Keebler Fudge Stripes Pumpkin Spice Cookies Are Back!

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holding a package of Keebler fudge stripe cookies

Is it officially Pumpkin Spice Season yet?

According to the Keebler Company, the answer is yes! They’re rolling out their fall flavor and we’re very excited to announce that this year, that flavor is Pumpkin Spice. 🎃

Get ready to break out your scarves and flannel & hurry out to grab the new flavor because it’ll certainly go fast!

Keebler cookies

This isn’t the first time the Keebler Company has featured pumpkin spice as their fall Fudge Stripes Cookie flavor, but you may not remember them because they have been discontinued for several years. First released in 2015, they had a great three-year run before vanishing in 2018. Now that they’re back in 2021, we can’t wait to get our hands on a package!

The Fudge Stripes Pumpkin Spice Cookie starts with a spiced cookie base which we can only assume will feature all the deliciously warm cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, and allspice flavors typically present in pumpkin spice goodies. Add on a drizzle of the vanilla fudge topping & we’re feeling like it’s autumn already. 😍

Keebler fudge stripe cookies on shelf

If you’re excited to try these new flavors, we have wonderful news! Rumor has it the new Fudge Stripes Pumpkin Spice cookies are already available in some stores for $3.99. We don’t have the scoop on exact locations yet, so it’s best to keep a lookout at your favorite grocery stores.

And as with most seasonal flavors, these will surely sell out quickly, so be sure to snag a box while you can!


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Comments 3

  1. Iris

    When will companies learn when season’s actually occur. I guess maybe the south doesn’t care when Fall happens (not sure they have it), but that’s when pumpkins actually appear for most.

    • Peaches

      From Alabama and yes, we have all four seasons although Fall can be kinda hard to recognize until you look at the trees. I agree about the timing on our holidays though. Halloween is still months away so why push the junk food in August? Oh, yeah… so we can buy and eat more of it and get fatter! ๐Ÿ˜

    • Diane Barker

      I currently live in the south, originally from Boston. Our family jokes when the locals say it is cold outside we say “there are two seasons here, hot as hell and cool but not cold”!

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