Looking for the best Trader Joe’s fall items? Today I’m sharing all the fun pumpkin products Trader Joe’s is stocking this year.
Tis the season for all things PUMPKIN! To be honest, I’ve been looking forward to the debut of Trader Joe’s pumpkin products, because it’s my first time actually living near a Trader Joe’s during the fall season. I’ve gotten some TJ’s fall hauls before, but it’s kind of different when you can capitalize on the cold items, and not just the shelf safe stuff that is easy to ship. Today I’m sharing all the goodies in stores this year!
Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Products
First things first – I originally made this list in 2022, but I’m so happy to report that Trader Joe’s fall items on this list have all stayed! WHEW! There’s nothing worse than discovering a seasonal item you love, only to have it discontinued. So sad! Now…onward!
Gluten Free Pumpkin Streusel Muffins – If you’ve ever had Trader Joe’s gluten free chocolate muffins then you know what I mean when I say, the moisture for a gluten free product is out of this world. Seriously, it’s so good. Not crumbly at all. These lasted just the weekend at our house, because I ate them every single morning until they were gone. The flavor is rich, but not overpowering. This is a MUST get.
Vanilla Pumpkin Candle – I love the seasonal scents on TJ’s candles and this one is no exception. They are small, but mighty. The scent on this one is not overpowering (all credit to the vanilla!) and an ideal add to the counter, your bedroom or a bathroom. Any place you want to add a little extra cozy. Also, STOCK UP! Because it sells out really fast. Ask me how I know 🙁
Pumpkin Spice Coffee Pods – I saw these and was a little skeptical at first, mostly because I’m a Hawaiian coffee snob. I love the flavor on these (especially if you like pumpkin, it’s strong)! I don’t think they’re as strong as other coffee pods but they’re a nice seasonal treat.
Pumpkin Pie Spice – I definitely will not use all of this during one season, but for the price and the amount you got, I couldn’t pass it up. Usually the container is so tiny! I can honestly say this is worth stocking up on, especially if you’re a big fall baker.
Pumpkin Pasta – OK, so these are technically made with butternut squash, but they look identical to pumpkins and if I was having a fall feast of some kind, you would bet your butt I’d be having these on the table! I think they’d be delicious tossed in a brown butter sage sauce.
Pumpkin Body Butter – I am a sucker for a good body butter and this is a festive treat. I don’t find the scent to be too overpowering and it will be nice for this season. I don’t love it as much as the Brazil Nut Body Butter, but it’s definitely worth scooping up and the hydration is provides is second to none.
Pumpkin Cranberry Crisps – These sort of remind me of the Strawberry Jalapeno crisps Trader Joe’s had this spring. Ideal for a charcuterie board or paired with warm goat cheese and I can confirm they’re delish on their own too 😉
Trader Joe’s did NOT hold back on the seasonal pumpkin baking supplies this year. Pumpkin bread, pumpkin pancakes, pumpkin waffles…and all available in regular, as well as gluten free varietals!
Pumpkin Spice Hummus – There is a small part of me that saw this and was like…WHY!! This is too far! But then I thought, you know that might be really tasty with brownie brittle for a dessert board. Thoughts? Has anyone tried this?
Pumpkin Sticky Toffee Cakes – A few Christmases ago, my friend Katie made sticky toffee with bourbon and it’s something Dane has talked about at least once per month ever since. I saw these and immediately thought of him and then I was like..hmm..that pumpkin flavor may or may not send him over the edge. I held off, but personally I think they would be INSANE, especially with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Cheesecake Croissants – If I’m being honest, I may go back to the store and just get these for myself. They also had pumpkin waffles!
Pumpkin Dog Treats – Judy and Bill had some variation of these in year’s past, so picking up a box this year was a no-brainer. I will warn you, these cookies are bigger in size. We break a single pumpkin in half for them to split and it works out great.