Pumpkin spice season has arrived and it brought a cup of noodles, plus more new products

People who would rather swap a sweater for a swimsuit will be pleased to know that pumpkin spice-flavored foods are back.

That’s right. From coffee creamer to a sweet-meets-savory cup of noodles, here are all the fall flavor-infused foods and drinks hitting shelves this season.

Drinks

Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Non-Dairy Creamer

PHOTO: Starbucks' new non-dairy oat and almond milk creamer.

This new blend of almond and oat milks will satisfy non-dairy drinkers who crave the pumpkin, cinamon and nutmeg flavors in a creamy coffee drink.

Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Cold Brew Concentrate

PHOTO: Starbucks pumpkin spice-infused cold brew concentrate.

Attention year-round iced coffee enthusiasts: this new drink is for you. The custom coffee blend with hints of pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg flavor gets cold-steeped into a rich concentrate. Just add water and you’re ready to enjoy the flavors of the season.

Foods

Cup Noodles Pumpkin Spice

PHOTO: Nissin Foods created a limited-edition fall flavor of Cup Noodles.

Nissin Foods, the inventor of Cup Noodles, officially kicked off pumpkin spice season earlier this week with a “new cup on the block.”

The brand said it’s new noodles will be “kicking a certain seasonal latte to the curb when it exclusively hits Walmart shelves nationwide in late October.”

Marketed as a “perfect blend of sweet, savory and spiced,” the saucy noodles made with a special pumpkin seasoning are instantly ready with just a splash of water and four minutes in the microwave.

Pumpkin Spice Milano Cookies

PHOTO: Pumpkin spice Milano cookies from Pepperidge Farm.

The clasic sandiwch cookie from Pepperidge Farm added a fall twist. The same crisp cookies are stuffed with pumpkin and chocolate creme for an indulgent seasonal treat.

Pumpkin Spice Swirl Bread

Pumpkin spice up breakfast with Pepperidge Farm’s golden baked bread with fall flavors swirled inside. The limited-edition flavor is available for a limited time

Pumpkin Cheesecake Cookies

Pepperidge Farm created these seasonal soft cookies made with real pumpkin, cheesecake-flavored drops, brown sugar and spices to create the ultimate fall cookie.

Simple Mills’ Better-For-You Pumpkin Baking Mixes

The sweet and spice-infused lineup includes pumpkin pancake and waffle mix, and pumpkin muffin and bread mix made with purposeful ingredients and nothing artificial.

The seasonal mixes are sweetened with coconut sugar and are certified gluten-free, plant-based and paleo-friendly.

Check back for more new updates and products on this list throughout the fall.

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