There is still a month and a half left of summer at least according to the calendar. Or do you consider Labor Day the start of fall? The cool crisp mornings, flannel, leaves, and of course PUMPKIN SPICE can’t come soon enough for some! Personally I’m just ready for some football. If you’re one of those people then I’ve got good news for you. There are two new pumpkin spice foods to try this year in 2022.

The first is Krispy Kreme’s 2022 pumpkin spice collection. And you don’t have to wait til either definition of fall. The collection is arriving nationwide starting August 8.  The collection includes a pumpkin spice latte swirl doughnut, a pumpkin spice-filled cheesecake doughnut, a pumpkin spice cake doughnut, and a pumpkin spice original glazed doughnut.  There will also be new coffee flavors including a pumpkin spice iced coffee and a pumpkin spice latte that can be ordered hot or frozen.

Next is the return of Oreo’s Pumpkin Spice Sandwich Cookies.   The company made the announcement yesterday giving a date of August 15th for the return. Their website says, “OREO Pumpkin Spice Sandwich Cookies are the classic original snack cookies you’ve always known and loved. But with this unforgettable twist of pumpkin spice flavor to celebrate fall. These limited edition OREO cookies feature two golden wafer cookies filled with a rich pumpkin spice-flavored crème, making them supremely dunkable and delicious.”

Is it too early for pumpkin spice? What pumpkin spice foods are you most looking forward to eating in the fall of 2022?

This Pumpkin Carving Life Hack Is A Game Changer

Carving pumpkins is an essential fall activity. But let’s be honest it’s tricky to do, can be slightly dangerous, and just takes a long time. But what if I told you there is an easier way to do it? A new pumpkin carving hack is certainly faster and perhaps even easier. Especially if you just want a face and not an intricate design. You just might need a pressure washer but if you can get your hands on one you’re in luck.

The pumpkin carving hack trend has gone viral on TikTok and seems simple enough and makes for perfect spooky pumpkins.