For those who follow food trends, fall unofficially starts with the ever-early arrival of the Pumpkin Spice Latte. The iconic caffeinated cult beverage signals the time for whipping up pumpkin cakes, cookies, muffins, and more as a way to usher in feelings of comfort and cozy. And in 2020, we cannot get enough pumpkin or these warm-fuzzy feelings that come with it. Treat yourself or a friend with one of these delightful pumpkin cakes and cookie sets that ship nationwide. 

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1. Maya’s Cookies
The Fall Collection is officially here! Each six-pack of cookies contains three of each new autumnal flavor: Drunken Grandma and Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Cookie. The Drunken Grandma is a boozed-up variety of the classic oatmeal raisin (thanks to rum-soaked raisins), and the Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip is everything you love about a crispy-on-the-outside, chewy-on-the-inside cookie with an infusion of fall spices. Both flavors are gluten-free.  

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2. Sensitive Sweets
This dedicated gluten-free bakery makes the perfect afternoon treat to accompany that cozy cup of chai. The soy, gluten, and nut-free Pumpkin Streusel cake pairs perfectly with blustery fall days when gently warmed in the oven and served with a pat of vegan butter

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3. Physician in the Kitchen
It’s not just a cute name—these pumpkin bundt cakes are truly made by a board-certified family physician with 20 years of clinical experience. Dr. Monique May has perfected the moist, fragrant, and elegant vegan pound cake. Fall favorites include pumpkin and sweet potato flavors either plain or drizzled with an orange maple glaze. Our tip: don’t skip the glaze! 

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4. Karma Baker
When this popular allergen-friendly baker decided to put her fan-favorite cakes in jars, our hearts skipped a beat. The result is a portable, uber moist, and adorably individualized cake serving for one. For the pumpkin season, she’s filling jars with layers of tender gluten-free pumpkin spice cake, sweet chai frosting, and a silky vanilla swirl topped with a smiling gingerbread cookie. Shipping orders come with four jars. Technically, they can keep for 10 days in the fridge, but our willpower is on a far shorter timeline. 

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5. The Naughty Cookie
If Pumpkin Spice Snickerdoodles don’t immediately trigger a Pavlovian response, sweets probably aren’t your thing. These cookies act as a preview to winter cookie season by combining the Christmas snickerdoodle with the flavors of a PSL. There’s no shame in licking your fingers to get every pumpkin-spiced sugar-coated morsel. 

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6. Yvonne’s Vegan Cakes
Yvonne was one of the early adopters of shipping cakes nationwide. The concept seemed impossible to us—until we ordered one for ourselves and were amazed to receive a delicious cake fully intact. She’s celebrating fall with her new vanilla spice cake layered with sunflower date caramel (aka dulce de leche), cream cheese pumpkin spice ganache, and vanilla buttercream. Our question to Yvonne: how soon can you ship it to us? 

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7. Sticky Fingers Sweets and Eats
For those who always struggle with dense-as-bricks quick breads or gummy pumpkin baked goods, rely on Sticky Fingers as your Plan B. The pumpkin-spiked crumble cake loaf is everything you want in a pumpkin bread—tender, hearty, warming, and fragrant—shipped straight to your door from this legendary vegan D.C. bakery. 

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8. The Dirty Cookie
If your Halloween plans involve watching a scary movie, eating vegan candy, and potentially partaking in an adult beverage, we have one more way to level-up your 2020 Halloween party-of-one: cookie shots. Fill these soft-baked vegan pumpkin cookie cups with your favorite (spiked) plant milk, then crank up “Thriller” and get the party started. 

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9. Foxship Bakery
Can’t get enough pumpkin? These quarter-pound cookies should do the trick. Laced with pumpkin pie spice, these enormous Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Pie cookies feature perfectly crispy edges and melt-in-your-mouth gooey chocolate centers. In this case, one cookie is all you need to satisfy a raging sweet tooth.  

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10. Fat Badger Bakery
These crispy, chewy cookies are made for dunking. The new 12-pack Fall Flavors box filled with Maple Glazed Pumpkin and Caramel Apple cookies have us reaching for our flannel and tossing leaves around like confetti. 

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11. Yellow Rose Vegan Bakery
The October Box from this New Jersey-based bakery offers a ton of fall-flavored treats, but the first one we’re reaching for is the thick pumpkin brownie. We learned long ago that pumpkin and chocolate work surprisingly well together, and this pumpkin-spiced fudgy treat with a layer of smooth pumpkin filling is proof. 

Tanya Flink is a Digital Editor at VegNews as well as a writer and fitness enthusiast living in Orange County, CA.

Photo credit: Foxship Bakery

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