The Best Pumpkin Spice Products to Buy This Fall
It's almost PUMPKIN SPICE season! Not all pumpkin products will be available quite yet, but we're keeping an eye on things.
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Talenti Pumpkin Pie Gelato
This Talenti gelato is made with layers of spiced pumpkin gelato, real pie crust pieces, and a ribbon of brown sugar sauce. In other words, it’s heaven for people who love fall flavors. Here’s what you need to know before you go pumpkin picking this fall.
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Pumpkin Spice Filled Baking Truffles
This is like a chocolate chip, but instead, it’s a baking truffle, filled with pumpkin spice goodness. You can bake it into any recipe in place of chocolate chips, but we recommend adding ’em to pumpkin cookies for double the pumpkin goodness. If you’re looking to make pumpkin pie, here’s the secret ingredient you need.
Pumpkin Spice Cotton Candy
This autumnal cotton candy is found only on Etsy and at a shop called Chocolate Storybook in West Des Moines, Iowa. It’s handcrafted by the shop’s owner—and each tub is the perfect blend of pumpkin spice, sugar, and nostalgia. Find out the most popular candy the year you were born.
Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer
Skip the Starbucks drive-through, and head to your kitchen for a PSL this fall. Coffee Mate’s Pumpkin Spice creamer is too good to pass up, though you can only find all this decadence in stores for $2.39. Keep an eye out for this during your next grocery haul. (It also comes in a sugar-free version!) If you love fall flavors, you’ll enjoy this secret apple pie drink at Starbucks.
Pumpkin Spice Tea
If you’re looking for something sweet and spicy to warm up with this fall, look no further than Tea Forte’s Pumpkin Spice tea. The tasting notes include pumpkin and chai with a zesty aroma of ginger and clove. You can find this tea on Tea Forte’s website for $22. Have you ever wondered if coffee or tea is better for you?
Pumpkin Spice Kettle Corn
Even snacktime deserves a sprinkle of pumpkin spice magic. Boom Chicka Pop is dialing up the pumpkin in your diet this year with pumpkin spice kettle corn just made for movie night—or any other night! It’s not available online, but keep an eye out at your local grocery store for this autumnal treat. Break it out for your next backyard movie night.
Pumpkin Cheesecake Cookies
What’s better than scarfing down a plate of Pepperidge Farm pumpkin cookies? Scarfing down a plate of Pepperidge Farm Pumpkin Cheesecake Cookies! These soft-baked, pumpkin delights come with cream cheese morsels, and you can find a bag near you using this nifty store locator. If these cookies make you think of the comfort of grandma, you’ll want to try these recipes just like grandma used to make.
Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate
Throw on your bulkiest sweater, because we’re hunkering down as the leaves fall with a steaming cup of Swiss Miss Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate. Each box comes with eight packets of the good stuff, and you can find a box near you with Swiss Miss’ store locator. Happy sipping! Take a look at these hot chocolate hacks to try, too.
Pumpkin Spice Pancake & Waffle Mix
Pair your Pumpkin Spice Latte with a stack of fall-flavored pancakes tomorrow morning. For less than $2, you can spice up breakfast with Great Value’s Pumpkin Spice Pancake & Waffle Mix. Move quickly, though—all this decadence won’t be in stores for long. Definitely utilize this secret ingredient for the fluffiest pancakes ever.
Pumpkin Spice Swirl Bread
Thanks to Pepperidge Farm, toast just got an upgrade. This limited-edition swirl bread packs all the sweetness of fall into one thickly-sliced loaf, complete with a spicy center. Snag yourself a bag from Walmart this autumn for just $3 a pop—your breakfast will thank you.
Pumpkin Pie Pop-Tarts
What’s better than waking up to a big ol’ slice of pumpkin pie? Waking up to a slice of pumpkin pie all wrapped up in a crumbly Pop-Tart. This is our favorite thing since the release of Mini Pop-Tarts Cereal, and it’s available at Walmart for a little less than $4. Now’s the time to stock up! Add these fall activities to your bucket list.
Pumpkin Spice Sparkling Water
This fall, you can even quench your thirst with something pumpkin! This Vive sparkling water tastes just like your favorite seasonal latte, and they’ll soon be available at Trader Joe’s for just $9.99 per six-pack. You’ll want to try these as soon as you see them.
Pumpkin Spice Marshmallows
$19.99 for a pack of 3
Jet-Puffed is making adorable pumpkin spice marshmallows again for 2020! We’re going to make pumpkin spice s’mores crispy bars. Or use these marshmallows to top a homemade pumpkin spice latte. Or both. Probably both. These foods taste so much better in the fall.
Pumpkin Spice Milano Cookies
This luxurious cookie brand is bringing back its exquisite pumpkin spice cookies just in time for fall. Pumpkin Spice Milanos will be on shelves everywhere at the end of August, but you may be able to find a package sooner at select retailers. See our definitive ranking of Pepperidge Farm cookies.
Pumpkin Pie Kit Kats
Forget the changing color of the leaves, seeing Pumpkin Pie Kit Kats in stores is the signal that fall has arrived! Find out how long Halloween candy is good for.
Pumpkin Spice Almonds
What’s better than snacking on a handful of almonds? Snacking on a handful of Blue Diamond’s pumpkin spice almonds. These delightful treats combine the satisfying crunch of the almonds with a sweet, natural pumpkin spice flavor.
Pumpkin Spice Kind Bars
Lucky for us, a limited edition batch of Kind caramel almond pumpkin spice bars is making a comeback this season. This bar captures all the flavors of fall by combining real pumpkin, crunchy almonds, smooth caramel, and a kick of spice in one snack. Bonus: Each Kind bar has only 5 grams of sugar.
Pumpkin Spice Cheerios
Start your day with a bowl of pumpkin spice-flavored cereal. We’re most excited about the Cheerios—but at the grocery store this fall, you’ll find Special K, Kellogg’s Frosted Mini-Wheats, and even Frosted Flakes with limited-edition pumpkin spice flavors.
Pumpkin Spice Complete Cookies
Lenny & Larry’s pumpkin spice complete cookies were such a hit last fall, they decided to sell it all year round. The rich, cake-like vegan cookies are packed with seasonal flavors and 16 grams of plant-based protein to keep you going throughout the day. Add these recipes to your fall baking list.
Mrs. Renfro’s Pumpkin Salsa is an unexpected flavor combo. It’s a happy mix of pumpkin spice, real pumpkin and classic salsa ingredients, like tomato and peppers. Enjoy as a dipping sauce during football tailgates or try using it as a marinade; it makes a tasty base for slow-cooked chicken, too.
Don’t fret, tea drinkers: There’s something delicious for you, too. Celestial Seasonings pumpkin black tea is a caffeinated tea blend infused with cinnamon, nutmeg, and pumpkin for a flavor profile reminiscent of autumn.
Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal
Start your day with a warm bowl of Quaker pumpkin spice goodness. Ready in 2 minutes or less, you’ll enjoy the taste of sweet pumpkin and warm cinnamon spice paired with whole grain oats.
Pumpkin Pancake Mix
If you’re more of a pancake person, you’ll want to add Kodiak Cakes to your kitchen cabinet. This all-natural mix is made with 100 percent whole grains and packed with 10g of protein per serving. Take a look at which pancake mix was the standout in this taste test.
Pumpkin Spice Oat Bars
$29.88 for a 12-pack
Bobo’s combined all the ingredients in a classic pumpkin pie recipe—like nutmeg, cinnamon, and pumpkin—into one good-for-you bar. This is a limited-edition flavor, of course!
Pumpkin Spice Dog Treats
$18.99 for a 3-pack
Even our furry friends can get in on the fun with this pack of three Fruitables pumpkin spice dog treats. It’s soft and chewy, made in the USA, and uses fresh-packed pumpkin as the first ingredient. The mini size is perfect for small pups. Now, take your pumpkin spice faves and head to the best pumpkin patch in your state.