Satisfying Your Pumpkin Cravings with These 7 Fall-Inspired Food and Drinks

And just like that, summer is now officially over. Time to pack up your swimming gear and bundle up in warm clothing for cozier, cooler days ahead. Fortunately, there’s no reason to be sad for the longer nights and chilly weather. Because with fall comes the perfect excuse to satisfy, what else, but your pumpkin cravings. If you love your Starbuck’s Pumpkin Spice Latte like we do, you should most definitely try this other pumpkin treats to usher in this beautiful season.  

Halo Top Pumpkin Pie

This fall, what’s better than a pumpkin pie? A pumpkin pie ice cream, of course. Well then, say hello to the Halo Top Pumpkin Pie from Halo Top Creamery, makers of the best-selling “lifestyle” ice cream in the US. Founded by a lawyer who was on strict dietary restrictions because of medical reasons, Halo Top has a wide range of both dairy and non-dairy & vegan products. Their products are not only delicious but low in calories as well.

And to usher in the new season, the company is offering their fans a chance to a free pint of the Pumpkin Pie ice cream until supplies last starting September 22, 2018 from 12:01 a.m., EDT. All you need to do is print out a coupon that can downloaded on their website and claim it before 11:59 p.m., EDT.

Pretty cool right? But if ice cream is not your thing and you prefer something a little more adventurous, why not try a pumpkin rum instead?

Pumpkin Spiced Rum from Captain Morgan

As if we are not already barraged with all things pumpkin this fall. From cereal to lattes and even ice cream, and even the classic pumpkin spiced rum from, ahoy the captain of rum himself, Captain Morgan. Captain Morgan is one of the world’s best-selling rum manufacturers. It is produced by the alcohol giant, Diageo. The brand is named after the 17th-century Caribbean skipper, Sir Henry Morgan.

Captain Morgan’s Original Spiced Rum was first introduced in the US in 1984. But 30 or so years later, a limited-edition Jack-O-Blast is now finally available. It is made from pumpkin spice mixed with limited-edition rum and comes in an awesome pumpkin-shaped bottle. If that’s not going to want to make you drink an entire bottle, then we don’t know what will.   

Not a fan of rum but still love pumpkin spice? Why not try Lucky Bastard’s pumpkin vodka instead?

Dunkin' Donuts' Pumpkin Spice

Pumpkin Spice-flavored coffee? Oh, c’mon. Yep, you better believe it. Dunkin’ Donut, the world most famous donut and coffee place is now bringing back their limited-edition Pumpkin Spice-flavored coffee and you can get it from your local grocery store at just $7.99 a bag. Not bad for a perfect blend of pumpkin, nutmeg, and cinnamon that you can take home and enjoy. The Dunkin’ Donuts Pumpkin Spice-flavored coffee is available in both ground coffee and K-Cup pods.

If you are on the go, you can also pick-up their Pumpkin Spice Bottled Iced Coffee.

Three Lakes Winery's Pumpkin Wine

Last month, we introduced you to a delicious, all-natural, and affordable wine made from actual pumpkin pies and tastes a bit like Chardonnay. Now, that it’s the beginning of fall, it’s the perfect time to indulge on pumpkins and what better way than have it straight from a bottle of Three Lakes’ Pumpkin Wine.

It is manufactured by Wisconsin-based Three Lakes Winery and was initially offered only for a limited period. However, due to its popularity, it is now being sold all-year long. So, if you want a wholesome wine experience this season, go grab yourself a bottle from nearby liquor shops at a price of only $13 a bottle.

Caramel Almond Pumpkin Spice

If you’re the kind of person who’s always on the go, then there’s a big chance that you’re probably a granola kind of person. One that always has to have a bar or two in his pocket because, hey, life moves fast and so should you.

This fall, satisfy your healthy snack fix with the limited-edition Caramel Almond Pumpkin Spice from Kind, makers of delicious gluten-free, guilt-free snacks. The Caramel Almond Pumpkin Spice bar is made from a wholesome blend of almonds, caramel, and pumpkin spice. And the best part is it only has 5 grams of sugar per serving so you can snack all you want and still be on the go without the guilt.

SmashMallow Pumpkin Pie

Fall in love with marshmallows this fall with SmashMallow Pumpkin Pie. Made from organic cane sugar, this tasty and healthy treat is fat and cholesterol free so you can let go and allow yourself to be caught up in all the madness.


SmashMallow treats are gluten-free and made from Non-GMO ingredients. If you’re the type of person who swoons over of sweet and nice but with a bit of spice, then get ready to propose because we guarantee you the rich and velvety creamy goodness of SmashMallow Pumpkin Pie, will make you head-over-heels in love…for another piece.  

Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Cookie Straws

Okay, okay we get it. You love your Starbucks Pumpkin Pie Latte so much; you never fail to remind us every day on your Instagram posts. But wait, here’s something to add to that pumpkin spice obsession of yours­­–– Starbucks Cookie Straws Pumpkin Spice.

Keep calm and write this down. According to Starbucks, this fantastic fall treat is made with “a luscious layer of rich, white chocolate and pumpkin spices” and comes in a “toasted, white chocolatey rolled wafer cookie”. We know that you’re dying to get a hand on a tin right now so thank your lucky stars, they are now available in select grocery stores rather than at your local Starbucks shops.  And if you couldn’t get enough of these lovely fall flavor, Starbucks is also bringing back a couple of their pumpkin spice coffee varieties such as ground coffee and K-Cup pods.

Sugar and (Pumpkin) Spice and Everything Nice

Summer may be over but there are always a lot of reasons to fall in love with fall–– the crisp morning air, breathtaking views of orange, greens, and brown, and of course, the ubiquitous pumpkin spice. So, relax breathe in and choose from all these yummy pumpkin spice treats and enjoy the season before winter comes along.

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  • Brenda Rodriguez on

    Verry Good
    Good taste

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