Get ready to celebrate the holidays this year with a chilly spin on an iconic snack. The just-introduced Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes ice cream is a whole new way to enjoy the iconic cake snacks, featuring pound cake pieces and red frosting inspired by the Christmas-y treat. Of course, the flavor will arrive just in time for all your seasonal gatherings and movie nights. Here’s where to buy Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes ice cream for a festive celebration.
If you’re a fan of Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes — which have been around since 1985 — you’re in for an extra special treat with the brand’s frozen twist for the 2021 season. Produced in collaboration with Hudsonville Ice Cream, the chilly treat has a creamy texture and features white cake ice cream and bits of pound cake, green sprinkles, and a swirl of red frosting.
According to a representative from Hudsonville, Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes ice cream will “taste just like the flavor fans know and love” and features “similar ingredients” to the OG snack version. To make things even more festive, the flavor comes in a red carton with images of the classic snack cake on it.
Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes ice cream rolled out exclusively to Walmart stores on Nov. 1, and, per a spokesperson for Hudsonville Ice Cream, you’ll want to pick it up ASAP, since there’s no guarantee there will be more once stores run out. It’ll cost you $2.50 for a pint, and you can order it online for in-store pick-up.
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With all the excitement around the childhood treat turned into your new favorite ice cream, you’ll want to “add to cart” and get the holidays started.
Before heading to Walmart to get your hands on a pint of Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes ice cream to kick off the holidays, remember to check the CDC guidelines for the most updated health rules.
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