-pumpkin remarks seem to come around earlier and earlier.

I could never get enough pumpkin spice flavour.  In fact, it’s not only present in our home during the fall.  I will often bake pumpkin spice flavoured scones or cookies through the year.  Because, why not!?

(I’m actually updating this post new pictures, but I made the pumpkin spice blend you see in the photos yesterday.  That was indeed August 31st!  I feel like such a pumpkin spice rebel!  Blame the Pioneer Woman!)

The Pioneer Woman Collection is a rather new obsession of mine. I absolutely love her collection!  Did you know that my colleagues at work physically drove from Toronto to the United States to purchase Pioneer Woman dishes as a graduation present for me?

And then, a few weeks later, we made the trip back for me to purchase more?  And then, (I’m not kidding!) about a month after that, we were off to Buffalo AGAIN!  I told you I was obsessed.

As I write this post, I’m looking forward to heading back to Buffalo again tomorrow morning. The purpose of tomorrow’s trip is to do a back-to-school shop for McKenna, but truth be told, Walmart, which is the only store that carries the Pioneer Woman line, is the first stop on my agenda.

I’m getting carried away – the whole point of this post is the Homemade Pumpkin Spice! Looking through the Pioneer Woman cookbooks, more specifically, the A Year of Holidays edition, I was inspired to search Pinterest for a spice blend.

And, what did I find!?  Pioneer Woman’s very own recipe!  Yay me!  And, now, I’ve made it myself, tested its flavour profile, and I’m sharing it with you, Dear Reader.  Now, off you go! You’ve got baking to do!

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Pioneer Woman's Homemade Pumpkin Spice

As soon as September comes round, I make an extra large batch of Pumpkin Spice blend.  It's the Pioneer Woman's recipe, and I've used it every year since I've found it.  It's the perfect blend for all of my fall baking!
Course Seasoning
Cuisine American
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Author Lord Byron's Kitchen


  • 6 tablespoons ground cinnamon
  • 4 teaspoons ground ginger
  • 4 teaspoons ground nutmeg
  • 3 teaspoon ground allspice
  • 3 teaspoon ground cloves


  • Place all five spices into a deep bowl and use a whisk to blend together.
  • Transfer to a mason jar and store in a dry, dark cabinet for future use.

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  1. I am not sure why I have never seen this recipe from Ree. I have loved her for many years and have all of her books. I think her dishes are fantastic and have been coveting them for a long time. I just don't have much space for them. I have 4 sets of every day dishes and 5 sets of china. Hmmmm......maybe I can find space in the basement for some of my other dishes. Thanks for sharing this - I will be making it.
    1. Thanks, Cynthia. A total of 9 sets of dishes? Sounds like a good problem to have. I certainly feel you with the space issue. I don't have enough space to collect all I want to either, but I'm slowly getting rid of older things to make room for the new. :)
  2. I don't even know why I haven't tried mixing my own pumpkin spice before... all the ingredients are in the cabinet! Thanks for sharing. :) Also, I think your love of the PWC is just the cutest thing ever and I'm a little sad you didn't share a picture of your curtains lol.
    1. Mary, you're too cute! My PW addiction has gotten completely out of hand. She went and released a fall collection and has a Christmas-themed collection on the way. I need a part time job and more cupboard space! I'll send you a pic of the curtains; promise!
  3. Not sure who did the math, but this does not add up to 32 Tbsp. There are 3 tsp in 1 Tbsp. 6 T. cinnamon + 4 tsp (1 1/3 Tbsp) ginger + 4 tsp (1 1/3 Tbsp) nutmeg + 3 tsp (1 Tbsp) allspice + 3 tsp (1 Tbsp) cloves = 10 2/3 Tbsp...not 32. Recipe is good though. Thank you.
    1. Ha! You're so right. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. The nutritional information is automatically calculated, but sometimes, it's way off. I have deleted it. Thank you!

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