These Are the Pumpkin Products Hitting Shelves at Trader Joe’s Now
You can find just about anything pumpkin-flavored you want.
Pumpkin season is back, and no one does it better than Trader Joe’s. While this popular grocery store comes out with delicious new finds practically every week, they also have a huge collection of seasonal products that rotate on and off shelves. Now that fall is upon us, we're seeing shelves and freezers filled with pumpkin goodies of all kinds.
Navigating the huge amount of pumpkin products that arrive every fall can be overwhelming, so to help you plan out your grocery list, we rounded up all of the pumpkin products we’ve seen hitting shelves at Trader Joe’s this year. Check out which seasonal favorites are coming back just in time for sweater weather, and keep your eyes peeled for a few new pumpkin products coming to stores for the first time.
We find it almost impossible to resist a good pumpkin cinnamon roll. The Trader Joe's version starts off just like a regular cinnamon roll, but gets filled with pumpkin puree and fall spices like cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves. Drizzle a pumpkin spiced icing on top when they’re hot out of the oven, and you’ll agree they’re well-worth the $3.99 price tag.
Pumpkin Spice Coffee
Start your day off on a pumpkin-spiced note with a cup of Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Spice Coffee. It’s quicker than stopping at Starbucks for a Pumpkin Spice Latte in the morning, and it’s filled with fall flavors like cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, and pumpkin spice (of course).
Petite Pumpkin Spice Cookies
It’s a good thing these pumpkin spice cookies are mini, because that means we can snack on a few for dessert instead of just one! If you haven’t encountered this cute cookies on Trader Joe’s shelves in years past, they’re made with pumpkin-spiced shortbread and covered in a tangy, creamy yogurt coating. To make them even more fun, tiny sprinkles dot the top of each cookie. You can pick up a 10-oz. box for just $2.99.
We have a hard time coming up with anything that Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Butter wouldn’t taste good on. You could spread it across crackers for a snack, on toast or a bagel for an easy breakfast, or on a dinner roll to add some pumpkin flavor to your supper. No matter how you use it, you can’t go wrong!
Pumpkin Bagels (Regular and Gluten-Free)
Whether you’re gluten-free or not, both varieties of pumpkin bagels are back on Trader Joe’s shelves. Pair them with pumpkin cream cheese and your Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew, and you can create a morning meal entirely made of pumpkin-spiced treats.
Pumpkin Cream Cheese Spread
Pumpkin Cream Cheese Spread has been a staple of pumpkin season at Trader Joe’s since it was introduced in 2010. Its dedicated fans will be happy to see it back this year for spreading on crackers, pumpkin bread, and of course, pumpkin bagels. Each 8-oz. tub should be about $1.99, and if it’s on your must-have list for fall, you can find in the refrigerated section.
Pumpkin Chocolate Chunk Oatmeal Cookie Mix
Baking pumpkin cookies is super simple this season, thanks to Trader Joe’s. Head to the baking aisle, and you’ll find this pumpkin oatmeal cookie mix with chocolate chunks, practically ready to bake (once you add an egg, butter, and water). One can of the mix yields 24 cookies in just about 15 minutes for some of your fastest fall baking ever.
Pumpkin Spiced Pumpkin Seeds
Pack a double-dose of pumpkin flavor for your next afternoon snack. These crispy, crunchy pumpkin seeds have a dusting of pumpkin spice to enhance their natural flavor. They’re a little savory and a little sweet at the same time, and you can find an 8-oz. bag near the dried fruit and nuts for $2.99.
Pumpkin Toaster Pastries
We already consider a hot toaster pastry a morning treat, but Trader Joe’s pumpkin version is even more delectable than their year-round variations. Each pastry is made with organic ingredients—including organic whole wheat flour and cane sugar—and filled with an organic pumpkin puree. A thin layer of frosting on top completes this cozy fall favorite.
Pumpkin seed fans, make sure you add this zesty item to your grocery list. Rather than pumpkin puree, this tomato and bell pepper salsa features chopped pumpkin seeds (also called pepitas). They add a slight nuttiness that makes this $2.99 salsa one you'll keep going back to scoop more of with chips or veggies.
Pumpkin Tortilla Chips
Grab a jar of Pepita Salsa if you want, but we’d be happy snacking on these pumpkin tortilla chips all on their own. They’ve got pumpkin puree, pumpkin seeds, cinnamon, and nutmeg, so while they’ll surely satisfy your cravings for something salty, they’re probably a little sweet as well.
Pumpkin Pancake and Waffle Mix (Regular and Gluten-Free)
Yep, you can have pumpkin for breakfast in more than just your coffee. Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Pancake and Waffle Mix, plus their gluten-free variety, are both back on shelves. The original mix is about $1.99, while the gluten-free version is closer to $3.29. Get your maple syrup ready!
Pumpkin Spice Rooibos Tea
If you’re more of a tea person, Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Spice Rooibos Tea could be your drink of choice in the morning, or while you’re curled up for a fall movie marathon. This cozy herbal blend features pumpkin spice, cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, and slightly floral flavors—a delicious drink for anyone who wants a warm, caffeine-free pumpkin spice drink.
Pumpkin cheesecake is back! If you love pumpkin pie, you have to try Trader Joe’s pumpkin cheesecake. It’s filled with real pumpkin, cream cheese, and pumpkin pie spices, so each slice tastes just like your favorite pie. Best of all, you can score a 30-oz. cheesecake for just $6.99, then dress it up however you like—whipped cream, caramel sauce, and an extra sprinkle of pumpkin spice are all tasty options.
Pumpkin Spice Granola Bark
Sweet and salty, here we come! Trader Joe’s amazing Pumpkin Spice Granola Bark is back this year, and it’ll satisfy all of your snack time cravings. This gluten-free treat combines crunchy pumpkin spice granola with crisp pumpkin seeds and a layer of dark chocolate for the ultimate fall dessert.
Pumpkin Ginger Hold the Cone
A touch of ginger in these mini cones makes them taste a little like gingerbread. It’s the perfect complement for the rich, decadent pumpkin ice cream inside. A box of eight mini ice cream cones costs about $2.99, so you should be able to stock up on plenty to last you throughout pumpkin season.
Pumpkin Bread and Muffin Mix
Thanks to Trader Joe’s, you can have pumpkin bread (and muffins) made easy. This mix has been a fall favorite since 2008, and, just like when it was first introduced, each box should only be about $2.99. Just add eggs, oil, and water, then bake—or you can dress up your mix a little by tossing in a handful of walnuts, chocolate chips, or dried fruit.