Fall means mixing up muffins and baking banana bread, doesn’t it? We carry all the spices you need for a flavorful Fall, with each one sourced from the finest growing regions in the world, and selected for optimal flavor and freshness. Browse our checklist to make sure you have these picks on hand for autumn recipes.
1. World Market® Organic Saigon Cinnamon Powder
Our Saigon Cinnamon has the highest cinnemehaldyde content (25%) of any other cinnamon, giving it a powerful spicy punch. It’s ideal for sprinkling atop hot coffee beverages or to boost your baked goods.
2. Whole Nutmeg World Market® Spice Bag
If you haven’t yet, it’s time to make the switch to whole nutmeg. It’s easy to use (just use a microplane or a grinder), simple to store in an airtight jar, and it offers a much more potent pop of flavor that its ground counterpart. Your eggnog will never be the same.
3. Whole Cloves World Market® Spice Bag
Imported direct from Madagascar to ensure top quality, our whole Cloves are an aromatic addition to your cooking. Grind our Cloves for homemade Chai Tea, to flavor pumpkin pie or when glazing a ham.
4. World Market® Allspice
It’s exactly what it sounds like! Allspice is an appetizing blend of cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg with a hint of black pepper flavors for punch. It’s a versatile spice that warms up the flavor of a fruit pie or brings curries to life.
5. World Market® Madagascar Vanilla Beans
Sold in sets of two, these beans are destined to be your favorite flavor enhancer. Vanilla beans are notoriously difficult to grow, and we’ve found that the farmers in Madagascar are the very best at cultivating vanilla with powerful aromas and seductive flavors. Use vanilla beans in your homemade whipped cream, baked goods and hot beverages. It’s an indulgence you deserve.
6. World Market® California Bay Leaves
Bay leaves are an essential addition to slow-cooked stews, sauces and soups. Pleasantly aromatic, the bay leaf helps enhance the flavors of your favorite fall fare while adding a dose of vitamins and minerals.
Here’s to phenomenal fall filled with the flavors of the season! How do you spice things up?