Remember when a pumpkin spice latte was the only place you could get your pumpkin fix, outside of your very traditional pie or soup? Well now pumpkin is everywhere, from ice cream to tea and we found six modern ways for you to enjoy this squashy goodness


Pumpkin Cake Pops


Cake pops are an excellent dessert choice for Thanksgiving. You might be too full to tuck into a giant slice of pumpkin pie but you can squeeze in a sweet little cake pop right? $34.95 at


Pumpkin Tea


Forget that daily $5 pumpkin spice latte habit and brew up a mug of pumpkin tea instead! Celestial Seasons has a Sweet Harvest Pumpkin Holiday Black Tea that includes touches of cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg. Yumpkin! $2.99 at

Pumpkin Ice Cream


Launched as a Limited Edition ice cream in 2010, Ben & Jerry’s Pumpkin Cheesecake flavor became such a favorite among pumpkin fans that the company made it permanent. The easiest place to find it is Walmart – apparently they bought a ton of it for Fall! Check more stockists at


Pumpkin Chocolate


Chocaholics anonymous members who also love them something pumpkin-y will flip for these Pumpkin Spice Hershey’s Kisses. Whoever came up with this idea is a genius. And a pumpkin fan!  $5.96, at


Pumpkin Beer


Blue Moon was ahead of the pumpkin curve back in 1995 when it created Harvest Pumpkin Ale. They added cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and allspice for a seriously seasonal effect and was such a hit it became the first pumpkin flavored ale to become available nationally. Go Blue Moon! Check out Prices vary.

Mini pecan pumpkin pies


You want a pecan pie. You want a pumpkin pie. How on earth do you decide which one to choose? Well, that’s easy: don’t! Sunny created mini pecan pumpkin pies for those of us who like small bites with big flavor. Check the recipe on