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Food: Keebler’s Fudge Stripes Cookies Now Come In A Limited-Edition Gingerbread Flavor

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Keebler is no stranger to seasonal flavors. We’ve had Maple Crème and Pumpkin Spice for fall, just to name a couple. Now the brand is getting into the Christmas spirit with a limited-edition Gingerbread variety. Cookies and milk, anyone?

Keebler is ready for the 2021 holiday season with the new Fudge Stripes Gingerbread cookies. The limited-edition bite tastes like freshly baked gingerbread and vanilla fudge. © Keebler Keebler is ready for the 2021 holiday season with the new Fudge Stripes Gingerbread cookies. The limited-edition bite tastes like freshly baked gingerbread and vanilla fudge. keebler fudge stripes gingerbread cookies © Keebler keebler fudge stripes gingerbread cookies

The new cookies combine the taste of freshly baked gingerbread with vanilla fudge. You can expect the same melt-in-your-mouth sensation that you get form other Fudge Stripes flavors. Of course, the cookies have the recognizable fudge on the bottom of the cookie, as well as drizzled on top. Those elves must have been working overtime to create this seasonal bite!

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You won’t have to go far to find the special-edition Keebler Gingerbread Fudge Stripes cookies, because they’re rolling out at grocery and retail stores nationwide right now. The 9.7-ounce pack has a suggested retail price of $3.99. It looks like you might not need to bake for Santa Claus this year …

“The smell and taste of gingerbread instantly evokes memories of the holiday season, and our new Keebler Gingerbread Fudge Stripes cookies expand the Keebler portfolio with a delicious flavor option for small gatherings, baking or simply enjoying on their own,” Kristin Flood, senior brand manager, seasonal cookies at Ferrara, said in a press release. “We’re excited to start the most wonderful time of the year with a limited-edition offering that joins our Keebler Fudge Stripes cookies family.”

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