Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Fall is a frame of mind, and the relevance of the cult-like lineup of pumpkin spice things is no longer confined to the calendar. As the years since the pumpkin spice latte was revealed pass, the acceptable time period for pumpkin spice flavored items continues to stretch. Soon, we won't be surprised to hear that these items are no longer limited edition only. We know it's hard to keep track of the huge variety of products so we made a comprehensive list of all things pumpkin spice that you can order.
It was only a matter of time before pumpkin spice trend got even weirder. Well, now you can make whatever you shove into your face taste like it. Simply Beyond created the Pumpkin Spice Organic Spray-On Spice back in 2016 and now that product is out so you can ruin just everything. This "substitute to holiday spice powders" can be used to spray on absolutely anything. The $11 bottle is recommended for baking, savory dishes or even small snacks.
It was 20 years ago Friday that the Spice Girls zig-a-zig ahhhed their way into the world with the release of "Wannabe." To celebrate its release, we revisited Spice World, which, hey, wasn't released until 1997, but the film is Peak Spice Girls -- and as they'd say, that's the way it is. And damn, do you remember just how how weird it is? It's am empowering girl power party and a very, very meta statement on celebrity, sure, but the Bob Spiers-directed comedy is also packed with almost Airplane! This thing is full of WTF moments, but here are the 16 most puzzling ones that you may have forgotten about.
If there's one person that knows how to spice up people's lives -- aside from the original Spice Girls, of course -- it's Adele. During a gig in Amsterdam last Friday, the singer decided to bust out an impromptu, all too brief rendition of "Spice Up Your Life". The audience loved it, but -- even more importantly -- so did the Spice Girls themselves. Have something to add to this story?
Between the pumpkin-spice-flavored kale chips, vodka, candy corn, yogurt, beer, cream cheese, English muffins, Kahlúa, macarons, and the almonds, cookies, cereal, sausage, Twinkies, popcorn, Peeps, and water -- it's safe to say that America has aslight obsession with all things pumpkin spice. The seasonal craze started with one item 13 years ago: Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice Latte. It has without a doubt been the company's most successful seasonal beverage. One could argue that summer hasn't ended until the annual release of the PSL. Other companies were rightfully envious of Starbucks' success and created their own versions of the fall favorite.