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Winter Wonderland Celebration

November 14th, 2019

Get ready for a cool blast of wintery fun with a Little Debbie® Winter Wonderland Celebration! Each sweet treat is easy to make and even more fun to eat. Check them out below, and share them with us on Little Debbie Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using #LDRecipeCreations!

Little Debbie Snowflake Brownies with colorful icing used in the snowflake imprint.

BRRRROWNIES

It’s SNOW much fun to make Brrrrownies! Little Debbie Snowflake Brownies are now a glistening treat that will shine at your Winter Wonderland Celebration. Colorful and picture-worthy, these fudgy brownies are the perfect complement to any festive party. Make them with your friends for even more fun!  

For this simple party pleaser, simply use a confectioner's sugar glaze! For every cup of powdered sugar, add 1 tablespoon of water. Use your food coloring of choice, and let the wintry celebration begin! Piping is easy! Just use the snowflake imprint as your guide. Allow icing to harden for 1 hour before enjoying. 

Frosted Hot Chocolate created with Little Debbie Snowflake brownies, ice cream and milk. Topped with whipped cream!

FROSTED HOT CHOCOLATE

Cozy up by the fire with our Frosted Hot Chocolate creation! Hot chocolate is chilled and blended with our fudgy Snowflake Brownies making this one of the prettiest treats to celebrate with! Top with a Brrrrownie and enjoy with a friend or two! Makes 2 servings.

INGREDIENTS
2 Cartons Little Debbie Snowflake Brownies
6 Scoops Vanilla Ice Cream
1/3 Cup Cold Milk
Whipped Cream
Food Coloring of Choice
Decorative Toppings of Choice

DIRECTIONS
In a bowl, crumble 8 brownies into smaller pieces. Set aside. Scoop ice cream into a blender. Add milk, brownie pieces, and food coloring. Cover and blend until smooth. Pour into chilled glasses. Top with whipped cream, colorful sprinkles and a Snowflake Brownie. Enjoy!

Snowman created using stacked powdered donuts, orange candy for a nose, candy eyeballs, pretzels for arms, mini chocolate chips for buttons, and mini marshmallows for hands.

MAKE YOUR OWN SNOWMAN

Ready to create a new friend? Little Debbie Powdered Mini Donuts are stacked and decorated to look just like a snowman friend. Name him, play with him and snap a few pictures of this one-of-a-kind BFF. But hurry, before he melts away!

By using a cupcake baking tray with liners for all your snowman decorations, cleanup is a breeze. Mix and match to make your perfect snow buddy: mini chocolate chips, candy eyes, mini marshmallows, pretzels, orange candy for noses, and candied fruit strips for scarves! Don't forget to add some expression with a little black icing for the mouth and eyebrows!

Back to School Treats

July 30th, 2019

It is back to school time! So, bring out all the pencils, markers, notebooks and snacks! Today on the Little Debbie blog, we are so excited to bring a few of our favorite school-themed snack creations. These adorable treats will get your kids extra happy about going back to school, and they will have fun making them!

Between the Fancy Cakes® Notebook Paper, Banana Twins Rulers, Powdered Mini Donut Apples and Fudge Brownies Chalkboards, your child will have a blast snacking at lunch or after-school. Each snack shown is really easy to make and can be a fun activity for you and your child to do together.

You need just a few supplies to get started:

1 Carton Little Debbie Fancy Cakes
1 Carton Little Debbie Fudge Brownies
1 Carton Little Debbie Banana Twinss
1 Bag Little Debbie Powdered Mini Donuts
1 Package Red Cookie Icing
1 Package Blue Cookie Icing
1 Package Black Cookie Icing
1 Package White Cookie Icing
1 Bag Pretzel Sticks
1 Small Pack White Mints
1 Small Pack Green Leaf Decorations
1 Handful of Toothpicks


FUDGE BROWNIES CHALKBOARDS

Chalkboards are a staple in any classroom and these Fudge Brownies Chalkboards are the perfect addition to studying. Unwrap three to four Fudge Brownies and get ready to write! You don’t have to have perfect handwriting, just be creative with your letters, numbers and ideas! Write a few school-related items like a math problem or spelling word with the white cookie icing, then add the pretzels at the bottom! Make sure to top it off with a small white mint for the chalk.

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POWDERED MINI DONUTS APPLES

No school year is complete without an apple for the teacher! Make these fun, poppable treats for your child or your child’s teacher to show your appreciation for them. Using a few Mini Powdered Donuts, add the red cookie icing across the top, spreading a generous amount to cover. Be careful, though, it might get a little messy! Then break a pretzel stick in half, add it to the top of the donut and don’t forget your leaf! Place them in the freezer until the cookie icing is hardened or enjoy immediately!

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BANANA TWINS RULERS

Let’s rule out any downtime with our Banana Twins Rulers! These are super simple to make and oh so delicious to eat! Use the black cookie icing and a toothpick to create small lines as shown in the picture. Don’t worry, making it to scale is not required for this fun treat. Just be creative and draw as many or as few lines as you like. Plus, you can get even more creative and add in numbers too!

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FANCY CAKES NOTEBOOKS

Undoubtedly some of the cutest snacks we have made, these treats are an “A”-plus addition to your after-school routine! Unwrap four to five Fancy Cakes and create two straight lines with the blue cookie icing to create lined paper. Then take the red cookie icing and draw one straight line for the ruled side of the paper. Using the black cookie icing, make three dots on the side of the cake as shown in the photo. Easy peasy! Be sure to place them in the fridge so the cookie icing does not melt before all your other yummy treats are created.

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Share with us how you are celebrating going back to school by following us on Facebook (@littledebbie) or Instagram (@thereallittledebbie) using #LittleDebbieBlog. 

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