Autumn menus 2021: new season hot drinks and food in Costa, McDonald’s, Starbucks, Greggs and Pret A Manger

The famous pumpkin spice latte, Halloween-themed treats and spicy soups are all appearing on menus this season

Now that autumn has officially begun, there’s nothing like a comforting cup of coffee and a hearty snack to make you feel cosy.

From the popular pumpkin spice latte to a spicy chicken and red pepper soup, here are the highlights of the autumn menus from outlets such as Greggs, Pret A Manger, Costa and Starbucks. Prices may vary across locations.

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There’s something for everyone from savouries to hot drinks with an autumnal twist.

The Vegan Sausage Breakfast Roll is the latest addition to Greggs' meat-free range. Photo: Greggs.
  • Pumpkin spice latte - featuring steamed milk and sweet pumpkin spice flavour syrup, prices start at £1.95 for a regular size latte.
  • The vegan sausage breakfast roll - this new menu addition is made with vegan Quorn mycoprotein sausages in a corn top roll, £1.90.
The Spicy Chicken and Red Pepper Soup joins the autumn 2021 Greggs menu. Photo: Greggs.
  • Spicy chicken and red pepper soup - packed with chicken, vegetables, rice and cajun spices and chilli, £2.
  • Sticky toffee muffin - a toffee flavour muffin with toffee and caramel flavour fudge pieces, £1.25.


Costa’s autumn range is packed full of mouth-watering treats.

  • Vegan gingerbread latte cookie, a crunchy cookie with white icing drizzle, £2.
  • Terry’s Chocolate Orange® brownie, it features layers of Terry’s Chocolate Orange® segments throughout, made with real orange oil, £2.
  • The mallow pumpkin shortcake, a shortcake biscuit base topped with mallow and an iced pumpkin face, £2.
The menu is available in Costa Coffee stores nationwide from 2 September(Photo: Costa Coffee)


Fan favourite pumpkin spice latte, is back on the menu, however Starbucks also has a host of other drinks and snacks.

Pumpkin spice latte has returned to the menu.
  • As well as the pumpkin spice latte, which this year can be customised with Starbucks original nut blend. Prices start from £3.55 there’s also a frappuccino version, from £3.65.
  • Brie, butternut and chutney focaccia - creamy brie and maple roasted butternut squash with a pear and fig chutney, from £4.59.
Brie, butternut and chutney focaccia.
  • Pumpkin spice cookie, a vegan cookie topped with pumpkin seeds and cranberries, from £1.59.
  • New to Starbucks is the iced salted maple and caramel latte, available for a limited time only in the UK. The beverage infuses milk and blonde espresso with a salted maple sauce.
New addition to the Starbucks menu, is the iced salted maple caramel latte

Pret A Manger

Pret A Manger unveiled its autumn menu recently featuring tasty Mexican flavours, a vegan meatball pot and its new autumn soup rota.

  • Pumpkin spice latte, £2.85.
  • Chicken pot pie soup - on the autumn soup rota - the creamy soup is packed with vegetables and served with a puff pastry pie top, £3.85.
  • Meatless meatball protein pot - a new vegan breakfast protein pot combines breakfast mushrooms topped with chunky vegan meatballs. Finished with a portion of breakfast beans, £3.35.
  • Pret’s chicken & chilli burrito features layer of brown rice topped with mixed bean chilli and refried beans. Finished with British chicken breast coated with chipotle ketchup, red pepper and melting cheddar cheese. Wrapped up in a kibbled rye wrap, £4.65.
Pret A Manger has released its autumn menu

Caffe Nero has a warming chai latte with a blend of cinnamon, spices and black tea, it also has its caramelatte on the menu too - featuring steamed milk, espresso, topped with whipped cream and caramel sauce.

While McDonald’s has yet to reveal its full autumn menu - it does have a salted caramel latte, at £1.69, among its current offerings.

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