It’s September, and whether you like it or not, that officially makes it pumpkin spice season. Once you’ve ‘grammed your first PSL of the year, take a seat for some shocking nutrition math. One grande pumpkin spice latte clocks in at 380 calories and 50 grams of sugar, meaning if you treat yourself to one a day, you could be looking at an extra 2660 calories each week- an amount that can easily lead to a 3 pounds of weight gain each month.

The reality is, most other pumpkin spice-flavored snacks on store shelves aren’t much better. A quick peek at the back nutrition panels reveals that most are filled with artificial flavors and colors, sickly sweet syrups, and vegetable oils. They’re low in satiating fiber, protein, and good fats, and are loaded with added sugar. And most importantly, they don’t even have any real pumpkin inside!

Save the calories and check out our list of better-for-you pumpkin eats. We’ve compiled some of our favorite dietitian-approved pumpkin spice snacks and treats to help you crush those festive cravings.

1. Pumpkin Spice Cheerios

Made with real pumpkin puree, no artificial flavors or colors, and only 110 calories per serving, this seasonal cereal is destined to become part of our morning ritual. Serve it with yogurt or milk, or just double fist the stuff right out of the box as a snack. Hey, we don’t judge!($2.99;

2. KIND Caramel Almond Pumpkin Spice Bars

Forget the double pumps of sickly sweet syrup. These limited-batch pumpkin spice bars actually have real pumpkin in them, along with nourishing whole nuts. With only 5 grams of sugar (that’s half of the average bar!) and without any sugar alcohols or artificial sweeteners, this is a pumpkin snack you can actually feel good about.($29.99, 12-count;

3. Delighted by Dessert Pumpkin Pie Hummus

amount of protein and fiber from chickpeas. This tasty dip is dairy-free, soy-free, nut-free and certified non-GMO, so it’s a perfect snack to put out for your holiday guests. Serve it with graham crackers or berries for a healthy treat.($5.99;

4. Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Tortilla Chips

Made with real pumpkin and pumpkin seeds, these gluten-free tortilla chips are low in salt but naturally sweet with a hint of aromatic spice. They’re delicious dipped into Greek yogurt, apple salsa, or just eaten au naturel.($1.99;

5. Halo Top Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream

For fewer calories than a basic latte, you can have an entire pint of pumpkin-flavored ice cream (with real pie pieces, to boot!) Thank you, Halo Top, for making our dreams come true and delivering an impressive 20 grams of protein in every 360-calorie pint. Get it before the pumpkin spice season is over!($4.99;

6. Tazo Pumpkin Spice Chai Tea

Need your pumpkin spice caffeine fix but want to skip the 380-calorie commitment? We got you. This pumpkin spice chai tea is the perfect blend of aromatic chai spices with just enough pumpkin kick. Serve it with a little steamed almond milk for a low-cal latte alternative. ($11, 20-count;

7. Siggi’s Pumpkin & Spice 2% Skyr Yogurt

Creamy, dreamy, and packed with protein, this pumpkin spice Skyr yogurt offers 15 grams of filling protein in a modest 140-calorie pack. And with those gut-friendly probiotic benefits, we can feel good amount working this into the daily rotation. ($23.92, 12-count;

8. Anchor Farms Pumpkin Spice Trail Mix

A tasty mix of pumpkin-spiced nuts, cinnamon pretzels, yogurt raisins, and crunchy pumpkin seeds, this seasonal melange is a wildly addictive snack. We keep a bag in our car, purse, and office desk for when that 3 p.m. energy slump hits.($4.11;

9. Daiya’s Pumpkin Spice Cheezecake

Rich, creamy, and pumpkiny, this 100-percent plant-based cheesecake is free of dairy, gluten, and soy, so it’s an addictive pumpkin spice treat for the masses. Serve it to holiday guests with dietary restrictions or just keep one on hand for your own personal pumpkin fix. (They’ll be hitting stores later this month, Sept. ’18) ($8.99;

Full Disclosure: The author does occasional ambassador work with a few of these brands, but she genuinely believes they’re awesome products, and man, there are so few actually healthy pumpkin spice foods out there!