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Are you sick of pumpkin spiced everything yet? This blend of spices tastes great on a lot of things I eat including in cinnamon tea, in oatmeal, in yogurt, the options are ENDLESS Y’ALL. And it is the perfect essential in any paleo autumn treat. That does not mean I am 100% on team pumpkin spice, and definitely not a fan of Pumpkin Spice Lattes (or Lattes in general), I just have an appreciative taste for cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves.
But – if you are unlike me and aren’t necessarily a fan of pumpkin spiced things, I wanted to share a few of my overall autumn and winter seasonal snacks. A lot of these things still contain pumpkin based ingredients, but not all are strictly pumpkin based.
Either way, there are a lot of seasonal snacks and treats that disappear come January, so you can bet I am stocking up now for when I am sick of summer and heat next year (lol).
Also, not all of these items are strictly paleo. Most of them are gluten free & dairy free though. Just a friendly tidbit – all snacks are guilt free because food is neither good nor bad, right or wrong. < 3
Nutty Pumpkin Bread – This nutty pumpkin bread is like a combination of a pumpkin muffin and a pumpkin granola bar all in one. It has a similar texture to Larabars. The Nutty Pumpkin Bread Bar is made with cashews, pecans and pumpkin spice.
Pumpkin Spice Protein Bar – We all are familiar with RX bars, they are great easy options especially when traveling. They have two great seasonal flavors, pumpkin spice, and apple cinnamon. If you have not had an RX bar, it is important to note the texture resembles that of almost a laffy taffy, so be careful with those fillings and crowns! Get the no B.S. treat here.
Pumpkin Seed Butter – Okay so not only is this pumpkin seed butter (YUM) but it is sprouted pumpkin seed butter. The only ingredient in this delicious butter is just pumpkin seeds. This butter is great for those that do not like sweeter nut butters; pumpkin butter has much more of a savory taste.
Tiger Nut Butter – If Tiger Nuts are more your thing, than this is the nut butter for you. The team over at Toots blended honey and cinnamon into this delicious spread, making it the perfect companion for your oatmeal, smoothies, or accompanying a delicious apple. Get the delicious Tiger Nut Butter here.
Apple Cinnamon Granola – Paleo, Vegan, Gluten-Free and Non-GMO, this granola is a great alternative to gluten-filled granola. It is a hearty and delicious blend of organic nuts, fruits, seeds, and spices. This granola is insanely delicious with the new GT’s living coconut yogurt, or my favorite, mixed with other trail mix staples for a sufficient snack.
Chewy Pumpkin Granola – Another splendid granola, this one is definitely more pumpkin-y. The ingredients contain a blend of nuts like almonds and walnuts, along with honey, coconut, and vanilla. I know this may be overdoing it with the pumpkin, but this crunchy granola is splendid on top of a fluffy gluten free pumpkin pancake.
Apple Cinnamon Plantains – With three ingredients, these make the perfect easy snack for when you don’t feel like pulling anything together. Plantains definitely lean on the side of sweet to me, so the addition of cinnamon is an easy transition. Get these tasty treats here.
Coconut Cinnamon Wraps – Looking for the ultimate tortilla to wrap your pumpkin seed butter in? This is it! These coconut wraps only have four ingredients, and are versatile for any delicious autumn spiced snack. These are great with apples and nut butter, or bananas and nut butter! Snatch them up here.
Power Loaded Cinnamon Creamer – This creamer has all the coffee essentials loaded into one bottle. It is made with 100% grass fed ghee, organic coconut based MCT and cinnamon. If you are looking for an easy way to spice up your coffee, this is it. This creamer does contain sunflower lecithin though, so if you are sensitive to lecithin be wary.
So there you have it! Stock up those pantries with these seasonal items while you can. AND definitely let me know – are you Team Pumpkin Spice or Team No Pumpkin Spice?