Pumpkin spice isn’t just a flavor to add to your latte.
The rich and sweet flavors of pumpkin spice can amplify the taste of eats, ranging from cake to ice cream, turning them instantly into the ultimate fall treat.
Here are some local spots that you can stop by to satisfy your pumpkin spice craving.
Pumpkin Cake Roll Pint
The ice cream franchise is currently selling pints of its Pumpkin Cake Roll-flavored ice cream. The sweet treat is described as having warm spices, such as a healthy helping of brown sugar, Chinese 5-spice blended cinnamon and white pepper. Combining all those seasonings results in a flavor that is both sweet and salty. Metro Atlanta has multiple locations.
Spiced Pumpkin Pecan
If you’re more of a gelato type of person, Honey Suckle Gelato has you covered. In addition to Cinnamon Roll and Nutella flavors, it also offers Spiced Pumpkin Pecan. Grab your scoop at the nearest location in Ponce City Market.
Atlanta’s temperate fall weather means that popsicles can be enjoyed year-round. Steel City Pops describes its creamy pumpkin option as tasting like fall. With the organic pumpkin purée, cinnamon, ginger and vanilla bean within the pop, how could it not? Buy yours at its Decatur location.
Punkin Ale (Pumpkin/Yam Beer)
Picture this: a brown ale that has the spices of brown sugar in it and was made by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery using pumpkin. Better yet, you can try the brew for yourself by visiting Stone Mountain Public House, located at 947 Main St., Stone Mountain.
It’s that time of the year for Nothing Bundt Cakes to feature its Pumpkin Spice flavor. The franchise, which has bakeries around the Metro Atlanta area, prides itself on using real eggs, butter and cream cheese.
The family-owned bakery boasts a wide selection of cupcakes, layer cakes and ice cream flavors. When it’s autumn, CamiCakes offers pumpkin-flavored cupcakes and layered cakes. Head on over to your nearest location in Vinings, Camp Creek, Smyrna or Buckhead to indulge your sweet tooth.