The Tastiest Pumpkin Spice Treats Around the Main Line This Fall

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Pumpkin spice and everything nice! Here are top spots for seasonal treats throughout the Main Line and western suburbs this autumn.

It’s not fall without a pumpkin-flavored treat. With the season in full swing, there are so many places to get your pumpkin fix and enjoy autumnal baked goods and drinks around the Main Line and western suburbs.

The Bakery House

604 W Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr


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You’ll find plenty of seasonal treats, including pumpkin chiffon pie and pumpking pound loafs, at this Bryn Mawr bakery. The pumpkin chiffron pie is a crumb cake drizzled with a luscious maple vanilla glaze, and a gluten-free version is available as well.

Mad Anthony Wayne Cafe

135 N Wayne Ave., Wayne


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Mad Anthony Wayne Cafe has tasty baked treats to go alongside cozy coffees. Its brown sugar pumpkin spice latte is a deliciously seasonal treat that tastes best when savored during an autumn walk to admire the changing leaves.

Hope’s Cookies

1125 E Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr


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Fall flavors like white chocolate cranberry and gluten-free snickerdoodle will satisfy your sweet tooth, but the pumpkin spice white chocolate chip is something to really get excited about. To elevate your treat, ask for hand-packed ice cream sandwiched between two cookies of your choice.

The Ultimate Bake Shoppe of Wayne

389 W Lancaster Ave., Wayne

The pumpkin cheesecake cupcake is a must at this bakery located in the Lancaster County Farmer’s Market. Don’t miss out on the pumpkin spice scones or pumpkins pies either.

Rosie’s Coffee at Villanova Station

308 N Spring Mill Rd., Villanova

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Rosie’s is back this season with a host of mouthwatering fall beverage specials. Find everything from a classic pumpkin spice latte to the Salem Fog (an Earl Grey with pumpkin pie syrup, milk and pumpkin spice on top) and the Tabby Cat smoothie (cinnamon, banana, chai, milk, peanut butter and pumpkin pie syrup). Both the pumpkin spice latte and Salem Fog can be ordered hot or cold.

Nothing Bundt Cakes

Various locations

Topped with the signature buttercream frosting you know and love, these adored bundt cakes are now available in a pumpkin variety to celebrate the season. The array of sizes and flavors are sure to be a hit after Thanksgiving dinner.

Sublime Cupcakes

30 Liberty Blvd., Suite 150, Malvern; 141 Market St., Collegeville


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With locations in Malvern and Collegeville, this cupcake bakery changes its menu daily for maximum deliciousness. There are so many rotating fall features to try, including harvest pumpkin, pumpkin chocolate chip and caramel apple. Visit the website for the most current menu.

The Ultimate Bake Shoppe of Ardmore

120 Coulter Ave., Ste 3, Ardmore


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Located in the Ardmore Farmers Market at Suburban Square, this bakery is a delightful destination for pumpkin raisin muffins, pumpkin scones, pumpkin white chocolate biscotti and more.

R. Weinrich German Bakery

3545 West Chester Pke., Newtown Square

The pumpkin pie is a favorite at this old-school Newtown Square German bakery.

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