4 Vegan Pumpkin Products to Try Before It’s Peppermint Mocha Season – Some Vegan Girl



Like so many others before me, I am utterly obsessed with all things pumpkin.

I’m strict about my seasons though — pumpkin is only a fall food.

Once winter starts to creep in, it’s all about the peppermint mocha.

So, while pumpkin season is still in full swing, now is the time to EAT (and drink) ALL THE THINGS. There are more delicious vegan pumpkin-flavored foods than ever, so I’m all about grabbing the goodies while I still can.

Here are some of my fave vegan pumpkin treats of 2018:

Abe’s Pumpkin Spice Muffins

These impossible moist, super-tasty little muffins are a new arrival thanks to Abe, maker of delicious vegan treats. They’re available at Whole Foods and a bunch of other retailers, and they’re perfect to pair with coffee or snack on after a meal.

Ace Pumpkin Cider

Oh pumpkin cider, how I adore you! This is the ultimate autumn adult beverage. It’s not always easy to find, but it’s worth the search. I picked up a six-pack at Whole Foods, but other well-stocked wine and liquor stores are likely to have ’em. If you like pumpkin and you like a nice, cold cocktail — this is your jam.

Daiya Pumpkin Spice Cheezecake

This sweet, creamy dessert is everything you love in a cheesecake — plus pumpkin perfection. It’s non-dairy, but no one will miss the cow’s milk; this tastes just like the traditional treat. It’s only available for a limited time, so scoop one up before the season’s over! It’s perfect for serving to your Thanksgiving guests.

Annie’s Pumpkin and Sweet Potato Vegan Mac

Pumpkin mac and cheese? Oh hell yes. You can order this via Amazon and make it at home to enjoy some warm, creamy, fall-flavored comfort food. Because seriously — who doesn’t love some mac and cheese?! Omnivores and herbivores alike, obviously.

Any awesome vegan pumpkin products I missed? Tell me about it in the comments.

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