The Best Pumpkin Spice Products to Buy This Fall
It's almost PUMPKIN SPICE season! Not all pumpkin spice products will be available quite yet, but we're keeping an eye on things.
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Need a pumpkin dessert in 5 minutes flat for a get-together (or for a serious pumpkin spice craving)? Serve this pumpkin spice pudding on its own or with a dollop of whipped cream on top. This mix can also be used as an easy-to-fix pumpkin pie filling!
There are plenty of great coffee recipes that taste even better with a splash of pumpkin coffee creamer! This delicious concoction comes from Starbucks and it promises all of the spicy, pumpkin flavor you crave from your favorite autumnal treat. (It also comes in an almond and oat milk version!)
Pumpkin lovers are bound to love this drizzle on just about anything—ice cream, pies, lattes, you name it! You can snag yourself a decadent 16-ounce bottle of this pumpkin sauce from Amazon for around $14. That’s not much for your own Starbucks copycat drink.
Cinnamon rolls and pumpkin spice…what could be better than that dynamic duo? Pillsbury’s pumpkin cinnamon rolls offer up decadent, cozy flavor that’s perfect for a chilly fall day. If you have extra time on your hands, try making your own pumpkin cinnamon rolls from scratch.
This autumnal cotton candy has to be one of the more unusual pumpkin spice products on our list. It’s 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.
This artisanal Greek yogurt is low in fat and made with all-natural dairy. It’s packed with protein, making it an ideal post-workout snack. Nounos only makes this flavor in autumn, so pick it up when you see it at Whole Foods or Wegmans.
Skip the Starbucks drive-thru, and head to your kitchen for a fall drink this year. Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Cold Brew Concentrate is too good to pass up. Keep an eye out for this during your next grocery haul or order it online from Instacart.
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.
Even snacktime deserves a sprinkle of pumpkin spice magic. Flipz is dialing up the pumpkin in your diet this year with pumpkin spice pretzels just made for movie night—or any other night! Keep an eye out at your local grocery store for this autumnal treat or buy it online from Walmart.
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.
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, buy it from Target or you can also find a box near you with Swiss Miss’ store locator. Happy sipping!
Pair your Pumpkin Spice Latte with a stack of fall-flavored pancakes tomorrow morning. For less than $6, you can enjoy Simple Mills’ Pumpkin Spice Pancake & Waffle Mix for breakfast. Move quickly, though—all this decadence won’t be around for long.
Thanks to Thomas, 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 Instacart for just $3.69 a pop—your breakfast will thank you.
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 Pumpkin Spice Pop-Tart. This is our favorite thing since Pop-Tart’s summery fruit flavor release, and it’s available at Target for a little less than $4. Now’s the time to stock up!
Jet-Puffed is making adorable pumpkin spice marshmallows again for 2021! 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.
This luxurious cookie brand is bringing back its exquisite pumpkin spice cookies just in time for fall. Pumpkin Spice Milanos are already flying off shelves in August…grab ’em before they’re gone! Oh, and make sure to see our definitive ranking of Pepperidge Farm cookies.
Pillsbury’s limited edition Pumpkin Cookie Dough will be back this year. Since 2020, Pillsbury made these bad boys with their new “eat or bake” formula—which means this dough is never going to make it to the oven.
Lucky for us, Kind caramel almond pumpkin spice bars are 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.
Start your day with a bowl of Pumpkin Spice Cheerios. Cheerios are one of the pumpkin spice products we’re most excited about, but at the grocery store this fall, you’ll find other pumpkin spice-flavored cereals, too. Here’s what we thought when we tried pumpkin spice Cheerios.
Lenny & Larry’s pumpkin spice complete cookies were such a hit last fall, they decided to bring it back for a limited time again this year. 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.
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 tailgate appetizer or try using it as a marinade; it makes a tasty base for slow-cooked chicken, too.
PSL lovers, rejoice! You can replicate the fall classic at home with Starbucks pumpkin spice K-cup pods. Brew a creamy latte made with real pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg flavors and curl up with your favorite book. Then, head to the cafe for more Starbucks fall menu items.
You can now find healthy pumpkin spice products in stores, too! Start your day with a warm bowl of pumpkin spice oatmeal. Ready in under a minute, you’ll enjoy the taste of pumpkin and warm cinnamon and nutmeg paired with whole grain oats.
Last but certainly not least, you’ve got to get your oven mitts on this pumpkin spice doughnut mix! All you need is eggs, milk and butter to transform this mix into a bite-sized breakfast or sweet treat. If full-size doughnuts are more your thing, try making these frosted pumpkin doughnuts.