.4 Bite-Sized Pumpkin Spice Desserts You Can Make At Home for the Fall

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The leaves are starting to turn color and will be falling off the trees soon. As the temperatures drop and everyone gets ready for Halloween and Thanksgiving, it’s time to get your pumpkin spice on!

The usual pumpkin pie or pumpkin spice roll is delectable in its own right. But what about bite-sized pumpkin spice desserts that kids and adults of all ages can enjoy? Taste the warmth of autumn as you cozy up by the fireplace with a cup of apple cider and your favorite bite-sized pumpkin spice dessert from what we have for you below.

While you are making these small bites at home, enjoy a round of your favorite casino game. Playing games can be just as relaxing as enjoying a delicious fall treat. If you are new to casino gaming, try slots. If you like games of thrilling chance, Blackjack would be your best choice. If you like being a risk taker, then roulette is the game for you! (Before playing casino games, be sure to check the legality of online gaming where you live)

1. Pumpkin Spice Fudge

Be as much of a risk taker as you would be playing a casino game by trying pumpkin spice fudge. Fudge can be made into any flavor. If you don’t believe us, just go to your nearest boardwalk and find a fudge and taffy shop! But that’s for next summer!

The key is to mix pumpkin puree, gingersnaps, pumpkin pie spice, sugar, and other fudge ingredients together into melted white chocolate morsels to achieve that quintessential autumn bite of fudgy goodness. Place in a pan of your choice and let it sit in the fridge for about 3 to 4 hours to firm up.

Cut the pumpkin spice fudge into squares and top them with caramel sauce, if desired. Then, enjoy these bite-sized fudgy delights after a long day of raking leaves in the yard.

2. Mini Pumpkin Pie Cheesecakes

Cheesecake lovers assemble! It’s time for pumpkin spice to take over your favorite dessert. Line your mini muffin tin with paper liners and preheat your oven.

The world is your pumpkin when you choose which type of crust you want. Try vanilla wafers, and graham cracker crust[1] , or add on more pumpkin taste with pumpkin cookies of your choice. Crush some pecans and mix them in your choice of crust. Mix with melted butter and place portions of it at the bottom of each liner.

Sour cream, pumpkin puree, and eggs make this cheesecake delectable and moist. Mix all the ingredients as directed and let them bake. Top with whipped cream and garnish with the cookie crumbs that you used for the crust.

3. Mini Pumpkin Pies

What’s better than a slice of pumpkin pie? Mini pumpkin pies that even the kids can enjoy without leaving part of the slice behind. Whip up your favorite pumpkin pie recipe and make the crust dough as directed from this recipe.

Grease a cupcake pan with baking spray. Shape some dough into each section of the cupcake pan to create a mini pumpkin pie shell. Spoon in the pumpkin pie mixture and let them bake as directed. Now you’ve got the perfect mini pumpkin pies to enjoy after Thanksgiving dinner!

4. Pumpkin Spice Donut Holes

Donut holes are the most fun way to eat bite-sized donuts. Enjoy these with a pumpkin spice latte, hot chocolate, or cup of milk.

Tasty has a pumpkin pie donut hole recipe that makes moist, fluffy donuts once they’re fried. Once you mix the batter, shape each donut hole with your hands that are coated in oil to make the process easier. Fry them in vegetable oil as directed. Top them with a mixture of sugar and pumpkin spice to finish off these baby fall delights.

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Are you “pumpkiny” enough for the pumpkin spice club? Which one of these recipes is your favorite? Did we miss one of your favorite pumpkin spice recipes?

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