Little Debbie Introduces Christmas Tree Cakes Ice Cream Flavor

Thursday, October 14, 2021
- photo by Little Debbie

Little Debbie is introducing a new ice cream flavor based on its popular Christmas Tree Cakes.

The new flavor will be available on Nov. 1, and will be a limited edition, available while supplies last. It will be sold for $2.50 a pint exclusively at Walmart.

The ice cream will be a vanilla flavor with chunks of the popular cakes and will include red icing and green sugar sprinkles.

 


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