Prairie Farms Pumpkin Spice Milk and Ice Cream
During the fall season, pumpkin spiced lattes are the order of the day. However, the pumpkin spiced beer isn’t the only way to get your pumpkin fix. You can also spruce up a pumpkin pie with some vanilla pudding or a dollop of whipped cream. Or, you could just grab a scoop of ice cream – pumpkin flavored, of course.
While you’re at it, why not take a gander at some of the Halloween-themed spooky treats? There’s no reason you can’t try out a few of the tricked out concoctions in your own kitchen. There’s even a small sliver of pumpkin spiced goodness at Blue Bell, Halo Top, and Turkey Hill! The aforementioned Ben & Jerry’s has a full-blown pumpkin spice ice cream trifecta, while Halo Top’s pumpkin spice latte and Blue Bell’s pumpkin spiced pecan ice cream will leave your taste buds begging for more.
The good news is, Prairie Farms has been doing its homework and is offering up plenty of pumpkin centric goodies, from pumpkin spice flavored milk and ice cream to pumpkin spiced biscuits and pumpkin spiced cookies. With the recent announcement that the company is launching a multi-million dollar marketing campaign, it’s no wonder the pumpkin spice fad is back in vogue. You can find the products in your local grocery or convenience store, or if you’re in the market for a splurge, check out the online catalog. You can also find them in a few select club stores and supermarkets. As far as the most affordable options go, you’re in luck. The pumpkin spiced latte is only $2.49, so it’s the easiest way to get a little piety in your belly. The other major drawback is the lack of seasonality, so if you’re craving a pumpkin pie fix on a regular basis, it may be best to steer clear of the pumpkin spice scented milk.