5 pumpkin spice breakfast foods that aren’t PSL


Pumpkin spice season is in full force. While the latte is a favorite with so many, that warm, comforting flavor doesn’t just come in beverage form.

Ready to start your day with some pumpkin spice? Instead of grabbing that latte, again, these five pumpkin spice breakfast foods offer all that delicious, fall spice flavor. Whether you choose to pair these treats with a PSL, a regular coffee or a glass of milk is up to you. Still, if you love the favorite fall flavor, you better get these foods before they are gone. Once the Christmas decorations go up, the peppermint flavors will be taking over.

Thomas English Muffins and Thomas Bagels

Get the toaster ready, pumpkin has taken over the bread aisle. Thomas offers the favorite fall flavor in both its English muffins and bagels. For a delicious breakfast option consider adding a little honey and banana on top. Another option is some maple almond butter and roasted pecans to bring out all the fall flavors.

Entenmann’s Pumpkin Donuts, photo provided by Entenmann’s

Entenmann’s pumpkin donuts

Who doesn’t love a good donut to start the morning? These Entenmann’s donuts balance the sweet with the spice. The cake donuts are perfect with a cup of coffee. If you just want a taste, opt for the Pop ‘em version.

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Great Value pumpkin spice muffins

While you’re at Walmart, don’t forget to make a stop at the bakery department. These fall flavors muffins feature cream cheese center. The combination of the slightly sweet yet tangy cream cheese and the comforting fall spice is quite satisfying. Actually, these muffins are just as tasty as a dessert, too.

Pumpkin spice cereals

From Cheerios to Frosted Flakes, so many cereals offer a limited edition pumpkin-take on the classic cereal. With these offerings, it allows people to have the familiar in a new way. Personally, I like combining these limited edition flavors with the classic flavors for a more subtle twist. Also, these versions are delicious when combined with other foods. For example, the Cheerios taste even better when added to Greek yogurt with some pecans.

Pumpkin spice oatmeal

Did your mom ever tell you to eat oatmeal in the morning because it would stick to your ribs all day, especially when it was cool outside? Now that classic breakfast has a twist from the favorite fall flavor. I would recommend adding some roasted nuts, like pecans, for an added crunch while also complementing the fall flavor.

These five pumpkin spice breakfast foods are just a few ideas to enjoy the favorite fall flavor. All over the grocery store, there are tons of pumpkin flavored items. Yogurt, ice cream, and cakes are other options, too. Basically, you can add pumpkin flavor to almost anything.

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Are you a pumpkin spice fan or do you just want another PSL? Either way, enjoy it before fall turns to snowy winter.