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Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Favorites

October 11, 2019

It’s the beginning of my favorite time of the year. From October-February, it’s hard not to hear me gushing about the cold weather, wonderful smells, and holiday season. I can’t get enough! Last year, I shared my pumpkin spice favorites at Trader Joe’s and figured I would continue the tradition since pumpkin season has exploded there.

Pumpkin pie spiced ginger brew

The pumpkin pie spiced ginger brew is delicious on it’s own, but it’s even better in a fall version of one of my favorite drinks. Moscow Mules are easy to drink, but using this ginger beer gives it a totally different taste that’s perfect for sipping by a campfire. Check out this pumpkin pie spiced mule recipe.

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Gluten free pumpkin pancake mix

I’m not gluten free, but I have a few friends that are. Every now and then I like to buy gluten-free items and compare them to their full gluten counterparts. Honestly, I cannot tell the difference with this gluten free pumpkin pancake mix. It’s perfect topped with syrup, or just a dab of Trader Joe’s organic maple butter.

Vanilla pumpkin candle

No lie, I have gone through 4 of these vanilla pumpkin candles since they were released. I have one in every room and absolutely love the way they smell. It’s not overpowering, but still gives me all of the fall feels.

Pumpkin spice biocellulose face mask

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It’s no secret I love face masks. I enjoy them during my spa Sunday’s and after long days at work when I just want to relax. Since I love all things pumpkin, I tried the pumpkin spice biocellulose face mask too. It left my skin feeling incredibly smooth, and I smelled like Thanksgiving dessert.

Pumpkin chocolate chunk oatmeal cookie mix

The first time I bought the pumpkin chocolate chunk oatmeal cookie mix, I made them for my dad’s birthday party and they were a huge hit. Then, I made another batch to take to work and they were gone so fast! It’s the best of all the worlds…pumpkin, oatmeal, and chocolate chunks. I’m not the best baker in the world, and usually I prefer the break and bake cookies, but these were super simple and ready in 15 minutes!

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