Think Outside The Box With Our Tasty New Ideas For This Season’s Favorite, Pumpkin Spice


One of our most favorite things about this time of year is the unlimited supply of Pumpkin Spice Latte’s, but as this delicious much-loved drink is unfortunately only seasonal we started looking for new ideas of how we can all make the most of the tasty Pumpkin Spice this fall.

Pereg Natural Foods, leading consumers of spices and spice blends from all over the world, gave us some exclusive ideas and recipes proving how Pumpkin Spice isn’t only made for dressing up our coffee’s and we can use it to impress our friends and families all season. 

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Pereg told us how their intriguing blend of cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, ginger, and cloves can be used in numerous different ways, including to add hint of jazz to your Martini drink!

They recommend starting with this easy marinade for many meat dishes:

This robust combination works especially well with skirt steak, short ribs, London broil, chicken, and even turkey. Keep clean-up simple with a zip-close bag – no dishes to wash!


½ cup good quality olive oil

2-3 garlic cloves, crushed

2 Tbsp. Pereg Natural Foods Pumpkin Pie Spice blend

1 Tbsp. brown sugar or ½ Tbsp. honey

1 Tbsp. Dijon mustard

½ Tbsp. lime juice

Salt to taste

Red chili pepper flakes to taste


Put all the ingredients in a zip-close food storage bag. Seal the bag and massage the ingredients to blend. Add the meat or poultry to the bag, squeeze out excess air, seal, and store in the fridge for at least 1 hour. Drain the liquid and broil, grill, or bake as usual. Do not re-use the marinade.

More new ways to use Pumpkin Pie Spice:

Sprinkle on nuts or pumpkin seeds before roasting 

Season kabocha squash oven fries

Blend with hummus

Combine with browned butter and sage as a pasta topper (hello, pumpkin ravioli!)

Give roasted chickpeas a new personality

Top sweet potatoes with pumpkin pie spice and caramelized onions

Think Moroccan – add to couscous or squash soup

Try sweet-spicy pumpkin seed brittle

Use as a dry rub for meats

Mix with jerk seasoning for chicken

Elevate hearty chilies and stews 

Spice up your popcorn

Add a pinch to your martini!

We cannot wait to try some of these fresh ideas, especially mixing Pumpkin Spice into our cocktails! You can explore more of Pereg’s products and purchase their unique Pumpkin Spice Blend for $5.50, at

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