The Baking Spices Whole Quarterly Set
A round up of our 6 favorite individual baking spices. Sprinkle any of these sweet or savory freshly ground spice blends into roasted vegetables, stir into yogurt or ice cream or brew into your morning coffee or add to cookies, breads, cakes, pies or other baked goods! As always, more recipe ideas are in our blog and newsletter, so be sure to sign up. Enjoy this bundle of freshly ground spices and don’t forget to tag us via #rawspicebar with your creative cooking creations!
Masalas: Easy Marinades & Curries
We love adding freshly ground star anise to baked goods, soups and stews- it pairs equally well with red meats and duck as it does with grilled fruit, apple pies or muffins. Plenty of recipe ideas here.
Kicked Up Stir-Fries, Eggs & Veggies
Whole nutmegs in the US are a classic baking spice but can be freshly grated into cream sauces, custard, eggnogs, whipped cream, roasted vegetable dishes, stewed greens or infused into tea or coffee. In the Middle East, nutmeg is popular in lamb and curry dishes. These whole, high quality nutmegs are grown on the island of Grenada. Recipes here.
These organic allspice berries reflect their name, with flavors of cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and black peppercorns. Its complex sweetness makes allspice berries versatile in both sweet and savory dishes- from Jamaican jerk rubs and stews, to spice cakes, cookies and grilled fruits. Recipe ideas.
Fall Baking, Breads & Breakfast
This organic cloves are from Indonesia. Typically used in baking spices in the US, cloves are popular in North Africa in rice and meat dishes and pair well in bbq sauces and roasted vegetables too. Recipes here.