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15 Pumpkin Spice Foods (and Drinks!) You Can Feel Good About Eating

Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte

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The brew that started it all is now made with real pumpkin and without caramel coloring. That doesn’t make this pumpkin spice latte a health food—a tall, skim, no-whip still has 38 grams of sugar—but at 200 calories and with 11 grams of protein, it makes for a satisfying afternoon treat. (Read why We're Saying No to Starbucks Delivery.)

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Garden of Eatin’ Pumpkin Corn Tortilla Chips

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These tortilla chips from Garden of Eatin' are made with pumpkin seeds and organic corn, and have just a hint of that fall pumpkin flavor.

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Thomas’ Pumpkin Spice English Muffins

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With real pumpkin and five grams of protein, these Pumpkin Spice English Muffins will inject a little fall spirit into your breakfast.

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Larabar Pumpkin Pie Bar

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With just eight ingredients and no added sugar, pumpkin pie-flavored Larabars are perfect for a fall hike (like these essentials for any adventure) or your afternoon snack. And with dried pumpkin, cinnamon, and other autumnal spices, this tastes just like the real dessert—without the extra fat and sugar.

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Chobani Pumpkin Spice Greek Yogurt

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Thick Greek yogurt meets pumpkin puree in one delicious, creamy cup. With active cultures and 12 grams of protein, it makes a great breakfast, snack, or even dessert.

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Jamba Juice Almond Milk Pumpkin Smoothie

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A mix of almond milk, bananas, and a “pumpkin spice base” that includes real pumpkin, cinnamon, and nutmeg, this smoothie will help you transition to fall. For a sweet but not too indulgent treat (it has 36 grams of sugar), stick to a small, which has 200 calories.

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Naturebox Pumpkin Spice Nom Noms

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Pumpkin, oats, almonds, honey, and dark chocolate—as well as cinnamon, nutmeg, and allspice—are rolled into bite size balls and baked into these Naturebox cookie-like creations. (They're just as good as these Healthy Cookies You Can Eat for Breakfast!)

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Whole Foods 365 Everyday Value Pumpkin Spice Granola

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Top your pumpkin smoothie or pumpkin yogurt with some pumpkin spice granola from Whole Foods Market for a fall-flavor extravaganza.

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Planters Pumpkin Spice Almonds

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Almonds are a healthy-eater’s go-to snack; these pumpkin spiced ones from Planters have a flavorful twist, but still just 5 grams of protein per 1-ounce serving.

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Celestial Seasonings Sweet Harvest Pumpkin Tea

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Get a milder caffeine jolt—and your pumpkin spice fix—for zero calories with a black tea seasoned with pumpkin flavor, ginger, cloves, and more. (Find out what Types of Tea Help You Lose Weight!)

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Panera Bread Pumpkin Spice Latte

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As part of their initiative to clean up their menu—getting rid of ingredients like artificial sweeteners and preservatives on their “no no list”—Panera has crafted a pumpkin spice latte made with milk, pumpkin, spices, whipped cream, and salted caramel sauce. What it doesn’t have: any artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners, preservatives, or high fructose corn syrup. The calorie count is still at 450, however.

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Terra Pumpkin Spice Sweets chips

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Sweet potato chips dusted with pumpkin-pie spices like cinnamon and nutmeg—surprisingly warm and sweet!

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Noosa Pumpkin Yoghurt

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This Colorado company makes Australian-style yogurt, which is thick, sweet, and tart with a velvety texture. The 4-ounce cups from Noosa make a great dessert swap for pumpkin pie.

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McCann’s Pumpkin Spice with Vietnamese Cinnamon Irish Oatmeal

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With this breakfast, you’ll get the belly-filling, heart-healthy benefits of steel cut oats, plus nuts, exotic spices, and real pumpkin. Prefer savory? Try one of these 16 Savory Oatmeal Recipes.

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Orange Leaf Pumpkin Pie Frozen Yogurt

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Guilty as charged: We love froyo no matter what season it is. With just 45 calories per ounce, this pumpkin pie flavor at Orange Leaf satisfies your sweet tooth without too much diet damage.

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