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September means pumpkin everything. Get ready. Reuters

The sun is still blazing in most of the country, but with September upon us, people can’t help but be giddy over pumpkin spiced everything. It doesn’t matter if it’s still summer or how hot the temperature outside might be. The favorite flavor comes in various forms, and people gobble up the treats like autumn will never come again. Listed below are some of the best version of pumpkin spiced everything:

Coffee: Whether it’s coming from Starbucks or a local coffee joint, the pumpkin spiced latte is arguably the favorite drink among pumpkin enthusiasts. As far as Starbucks is concerned, it was popular enough to create a Twitter account. That’s right. You can follow PSL on the 140-character mini blog. Currently, PSL, which is pumpkin spiced latte for short, is verified and has more than 110,000 followers.

Beer: Another thing that people love to get the pumpkin version of is beer. Usually, most bars and restaurants serve pumpkin beers with a graham cracker, sugar and cinnamon dusted rim that makes the already delicious beer even more delectable.

Dessert: There are seemingly endless options when it comes to dessert. The easiest ones to name are pumpkin pie, pumpkin cheesecake and pumpkin ice cream. Pretty much, anything that is sweet and baked can be made into some form of pumpkin.

Cocktails: For drinkers who aren’t into beer, pumpkin-spiced cocktails are the way to go. The pumpkin martini is probably the most famous option, but it’s certainly not the only one. Other options are pumpkin punch, spiked pumpkin smoothie and pumpkin mojito. For those who are interested in making the drinks at come, Brit.co compiled a list of drinks “that are better than a PSL.” (Their shade, not ours.)

Healthy: While most of these treats will make revelers pack on the pounds, there are some healthy pumpkin options, too. There are low calorie versions of pumpkin waffles and pumpkin pancakes. There also drinks that can be made, like pumpkin chai tea. For a full list of healthy pumpkin options, check out this article by Cookie and Kate.

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