Pumpkin spice and everything not nice—a few foods that make us say “ew”?
Make no mistake—we love pumpkin spice as much as the next fall flavor fanatic (Thursday’s are PSL day at the RM office!), but some of the seasonal snacks go way too far. Between September to November, pumpkins pummel the flavor market, most notably found in lattes, muffins, cookies and the like. Here, we’ve rounded up some fall foods that cause us pause. Would you give these, ahem, interesting pumpkin products a try?
All about those gainz? Make moves and shake things up with some spice in your post- or preworkout sustenance. Could this be the pump you’re looking for or will you take an L…
Chew on this? Pop a piece of pumpkin spice chewing gum for fall flavor (and fresh breath!) via this six-pack found on Amazon that’ll either last you until Christmas—or until you toss it. We give it two days…
Pumpkin haze might be a new level of tipsy. This vodka could amp up those seasonal cocktail creations with its seasonally spirited pumpkin + nutmeg notes. Spicy spirits worth the sip? You decide.
Top your ice cream, dessert or coffee with this interesting creation (made with 100% avocado oil and sans the fish!) that’s blended with a scad of spices—think cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and allspice. Pinkies up?
Are chickpeas and pumpkin the perfect combo? We’ll let you be the judge. Grab your fave fruit or pretzel to sample a blend of chickpeas, pumpkin, vanilla beans, sugar and a mixture of fave fall spices (cinnamon! nutmeg!). Ready to dip?
“Pumpkin spice is so trash.” Said the creators of the cinnamon pumpkin spice-scented trash bags, probably. If eating it isn’t enough, toss your pumpkin spice leftovers into the bin, also flaunting the aroma of the autumn fruit. What a waste?