Pepperidge Farm kicked off the pumpkin spice season
While the leaves haven’t changed color yet, store shelves are moving into pumpkin spice season. Pepperidge Farm has posted their pumpkin spice food offerings. From breakfast to dessert, the kitchen is filled with delicious pumpkin treats.
For many people, that hot and spicy aroma that escapes from the kitchen is irresistible. While cool temperatures may not yet have reached, the reality is that these flavors can still be in season. From breakfast to sweet treats, it’s time to stock up on gourd treats.
Since Pepperidge Farm has a variety of food brands under its umbrella. From breakfast bread to a cookie to end the day, there are plenty of ways to satisfy that pumpkin craving. And, if home cooks are so inclined, they can indulge in some culinary creativity.
Which Pepperidge Farm treats are part of pumpkin spice season?
Pumpkin Spice Swirl Bread is back. With pumpkin spice swirled into the bread, it’s delicious with eggs for breakfast or even made into French toast.
Plus, if you’ve never made grilled cheese with pumpkin gingerbread, this is a must-have. This combination of sweet and savory is fall-flavored perfection.
Pumpkin Spice bread is hitting stores now. Check availability with retailers.
While this PSL is on everyone’s mind, Pepperidge Farm’s Pumpkin Cheesecake Cookies are the perfect mid-afternoon treat. From brown sugar to hot spices, these cookies have a touch of what grandma does but a little better.
And these cheesecake flavored drops take the taste experience to the limit. These chewy cookies could be better than this cheesecake dessert.
These cookies will be available at Target in August. Other retailers, like Walmart and Kroger, will have cookies in September.
Finally, Pepperidge Farm Pumpkin Spice Milano cookies are always a popular choice. When you need that ‘time for me’, these seasonal Milanese cookies are perfect. Fortunately, these cookies are now on store shelves.
What’s your favorite way to kick off the pumpkin spice season? Have you already started stocking the pantry?