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Old 09-25-2012, 01:17 PM   #31
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Kraft Pumpkin Spice Marshmallows! I saw yesterday that walmart had the JUMBO size ones for $3/bag. I purchased the smaller bag for around $1 instead.

Love to snack on them! They have the perfect favor!

I did see Thomas' Pumpkin Spice Bagels too, but passed. Anyone try those yet?
I bought the Pumpkin Spice Bagels and they are good. My dd8 loves them and I think she is going to eat them all except the one bagel she allowed me to have.

Panera also has a Pumpkin Pie Bagel that I tried last week and it was really good as well.

I love anything pumpkin. I am waiting on my favorite pumpkin patch to open so I can get 2 dozen of their pumpkin doughnuts. They are so good I just drool thinking about them.
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Old 09-25-2012, 01:50 PM   #32
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I also love pumpkin! Found pumpkin spice chai tea by twinning at world market this weekend <3

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Old 09-25-2012, 02:09 PM   #33
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I tried the Pepperidge Farm Pumpkin swirl bread, not great. I guess I was thinking it would be more like homemade (my recipe is more like a cake). Needs cream cheese for sure! I got some Entemann's pumpkin muffins.
Another great fall thing is the Sierra Mist Cranberry (diet or reg) our stores only sell it in the fall.
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Old 09-25-2012, 02:23 PM   #34
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I am not a big pumpkin fan so anything with apple is my favorite. So far this year I have gotten apple cider, apple cider donuts, and Pepperidge Farm Caramel Apple Swirl bread, Yum.

My mom loves the pumpkin spice cream cheese from Aldi.
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Old 09-25-2012, 02:29 PM   #35
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Another great fall thing is the Sierra Mist Cranberry (diet or reg) our stores only sell it in the fall.
When I saw it on the shelves in Target the other day I did a little 'yippee!' inside, lol. Not a big soda drinker but I really enjoy that one.

The pumpkin spice latte from Starbucks is my big holiday treat. I've even been adding small amounts to my Starbucks card the past couple months specifically FOR this drink, lol. I don't do their iced drinks too much because they're done so fast it's not worth it to me. I will, however, curl up with a book and a latte and be cozy for a while.
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Old 09-25-2012, 03:24 PM   #36
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I found the Eggos and the Pop Tarts today while doing my grocery shopping.

Bought the Eggos (8pk/$2.50) but passed on the Pop Tarts (large box for $3.69).
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Old 09-25-2012, 05:15 PM   #37
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I like egg nog tea lol & this pumpkin milkshake from jack n the box & of course pumpkin lattes from starbucks and peetes
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Pumpkin Spice Silk Soy milk.

Have not found it this year yet though.

It was at Target last year.
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Old 09-25-2012, 08:28 PM   #39
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Just seen the pumpkin waffles for the first time at Target today! Didnt buy them, but my friend did, will have to get them!

I bought 10 boxes of Pumpkin Jello Instant Pudding last yr. @ WALMART and glad I did, seen it once and never again. Wonder if they will put it out this yr.

I went to our local Quik Check and mixed myself a cup with hot chocolate and pumpkin spice latte, let me say it was such a great combo I had to go get another one the next night.

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For those of you going to Aldi's for the pumpkin cream cheese, I was just informed by my son who is a "mate" at Trader Joe's that they also make a pumpkin cream cheese but they haven't gotten in their pumpkin stuff yet.
He said the pumpkin bread mix sells out within the day they get it so make sure to grab it early if you want some for the holidays.
I also love the pu,pkin pie at McDonalds. I have never had warm pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving but those little pies are great when they are warm.
Pumpkin pudding sounds great I am going to look for that.
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I just have to say I live in Canada and haven't seen ANY of these products that are mentioned here. I am so jelous because I love pumpkin
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I forgot, DH also bought Pepperidge Farm Pumpkin Cheesecake cookies the other day, but we have tried them yet.
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Originally Posted by pigletto View Post
Sure! I just found it looking at things to try on the internet. I used Campbells Veggie broth and it gave it a nice base flavor.

THanks for sharing the recipe! I am sending it to my Mom today. I know she and my Dad will enjoy it. And I will definitely try it in next week!

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I have to share - I am going to have surgery next week and my daughter's fall break from college is a few days after and she is coming home. Today she texted me and said, "Would you make a pumpkin roll? Before you have surgery? So that I can feed it to you afterward?"

Way to save that, "I want a pumpkin roll, even if you don't feel good!" text.

Just gotta comment here.... pumpkin stuff is really easy to make if you can't find it in the store. Pumpkin cream cheese, pumpkin bread/muffins.... all super easy (and probably healthier), pumpkin pancakes/waffles, and pumpkin oatmeal!!

DD and I LOVE pumpkin anything, but I have to be super careful as DS is highly allergic to pumpkin. I usually make a batch of healthy whole wheat low-fat pumpkin muffins and keep them in a specially labeled container in the freezer for early morning swim practices.........................P

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Pumpkin Drop Cookies from Giant Eagle are my favorite fall treat.
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