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Little Debbie Just Released New Ice Cream Flavors and One Tastes Like Pumpkin Pie

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Who says brownies and apple pie must be baked in the oven? 

Omitting the oven completely, Little Debbie has created frozen treats that taste exactly like hot desserts you typically bake in the oven. 

Thanks to Hudsonville Ice Cream and Little Debbie, you can now count on three new flavors to indulge in this fall.

Inspired by Little Debbie’s packaged snacks, each ice cream flavor tastes like an after dinner indulgence on the weekend.

Courtesy of Little Debbie and Hudsonville Ice Cream

Starting with grandma’s nostalgic baked apple pie recipe, Little Debbie’s newest ice cream flavor tastes similar to the pies you used to eat as a kid.

What’s dubbed Little Debbie’s Apple Fruit Pies, this pint of ice cream stuffs cinnamon vanilla ice cream that’s swirled with an apple pie filling and infused with pie crumbs.

Courtesy of Hudsonville Ice Cream

If you’ve ever piled vanilla ice cream on top of a chocolate chip cookie to make a homemade ice cream sandwich, you should know that this next ice cream flavor tastes exactly like that midnight craving.

Welcoming the pint of Chocolate Chip Creme Pies ice cream to the frozen section, this cookie flavor combines vanilla ice cream and chocolate chip cookie pieces.

Courtesy of Hudsonville Ice Cream

And saving the best for last, Little Debbie’s Turtle Brownies have been turned into a pint of ice cream that’s filled with brownie batter ice cream and brownie dough, crushed peanuts, and a caramel swirl.

Courtesy of Hudsonville Ice Cream

Of course there’s also the returning flavor of Little Debbie’s Pumpkin Delights ice cream pint because what’s fall without pumpkin?

So if you’re wondering when you can eat Little Debbie’s ice cream for dessert, you’ll be able find the three new flavors in the frozen aisle only at Walmart beginning next month on September 2!

Courtesy of Walmart

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