Dunkin’ and Goldfish Are Releasing New Pumpkin Spice Graham Crackers This Fall
Putting all my cards on the table for you all, I’ve never been a Goldfish fan. It’s just something about cheese-flavored cracker snacks like Goldfish and Cheez-It that I can’t seem to get into. I am, however, an avid fan of graham crackers and I’ve always felt like if either brand created a variation that included the sweet-tasting cracker, I’d be down to try. Well, now — thanks to a partnership between Dunkin’ and Goldfish — my dreams have finally come true … kind of.
The two brands are stepping into fall the right way with a new limited-edition Goldfish snack that’s fit for PSL lovers everywhere: Pumpkin Spice Graham Crackers. Could this be my sign to bury the hatchet with Goldfish and give them another try? Maybe so!
With the plethora of companies such as Oreos and Krispy Kreme catering to the pumpkin spice latte frenzy, it’s crucial to stand out during the autumn tradition. And that’s precisely what this unexpected collaboration between Dunkin’ Donuts and Goldfish does. The cheesy nostalgic brand and the coffeehouse giant have given us a new way to enjoy the classic pumpkin spice latte — and I’m not mad at it. Each of the iconic fish-shaped treats is now bursting with the flavors of pumpkin, donut glaze, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves, and this is one snack I can’t wait to get my hands on.
If you’re feeling the same way, don’t fret because there may be a way for you to get them earlier than expected. Beginning August 18, Goldfish is giving eager TikTok fans a chance to purchase the new snack ahead of its official September 1 release, so you’ll want to be following them to get your hands on a bag. Fair warning though: this item will not be sold at Dunkin’ locations, but instead in grocery stores nationwide for a suggested retail price of $3.39 per 6.6-ounce bag.
Like all pumpkin spice latte-flavored items, however, this sweet snack will only be available for a limited time, so don’t delay on picking up a bag or two when they do roll out.
Will you be trying these when they hit shelves on September 1?