Updated 2020! When I decided to do a post on dairy-free pumpkin spice products, I thought I would have about 10 items. Imagine my surprise, and exhaustion, when I hit 50 last year, and now 65 this year! And this doesn’t even include pumpkin breads, baking mixes, or “just” pumpkin products. These are all unique, dairy-free pumpkin spice goodies specifically. Most are also vegan, and many are gluten-fee, allergy-friendly, paleo, and/or keto.
Most of these products are “limited edition” or seasonal, and they will disappear after the holidays pass. But unless otherwise noted, I have confirmed that they are hitting shelves this year. So get them while they last! I’ve broken them down into categories, which you can jump to with the links below.*
TJ’s Note: This list does not include Trader Joe’s products. That’s because we now have an entire listing just for Trader Joe’s Dairy-Free Pumpkin Products.
Dairy-Free Pumpkin Spice Beverages
This seasonal flavor combines their classic sweetened almond milk with natural dairy-free pumpkin spice flavors.
This cold brew company crept onto our site this year with their oatmilk lattes. They’ve created a classic line, but have flavors that change with the season, including Pumpkin Spice, Maple, and Gingersnap.
Sweet, creamy, and wonderfully spiced, this dairy-free beverage is definitely worthy of the season. It’s made with flax milk beverage and is vegan, gluten-free, and top food allergy-friendly.
Target’s new natural line includes this dairy-free, kosher pareve, instant hot cocoa mix in pumpkin spice.
Their creamy coffee-spiked almond milk beverage is blended with pure pumpkin and spices for an even creamier sip. It’s also vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, and back for 2020!
Despite the name, all Silly Cow hot chocolate mixes are made without dairy (at last check) and certified gluten-free. This seasonal flavor is infused with cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, allspice, cloves, and natural pumpkin flavor.
Dairy-Free Pumpkin Spice Creamers
This unsweetened brand of creamer is rich with pumpkin and warm spice flavors. But I do recommend adding just a touch of your favorite sweetener to help it pop. And make sure you stock up on it now – this flavor tends to run out well before pumpkin season wraps up.
Chobani’s first entry into the dairy-free coffee creamer market is this limited time, seasonal flavor.
Last year, Silk was late to market with their pumpkin spice creamer, but this year, they were not going to make the same mistake. They announced a full pumpkin spice line up in August of 2020! And this year, it includes two pumpkin spice creamers: Classic and Unsweet.
Get it while you can! Elmhurst is phasing out their hemp creamer line at the end of 2020.
This truly dairy-free coconut milk powdered creamer is enriched with pumpkin powder and warm spices.
This relatively rich creamer is festively flavored with real pumpkin puree, cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger. It’s also vegan, soy-free, carrageenan-free, and sweetened with cane sugar.
This boasts a very similar ingredient profile to their pumpkin spice creamer, but the Better Half has no added sugars (it’s sweetened with monk fruit).
Dairy-Free Pumpkin Spice Protein Powders
Beachbody’s vegan line has become quite popular, so they released this seasonal flavor. It has already sold out this year in the U.S., but will be hitting Canada soon.
Pumpkin spice and broth aren’t two things I would usually put together, but this is really a pumpkin spice flavored, dairy-free, gluten-free protein powder.
This option isn’t vegan, but it is dairy-free, and it’s actually available year round! This has a unique, but very simple, ingredient list with egg white powder, cocoa powder, pumpkin pie flavor, monk fruit extract, and probiotics. And yes, it’s very low carb.
Dairy-Free Pumpkin Spice Spreads
The rich addition of pumpkin elevates this hummus to “dip” status. It’s lightly sweetened for a nutritious spread with satisfaction benefits.
You’ll love the quality of Abby’s Nut Butters. The Pumpkin Spice flavor is popping for fall, and only contains dry roasted pecans, pumpkin powder, coconut sugar, pink Himalayan salt, and pumpkin pie spice.
This is a rich blend of organic coconut, pecans, coconut oil, coconut sugar, and spices. It’s meant for spreading, but can be quite solid when chilled.
It isn’t listed on their website, but several people have spotted this seasonal flavor in stores this year.
This is pretty much dates and pumpkin pie spices whipped into a creamy spread.
This keto-friendly blend is spiked with cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves and enriched with olive oil.
Yes, another Pumpkin Spice hummus! Actually, Walmart has a house brand of it too, but we think three varieties is enough to fully cover in this round up of dairy-free pumpkin spice products. And unlike the others, Lantana is made with white beans and topped with bonus cranberries and sunflower seeds.
They don’t use actual pumpkin, but do focus on those pumpkin pie spices in these natural peanut butters. Not to mention, they have a chocolate version where they blend in melted dark chocolate chips. Both varieties appear to be vegan, gluten-free, and soy-free. In fact, the chocolate they use doesn’t even contain soy lecithin!
One last pumpkin spice hummus! This kosher pareve spread one is from a favorite deli brand, Boar’s Head.
Dairy-Free Pumpkin Spice Snacks
Pumpkin spices on popcorn? LesserEvil has been known for crazier flavors!
These paleo protein bars are a blend of smooth pumpkin and warm hints of cinnamon, ginger and cloves. They’re naturally dairy-free, gluten-free, peanut-free, and soy-free.
These gourmet nuts are roasted with sugar and spice, and everything nice.
These bars have the traditional Larabar base of dates and nuts, but dried pumpkin, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and allspice are also thrown into the mix.
It isn’t really a snack, or a spread, or a protein powder, but I couldn’t really create a category alone for peanut powder! And you can use it to make a snack, a spread, or a protein shake. This simple product contains just four ingredients, with no actual pumpkin, but features the popular pumpkin spice blend.
These super-hearty bars – think a big serving of oatmeal – are enriched with warm spices and pure pumpkin for this seasonal flavor.
These paleo treats are made with almond butter, dried fruit, and real pumpkin and spices. They’re naturally vegan, too.
This keto bars are also dairy-free, vegan, and made with a comforting blend of almonds and fall spices.
They took their Chocolate Blonde energy bars and added Pumpkin Pie Spice. The result is a well-loved, seasonal, wholesome, paleo, vegan, and gluten-free energy bar. Due to production issues in 2020, this one won’t be available until November. The packaging might also look different since they recently changed their packaging. But you get the idea!
Dairy-Free Pumpkin Spice Breakfast Items
Why have I not had these? Katz works gluten-free, dairy-free miracles with their delicious frozen baked goodies. Which is probably why their donuts are available in so many flavors.
Just add hot water to these packets of organic rolled oats, chia seeds, pumpkin powder, and spices. By ingredients, it’s vegan, gluten-free, and top allergen-free, but it isn’t certified gluten free.
This dairy-free pumpkin spice breakfast cereal is a hearty blend of organic pumpkin seeds, golden flax, crunchy pecans, and a touch of pumpkin pie spices. It’s made without dairy, soy, and gluten, but we don’t know if they use gluten-free oats.
It isn’t in the name, but this pumpkin is spiked with cinnamon and warm spice flavors.
These classic whole grain biscuits are baked with dried pumpkin and sweet potato, and are perfect with your homemade dairy-free latte.
It’s pumpkin flavor, not actual pumpkin, in this fall riff on a classic. But the spiced, sweet flavor is still nostalgic.
These gluten-free bars contain pumpkin seeds, spices, and a touch of warm molasses. And you’re in luck – these are available year round!
This isn’t 100% confirmed, but Thomas’ Pumpkin Spice Bagels usually slip onto store shelves with little fanfare in September. You might be able to find dairy-free pumpkin spice bagels at your local bagel shop, but Thomas’ “jumbo” bagels are readily available in many stores and these are unbelievably vegan.
If you’re a Special K fan, then you will probably love this fall variation that’s spiked with real cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and allspice.
A lot of Birch Benders products contain milk, but their paleo line is dairy-free! and this year, it includes a seasonal dairy-free pumpkin spice mix.
Other brands contain milk, but these are dairy-free, certified gluten-free, nut-free, and even vegan.
This iconic cereal is kosher parve, and it’s now officially gluten free.
Dairy-Free Pumpkin Spice Treats
We think this counts as a dairy-free pumpkin spice treat! And it’s the first pumpkin vegan ice cream to land this year.
Everyone will swoon over these gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, and soy-free Twinkie copycats. They’re pumpkin spice little cakes injected with dairy-free pumpkin cream. This product does contain eggs, so it isn’t vegan.
These raw macaroons are vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, and spiked with pumpkin spice.
It’s like a fluffy piece of pumpkin pie with whipped cream on top, but without any dairy! They’re made without top allergens, but aren’t vegan.
These sweet little treats are not only gluten-free, they’re also vegan and top allergen free. Plus, they’re infused with real pumpkin and spices.
Most dairy-free pumpkin spice products are seasonal, but Lenny & Larry’s pumpkin spice cookie is offered year round. It’s a thick, chewy, and slightly cake-y, cookies infused with pumpkin, molasses and the usual spices. It’s also vegan and soy-free.
Yes, these are for real. I wouldn’t joke about something as serious as seasonal dairy-free caramels.
These are traditional meringues, so they’re made with eggs, but naturally dairy free.
Like so many Jell-O pudding flavors, their seasonal pumpkin spice is made without dairy!
Moon Pies are one of those surprisingly dairy-free treats, including their regular and mini fall flavors.
These are more of a dessert-snack hybrid. They’re gluten-free, vegan, and low glycemic with coconut sugar and dates for sweetness.
Move over ginger, pumpkin spice is getting snappy!
This old school brand shuns artificial colors, flavors, and high fructose corn syrup and even uses real pumpkin in their fall flavors.
I love these fig bars, but I haven’t found the pumpkin spice one yet! I hope that you get the chance to try them. This brand makes wonderful sweet, wholesome, kosher pareve treats.
These gluten-free, dairy-free sandwich cremes weren’t in stock yet, but the company assured me they will be soon!
Although not in the title, these vegan marshmallows reportedly have a “mild pumpkin spice flavor,” and they work great in recipes. They’re also gluten-free, but do contain soy.
These vegan cookies are infused with more pumpkin than many other brands, and contain the traditional holiday spices. They’re also generously sized for hearty appetites.
If you’ve every tried Daiya dairy-free cheezecake, then you know just how unbelievably good it is. This limited edition, pumpkin-infused flavor is new, and has hints of cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg.
They have so many pumpkin spice treats at Trader Joe’s that we had to give them their own post!
*All of the non-dairy products mentioned above are dairy-free by ingredients. But as always, contact the manufacturer to discuss their production processes if a severe food allergy is a concern for you. There is always some degree of cross-contamination risk, and allergen labels (or lack of) should not be relied on exclusively. We cannot evaluate if a product is safe for your needs.
What Are Your Favorite Dairy-Free Pumpkin Spice Products?
Which of the above do you love or loathe? Share your feedback with others. Also, did we miss any of your favorites?