Pumpkin Spice Everything: The Good, The Bad, The Smelly

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The start of fall may as well be the start of pumpkin spice season. September 1, when the Pumpkin Spice Latte is released for the year, signals go out to all of the other pumpkin spice products to start making their back out into the public. 

If you’re a fan of all things autumnal, this is the all-inclusive pumpkin spice list for you. Which products have you tried? Which ones are you going to stay away from? Do you even like the taste of pumpkin?

Pumpkin Spice Latte

Of course, you’ve heard of the Pumpkin Spice Latte. But, there are a wealth of other pumpkin spice coffee products on the market. Pumpkin flavored coffee, and pumpkin creamer top the list.

Pumpkin Candles

Bath and Body Works is my go-to retailer for fall candles. They have all sorts of pumpkin scented candles and hand soaps, but the good ol’ standby is Sweet Cinnamon Pumpkin. They have six  different scents, and Yankee Candle and Scentsy all have different varieties. If you don’t want to bake a pumpkin pie, this is your next best bet.

 

Pumpkin Spice Candy

There’s a ton a pumpkin spice candy on the market. M&M’s boasts a new Pumpkin Spice Latte flavor, pumpkin spice Trident, and pumpkin spice Hershey’s Kisses.  There are also pumpkin pie marshmallows.

Pumpkin Spice Baked Goods

This is where stuff starts getting really good. Pumpkin spice cinnamon rolls? Got em. Pumpkin Spice Toaster Strudel? It’s there. Pumpkin Pie Pop Tarts? Pumpkin Spice Oreos? There’s also the old standby – pumpkin bread. But really, what a great time to be alive.

Pumpkin Spice Products That Have crossed the Line:

Let’s have a moment of silence. Pumpkin chips, pumpkin butter, pumpkin everything. And yes, someone out there found pumpkin-flavored dog treats. 

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