Pillsbury bakes up the perfect breakfast bite for that PSL

Pillsbury Pumpkin Grands, photo provided by Pillsbury
Pillsbury Pumpkin Grands, photo provided by Pillsbury /

The gourds have it yet again since pumpkin season is in full swing. As the pumpkin spice latte fills the mug, the plate needs a tasty pairing. Luckily, Pillsbury has an option that could get everyone out of bed.

From early mornings to an afternoon snack, the Pillsbury Pumpkin Grands brings that warm, cozy feeling to the table. These pumpkin spice cinnamon rolls go from container to oven to plate in just minutes.

While the Cinnabon cinnamon brings the sweetness, the pumpkin spice icing is perfectly comforting. One whiff will get anyone’s stomach grumbling. Whether paired with that pumpkin spice latte, regular coffee, milk or another beverage, these cinnamon rolls cannot be resisted.

Given that the Grands can be transformed into various seasonal flavors, many people enjoy putting that special flavor on the table. Everyone knows that it satisfies. Sometimes the simple switch is the one that brings smiles all around.

Since it is pumpkin spice season, there are plenty of treats that have received the seasonal flavor makeover. For example, Pillsbury’s Ready to Bake refrigerated cookie dough has two limited edition flavors. They are Salted Caramel Apple and Pumpkin Cheesecake.

The Salted Caramel Apple Cookie Dough elevated the classic sugar cookie. With tart apple and salty sweet caramel, these cookies feel like the fall harvest. Consider serving these cookies with some vanilla ice cream for a tasty dessert.

The Pumpkin Cookie Dough with Cream Cheese Flavored Chunks is an indulgent treat. The tangy cream cheese flavored chunks mixed into the pumpkin flavored cookie dough makes these treats feel like a pumpkin cheesecake, but without the extra baking effort.

These ready to bake fall cookies are available for a limited time. Check with retailers for pricing and availability.

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What is your favorite pumpkin spice offering? Do you stock the pantry with everything pumpkin spice or do you keep counting the days to gingerbread season?