Now this is pretty sweet!
McKee Foods, owner of the Little Debbie brand, has refreshed its packaging and revealed two new additions to its Valentine’s Day treat lineup.
Little Debbie’s new Valentine’s Day packaging was designed to “showcase a modern and heartwarming aesthetic” with light teal backgrounds and pink paper cutout hearts.
The new product additions for 2024 include Little Debbie Vanilla Mini Donuts and Big Pack Valentine Cakes — Vanilla.
“These additions underscore our commitment to providing a diverse range of treats that cater to the varied preferences of our customers. Whether you’re a fan of bite-sized indulgences or classic vanilla goodness, each new item ensures there’s something for everyone to enjoy this Valentine’s season.” — Erica Cunningham, Little Debbie Product Manager II at McKee Foods
Here’s how McKee Foods describes its new product offerings:
Little Debbie Vanilla Mini Donuts
“For those who savor a smaller indulgence, our freshly unveiled bite-sized Vanilla Mini Donuts are a delightful addition to the Valentine’s Day lineup. Coated in light pink frosting and adorned with a playful white icing pattern, these miniature treats offer a symphony of vanilla flavor in every bite. Whether shared or savored solo, they present the perfect way to extend a little love to someone special.”
Little Debbie Big Pack Valentine Cakes — Vanilla
“Our Big Pack Valentine Cakes — Vanilla brings a classic and comforting taste to the Valentine’s Day festivities. Individually wrapped and topped with light pink frosting and a playful white icing stripe pattern, these heart-shaped cakes are poised to become a seasonal favorite. Packaged with care, each carton contains six big snack cakes, providing the ideal format for sharing with all your loved ones and making this Valentine’s season extra sweet.”
You can pick up a pack (or more) of your favorite Little Debbie treats at your local grocery or convenience store.
As always, the products hit shelves in mid-December so that stores had something to fill the shelves with after all the holiday goodies (shout out to the Christmas Tree Cakes and Brownies!) were scooped up by the masses.