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Kuzma Vladimirov
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Where To Buy Planters Pumpkin Spice Almonds BETTER

PLANTERS Pumpkin Spice Almonds, Limited Edition, Whole Almonds combine festive fall flavors with the satisfying crunch of nuts. Carefully selected California almonds are roasted to perfection and dusted with real pumpkin, a dash of sea salt, and fall spices for a sweet and salty treat. Enjoy these pumpkin spice flavored almonds by the handful for a warm, spicy snack reminiscent of Thanksgiving and crisp fall weather. At 150 calories per serving, this canister of almonds perfect for munching throughout the season. Grab this 15.25 ounce can of almonds, and savor that special pumpkin flavor that only rolls out once a year.

where to buy planters pumpkin spice almonds

We know: You may already have pumpkin spice fatigue, and it's not even officially fall yet. But as of this week, you can now grab a pumpkin spice latte from Starbucks or Panera that's made with actual pumpkin, and we've been hooked on this yummy pumpkin yogurt from our 2015 Taste Test Awards. So this flavor profile is not going anywhere--and it's really improved away from artificial/perfume-esque territory since it first rolled out several years ago, thankfully--so consider us fans of the great pumpkin, Charlie Brown.

I started off by whipping up some pancake batter and cooking the pumpkin spice bacon in the oven. Then, I diced up a cup of the Planters Pumpkin Spice Almonds and added those, along with the bacon to the pancake batter. You know how I talked about how great my kitchen smelled when I cooled the pumpkin spice bacon a couple weeks back? It smelled even better when I had these pancakes on my griddle.

While we applaud the creativity of Boulder Canyon Pumpkin Pie Kettle Cooked Potato Chips, after one bite, it's clear why most chip manufacturers stick to pumpkin spice flavoring instead of going fully for it with a pumpkin pie flavor. These were simply way too sweet.

Similar to Trader Joe's Raisin Rosemary Crisps, these Cranberry Pumpkin Crisps are thin and crunchy crackers with chewy bits of dried fruit throughout. You get notes of cranberries, sunflower seeds, flax seeds, and a whole lot of pumpkin spice . . . a little too much, actually. A spread of cool, tangy goat cheese would round out the spiciness of the crisps, but snacking on these on their own doesn't leave us coming back for more.

The cookie part of the Dancing Deer Baking Co. Pumpkin Spice Shortbread Cookies gets bonus points for being perfectly buttery and crunchy, but the pumpkin spice coating only hurts the flavor. The overwhelming amount of pumpkin spices overtakes the pure taste of the shortbread, and we wish it were a little more subtle.

Matcha is having a moment in 2016, so it's no surprise that DavidsTea offers Pumpkin Pie Matcha this time of year. If you're a fan of the earthy green tea, try this sweet version with hints of one of your favorite Thanksgiving desserts. It's satisfyingly sweet and not artificial tasting, and it's quite possibly the trendiest pumpkin spice product yet.

Haters of traditional pumpkin spice foods are sure to appreciate Nature's Path Pumpkin Flax Granola, which is a more savory option that contains just a hint of cinnamon and molasses. What mostly makes the granola pumpkiny is the addition of pumpkin seeds, which provide a textural contrast to the crunchy oats and flax seeds. Not particularly exciting but definitely not bad, this granola would be a great addition to yogurt or acai bowls.

The flavor of Nonni's Pumpkin Biscotti totally transforms when it's coated in a generous drizzle of dark chocolate. The crispy biscotti contrasts with the soft layer of icing, and the slight bitterness of the rich dark chocolate complements the pumpkin pie spices really nicely. Pair this with a cup of coffee, and you've got the perfect afternoon treat.

Watch out, Whoppers fans . . . these might become your seasonal obsession. The Pumpkin Spice Malted Milk Balls have a superthick candy coating that has just a hint of pumpkin and Fall spices. Eating just a few of these sweet and crunchy malt balls is enough for a sugary snack.

The buttery Toll House cookies you know and love get a seasonal upgrade with pumpkin spice and white chocolate chips. You can smell the cinnamon-infused dough as soon as you open the package, and the melted white chocolate chips are the perfect complement to the golden-brown cookies.

Rolling out to stores between mid-August and mid-September, these Ghirardelli Milk Chocolate Pumpkin Spice Caramel Squares perfectly encapsulate Fall flavors. The salty sweet caramel tastes authentically spicy and meshes well with the creamy chocolate. It's a smooth, decadent bite that would pair well with coffee (or even melted into a cup!). Even if you're not a pumpkin spice fan, you might find yourself enjoying these.

Kellogg's Pumpkin Spice Frosted Mini Wheats are not exactly heavy on the pumpkin flavoring, but they're more about the spices. The flavors of cinnamon and ginger pair really well with the vanilla frosting, and the pretty orange drizzle on top makes them seem like even more of a treat. This cereal is just like the one you know and love, but with a fun Fall twist.

Sprouts Organic Pumpkin Spiced Apple Cider is a high-quality apple cider with just a hint of pumpkin and spices like cinnamon and nutmeg. It's decidedly tasty at room temperature but would be even better warmed up with a splash of whiskey. Use this to make a quick and easy version of a hot toddy with a pumpkin spiced twist.

Triscuits completely nails the pumpkin spice trend with its limited-edition Pumpkin & Spice Triscuits. The classic crackers are coated in a barely there seasoning of sugar, pumpkin powder, salt, brown sugar, and spices, and the crackers are ever so slightly sweet but mostly savory. These pair well with a number of cheeses, including gouda and goat.

Thomas Pumpkin Spice Bagels are everything you want in a pumpkin-spiced goodie. Made with real pumpkin and cinnamon, the bagels have visible flecks of spice and intoxicatingly delicious bits of gourd studded throughout. The scent (even when the bagels are enclosed in the bag) will waft through your kitchen in a delightful, gimme-more way. Toast a bagel up and watch your tub of cream cheese disappear at an alarming rate.

That time of year is finally here again: There's a cool breeze in the air, the leaves are starting to change colors, and the days are getting shorter and cozier. But there's one part of the changing of the seasons that's even more exciting: The recurrence of pumpkin spice is everything. For years, pumpkin spice was regarded as a basic flavor, something viewed as laughable and worthy of derision. But the haters have lost: Pumpkin spice is everywhere, and it's not going away anytime soon.

For those who love the flavor, there are more pumpkin spice products to choose from than ever. Some of them simply aren't that good and are better left on the shelf instead of in your shopping cart. But others exemplify the very best of the season, and we can't wait to get our hands on them every year. Let's take a closer look at some of the best pumpkin spice products on store shelves right now. Then, put on your favorite fall weather jacket and make your way to the grocery store to pick them all up.

There are few desserts as glorious as chocolate-covered pretzels, especially if you're the kind of person who loves a well-balanced sweet-salty combo. That's why Flipz Pumpkin Spice Pretzels easily makes this list. These super-salty pretzels are covered in pumpkin spice-flavored chocolate and then adorned with a drizzle of marshmallows. Although, yes, it does sound overwhelmingly sweet, you'll be happy to know that the saltiness of the pretzels balances out all that sweetness perfectly. Just be warned: Once you open the bag, it'll be hard not to finish the whole thing in a single sitting. It's available at local grocery stores for around $4.20, or you can snag it online.

If you ask us, the traditional Kit Kat is one of the very best candy bars ever invented. But just because the original is so delicious doesn't mean you have to ignore all the other varieties that hit stores shelves at various points in the year. If you're looking for one particularly special version for fall, you can't go wrong with the Kit Kat Pumpkin Pie Miniatures. It all starts with that cookie wafer you already love, but instead of the typical milk chocolate icing, there's a pumpkin spice créme covering the cookies instead. It's a little bite of sweetness that has the perfect amount of pumpkin flavor to it. Grab a 9.7-ounce bag for $6.99.

There's little we love in this world more than a slice of perfectly browned toast with a generous pad of butter in the center first thing in the morning. But why settle for boring old white bread when you could experience all the joy of the season in a single bite? That's why you need to head to your local grocery store and try Thomas' Pumpkin Spice Swirl Bread. You'll love that this bread actually contains real pumpkin, and with the addition of swirls of spices and cinnamon, toasting this at home is going to make your whole kitchen smell amazing. You'll find it for around $4.

It seems like there's always a new Oreo flavor coming out these days, but we have to admit that none are more delicious than the Oreo Pumpkin Spice Cookies. This flavor is only available for a limited time, so be sure to check this product out before the season's over. You're not going to get those signature chocolate cookies in this case. Rather, golden wafer cookies house the pumpkin créme that's just sweet enough to cure your sugar cravings. Find them at Walmart, Target, and anywhere else that sells Oreo cookies, and expect to pay around $5 for them. Make sure you try them out before they're gone for the year.

If you're looking for a pumpkin spice product that can be used for both savory and sweet applications, look no further than Trader Joe's Pumpkin Cranberry Crisps. These little crackers can be added to soups and salads or just eaten on their own when you need to get your pumpkin spice fix for the day. The pumpkin-flavored crackers are dotted with cranberries and a variety of seeds that add texture and crunch to every bite. They're a delicious snack to have in the pantry, and at just $3.99, they're not expensive to have on hand. Compare them to Trader Joe's year-round Raisin Rosemary Crisps Fig & Olive Crisps. 041b061a72


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