9 Jewish Pumpkin Spice Mash-Up Recipes

It’s officially fall, which means it’s also pumpkin spice season. If you are into that sort of thing. If you aren’t into pumpkin spice, then you probably hate chubby babies and cute puppies and fall foliage too, so just skip over this post.

I love the warm cozy smell and feel of pumpkin spice, and am always looking for ways to bake and cook with pumpkin, cinnamon, clove, ginger, nutmeg and allspice. Here are a few ways to combine your love of Jewish food with pumpkin spice flavor.  So pull on your cozy boots and a sweater, pour yourself a cup of tea, and get ready for fall.

Pumpkin spice babka

Pumpkin challah cinnamon rolls

Pumpkin pie challah from Joy of Kosher

Pumpkin spice matzah ball soup from What Jew Wanna Eat

Pumpkin spice knishes from What Jew Wanna Eat

Pumpkin spice noodle kugel from Jenessa’s Dinners

Pumpkin chai hamantaschen from Lil Miss Cakes

Pumpkin coffee cake

Pumpkin pie rugelach from Serious Eats

Pumpkin cream cheese from I Will Not Eat Oysters

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