Little Debbie Cloud Cakes are a delicious cream filled sponge cake that everyone will adore!
Proof: The Cloud Cake I was about to eat, suddenly vanished!
But I was lucky enough to still hit the box while there were some left, and oh did I sample.
So what did we think?
Besides the cutest name ever for a snack cake, the Cloud Cakes themselves are moist, they stick a bit to the plastic when you try to remove them. The sponge cake was tasty without being too sugary or sickening sweet. But what was the best, was the cream filling. It was delicious.
It wouldn’t be hard for me to part with $3.00 and change for a box of 10 of these treats. I’m making no claims that this is a ‘healthy’ snack, but in moderation considering it has just 150 calories and 4 grams of fat per Cloud Cake – I can justify an indulgence in one, every so often.
If you’re still looking for a treat to send to school for your kids’ Valentine’s Day Parties or want a special treat to give them on Valentine’s Day, Little Debbie has some seasonal snacks for that too.
Be My Valentine Iced Brownies will delight them, or for a more ‘grown up taste’ consider the Petites Strawberry Cakes. They also have some great party ideas for Valentine’s Day along with Valentine’s to color.
One reader will win a CASE of Little Debbie Cloud Cakes. That’s 16 boxes of Cloud Cakes!
To enter the giveaway – visit Little Debbie’s website and let me know what your favorite Little Debbie snack is (besides those mentioned in this post). You can enter daily – but must complete the mandatory entry once. After you have done that – each subsequent day you can simply comment with ‘daily entry’
Open to US Residents ages 18+, ends February 25, 2011 at 11:59 PM CST. Winner will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. E-mail must be in comment or submitted when entering. By entering this giveaway you are stating that you have read my **Privacy/Rules statements and agree to them.
“I wrote this post on behalf of Little Debbie and received media samples as an aid to help me review and spread the word about these products.”
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