Why Gingerbread Trumps Pumpkin Spice
When fall is in full swing, it’s pumpkin spice everything. Pumpkin spice latte, pumpkin spice bread, cake... Everyone always forgets about the wonderful fall and winter flavor, gingerbread, even though there are so many wonderful creations to make with it.
Gingerbread, which is typically flavored with ginger, honey, or molasses, can be used in a range of things. Its most popular form is a gingerbread house. A gingerbread house is a wonderful decoration for the holidays. Grab gingerbread cookies, candy, and icing, and begin decorating. Have you ever heard of a pumpkin spice house?
Instead of using pumpkin spice, use gingerbread — gingerbread lattes taste just as good. This recipe calls for ground ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and coconut sugar, which makes for all of the flavors of gingerbread blended inside a creamy coffee drink.
You can even make gingerbread cookies and have your kids decorate them for the holidays. All of the fantastic creations you can make with pumpkin can also be made with gingerbread.
The best part — for the holidays you can make a gingerbread house; that’s why gingerbread trumps pumpkin spice.