It’s October. That means it’s spooky season and pretty formal sweater weather here, and we’re deep in pumpkin spice territory. But even though this isn’t Game of Thrones, winter is coming and with it come winter, holidays, and snacks. For Pop-Tarts fans, it’s time to get into the holiday spirit with the new limited edition Frosted Gingerbread Pop-Tarts.
Ahead of the holiday season, Pop-Tarts has released their all-new Frosted Gingerbread, a toasted toast filled with gingerbread. However, these Pop-Tarts aren’t just a flavor experience; They are also creative. Frosted Gingerbread Pop-Tarts are topped with icy white icing and decorated with nine holiday designs. According to the brand, they are ideal for building gingerbread houses, replacing dry cookies in the process. The limited edition flavor is hitting store shelves now.
Frosted Gingerbread Pop-Tarts is the newest limited time offer of Pop-Tarts. Also available are Haunted Frosted Chocolatey Fudge Pop-Tarts Bites which are currently available for the Halloween holiday. This flavor features orange ice and the bags glow in the dark. The brand also released two new permanent flavors this year as well, Snickerdoodle and Frosted Grape. In the case of Frosted Grape, it’s actually the triumphant return of the ’90s favorite — which returned this summer following a fan request.
“At Pop-Tarts, we know what our fans want. Frosted Grape has been among the best flavors that fans have been asking us to bring back,” said Heidi Ray, Director of Marketing for Portable Wholesome Snacks. “So, we couldn’t be more excited to finally bring back this Pop-Tarts GOAT – Grape-ist of All Time.”
As for the Snickerdoodle flavor, this flavor is a tribute to the popular bakery staple and will satisfy the sweet tooth of cake lovers. The biscuit and pastry mixture combines a Snickerdoodle flavored filling with a crunchy cinnamon sugar coating to create the familiar, melt-in-your-mouth moment.
Frozen Ginger Pies are now available in stores for a limited time. Will you try them? Do you think it is a good alternative to the traditional gingerbread house? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section!