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Keebler Unveils Limited-Edition Gingerbread Fudge Stripes Cookies

Keebler’s iconic Fudge Stripes are getting a seasonal makeover this holiday, as the crafty elves have invoked the familiar spice and flavor of gingerbread houses to create a new, limited-edition Gingerbread Fudge Stripes flavor.

These new Fudge Stripes fuse together vanilla fudge and freshly baked gingerbread cookie that’s made with that signature Keebler Elf magic, to make for one comforting bite.

You can get these new Keebler Gingerbread Fudge Stripes cookies at grocery and retail stores nationwide for a suggested retail price of $3.99 per 9.7 oz pack.


Keebler Has a Mini Personal Pie Maker and It’s Magic

Pie Maker

There’s nothing like a nice hot pie for breakfast. But how the heck can you pull that off on a weekday when you’re already late for work? Pie Maker. The folks elves at Keebler now have a convenient, “Uncommonly Good,” pie maker for you to make mini pies with relative ease. Just set your crust out the night before, keep your ingredients on standby, bake your pies real quick the next morning and start your day off like the Keebler elves do.

Non-Stick and easy to clean, the machine makes up to four pies at a time. What you fill your pies up with is left to your imagination: Bacon-stuffed pies, blueberry pies, Sour Patch Kids and Sriracha — the possibilities are endless. It’s every wo/man-child’s dream. Though a recipe book is included for the uninspired.

The Keebler Personal Pie Maker, $25.22 @Amazon

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Hybrid Cinnamon Roll Cookies — Possibly Eco-Friendly, Definitely Delicious


Now, when it comes to snacking (one of my personal favorite hobbies, after sleeping and coffee, the multi-tense verb), I’d prefer a bag of potato chips or pretzels any day to a bowl of ice cream or a couple cookies. That said, my sweet tooth is nothing to shake a stick at, and if I can find a dessert that knocks out two sugary requirements in one, more power to it.

Fortunately, the Keebler elves are friends to all, especially with their new Cinnamon Roll Cookies. Keebler describes the delicious duo as “A soft swirl cookie with Cinnabon cinnamon, drizzled with cream cheese flavored icing.”

Hold up, elves.

Are you saying that in addition to a cinnamon roll, and a cookie, your dessert is topped with brand-name goodness? I hope y’all plan on going out of business, because as far as I’m concerned, this is just as good as opening a tiny Cinnabon in my otherwise unremarkable kitchen.

Apparently these little dudes (the cookies, not the elves, don’t be weird) taste like heaven when warmed up in the microwave. A hybrid cookie that’s eco-friendly? Maybe. Delicious? Definitely.

H/T + PicThx Serious Eats