22 Pumpkin Products We Can’t Wait to Try This Season
If you can dream it, there’s probably a pumpkin spice version of it. Here are a few of the pumpkin products we’ve spotted this year that are worth trying.
Pumpkin season is officially upon us, and stores are filling up with pumpkin products of all kinds. To help you stay on top of the latest pumpkin arrivals, we’re keeping track of pumpkin products hitting shelves this year, old favorites that are back, and of course, the release of Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte. Whether you favor pumpkin spice or traditional pumpkin in your snacking, we’ll help you keep your pantry and fridge stocked with pumpkin everything from now until peppermint season.
Of course, we can’t talk about pumpkin spice without mentioning the latte that helped skyrocket this fall flavor to legendary status. It wouldn’t be fall without the return of this ever-popular latte, and this year it came back earlier than ever, returning on August 27. Consider this your reminder to swing by the drive-through.
If you’ve picked up this white chocolate version of traditional M&Ms in years past, you’ll be happy to see them again. Mars Wrigley confirmed that White Pumpkin Pie M&Ms will be back for the fall season this year alongside the new Creepy Cocoa Crisp flavor, and you should be able to find them at stores like Walmart and Target. Eat them by the handful, or try adding them to some of your fall baking recipes; they might make a tasty topping for actual pumpkin pie!
Hands down, Pumpkin Spice Cheerios have to be one of our favorite pumpkin-flavored breakfasts. We look forward to their return every single year, and thankfully, they’ve already been spotted back on shelves. Plus, they’re made with whole grains and real pumpkin puree (and they're gluten-free!), so unlike some pumpkin breakfast offerings that pack in the sugar, you can feel better about pouring yourself a bowl of this pumpkin spice treat.
We love Kit Kats and we love pumpkin pie, so of course they’re delicious together. These festive treats feature the Kit Kat wafers we know layered together with a new pumpkin pie-flavored crème and covered in orange chocolate. First introduced back in 2017, Pumpkin Pie Kit Kats made their debut on August 1 this year—maybe you’ve already seen them!
Given the popularity of the Pumpkin Spice Latte, Starbucks made it easier to recreate your own version at home. Alongside three other creamers inspired by fan-favorite orders, Starbucks released Pumpkin Spice Latte coffee creamer this year. To add a splash to your morning mug, just head to the refrigerator aisle of your favorite grocery store (it should be on shelves now!).
These rolls combine two fall favorites into one—pumpkin spice and cinnamon. They’re back in 2019, and we love the swirls of cinnamon and pumpkin spice icing. Pillsbury’s Pumpkin Spice Cinnamon Rolls are available for breakfasts now, and you can find them at stores like Target and Walmart.
Instead of topping your pumpkin pie with ice cream, turn it into an ice cream treat. Dairy Queen’s longtime favorite Pumpkin Pie Blizzard is back for the 28th year in a row, and you can order one for dessert as of August 26. These limited edition blizzards feature actual pumpkin pie pieces blended with soft serve vanilla ice cream, and, of course, a swirl of whipped cream on top.
We’ve loved them in years past, and it looks like these marshmallow treats are set to return this year. If you haven’t tried them before, Pumpkin Pie Rice Krispies Treats are just like the classic version, only with pumpkin flavoring and a drizzle of icing on top. There hasn’t been an official announcement yet, but we've been seeing them pop up on several Instagram accounts, so we know they’re out there!
Want to add pumpkin spice flavoring to everything you eat this fall, from breakfast to dessert? Philadelphia’s Pumpkin Spice Cream Cheese is the ticket, and luckily it appears to be back in stock at Walmart. Smear some on a bagel or toast, or go all out and use this delectable spread to make a pumpkin spice cheesecake.
Crisp Milano cookies are already popular for snacking, and adding pumpkin spice to the rich chocolate centers makes an indulgent fall dessert. This limited-edition flavor has already hit shelves at Walmart and Target, which is good because we can’t help but crave a Pumpkin Spice Milano whenever we order an autumn latte.
You can make everything you bake this fall taste like pumpkin spice by adding Nestlé’s new Pumpkin Spice Baking Truffles to your batter. The orange and white swirls make them look gorgeous, and they taste even better with a pumpkin spice filling in the middle. They’re only available in select stores—Giant Eagle, Harris Teeter, HyVee, Kroger, Meijer, Schnucks Markets, and Supervalu stores—so make sure you stock up if you see them.
Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte has some competition this year. One of the first pumpkin coffee drinks to hit stores, Dunkin' released their own Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Signature Latte on August 21. You can pick up a few other pumpkin treats to pair with your coffee too, as they’re also bringing back their pumpkin muffins and donuts.
Baskin Robbins’ flavor of the month for September is Pumpkin Cheesecake, and it sounds downright decadent. The autumn-themed flavor features pumpkin and cheesecake ice cream mixed with ginger snap cookie pieces and a ribbon of cinnamon cream cheese. Grab your spoon (unless you order a cone, that would just be weird)!
There’s something about pumpkin spice that just tastes amazing on a chilly fall morning, and Quaker Oats’ Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal is one way to bring that flavor to the breakfast table. Just imagine how cozy you’ll feel curling up with a bowl of pumpkin-spiced oatmeal, especially with an extra sprinkle of cinnamon or a few pecans on top. This favorite fall breakfast is back again this year and already making its way into stores like Walmart and Target.
A handful of almonds is one of our favorite afternoon pick-me-up snacks. Naturally, they need a makeover for fall, and Planters has delivered in years past with their Pumpkin Spice Almonds. This top-notch desk snack looks set to return again this year, and should be making its way back into stores (though if all else fails, you’ll be able to order a canister on Amazon starting September 4).
Taking a brief break from the Pumpkin Spice Latte, Starbucks is also releasing it’s first new pumpkin drink since the PSL arrived on the scene 16 years ago. If you prefer your Pumpkin Spice Lattes iced, you’ll definitely want to try Starbucks’ new Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew. It hit stores the same day as the PSL (August 27), and features a pumpkin cream cold foam with a sprinkle of pumpkin spice on top.
Enjoy your pumpkin spice in a slightly healthier way by picking up a box of Pumpkin Spice RX Bars. This returning product is on shelves at Target now and features a simple ingredient list—it’s just dates, egg whites, nuts, pumpkin, and fall seasonings like cinnamon and cloves. Grab one on your way out the door for a quick breakfast, or snack on one in the afternoon to power you through the day until dinner.
Pumpkin cookies, yum! To help you get a head start on all your pumpkin baking, Pillsbury is bringing back their popular pumpkin cookies with cream cheese chips. Pillsbury confirmed that you should start seeing them on shelves now at stores like Walmart, Kroger, Albertson Safeway, Target, and Supervalu, and it sounds like they’ll be sticking around until November.
Pumpkin pie is sweet and so are Pop Tarts, so it’s only natural that the two go together. These popular toaster pastries are back for pumpkin season and ready to make your breakfast taste a little more like dessert. They should be in stores like Walmart now, and we can’t help but think they’d taste great with a pumpkin spice latte.
We’re thankful September is coming up fast, because that’s when Jeni’s Pumpkin Cake Roll Ice Cream is supposed to launch. Each carton features a sweet pumpkin ice cream with swirls of spiced cream cheese, and, best of all, chunks of cake. Drooling already? If you haven’t seen pints in the freezer section before, you can usually find Jeni’s Ice Cream at Whole Foods.
We already enjoy all kinds of savory and sweet bagel flavors year-round, so why not pumpkin spice, too? Unfortunately, Thomas’s Pumpkin Spice Bagels are a limited-edition item, but we’re happy to toast them for breakfast in the fall while we can. Grab some pumpkin spice cream cheese to spread on top if you’re a true fan of the flavor.
It’s creamy, it’s pumpkin-y, and it’s one of our favorite yogurts! Noosa is bringing back their pumpkin-flavored yogurt this year, and it’s already starting to hit shelves at stores like Target. If you like your pumpkin treats with a healthful boost of probiotics, this is the pumpkin product for you.