- Pumpkin spice 2019: 23 products you can buy now
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- Pumpkin Spice Products Are Already Here, for Better & for Worse
- Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Coffee and Cookie Straws, $30.10 on Amazon
- Califia Farms Pumpkin Spice Cold Brew with Almond Milk, 8 for $38 on Amazon
- Omega PowerCreamer Keto Pumpkin Spice Creamer, $20.95 on Amazon
- Jordan’s Skinny Sugar-Free Syrups Pumpkin Trio, $22 on Amazon
- Twinings Pumpkin Spice Chai, 40 bags for $7.69 on Amazon
- Pumpkin Spice Cheerios, 2 for $16.88 on Amazon
- Pumpkin Spice Special K, $11.88 on Amazon
- Quaker Oats Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal, $2.48+ at Walmart
- Thomas’ Limited Edition Pumpkin Spice Bagels, $2.49 at Target
- Kind Bars Caramel Almond Pumpkin Spice, 30 for $25.99 on Amazon
- RX Bars Pumpkin Spice, 12 for $25.99 on Amazon
- Blue Diamond Pumpkin Spice Almonds, $5.99 on Amazon
- Nutty Novelties Pumpkin Spice Peanut Butter, $12.95 at Williams Sonoma
- Pillsbury Grands! Pumpkin Spice Cinnamon Rolls, $3.89 at Target
- The Original Cakebites Harvest Pumpkin Spice, $7.99 on Amazon
- Pumpkin Spice Jell-O, $9.99 on Amazon
- Werther’s Original Pumpkin Spice Soft Caramels, $2.98 at Walmart (currently out of stock)
- Pumpkin Spice Spam (available to buy September 23)
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- The Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Foods You Need in Your Life
- Pumpkin Joe-Joe’s
- Pumpkin Chocolate Chunk Oatmeal Cookie Mix
- Pumpkin Caramel Danish Kringle
- Pumpkin Cheesecake
- 24 Pumpkin Spice Things We Really Don’t Need This Fall
Pumpkin spice 2019: 23 products you can buy now
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Put down your basic iced coffee, and retire the rosé.
As Hot Girl Summer winds down and the occasional breeze gives way to sweater weather, Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte (and all it’s edible, drinkable, sprayable derivatives) will be roused from hibernation for another season in the sun.
While the ubiquitously-adored beverage won’t be available until Tuesday, Aug. 27, the earliest release in the coffee corps’ 16-year run of the product, fans can indulge in a deluge of other trendy treats right now.
Here are the new pumpkin spice products of 2019 to curb your craving, so you don’t have to try that eye-watering pumpkin spice-flavored SPAM. Note: Prices vary depending on sales and outlets so click-through for the latest deals.
The Original Pumpkin Spice Latte
- If it ain’t broke! The pumpkin spice drink that launched a thousand fall ‘grams is available online in bottles, and at a major discount compared to the grande varieties. Find your pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg flavor fix at Wal-Mart.
- Starbucks Fall Bundle: PSL Blend, Fall Blend, and Pumpkin Spice Straws — Ready to level up? Home brewers need not miss out on all the fall fun. Starbucks sells ground beans in the viral pumpkin flavor, along with a medium roast fall blend, as part of their fall bundle. The bean bags come with a canister of pumpkin spice cookie straws, too.
- Coffee Mate Pumpkin Spice Creamer — Your cup of joe deserves a lift. Spice it up with both natural and artificial flavoring, with Coffee Mate’s mini creamers. We can’t guarantee the photo-op will be as aspirational, but at least the taste will be the same.
- Pumpkin Spice K-Cups — Pods, meet pump. Green mountain coffee roasters released a limited edition K-cup for fall, and they’re about fifty cents a piece, though they come in doomsday-prepper approved packs of 72. The coffee is light roast, and fair trade.
- Pumpkin Spice Chai Tea — Love pumpkin spice but taking a break from caffeine? You’re in luck. Twinnings of London, the tea company, has a black tea infused with chai, cinnamon, ginger, pumpkin, allspice, nutmeg, and clove. The tea is the sippable equivalent to wrapping yourself in a knit blanket on a porch swing.
- Pumpkin Spice Almonds — Who says a healthy snack can’t feel indulgent? Blue Diamond almonds are packed with protein, and fiber, and can give you that spiced-pumpkin flavor without the added fat of milk and whipped cream that comes with the OG.
- Caramel Almond Pumpkin Spice Kind Bars — Snap up a box of these dessert-adjacent granola bars quick — the flavor was only made in a limited batch and is already a trending release on Amazon. The number one ingredient in this gluten free snack is almonds, and they come in packs of 12.
- Pumpkin Spice RX Bar — If you dream of Thanksgiving feasts, this bar is for you. RX prides itself on simple ingredients (this one has 3 egg whites, 6 almonds, 4 cashews, and 2 dates) but even they couldn’t resist getting in on the autumn trend.
Peanut Butter & Co.
- Pumpkin Spice Peanut Butter — Pumpkin spice PB & J might just be the new best part of back-to-school. Peanut Butter and Co. is making our fall dreams come true with their limited edition pumpkin spice seasonal flavor. Plus, there’s 7 grams of protein per serving.
- Pumpkin Spice Special K — Red berries just got competition. The low-fat, feel-good cereal brand is getting in on the PSL parade with cereal in their original and “Crunch” varieties, with wheat flakes with nutmeg, allspice, ginger and cinnamon clusters.
- Pumpkin Spice Cheerios — General Mills is generally with it. Their honey-nut Cheerios are delicious, but deserve being put aside to sample the pumpkin spice rendition, which, like original Cheerios, is gluten free.
- Pumpkin Spice Life — C’est la vie! Pumpkin Spice Life cereal sounds delicious with or without milk. A box of the good stuff is only $3.48 from Walmart.
- Pumpkin Spice Frosted Mini Wheats — Breakfast just got bonkers. Limited edition pumpkin spice frosted Mini Wheats is a mouthful to say, and eat. But it’s only available for a limited time.
- Pumpkin Pie Pop Tarts —What’s more American than apple pie? Pumpkin pie Pop-Tarts. This highly-addictive frosted breakfast pastry is a welcome treat any time of day.
- Pumpkin Spice Bagel and English Muffin — Odd-bagel queen Cynthia Nixon herself might even balk at Pumpkin Spice bagels. But Thomas, famous for their English muffins, which also come in a pump-spice variety, is betting on the trend — as well as the aroma of a pumpkin spice baked good warming in a toaster.
- Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal — When it comes to winter brekkies, oatmeal is king. But Quaker is edging into fall territory with their limited edition 12-pack of pumpkin spice oatmeal. This warm food was due for a fall glow-up.
- Nature’s Path Pumpkin Pie Frosted Pastries — Picky about pastries? These organic treats from Nature’s Path are made with real pumpkin filling, with nutmeg and ginger.
- Pumpkin Spice Cinnamon Rolls — How could a Pillsbury-Cinnabon collaboration be perfected? Pumpkin spice. That’s right, a limited edition pumpkin spice cinnamon roll, complete with pumpkin spice frosting, is available at Target online and in stores.
- Pumpkin Spice Greenies — Why should humans get to have all the fun? These pumpkin spice dental treats have the added benefit of cleaning your pup’s teeth, in addition to keeping them up with the latest fad.
- Pumpkin Dog Biscuits — Don’t eat these grain-free pumpkin and cinnamon crunchy treats — they’re only for canine consumption, though they do sound tasty enough for humans.
- Pumpkins and Coconut Dog Bones — There’s no wheat, corn or soy in these “human-grade” dog treats. There is delightful on-season coconut and pumpkin flavor, which your fur baby is sure to appreciate.
- Pumpkin Spice Latte For Dogs — Let’s hope your dog has a social media presence. This blend of pumpkin, goat milk and spices is the natural treat pet-fluencers have been begging at the table for.
- Pumpkin Spice Pooch Cake — Does your pet have a fall birthday? You’re in luck, because Pooch Cake makes a pumpkin spice flavor cake mix (just add water, eggs and oil) that will make Fido the envy of all the other pets.
Pumpkin Spice Products Are Already Here, for Better & for Worse
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The infamous Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte returned on August 27 this year (with a new Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew friend)—and Dunkin’ Donuts beat the competition by debuting their Pumpkin Spice products on August 21. Costco’s pumpkin pie is back already too. Now we’re halfway into September, which some would say is still too soon for all this PSL nonsense, but if you disagree, you’ll be happy to know there are a plethora of pumpkin spice products to buy besides coffee drinks, well in advance of October.
While some of us want to take in the last days of summer with barbecues and rosé on the patio, others are all in on pumpkin spice season.
It turns out that the best of both worlds actually can be had. Case in point: The weather is still delightful; the sun still stays out a bit longer; but the influx of pumpkin-spice flavored products has already hit the shelves in anticipation for the next season.
Instead of having to search high and low for these products, we did the work for you, bringing you this (very long, and still incomplete) list of pumpkin spice flavored gems (we’re looking at you, pumpkin spice latte popcorn—and side-eyeing you, pumpkin spice Spam!) that your pantry definitely needs as soon as possible—whether you’re ready for fall or not.
Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Coffee and Cookie Straws, $30.10 on Amazon
The company that seemingly put pumpkin spice on the map has already released its pumpkin spice K-cups and ground coffee this year. Both the K-cups and ground coffee are their limited-edition blend of pumpkin, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Pair it with some pumpkin spice cookie straws for an extra “spicy” treat. And look for their Pumpkin Spice Latte in stores at the end of this month—August 27, one day earlier than last year.Buy Now
Starbucks Pumpkin Spice K-Cups, 32 for $21.48 on Amazon
If you prefer single-serving coffee pods, they’ve got you covered too.
Califia Farms Pumpkin Spice Cold Brew with Almond Milk, 8 for $38 on Amazon
Califia Farms is making sure the morning gets started on the right foot with its pumpkin spice latte cold brew made with almond milk. With only 90 calories per serving, this fall flavor is soy-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, carrageenan-free, non-GMO, kosher, vegan, and made with 100 percent Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee.Buy Now
Omega PowerCreamer Keto Pumpkin Spice Creamer, $20.95 on Amazon
On keto and not sure if you’ll be able to get your pumpkin spice fix? Never fear, because Omega PowerCreamer is here. The brand has just released its pumpkin spice keto creamer with MCT oil and grass-fed ghee, perfect for making Bulletproof coffee or to blend into shakes or smoothies.Buy Now
Jordan’s Skinny Sugar-Free Syrups Pumpkin Trio, $22 on Amazon
Add a little pumpkin to your morning coffee, cold brew, or dessert with Jordan’s Skinny Sugar-Free Syrups. Available in a three-pack, the flavors include Pumpkin Spice, Pumpkin Cheesecake, and Pumpkin Caramel. The syrups are made with zero grams of sugar and have zero calories, the company says. Pretty sweet.Buy Now
Twinings Pumpkin Spice Chai, 40 bags for $7.69 on Amazon
Pumpkin spice and a warm beverage go together like peanut butter and jelly. New to the market is the Wissotzky Tea Company’s Pumpkin Spiced Chai (currently out of stock, but you can join the waiting list to be notified when it’s available again). The blend, says the company, is a toasty balance of cinnamon and ginger with pumpkin pieces, cloves, cardamom, black pepper, and chili. In the meanwhile, you have your pick of several other brands’ pumpkin chai offerings, including TAZO and Twinings.Buy Now
Pumpkin Spice Cheerios, 2 for $16.88 on Amazon
Cheerios is bringing back its pumpkin pie spice seasonal flavor. Made from whole grain oats, this special edition flavor has real pumpkin puree and a blend of cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove. The cereal is gluten-free as well, so everyone can enjoy the pumpkin spice life.Buy Now
Pumpkin Spice Special K, $11.88 on Amazon
More of a cornflake guy or gal? Another breakfast giant is helping people start the day the pumpkin spice way with limited-edition pumpkin spice Special K. The staple wheat and rice flakes are covered with the company’s blend of nutmeg, allspice, ginger, and cinnamon. This fall treat in a bowl can be eaten with or without milk and can even be used to make pumpkin spice cereal bars.Buy Now
Quaker Oats Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal, $2.48+ at Walmart
Warm oatmeal with a blend of sweet pumpkin and cinnamon spice is probably the breakfast of champions for the fall season. Quaker Oats is made with 100 percent whole grain oats and can be ready in minutes for those on-the-go mornings.Buy Now
Thomas’ Limited Edition Pumpkin Spice Bagels, $2.49 at Target
The king of English muffins is not missing out on fall’s biggest blend. The brand has introduced limited-edition pumpkin spice bagels and English muffins. Pair one of them with some butter and cinnamon sugar and you’ve got yourself a good morning. (Note: The Target listing shows a picture of banana bread bagels but the description indicates the pumpkin spice seasonal flavor. We recommend scoping out your local store for best results.)Buy Now
Kind Bars Caramel Almond Pumpkin Spice, 30 for $25.99 on Amazon
Kind Bars have an almond caramel pumpkin spice blend bar that is the cure for that 3 o’clock feeling. The bars are also gluten-free, made with non-GMO and responsibly-sourced ingredients, so it’s a pumpkin spice treat you can feel extra good about.Buy Now
RX Bars Pumpkin Spice, 12 for $25.99 on Amazon
Whole30 followers, rejoice! You can get your pumpkin spice fix without having to jump off the wagon. The pumpkin spice RX Bar is made from the company’s proprietary blend of eggs, nuts, and dates and then mixed with pumpkin, ginger, and nutmeg.Buy Now
Blue Diamond Pumpkin Spice Almonds, $5.99 on Amazon
Blue Diamond is taking its almonds up a notch as we move into the fall season. The brand is adding a dusting of pumpkin spice flavoring to its signature roasted almonds for the perfect midday seasonal snack. The almonds come in a six-ounce jar and something tells us that won’t be enough. (Santé Nuts also revealed its new pumpkin spice pecan snack. The company notes that the nuts have warm notes of cinnamon, allspice, and clove. They are also non-GMO, gluten-free, vegan, and made in a peanut-free facility in California; check for them in local stores.)Buy Now
Nutty Novelties Pumpkin Spice Peanut Butter, $12.95 at Williams Sonoma
Nutty Novelties has packaged their pumpkin spice peanut butter exclusively for Williams Sonoma. The spread blends roasted North Carolina peanuts with cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg. For more flavor and additional creaminess, the company adds in butterscotch and white chocolate chips too. Spread on fruit (think apple slices), bread, or use as a topping for oatmeal or ice cream.Buy Now
Pillsbury Grands! Pumpkin Spice Cinnamon Rolls, $3.89 at Target
Pillsbury is rolling out the pumpkin spice dough (see what we did there?) with its fall-flavored pumpkin spice rolls. These delectable breakfast treats come complete with pumpkin spice icing as well.Buy Now
The Original Cakebites Harvest Pumpkin Spice, $7.99 on Amazon
Welcome fall with the Harvest Pumpkin Spice limited edition snacks from The Original Cakebites. This sweet fall treat is made with layers of vanilla, pumpkin, and pumpkin spice cake with pumpkin jelly and then topped with a cinnamon streusel crumb. The perfect partner to your PSL or PSL equivalent.Buy Now
Pumpkin Spice Jell-O, $9.99 on Amazon
What’s fall without pumpkin spice Jell-O pudding? Use this to fill pies, make Halloween party treats, or simply eat it out of the bowl with a spoon.Buy Now
Werther’s Original Pumpkin Spice Soft Caramels, $2.98 at Walmart (currently out of stock)
The hard caramel giant has entered into the soft pumpkin spice game with the release of its Pumpkin Spice Harvest Caramels. This soft, sweet treat is said to have the perfect hint of pumpkin spice flavoring, but doesn’t lose the signature taste that Werther’s is famous for. We hope they’ll be back in stock soon…because we don’t want to shell out $13 for these on Amazon, no matter how good they are.Buy Now
Pumpkin Spice Spam (available to buy September 23)
That’s right people, even Spam couldn’t stay away from the pumpkin spice game. The new offering, which will be available in mid-September, blends Spam’s signature pork product with cinnamon, clove, allspice, and nutmeg. The company suggests using it as a topping for waffles, adding it to hash, or baking it into morning treats. It will be available at Walmart and Spam’s online stores.
Whole Foods Pumpkin Spice Products
Whole Foods is bringing its A-game this fall with a slew of pumpkin spice flavored products. Some of the offerings you can expect to see on the shelves soon (if you don’t already) from its 365 Brand include pumpkin spice latte popcorn; pumpkin spice applesauce; organic pumpkin spiced apple cider; pumpkin spice whipped topping; pumpkin spice cheesecake sandwich cremes; and pumpkin spice granola.
Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Spice Products
While we don’t have official confirmation from Trader Joe’s yet, we can certainly expect to see plenty of pumpkin spice seasonal favorites on TJ’s shelves soon too, including their pumpkin waffles, pumpkin spice cream cheese spread, and pumpkin cheesecake.
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream
Also coming to the market this fall is Jeni’s new pumpkin cake roll ice cream, which is filled with spiced sweet cheese and pumpkin cake pieces. Available at select grocery stores nationwide, the flavor will also be sold at Jeni’s outlets—as if the lines weren’t long enough already!
Related Reading: Our Favorite Pumpkin Spice Snacks of 2018 (lots of them are still available!)
Related Video: A Little Slice of Pumpkin Spice History
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The Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Foods You Need in Your Life
Having tasted every Oreo in existence, I know that with flavors like Cinnamon Bun or Birthday Cake, Nabisco does not aim for subtlety. I fully expected TJ’s would follow Oreo’s lead and overwhelm my tastebuds with pumpkin spice. That did not happen, and I couldn’t be happier about it. Despite the fact that this is made from two pumpkin-flavored cookies with a layer of pumpkin creme inside, the Joe-Joe isn’t as pumpkiny as you’d think — there’s just enough spice to keep your mouth happy. And because the creme is the best part, TJ’s adds a sizable layer that squishes out of the cookie when you bite down. Dip this into the whipped cream atop a Pumpkin Spice Latte and you might reach peak fall.
Pumpkin Chocolate Chunk Oatmeal Cookie Mix
I know, I know — who the hell wants to bake cookies when TJ’s offers so many delicious pre-made snacks? But it’s worth mixing together a couple ingredients for one sole reason: the smell of fall that will emanate from your oven when you’re baking it. It’s an intoxicatingly delicious scent, like baking an edible pumpkin Yankee Candle. (Please do not eat Yankee Candles). You can either make 24 small cookies or about 16 larger ones. You’ll even have plenty of cookies left over to give away to friends, who will think you’re some sort of Martha Stewart. The cookies have a ton of chocolate chips, and you’ll probably also notice that the spice blend goes heavy on the nutmeg. But if nutmeg and chocolate chips don’t sound good to you, why are you even reading this?!
Pumpkin Caramel Danish Kringle
Yeah, this isn’t a Trader Joe’s-branded item. But it may be one of the few nationwide grocers where you can find this delightful, oversized pastry courtesy of Racine, Wisconsin’s iconic O&H Danish Bakery, which will otherwise ship you one direct for around $30 (here it’s under $10). I’d never had one before, so I was surprised when a danish in the exact shape of a toilet seat came out of the bag. I threw it in the oven for three and a half minutes as instructed, and when it came out, I had the distinct pleasure of eating one of the best pumpkin-flavored pastries I’ve ever had. It’s flaky, warm, and has just the right of pumpkin spice. I prepared it as a midnight snack, but I’ve got a feeling it’s been enjoyed on a crisp fall morning with a cup of coffee. Pumpkin spice coffee, obviously.
The funniest thing about the instructions for preparing this pre-made cheesecake is that it says it keeps for five days in the fridge. The odds of this dessert made with real pumpkin not being completely eaten in five days are small indeed. It’s staggeringly affordable at $6.99, and all it requires from you is to defrost it overnight in the fridge, and taking it out one to two hours before you want to eat a slice of this decadent cheesecake with a whole-wheat crust. Best of luck not finishing it in one sitting.
24 Pumpkin Spice Things We Really Don’t Need This Fall
Pumpkin spice with cinnamon and nutmeg in still lifeThe pumpkin spice craze got started back in 2003, courtesy of Starbucks. The company’s research and development team, working out of Starbucks headquarters in Seattle, was looking for another seasonal specialty beverage to follow up on the coffee giant’s successful holiday-period Eggnog Latte and Peppermint Mocha offerings. Somebody suggested trying to develop a coffee drink with pumpkin pie flavor.
According to the story told by Starbucks, the team sat around eating pumpkin pie and sipping espresso until they figured out how to concoct a spice mix that would blend well with coffee and steamed milk — and Pumpkin Spice Latte was born.
Starbucks test-marketed its new creation successfully, then rolled it out all over America in the fall of 2004. It was a hit, and other coffee and fast food chains — among them 7-Eleven, Dunkin’ Donuts, McDonald’s, and Tim Hortons — soon followed Starbucks’ lead. A Starbucks spokesperson told Delish last year that the company had sold 350 million PSLs in the previous 14 years.
There’s nothing mysterious about pumpkin spice, of course. It’s basically the spices that go into traditional pumpkin pie. The version produced by McCormick, the world’s largest spice company, is a blend of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and allspice. The Starbucks recipe involves cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves.
There’s nothing wrong with PSL, as long as you don’t mind drinking a few emulsifiers and preservatives and at least 15% of your recommended daily calorie intake with your cup of spiced coffee and milk. The imitators are okay, too, if you like that sort of thing. And pumpkin pie spices seem perfectly sensible when added to things like cookies, ice cream, or doughnuts. But pumpkin spice Spam? Soda? Bath salts? Please. It’s as bad as all those bacon-flavored foods the world doesn’t need.
24/7 Tempo has compiled a list of pumpkin spice items, edible and otherwise, that just don’t seem to make any sense. Some involve actual pumpkin purée or juice; others involve no pumpkin, just the spices that traditionally flavor pumpkin pie — cinnamon most of all. Of course, you could always just eat a piece of pumpkin pie. These are the best pie shops in every state.
This is hardly an exhaustive list. A search for “pumpkin spice” products on Amazon returns 48 pages of results. There are even mystery novels built around it, one of which is called “Death by Pumpkin Spice.” We know the feeling.