I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again – fall is my favourite time of year! I can’t believe that it is almost already over. I’m hoping to make the best of what is left of the season, so I thought I would quickly share some of my favourite fall activities with you in case you’re in the same boat as me.
It’s no secret that I love everything related to fall. (See Exhibit A and Exhibit B here.) Naturally, with it being fall, I am craving pumpkin everything and I’m on a mission to do as many fall things as I can before it’s over.
Pumpkin bread, scones, cake, ice cream, candles, I love it all! And then I thought to myself, what is the one thing I like more than pumpkin? Tea of course, and then it hit me: Pumpkin Chai Cupcakes!!!
I have to admit that I was inspired by one of my favourite teas for this particular recipe… of course I’m referring to DAVIDsTea’s Pumpkin Chai! It is seriously the perfect tea for fall and warming the soul up after a crisp, fall day. I love the mix of sweet pumpkin, cinnamon and chai spices. It’s the perfect balance and drink for fall.
Fall technically isn’t over yet, but since I live in Canada… it’s totally over. And I’m really bummed about it.
Okay, okay, maybe I’m exaggerating a bit here but honestly it feels like we barely even had fall this year, it was still hot for half of September and now it’s nearly the end of October and it started to get colder, darker earlier and I can just feel winter coming and I’m not ready for it. Especially considering that it is supposed to be a brutal one.
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With fall just around the corner I decided to get a little festive and make some pumpkin ice cream! It’s no secret that I’m kind of obsessed with pumpkin everything. PSL’s are my jam.
I can’t be the only one that loves pumpkin everything, right?!
I’m not too sure where my love for pumpkin started to be honest… maybe it’s just because I love fall so much! I’m a big baby when it comes to extreme weather; I don’t do well in heat or cold (I’m the worst at being Canadian). I really wish the season was a bit longer here. The air just smells so crisp, the colours (and fashion) are amazing and then there is that whole obsession with pumpkins that I mentioned above.