Keebler Is Releasing a Kid-Friendly Make-A-Wreath Cookie Kit for Holiday Fun

Noble Horvath

From House Beautiful When you combine a holiday snack with an activity, you’re bound to get something that the entire family will want to get involved in. Ferrara Candy Co.’s Keebler will be launching a Make-A-Wreath Cookie Kit that will let you build a creation and eat it, too. As […]

From House Beautiful

When you combine a holiday snack with an activity, you’re bound to get something that the entire family will want to get involved in. Ferrara Candy Co.’s Keebler will be launching a Make-A-Wreath Cookie Kit that will let you build a creation and eat it, too.

As announced on Food Business News, the new Christmas-inspired treat allows adults and kids alike embrace the joy of the season. One box comes with four wreath-shaped shortbread cookies that you can decorate with green frosting, Nerds, Chewy Lemonhead, and Spree candies that come with the kit. Then, after you snap a few pictures to brag about your impeccable work, you can pour a glass of milk and snack away while watching your favorite holiday movie!

Ferrara hasn’t specified when the snack-activity combo will be coming to stores, or which stores for that matter, but we can only assume that it’ll be within the next month or two. It can’t be much longer than that, since the countdown to Christmas is already on!

The year isn’t over yet, but Ferrara has been killing it with snacks recently. This is the company you can thank for the Keebler Fudge Stripes Cinnamon Fudge Swirl, Nerds Gummy Clusters, Brach’s Turkey Dinner Candy Corn, and Mother’s Sparkling Mythical Creature Cookies. And once we’re close to a stomachache eating all of those, we’ll be getting into holiday mode with the Make-A-Wreath Cookie Kit!

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