Keebler’s New Fudge Stripes Cookies Taste Like a Chocolate-Covered Strawberry

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Photo credit: Keebler
Photo credit: Keebler

When you think of Valentine’s Day desserts, there are a few things that probably come to mind. There’s decadent chocolate cake, creamy cheesecake, and the classic chocolate-covered strawberries. For those who love that last one (who doesn’t?), you’ll have your taste buds set on Keebler’s Fudge Stripes cookies that come in a limited-edition Chocolate Fudge Covered Strawberry flavor.

This special batch of cookies starts with a freshly baked, strawberry-flavored cookie. It’s then covered in Keebler fudge to solidify that chocolate-covered strawberry flavor. There’s a reason that fruit and chocolate go so well together, so we don’t see how these new cookies could be anything shy of fan-freaking-tastic.

Take a peek in the snack aisle the next time you go on a grocery store run, because the 9.7-ounce container is available now for $2.99, a PR rep confirmed to Best Products. It’s no coincidence that these Fudge Stripes cookies were released just before Valentine’s Day. Since they’re a limited-edition offering, you’ll be able to scoop them up for Feb. 14. Whether you pack them with your lunch or decide to make them the grand finale of your romantic or non-romantic meal, you’ll have a festive bite.

Keebler isn’t the only brand taking full advantage of the chocolate-and-strawberry combination. Hershey’s Kit Kat recently unveiled the latest addition to its Duos line: Strawberry + Dark Chocolate. Let the Valentine’s Day snacking begin!

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