Even though people can debate the start of fall flavor season, the reality is those warm, comforting spices make people feel all warm and fuzzy. With these pumpkin spice snacks, those long, tedious school days can be fill with a little extra food sweetness.
The pumpkin spice season is more than just that latte from a favorite coffee shop. Although much of the food offerings have a sweeter slant, the nutmeg, cinnamon, and all-spice can sprinkle its way through a variety of options. From the cereal bowl to the lunch box, there are plenty of options waiting to be enjoyed.
Hungry for some pumpkin spice snacks?
Cheerios has brought back its favorite pumpkin spice flavor. While the Honey Nut Cheerios might have people buzzing about the classic spoonful, the seasonal favorite tends to fly off the shelf. Whether it is the breakfast bowl or incorporated into a trail mix, there are plenty of ways to enjoy another handful.
KIND Thins Chocolate Pumpkin Spice are back for the season. The combination of real pumpkin with dark chocolate, almonds and peanuts is a celebration of sweetness and textures. Whether is it a quick breakfast or a mid-afternoon break, the KIND Thins Chocolate Pumpkin Spice are always satisfying.
Continuing the snack conversation, Bobo’s has brought back its Pumpkin Spice Oat Bars and Bites. The combination of cinnamon, cloves and pumpkin feels like it has been baked in grandma’s oven. It might not mean that Thanksgiving is quickly approaching but it feels like a taste of home.
Since many people like to sip on their pumpkin spice enjoyment, another option that is not coffee is the Premiere Protein Pumpkin Spice High Protein Shake. Whether drunk on its own or transformed into a Proffee, Boba Tea or a personal creation, the options are many. With 30g of protein, it is a satisfying sipper that fits into those balanced eating choices.
Breakfast is often a popular choice to transform with those seasonal flavors. Birch Benders has brought back its Pumpkin Spice Pancake and Waffle Mix. Made with real pumpkin, traditional baking spices and a hint of brown sugar, it captures that warm, comforting flavor in every bite. Whether cooks make a short stack, Belgium waffle, or some other over the top creation, it is a sweet way to start the day.
For cooks who want to be able to stir some creativity into their pumpkin spice food, siggi’s pumpkin and spice skyr is a great option. While it is delicious enjoyed on its own, the creamy, protein rich skyr can be transformed into a variety of recipes. From a simple smoothie to a rich Pumpkin bread, many recipes are waiting to be enjoyed.
The aroma pumpkin from the kitchen can be tempting but for people who prefer easy options, Thomas’ Breads is the simple solution. Pumpkin Spice English Muffins, Bagels, and Swirl Bread are back in stores.
While many people think about these offerings as a breakfast option, consider using the breads as lunch. Instead of the traditional bread, consider transforming that turkey sandwich with the pumpkin flavors. Or even a simple idea of peanut butter and apples on a pumpkin English muffin can be a flavorful snack. There are plenty of reasons to grab a package before the season changes.
Lastly, a sweet treat cannot be forgotten. Hostess Pumpkin Spice Twinkies are a must. Even though that classic treat might be a school lunch box favorite, the seasonal twist could make adults feel like a kid again. No judgments if a box is hidden away from those little hands.
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