This truly is the most wonderful season! In my book, the days between Halloween and New Year’s Day are the best of the whole year. Starting with pumpkin treats and ending with peppermint and gingerbread! So many delicious flavors to be enjoyed and the warm spices found in my Homemade Gingerbread Spice Blend are some of my favorites.
I’m a huge fan of making my own spice blends. It’s simple to do and I usually have all of the needed ingredients in my spice cabinet. I can customize the flavors to my liking and make as much or as little as I need. Although I always tend to make extra to keep on hand for quick use down the road! Most of all, making your own blends also guarantees that high quality ingredients are used and that no fillers or anti-caking agents are added – yuck!
Today I will show you how to make Homemade Gingerbread Spice Blend. Of course this blend is perfect for making treats like gingerbread cookies, but it will also be great for flavoring a batch of granola, spicing up your herbal coffee or hot chocolate, or adding a festive kick to a smoothie!
If this recipe is too large of a batch, no worries! Instead of using Tablespoons, just use the same ratios with teaspoons. However, once you give this Homemade Gingerbread Spice Blend a smell, you’ll want to make a big jar!
A quick note on my favorite products used for Homemade Gingerbread Spice Blend
Wilderness Family Naturals is my go-to source for all the herbs and spices I use in my kitchen. Many of their products are organic and always arrive smelling fresh and tasting flavorful.
- Place all of the above ingredients in a small jar. Screw on the lid and shake to mix all of the spices together.
- Store with the lid tightly sealed.
- Since there are no fillers or anti-caking agents used in this blend, you may have to give it a quick shake before using to loosen up the species and get rid of small clumps.
If you enjoyed making this spice blend, make sure to check out my other favorite homemade blends: Chai Spice, Blackening Seasoning, and Taco Seasoning! Each of these blends is just as easy as this recipe and they are all so delicious!Standard FTC Disclosure: This post may contain links to products that will earn me a small commission. The price is the same to you, but purchasing through these links will help to support this blog. Know that I will never recommend a product that I have not personally used and liked. This is so good... is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.