Friday, November 25, 2011

Chocolate Dipped Pumpkin Pie Spice Graham Crackers


It's the day after Thanksgiving and most Americans have sworn off food until Christmas. Of course now is the perfect opportunity to tempt you with these delicious graham crackers.


I used Smitten Kitchen's graham cracker recipe found here. Two teaspoons of pumpkin pie spice were added to the recipe. 


Instead of cutting then with a knife I used a cutter to cut out the crackers. I can't draw a straight line with a pen or a knife so I knew using a cutter was my best option.



I swapped out pumpkin pie spice and sugar mix Instead of sprinkling them with mix of cinnamon and sugar before baking.


Then of course, there was nothing left to do after they were baked but to dip them in melted chocolate.


And add some sprinkles/jimmies in autumn colors.


The fun part was getting creative and making different styles.


The pumpkin pie spice added something special to regular honey graham cracker flavor. Definitely a good post Thanksgiving treat to eat with leftovers. Especially if your relatives ate all the pie.

7 comments:

  1. We don't celebrate thanks giving here, so I haven't over indulged in delicious tasty foods and am very much tempted by these. I'm sorry you ran out of pie :)

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  2. Your homemade grahams are gorgeous! Love the pumpkin pie spice and the chocolate dunk! Just as good as pie.

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  3. I swore off food...and then I made hand pies. So...that makes sense.

    These are such a cute treat! Simple yet probably totally addictive.

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  4. I love pumpkin spice! Your graham crackers are so festive looking!

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  5. I keep meaning to make my own graham crackers and haven't gotten around to it yet. Yours are adorable and I love the addition of pumpkin pie spice.

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  6. I will have to make these myself. As for cutting, use a metal ruler and a pizza cutter. That is what I use :). Love the edge on these crackers though! Very pretty.

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