As the seasons change, so do our flavor desires. Maple who? Caramel what? Pumpkin is the superior fall flavor, and while Starbucks’ pumpkin spice latte might be the most beloved autumnal product on the market today, it isn’t the only one. New and returning pumpkin products seem to pop up every second, so we investigated virtual and physical store shelves to find them. From 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 pumpkin beer by some of the most popular brewers around. One quick spin around your local liquor store could offer up several options, but a good one to seek out is Elysian Brewing. The 6.7-percent ABV fan favorite, Night Owl, is made with pumpkin puree and juice, ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and allspice.
Wine drinkers can put their pinkies up with Three Lakes Winery Pumpkin Wine and for all things mixed drinks, turn to Captain Morgan’s Jack-O Blast pumpkin spiced rum, pumpkin spice-flavored Kahlúa or pumpkin spice Baileys Irish Cream.
Einstein Bros. Bagels’ fall lineup features pumpkin and pumpkin walnut crunch bagels as well as pumpkin schmear. Make your own version at home by hunting down a pumpkin spice bagel from your grocery store, like the one from Thomas', and then just add cream cheese. Wow, that was easy.
If you’re looking for something savory with a low calorie count, you can turn to Ancient Nutrition’s Bone Broth Protein in the pumpkin spice flavor. It’s made of beef bone broth and features all the familiar fall flavors. This paleo-friendly product has 20 grams of protein, no carbohydrates and 16 grams of collagen. It’s gluten-, grain-, dairy-, soy- and nut-free.
Archer Farms, exclusively sold at Target, makes a Pumpkin Spice Quick Bread Mix, which is kind of like banana bread, but for pumpkin fans. Similarly, Simple Mills and Whole Foods’ 365 Everyday Value brand make seasonal muffin and bread mixes. If you’re too busy to cook or just don’t want to, buy a loaf instead. Pepperidge Farms’ famous swirl bread comes in pumpkin spice.
Godiva’s G Cubes are lavish milk chocolate squares filled with pumpkin spice ganache. Lindt is selling “irresistibly smooth” melt-in-your-mouth pumpkin spice truffles and pumpkin spice Kit Kats are back just in time for epic trick or treating.
Pumpkin spice Frosted Flakes have sadly gone away, but Pumpkin Spice Cheerios are still here for you. At the end of your bowl, you’ll have DIY pumpkin spice milk too.
Apple cider is a first-rate fall drink, but pumpkin spice cider also exists. You can find it at Aldi.
You can run, but you can’t hide from pumpkin spice coffee, because it’s truly everywhere. It’s best known at places like Starbucks (they have a Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew that just launched this year), Dunkin’ and Tim Hortons, but you can also pick some up from Target, Aldi, Whole Foods and practically every other store on the planet. No time for brewing? Opt for FORTO’s organic PSL coffee shot or La Colombe’s “clean label” Pumpkin Spice Draft Latte. Meal kit Daily Harvest also sells a superfood “farm frozen” pumpkin spice-like Kabocha and Spice latte.
Starbucks is selling pumpkin spice cookie straws to enhance the experience of drinking a PSL. It’s like coffee and biscotti, but make it fall. Lenny & Larry’s carries a vegan pumpkin spice cookie with 10 grams of fiber and 16 grams of plant-based protein. Pepperidge Farm makes moist pumpkin cheesecake cookies, Keebler brought back its white fudge-drizzled pumpkin spice Fudge Stripes, Aldi has pumpkin spice snickerdoodles, Whole Foods has pumpkin pie cheesecake sandwich crèmes and Daiya makes a convincing vegan pumpkin spice cheesecake.
Pumpkin spice creamer will liven up any ol’ cup of joe. Coffee Mate, Friendly Farms (Aldi’s store brand) and International Delight all make one, and Califia Farms offers multiple non-dairy milk versions.
You read that right — even your pits can smell like pumpkin spice. Native brought back its limited-edition pumpkin spice latte deodorant so your underarms are fresh with pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves.
Who says fall is only enjoyed by people? Let your four-legged friend in on the action with pumpkin-flavored treats from places like Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s.
Hood usually makes a pumpkin spice eggnog, though we aren’t sure if it’s returning just yet. Good Karma Foods is offering a plant-based pumpkin spice “nog” made with flax milk available at Sprouts, King Soopers, Lucky’s Market, Natural Grocers and more. Daily Meal staffers tested it and it’s very good.
Spice up breakfast with Wolferman’s aromatic pumpkin spice English muffins. Thomas' also sells them alongside its bagels.
Not only is this product pumpkin-flavored, it’s pumpkin spice cheesecake-flavored, which is arguably a superior flavor. Yasso’s pumpkin cheesecake bar features pumpkin cheesecake frozen Greek yogurt with a graham cracker swirl. TCBY is serving up pumpkin pie-flavored soft serve this season too.
Target and Whole Foods both sell pumpkin spice granola under their private labels.
Curl up by the fire with a toasty mug of pumpkin spice hot cocoa from Swiss Miss, and add marshmallows if you’re feeling fancy.
You don’t have to stop enjoying ice cream when colder weather rolls around. Talenti, Whole Foods, Ben & Jerry’s and boutique brands like Van Leeuwen all sell pumpkin-flavored pints. Satisfy your sweet tooth without sacrificing the extra calories with Enlightened, or Halo Top which recently launched its pumpkin pie flavor in non-dairy and vegan.
Jet-Puffed makes pumpkin spice marshmallows for s’mores or eating straight out of the bag. Also, Smashmallow (sold at Target only) and Dandies make premium snackable marshmallows made of all-natural ingredients.
Do you know the Muffin Man, who lives on Drury Lane? Is he a pumpkin spice muffin man 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 Whole Foods’s 365 Everyday Value brand both offer pumpkin spice popcorn — the perfect finger food for a spooky movie night. Aldi even sells a bag that’s pumpkin spice and caramel.
Pretzels are a great snack for just about any occasion. Archer Farms sells pumpkin spice yogurt-covered pretzels.
Quest Nutrition’s pumpkin pie protein bar features fall spices and vanilla-flavored cookie pieces, and contains 21 grams of protein, four grams of net carbs, less than one gram of sugar and 12 grams of fiber. RXBAR also makes a pumpkin spice-flavored protein bar made from dates, egg whites, cashews, almonds, cinnamon, “natural flavors,” pumpkin and cloves. It has 12 grams of protein, 14 grams of sugar, 24 grams of carbs and five grams of fiber.
Whole Foods’ private label, 365 Everyday Value, is responsible for your new favorite side dish: Pumpkin and Sage Farro Pilaf.
The pumpkin craze has gone so far that people are now making sauces and spreads from the gourd. There’s Philadelphia’s pumpkin cream cheese, Whole Foods’ pumpkin cardamom pasta sauce, Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Butter, Peanut Butter & Co.’s pumpkin peanut butter and Williams Sonoma’s caramel pumpkin butter — and pumpkin mole sauce even exists.
Kind, Larabar, Bobo’s and Nature’s Path all have pumpkin spice snack bars.
You can wash your hands and dishes with Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day pumpkin-scented soap made with olive oil and aloe vera, or Native’s pumpkin spice latte body wash and soap bar.
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 or Maine Root.
It sounds like a joke, but it’s not. Pumpkin spice Spam is real. Daily Meal editors got to try it too, and they thought it tasted like breakfast sausage.
There’s nothing like a golden sponge cake filled with pumpkin spice-flavored cream filling.
The dairy aisle is fully stocked with pumpkin options from Siggi’s and Simply Balanced to Oikos and Chobani. Noosa also makes a tub with honey yogurt and pumpkin puree at the bottom. If you’ve already started your car and are on your way out to pick up any (or all) of the aforementioned pumpkin products, that’s just one of many signs you’re obsessed with fall.
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