- If you like Brownies – they have Cosmic Brownies, Fudge Brownies and Little Brownies.
- They have more cake varieties than you can shake a stick at including – Swiss Rolls and Devil Squares plus 14 others.
- Don’t forget pies – lemon, cherry and chocolate to name a few.
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Your Sweet Tooth Needs Little Debbie Snacks!
Little Debbie snack cakes and other sweet treats are manufactured by McKee Foods Corporation in Collegedale, Tennessee, a few miles from Chattanooga. This small-town, family-run business produces tons and tons of snack cakes, which is why it is rated Number One when it comes to this type of product.
If you open my pantry any given day you will usually find a package (or two) of Little Debbie cakes as my husband is a big fan! He prefers chocolate, but he won’t turn down any of their products. When we made our last house move we were able to pick up a pile of Little Debbie packing boxes – which made our move a sweet one for sure!
Does Debbie Really Exist?
Yes, absolutely, Debbie is the granddaughter of the founder of the company. When you see her face on the packaging you will know who she is! She was only 4 years old when her face and name first became famous!
What Products Do They Make?
Does Little Debbie Help with Fund Raising?
Yes, they do. Schools, churches and other organizations use their products for fund raising. You can contact them via their website to fill out a form regarding this and they will contact you.
Is this a Southern Product Only?
No, absolutely not. These products can be found in all 50 states. That’s not all; if you are in Canada or Puerto Rico you can buy these snack products.
Are These Products Expensive?
No they are not expensive compared to other snack foods on the market but they are made with high quality ingredients.
This photo was taken at the local Piggly-Wiggly store. You can find displays like this one at your favorite grocery store!
Now that I have your taste buds in an uproar, if you want any more information you can check out their website and then head to your local grocery store or dollar store and you will find them! Happy Snacking!
Staff writer Abby G.