Fall brings us all sorts of wonderful things: a delicious bounty of new vegetables to love, a marvelous array of color, and of course, pumpkin spice everything. From lattes to bread, pie, and cookies, pumpkin spice permeates virtually every section of the grocery store. Pumpkins aren’t just a deliciously flavored squash, though. They are rich in fiber, vitamin A, and beta-carotene. All the more reason to indulge.

Nowadays there are a ton of pumpkin spiced products, from bars and butter to chocolate and salsa, this delicious Fall flavor truly knows no bounds! And the best part is, you don’t have to go on a scavenger hunt to find all of the newest and tastiest pumpkin spice treats – we’ve done that for you! Check out these 13 pumpkin spiced treats that prove that pumpkin season is the best time of the year.

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  1. Aspen Mullings Spiced Pumpkin Bread and Muffin Mix

    Nothing makes a house smell like Fall quite like making pumpkin bread or baked goods. Aspen Mullings Spice Pumpkin Bread and Muffin Mix is made primarily from wheat flour, sugar, brown sugar, and pumpkin. To enjoy this product, you simply have to add eggs (or an egg replacer), water, and oil. Each box makes 12 muffins. Reviewers are saying that this mix is good quality,  yields soft, moist muffins, and is easy to use. You can get one package for $5.


  2. Nature's Path Organic Pumpkin-n-Spice Granola Bars

    Nature’s Path Organic Pumpkin-n-Spice Granola Bars allow you to enjoy the flavor of Fall all year round. While many companies only have pumpkin spice products in Autumn, these bars are a permanent part of the Nature’s Path line. These bars are made with granola (rolled oats, evaporated cane juice, soy oil), tapioca syrup, brown rice flour, pumpkin seeds, spices, molasses, and a few other ingredients. Each bar provides three grams of protein, two grams of fiber, and has zero grams of trans fat. Reviewers are saying that these bars are delicious (you can definitely taste the pumpkin), soft and chewy, and are a good, fairly healthy snack to bring on the go. They are very sticky, though, as one Amazon reviewer pointed out. You can get six boxes (six bars in each box) for about $36.50.


  3. Blue Diamond Pumpkin Spice Almonds

    Don’t necessarily want to satisfy your pumpkin spice cravings with something too decadent? If so, check out Blue Diamond Pumpkin Spice Almonds. These almonds are just like the original flavor except they have pumpkin spice seasoning which is primarily made up of sugar, spice, salt, corn maltodextrin, pumpkin powder, canola oil, and corn flour. Reviewers are saying that these almonds are addicting, crispy, definitely pumpkin flavored but not overly so, and can even be added to baked goods. This two-pack is a bit pricey with each six-ounce canister coming out to about $10.


  4. Lenny and Larry’s The Complete Cookie: Pumpkin Spice

    People don’t usually think of nutrition when they think of cookies. Well, Lenny and Larry’s The Complete Cookie: Pumpkin Spice breaks the cookie cutter mould (pun very much intended) and proves that cookies can be delicious and good for you. These cookies are made with enriched wheat flour, vegan non-hydrogenated margarine, a blend of protein – wheat, pea, soy – pumpkin purée, cinnamon, sea salt, and a few other ingredients. Each cookie provides eight grams of fiber and 16 grams of protein. The reviews are mixed on this one. While some say that these cookies are consistently soft, delicious, and chewy others feel they are dry and somewhat bland, albeit nutritious. To see how you feel about them, you can get a pack of 12 four-ounce cookies for about $24.


  5. Columbia County Bread Pumpkin Spice Flax Granola

    Columbia County Bread Pumpkin Spice Flax Granola is a gluten-free, salt-free, and non-GMO granola made from whole golden and brown flax seed, organic raisins, raw pumpkin seeds, raw sunflower seeds, molasses, ground cinnamon, ground clove, and ground nutmeg. Reviewers are reporting that this granola has a great flavor and is a good product to have for breakfast since it doesn’t have any added sugar. However, one reviewer did note that they were able to find this product cheaper elsewhere. On Amazon, you can get four 12-ounce bags for $42.


  6. Seapoint Farms Pumpkin Sesame Seaweed Crisps

    We know what you’re thinking – seaweed and pumpkin? Does this category know no bounds? No, it doesn’t. But according to reviewers, this combo is actually a winner!  Seapoint Farms Pumpkin Sesame Seaweed Crisps is a gluten-free and oven-roasted snack is made with white sesame seeds, maltose, nori (seaweed), pumpkin seeds, kelp powder, and sea salt. Each serving (about eight pieces) has 55 calories, 3.5 grams of fat, and two grams of protein. You can get a pack of 12 1.2-ounce bags for $30.


  7. Clif Bar Spiced Pumpkin Pie Bar

    Clif Bar Spiced Pumpkin Pie Bar is a limited edition flavor in the Clif Bar line that is made primarily from soy protein rice crisps, organic rolled oats, organic milled flaxseed, dried pumpkin, organic evaporated cane juice, organic dried apples, raisins, organic fig paste, and a few other ingredients. Each one of these bars provides eight grams of protein, five grams of fiber, is a complete source of vitamin C and E. The reviews on this bar are pretty mixed. Some feel that this satisfies pumpkin pie cravings, while others feel that the pumpkin flavor is very subtle. Many have said these satisfy and nourish the same as other Clif bars, though. To see how you feel about them, you can get a pack of 12 bars for about $22.


  8. Endangered Species Chocolate: Arctic Fox

    Endangered Species Chocolate: Arctic Fox is a dark chocolate bar made with 72 percent cocoa, chocolate liquor, cane sugar, vanilla, almonds, and natural flavor. It is non-GMO and the company itself donates 10 percent of its net profits to organizations fighting for endangered species. Reviewers have been saying that the pumpkin flavor is very prominent and delicious, that the almonds are a nice touch, and the overall bar has a sweet-spicy flavor. Some feel that the spices are a bit too strong, but most seem to like it. To see how you feel you can get a pack of 12 three-ounce bars for about $55.


  9. Peanut Butter & Co Pumpkin Spice Peanut Butter

    There is hardly anything that doesn’t taste good with a little peanut butter, and pumpkin is no exception. If you’re a fan of these two flavors, you’ll likely enjoy Peanut Butter & Co Pumpkin Spice Peanut Butter. It is made with peanuts, cane sugar, palm fruit oil, pumpkin, ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, and salt. Reviewers are saying that this peanut butter is tasty, dense, and with six grams of protein per serving, no cholesterol, and no high fructose corn syrup, pretty healthy. You can get a pack of six 16-ounce jars for $36.


  10. Caly's Kitchen Pumpkin Spice Cookie Mix

    If you love spending your Fall days baking, consider checking out Caly’s Kitchen Pumpkin Spice Cookie Mix. This mix is gluten free, soy free, corn free, potato free, and preservative free. It is made primarily with a gluten free flour blend – sorghum flour, white rice flour, pea starch – brown sugar, organic cane sugar, and a pumpkin spice mix (cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and nutmeg). Reviewers are saying that the cookies made from this mix are easy-to-make, delicious, and perfect for allergen-prone people. You can get a 12-ounce bag for $8.


  11. Ice Chip Candy Pumpkin Spice Xylitol Mints

    Xylitol mints are a naturally-sweetened candy that many say are actually good for your teeth. They come in a variety of flavors, as demonstrated by the product Ice Chips Pumpkin Spice Xylitol Mints. The cinnamon spice and natural pumpkin flavor give the product its spicy-sweet taste. The reviewers are a bit mix on this one. Some like the pumpkin flavor quite a bit, others either feel that there is an aftertaste or don’t feel that it is strong enough. To try it out yourself, you can get this holiday six-pack deal which also comes with two Egg Nog and two Cranberry, for $23.


  12. Tastin’ Jamaican Pumpkin Spice Caribbean Style Salsa

    Bust out of your condiment rut with Tastin’ Jamaican Pumpkin Spice Caribbean Style Salsa. This unique salsa is made from tomatoes, pumpkin, jalapeño, allspice, cloves, cinnamon, vanilla, and nutmeg. Reviewers are saying that this salsa is unique, tasty, very versatile, and spicy (so make sure you actually want medium if you order medium). To try it out, you can get a pint for about $14.


  13. Kozlowski Farms Pumpkin Spice Butter

    Once Autumn hits, are you the type of person who loves having pumpkin-flavored everything? If so, you will likely love Kozlowski Farms Pumpkin Spice Butter. This spread is made from six ingredients: pumpkin, pure cane sugar, filtered water, spices, and lemon juice. Reviewers are reporting that this pumpkin butter is flavorful, is not overly sweet, and is very versatile and tastes good on pancakes, crepes, and even savory sandwiches. You can get a pack of six 10-ounce jars for $38.

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