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Pepperidge Farm Is Bringing Back Pumpkin Spice Milano Cookies For Fall

Pepperidge Farm Is Bringing Back Pumpkin Spice Milano Cookies For Fall
Posted at 5:15 AM, Aug 14, 2020

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If you prefer to look beyond the calendar and declare fall officially here once you see pumpkin spice products in stores, I have some good news: fall has arrived!

Just one of the many new and returning treats you’ll soon find in stores are Pepperidge Farm’s pumpkin spice Milano cookies. These not only have the rich chocolate in the middle like regular Milano cookies but also include a layer of pumpkin spice filling.

The flavor will be available for a limited time beginning now at Target, Walmart, Kroger and Publix for around $3.89 for a 7-ounce bag.

Pepperidge Farms

Of course this isn’t the only pumpkin spice product to get you excited for fall. While you can likely expect tons of seasonal food and drink items to hit store shelves as we get closer to the end of summer, there are plenty of brands already announcing their pumpkin spice treats.

Another sweet treat you can find this season is Nestle Toll House pumpkin spice cookie dough, which is a mix of sweet pumpkin spice flavor and white chocolate morsels. The brand also has pumpkin spice-filled baking truffles and, new this year, Pumpkin Spice Latte Flavored Morsels & More. Made with an assortment of white morsels, mini coffee biscuits and pumpkin spice-flavored chunks, the sweet combination can be used as a topping, baked into recipes or eaten straight from the bag.

Nestle Toll House

If you want to start your day with pumpkin spice, you can even find a variety of breakfast foods this season.

Pumpkin spice Cheerios should be coming back soon, and Pepperidge Farm Swirl pumpkin spice bread sounds like it would make amazing toast. Krusteaz makes a pumpkin spice pancake mix and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters has brought back their pumpkin spice (and maple pecan!) K-Cups.

Thomas is also bringing back their Pumpkin Spice flavor in both English muffins and bagels for a limited time beginning Aug. 8, and Natural Bliss has a new pumpkin spice oat milk coffee creamer made with a sweet baked pumpkin flavor and notes of mild spice.


For fall parties, Samuel Adams’ Jack-O is also back, featuring flavors of fresh pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg. You can also find their OctoberFest in stores and this year.

Are you excited for the return of all things pumpkin spice?

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