Review: The Milano Pumpkin Spice Cookies Limited Edition?

Review: The Milano Pumpkin Spice Cookies Limited Edition?

Last Updated on 2022/03/22

I love the fall season because with it arrives all kinds of delicious treats like the Milano Pumpkin Spice Cookies!

Note: These cookies are sold seasonally.

Pepperidge Farm History

The Pepperidge Farm brand began with Margaret Forgarty (surname Rudkin, after she got married), a mother trying to bake homemade bread for her son with severe allergies. After many attempts, she baked a bread so delicious her neighbors and local town’s folk fell in love with her recipe.

After selling her bread to local grocer at a much higher price than regular baked goods are sold, the popularity of her bread soared exponentially. The Pepperidge Farm brand spread throughout the US as it gained more exposure through word of mouth, expanding sale locations and interviews in Reader’s Digest.

Read more details about their history on their website!

Product Details

The perfect balance of crisp cookies and rich, luxurious chocolate for a truly indulgent treat.

~Pepperidge Farm website.


I wasn’t too impressed by the Milano Pumpkin Spice cookies.

The cookies have 1 layer of pumpkin spice and another layer of chocolate. The pumpkin spice layer tasted more like a single-flavored ingredient, like a food extract instead of a mixture of pumpkin puree/powder with an assortment of spices (star anise, cinnamon, cloves, etc). The chocolate layer masked the pumpkin spice flavor for me as well.

As a fan of pumpkin spice, pumpkin pie and pumpkin pie spice, the difference between the three are noticeable.

These were enjoyable to eat but I think I would’ve preferred a “pumpkin pie” cookie instead.


I got these at Target.

Find Pepperidge Farm products near you: Store Locator


This cost me $2.79USD.

Content: 7 oz (198g).

Prices may vary per purchase location and/or change without notice.

Nutrition Facts

8 servings per container | Serving Size: 2 Cookies (25g) | Calories: 130 | Total Fat: 7g (9%) | Saturated Fat: 4g (20%) | Trans Fat: 0g | Cholesterol: <5mg (2%) | Sodium: 40mg (2%) | Total Carbohydrate: 16g (6%) | Dietary Fiber: <1g (4%) | Total Sugars: 10g | Includes Added Sugars: 10g (20%) | Protein: 0g | Vit. D: 0mcg (0%) | Calcium: 20mg (0%) | Iron: 0.7mg (4%) | Potassium: 40mg (0%) | Vit. A: 70mcg (8%) | Vit. B12: 0.7mcg (30%) | Phosphorus: 70mg (6%)


Enriched Wheat Flour (flour, Niacin, Reduced Iron, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic Acid), Sugar, Vegetable Oils (palm Kernel, Palm And/or Soybean And Hydrogenated Soybean), Milk Chocolate (sugar, Cocoa Butter, Whole Milk, Chocolate Processed With Alkali, Chocolate, Nonfat Milk, Soy Lecithin, Vanilla Extract), Eggs, Contains 2% Or Less Of: Cornstarch, Nonfat Milk, Reduced Mineral Whey, Whole Milk, Salt, Soy Lecithin, Natural Flavors, Annatto For Color, Baking Soda.

Allergens: Wheat | Eggs | Soy | Milk.

Check if this product is KOSHER certified.

Would I buy the Milano Pumpkin Spice Cookies again?

Answer: No.

Worth Trying?: At least once.

Like I said above, these cookies didn’t do it for me. I found the pumpkin spice wasn’t enough for me. I wanted more of a pumpkin pie cream in between the cookies or perhaps that’s what I expected. Many other people loved the flavor, that’s why I recommend trying them for yourself and decide if you like them.

Milano Pumpkin Spice Cookies
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