I really like this recipe because it’s only four ingredients and I always have them on hand. I personally don’t like it as a dressing, but if you’d like the directions to try it that way make sure to visit the source. It’s great as a dip for veggies, pizza, or as a spread on a wrap, but I usually just use the dry mix
I got this recipe from one of my favorite blogs… the original recipe just didn’t fill the jar as much as I wanted it to, so I’ve adapted it to fill a pint jar a bit better(only because I only want to have to make this once a year or two). 1(Scant) Cup Chili Powder 1/2 (Scant)Cup Onion Powder 1/4(Scant) Cup Cumin 2 T Paprika 2
I like to make my herb and spice mixtures from scratch, but I don’t like to do it every time that I need it. This is why I adapted a basic Italian Seasoning recipe to fill a pint jar. I’ve found that doing it this way makes it so that I’m only making it every six to nine months…which is totally do-able! I have 3
Use this mixture in recipes that call for pumpkin pie spice. 1/2 C Ground Cinnamon 1/4 C Ground Ginger 1/8 C Ground Cloves 1 T Nutmeg Add all ingredients to a 1/2 pint jar. Screw the lid on and shake until well mixed. I try to leave enough headroom, when I adapt a recipe for a jar, to allow enough room for mixing with just a
Printable Recipe The girls from Our Best Bites have a great Garlic Bread Seasoning Recipe in their cookbook that I thought I’d share. I’ve adapted it to fill a pint jar so that I can use my Plastic Jar Lids (I recommend using a wide mouth jar so it’s easier to scoop out with a spoon). Here it is: 1 C Powdered Parmesan Cheese 1 T. +1 t.