6. Pumpkin Muffins, Whole Foods Market
Get them while they're hot, because if you wait too long, they'll sell out and you'll be left biting into the pumpkin muffin's infinitely inferior cousin, the cream cheese muffin. Because it fits in your hand like a puzzle piece and is decorated with pumpkin seeds and full of nourishing whole grains, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it. Start hoarding them in your freezer now, since they'll be gone December 1.
5. Pumpkin Pie Bagel, Panera Bread
Leave it to Panera to bagel-tize pumpkin pie. The bagel is baked with pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice. It's topped with a blend of crumbs and cinnamon for a crunchy texture. It's served warm and toasted and dusted with powdered sugar. It's as close as you can get to justify eating a pumpkin pie for breakfast.
4. Pumpkin Bagel Clusters, Einstein Bros. Bagels
Bagel clusters are a new phenomenon that has struck Einstein's nationwide. No one is entirely sure what they are or where they came from. The concept of adorably sized pumpkin bagel bits, gooey pumpkin syrup, cinnamon sugar, streusel topping, and cream cheese frosting conglomerating in one bouquet of seasonally spiced goodness is not to be missed. Because if you do miss it, you really missed out on the entire fall season.