Sauces and Spreads from Every Pumpkin Spice Product You Can Buy Right Now Gallery
Every Pumpkin Spice Product You Can Buy Right Now Gallery
Every Pumpkin Spice Product You Can Buy Right Now
It doesn't matter what time of year it may actually be, right now, it's all about fall. Yes, we’re planning our Halloween costumes, we’ve switched to hot coffee, and we’re ready to jump in crunchy piles of red, gold, yellow, and orange leaves. As the seasons change, so do our flavor desires. Maple who? Caramel what? Let’s be real, pumpkin is the superior fall flavor.
This year, Starbucks’ annual release of the pumpkin spice latte came earlier than ever on August 28, which you likely already know because it’s practically a nationwide phenomenon. The drink even has its own verified Twitter account, where it’s referred to as “fall’s official beverage.”
Starbucks’ beloved PSL isn’t the only fall-flavored beverage on the market now. New and returning pumpkin and pumpkin spice products seem to pop up every second. We investigated virtual and physical store shelves to find them, from your run-of-the-mill baked goods and candy to alcohol and deodorant. Here’s (almost) every pumpkin spice product you can buy right now.
Put on your party pants and fire up the fall festivities with Sam Adams Harvest Pumpkin Ale. It’s made with real pumpkin! Wine drinkers can put their pinkies up with Three Lakes Winery’s semi-sweet pumpkin vino that’s comparable to chardonnay. For all-things-mixed-drinks, turn to Captain Morgan’s Jack-O Blast pumpkin spiced rum or pumpkin spice Kahlúa.
GoGo Squeez released a limited batch of pumpkin spice apple sauce made with real pumpkin! The contents of this teeny green pouch are dairy-, gluten-, and nut-free. Plus, you don’t need a spoon to eat it. We love a good no-mess snack.
Einstein Bros. Bagels’ fall lineup features a pumpkin walnut crunch bagel with a pumpkin schmear. Make your own version at home with a walnut-less pumpkin spice bagel from the ever-iconic Thomas brand. Just add cream cheese! Or skip that step altogether with Nancy’s petite bagels. These puffy fluffers are pre-stuffed with Philadelphia cream cheese blended with pumpkin puree.
Do you want to smell pumpkin all season long from the comfort of your own home? Glade makes a pumpkin-scented candle, and so does Mrs. Meyer’s. You can find both of them at big-name stores including Target.
Godiva’s new line dubbed G Cubes features lavish milk chocolate squares filled with pumpkin spice ganache. Lindt is selling “irresistibly smooth” melt-in-your-mouth pumpkin spice truffles, too! And if your morning #PSL didn’t wake you up, try again with Wild Ophelia’s pumpkin spice cold brew chocolate coffee bites sold exclusively at Whole Foods.
Pillsbury brought back its pumpkin spice Grands! The giant Cinnabon rolls come in a ready-to-bake tube with pumpkin spice icing.
You can run, but you can’t hide from pumpkin spice coffee, because it’s literally everywhere. Obviously it’s at Starbucks (where you can also buy it in K-cup form), but Green Mountain, Dunkin Donuts, and Target’s Archer Farms sell it in ground form, too. No time for brewing? Opt for FORTO’s organic PSL coffee shot or La Colombe’s “clean label” pumpkin spice draft latte in a can instead.
Plastic straws are out and cookie straws are in. Starbucks is selling pumpkin spice cookie straws to suck up the PSL. Lenny & Larry’s — the originators of the protein cookie category — carries a vegan pumpkin spice cookie with 16 grams of protein. For dessert without the gains, check out Pepperidge Farm’s unbelievably moist pumpkin cheesecake cookies and pumpkin spice Milanos, Keebler’s white fudge-drizzled pumpkin spice Fudge Stripes, or Whole Foods’ pumpkin pie cheesecake sandwich crèmes.
Pumpkin spice creamer will liven up any ol’ cup of joe. Coffee-Mate and International Delight both make one, and Silk offers a non-dairy almond milk version.
You read that right — even your pits can smell like pumpkin spice. Native Natural brought back its limited-edition pumpkin spice latte deodorant so your underarms can waft the beloved fall flavor at work, the gym, and everywhere in between.
Everyone’s favorite store-bought doughnut brand, Entenmann’s, has released its pumpkin flavor again. You can buy them by the whole or doughnut holes! (Try saying that one 10 times fast). You can also get pumpkin spice doughnuts made out of Rice Krispies and frosted and topped with sprinkles. Treat House sells them for $54 per 12-pack.
Spice up breakfast with Wolferman’s very aromatic pumpkin spice English muffins. Thomas also sells them alongside its bagels.
Target’s Archer Farms and Michele’s Granola sell pumpkin spice granola.
Jet-Puffed makes pumpkin spice marshmallows for s’mores or eating straight out of the bag. Either way, we won’t judge you. Smashmallow, on the other hand, makes premium snackable marshmallows made of all-natural ingredients. They’re sold Target only.
Do you know the Muffin Man, who lives on Drury Lane? Is he a pumpkin spice muffin man, like the kind Einstein Bros. Bagels and Entenmann’s sell? Was he born out of Simple Mills mix? The world may never know.
Both Planters and Blue Diamond sell pumpkin spice-dusted almonds by the can. You can get them in stores and online!
Archer Farms and Cosmos Creations both offer pumpkin spice popcorn — the perfect finger food for a spooky movie night.
Pretzels are a great snack for just about any occasion. Archer Farms sells pumpkin spice yogurt-covered pretzels (good luck not eating the whole bag in one sitting), Snyder’s of Hanover sells a dusted version of its famous pieces, and food court favorite Auntie Anne’s offers the flavor on its puffy little pretzel nuggets.
The OG purveyor of jiggly desserts, Jell-O, has a pumpkin spice-flavored pudding mix. And that’s all she wrote.
Sauces and Spreads
The pumpkin craze has gone so far that people are now making sauces and spreads from the gourd. We can understand Philadelphia’s pumpkin cream cheese, Peanut Butter & Co.’s pumpkin peanut butter, and Williams Sonoma’s caramel pumpkin butter — but a pumpkin mole sauce also exists. Are we heading into enchilada territory now, too?
Kind, Larabar, Bobo’s, and Nature’s Path all have relatively healthy pumpkin spice snack bars.
Pumpkin pie is the star of the Thanksgiving dessert table, but what if you could drink it from the bottle? Pumpkin pie soda exists, and if you’re into that, you can buy it from Lester’s Fixins on Amazon.
Harney & Sons, the company that sells affordable tea in fancy-looking tins, makes pumpkin spice sachets. Celestial Seasonings sells it too, and Tazo offers it in chai form.
There’s nothing like a golden sponge cake filled with pumpkin spice-flavored cream filling.
The dairy aisle is fully stocked with pumpkin options this fall. Siggi’s has an Icelandic “pumpkin and spice” kind, and Simply Balanced has a low-fat cup. Noosa makes a tub with plain yogurt and pumpkin puree at the bottom, and another — part of its Mates lineup — that comes with granola, white chocolate, and pepitas in a separate compartment on top.
All of the aforementioned products are available now online and/or in store, and for the most part, they’re relatively normal products — unlike these 10 times pumpkin spice went too far.
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