I’ve never seen pumpkin pie spice chips – in a store or online. So, let me be the first to introduce you to pumpkin pie spice chips – the new fall baking ingredient that will creep its way into:
- …and more!
When you add pumpkin pie spice chips to your baked goods, you’ll be met with small explosions of pumpkin pie spice flavor throughout your whole eating experience. I’ll be sharing a couple of recipes using these chips later this week, so check back soon!
How to Make Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice Chips
I based my homemade pumpkin spice chips on a recipe from Mind Over Batter for homemade cinnamon chips. The chips are not waxy like store-bought cinnamon chips; their texture more closely resembles wet sand. When they are melted in baked goods, they remain more coarse than their counterparts, but are equally pleasing. Aside from changing the cinnamon to pumpkin pie spice, the only other change that I made from Mind Over Batter’s recipe was to replace the shortening with unsalted butter. Here’s the recipe with my notes: