Top Rated Allspice Recipes

Spiced Cider
Spiked or virgin, this fall drink will warm your spirits.
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4.5
A slightly sweet and salty snack is the perfect thing to serve guests when they first arrive for a cocktail or dinner party. It also makes for a perfect gift.This recipe is courtesy of McCormick.
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This delicious fall drink owes its rich taste to brown sugar.This recipe is courtesy of simplyrecipes.
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Cinnamon and Apple Mulled Cider
Ginger, cinnamon, and orange slices come together to make a tangy version of mulled cider in this recipe. Be sure to have a cheesecloth for the cinnamon sticks, cloves, and allspice before you prepare this drink.This recipe is courtesy of  foodnetwork.co.uk.
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Allspice
Brian Felley at San Francisco's BIG takes fresh ginger, bourbon, and winter spices for a cold-weather take on the whiskey ginger.
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This apple pie recipe uses fresh apples and is topped with a crumble topping for a perfect slice. For best results, choose apples that are good for baking, meaning that they are firm and will hold their shape while being baked and not turn mushy or mealy.Try mixing Granny Smith with Honeycrisp apples. For this recipe, we used a mixture of ground cinnamon, allspice, vanilla extract, and don’t forget a pinch of salt to bring out all the flavors. We added a streusel topping for an easy preparation and delicious crumbly texture.
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pumpkin oatmeal cookies
This cookie recipe is a healthier alternative to others because of the added Greek yogurt, whole wheat pastry flour, rolled oats, walnuts, and dark chocolate. Greek yogurt adds extra protein, and is a substitute for a ½ cup of butter. The whole wheat flour, rolled oats, and walnuts bring in additional protein and fiber. The molasses contributes not only great flavor, but a good amount of potassium. Last, but not least, the dark chocolate is a great addition of iron, and more potassium and fiber. Just because it’s the holidays it doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice your health — have a treat that’s both healthy and sweet. This recipe is courtesy of Alisha Falkenstein
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Aromas of cinnamon, allspice, and nutmeg set the tone for a festive holiday atmosphere. No holiday meal is complete without a little cranberry salsa on the side.Click here to see A Mexican-Inspired Holiday Dinner.
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3.6
When fall rolls around, everyone reaches for pumpkin spiced coffee drinks, which can seriously exacerbate heartburn. But pumpkin is high in fiber and great for digestive health, so cut out the coffee and drink up!
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3.5
Slow-Cooker Sweet and Spicy Sausage Rounds
This recipe combines different flavors to give these little sausages an excellent savory bite. In three hours, you’ll have a great appetizer to bring to any tailgate.  This recipe is courtesy of Crock-Pot Dump Meals.
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Picture this: you’re outside for a better part of the morning, raking leaves in the brisk fall air and you’re finally on your last pile. You walk back into the house and it hits you: the crisp smell of apples, the homey aroma of cinnamon, and the tantalizing scent of allspice. This fantasy can become a reality if you make this slow cooker drink recipe before you head out.
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