The popular snack will be made available in ice cream form beginning on Nov. 1 at Walmart while supplies last.
In just a few days, July will be here and I have been on a mission to find out if Little Debbie will grace us with Christmas In July Christmas Tree Cakes in 2021. Everyone who knows me knows that the Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes are my favorite snack. Back in 2019, Little Debbie surprised us with Christmas Tree Cakes in July. To be able to enjoy them in was July truly a Christmas miracle. I mean waiting a whole year to get your hands on Christmas Tree Cakes is way too long.
Let’s rank the Little Debbie Christmas Seasonal snacks. You see the displays in your local grocery store every year. Those beautiful red boxes. Cheap holiday treats you only get once a year. And after sampling each of these (some more than others), I better wait another calendar year to eat...
Nothing says "Merry Christmas" quite like Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes. It's been a staple of the holiday season for years. Each year, millions anticipate the release of these delectable treats. Unfortunately, 2020 has decided to stick it to us once again by delaying the release of Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes.
This holiday season a popular Little Debbie treat will be offered as an ice cream for the first time. Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes, a beloved holiday dessert, can be found in the frozen aisle starting Nov. 1. The vanilla cake flavored treat will go for $2.50/pint exclusively at Walmart...
2020 still has a little bit left in the tank. At least this latest setback isn't capable of literally ruining our lives, nor is it highly contagious. But dammit, when does it stop?. As if 2020 isn't frustrating enough, I'm here to deliver more bad news but please don't shoot...
Tampa Bay Times
It started with a challenge — a dare, really. Jay Cridlin, our pop music/culture critic, slid a Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cake across the table at our weekly staff meeting, the little white tree iced and sprinkled and sealed in its plastic wrapper.
December 25 is still 181 days away (not that I'm counting or anything), but thankfully, we don't have to wait another six months to indulge in one of our seasonal favs: Little Debbie's Christmas Tree Cakes. They're hitting Walmart shelves this July.
(WXYZ) — Walmart is bringing a holiday treat back to its stores -- but only for July. Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes are set to return for the month, as the company celebrates "Christmas in July." The Christmas tree-shaped cakes, now featuring a new design with Santa on the beach, are typically only available during the holiday season.
Yakima Herald Republic
YAKIMA, Wash. -- I love newspaper food pages, what with their Bolognese sauce recipes and reviews of locavore bistros. They tell us how to eat well, and that’s something of real value. Putting thought into what we put in our bodies is never a bad thing.
After a slight delay in their arrival this holiday season, Little Debbie Christmas Cakes became something of a social media sensation. That’s when Jamie Williams, the “director of mixology” at Ed’s Seafood Shed on Mobile Bay, decided that the tree-shaped, white-frosted miniature yellow cake would make a perfect topper for a Christmas-themed bushwacker.
Like many, I was disappointed to find out that the release of Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes had been delayed in 2020, but we don't have to wait any longer to get our hands on some. Nothing says "Merry Christmas" quite like Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes. It's been a...
Did you know that the Debbie in Little Debbie Snacks is a real person? In 1960, the founder of McKee Foods, O.D. McKee, was working on a name for their new family-pack cartons of snack cakes and was inspired by a photo of his 4-year-old granddaughter in play clothes and her favorite straw hat. That image and name, Little Debbie, was the perfect fit.
This isn't something that you see every day, but I wish I had been there in person to see it. There's a video that has gone viral on Facebook of a woman dressed as Little Debbie and a guy dressed as a Christmas Tree Cake busting a move at an Alabama Walmart on Thanksgiving. While everyone is waiting in a crowded line to check out, these two provided the most epic entertainment. Check it out:
Ghiradelli dark chocolate peppermint bark. Christmas-themed red and green M&M’s. Chocolate-covered pretzels. A cloud of whipped cream. And a Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cake. Wow, the only thing the Winter Wonderland milkshake at the Alabaster sweet shop K&J’s Elegant Pastries is missing is the pillow you’re going to need to...