#Little Debbie ice cream


Little Debbie to launch snack cake-inspired ice cream flavors

(Gray News) - Move over chocolate chip cookie dough – we’re making room for Nutty Bar ice cream!. Little Debbie and Hudsonville Ice Cream are teaming up to put a cold and creamy twist on the classic snack-time treats. Seven new snack cake-inspired ice cream flavors will debut...

Little Debbie snack cakes-inspired ice cream flavors hitting store shelves Feb. 1

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — Hudsonville Ice Cream and Little Debbie are collaborating once again to put a cold and creamy twist on Little Debbie's classic snack cakes. In November, the two companies teamed up to create Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes Ice Cream. Now, they are partnering to create seven new snack cakes-inspired ice cream flavors:

Michigan's Hudsonville Ice Cream adds 7 Little Debbie snack flavors

HOLLAND, Mich. (FOX 2) - Love ice cream? How about Little Debbie snack cakes?. Hudsonville Ice Cream in Holland and Little Debbie teamed up to create seven ice cream flavors inspired by the treats. Holland-based Hudsonville collaborated with Little Debbie last year for Christmas Tree Cakes ice cream, a limited...

Little Debbie is turning its famous Christmas Tree Cakes into ice cream

Little Debbie's wildly popular Christmas Tree Cakes are branching out into the freezer aisle this holiday season. Starting November 1, the iconic dessert will be transformed into an ice cream flavor that's available exclusively at Walmart and we're already counting down the days. According to a Walmart spokesperson, Little Debbie...

Watch as We Try the New Little Debbie Ice Cream Everyone is Craving

The thing about living in Texas around the holiday season is that there's just enough warmth still hanging around to enjoy some ice cream. Whether it's Blue Bell or Ben & Jerry's or Häagen-Dazs or whatever your favorite is, just add a bowl or a cone and you're good to go. That's why it's a big deal when a company known for it's snack cakes makes an ice cream.
Detroit Free Press

Hudsonville Ice Cream debuts Little Debbie-inspired holiday flavor, brings back a classic

Hudsonville Ice Cream’s latest holiday flavor, Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes, is hitting shelves Monday. The newest holiday pint is based on a Little Debbie Christmas snack, which debuted in 1985, according to a news release. The frozen treat spinoff features a white cake ice cream base, pound cake pieces, green sprinkles and swirls of red frosting, according to a news release. It will be available only at Walmart while supplies last. Pints retail for $2.50.
Dairy Reporter

January: What’s new in the dairy aisles?

It's a bumper month for new launches in the dairy aisles in January, in part due to the influence of many plant-based launches for Veganuary. If you have any new products, or impending ones, to feature in our global round-up each month, please send the details, along with an image if possible, 20wvz.pbeanyy@jeoz.pbz" target="_blank">to us here.​​

Little Debbie…ice cream?

Another WTMJ Nights taste test! An avenue that not many in the radio medium venture to; the unknown flavors of the world. The tastes we test range on the wide variety of items including egg nog, ramen noodles, and Lady Gaga Oreos. Our venture in this chapter, is the Little...

Alabama man's mission for Little Debbie Christmas Tree Ice Cream

MOBILE, Ala. — Matt Farnell and his son, Baker, have a passion for Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cake Ice Cream. They recently learned Cammie's Old Dutch Ice Cream Shoppe in Mobile was running low on the seasonal treat. Matt and Baker decided they couldn't let this happen, so they...

Burnette Farms Market makes a Christmas ice-cream flavor in high demand

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - WBRC has the scoop on how you can get your hands on the delicious Little Debbie Christmas Tree ice cream and it’s not at the big box stores. Mike Burnette, owner of Burnette Farms Market, couldn’t find the specific Little Debbie ice cream flavor anywhere in central Alabama, so he decided to create his own Christmas cake masterpiece.

From smash burgers to gin flights, here were 11 of the biggest Des Moines restaurant and bar openings in 2021

In 2021, the Des Moines metro became home to a collection of restaurants and bars that diversified and enriched the dining scene. New must-try stops vary in more than just cuisine: some come from well-established names in the industry; others are new faces. Many used the character of the old buildings in which they reside to create a one-of-a-kind experience. And some are trying things Des Moines has never seen before this year.