DIY Apple Pie Spice Favors

Destiny Alfonso

There’s nothing better than gathering with your best pals for Friendsgiving, but an even greater joy is to watch them all get excited over an activity you’ve planned: making DIY party favors!

DIY Apple Pie Spice Favors - Discover, A World Market Blog

This apple pie spice bar is arranged with all the items your guests will need to make themselves a great to-go favor that they can use for the remainder of the holiday season.

DIY Apple Pie Spice Favors - Discover, A World Market Blog

Apple pie spice is made up of a few main spices: cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, cardamom and allspice. Each flavor enhances any apple dish you can think of. A few teaspoons is great for apple pie, baked apples, apple cobbler, apple ice cream, and really, apple anything!

DIY Apple Pie Spice Favors - Discover, A World Market Blog

To start, get your five main spices, enough jars for each guest, a set of teaspoons, a small tray and a few ramekins.

DIY Apple Pie Spice Favors - Discover, A World Market Blog

At the top of each ramekin, write down a suggested number of teaspoons for each spice. It doesn’t need to be exact, so let your guests have a little fun. If you like more cinnamon, add that.

DIY Apple Pie Spice Favors - Discover, A World Market Blog

If nutmeg and ginger make you happy, then add more of that! These cute little chalkboard clips are perfect for writing down the suggested amounts.

DIY Apple Pie Spice Favors - Discover, A World Market Blog

A little bit of this and a little bit of that…

DIY Apple Pie Spice Favors - Discover, A World Market Blog

Finish off the entire DIY with some ribbon and labels. You can find the apple pie spice labels on Just Destiny Mag.

Another fun twist would be pumpkin pie spice (because it’s pumpkin everything season)! Let your imagination run wild, make your very own spice combo, have fun with your friends, and enjoy your friendsgiving!

 

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