You'll soon be able to find the newest flavor on grocery store shelves
Whether you love or hate birthdays, it can’t be denied that they frequently entail some extraordinary celebrations. Plus, let’s not forget that birthdays are often the day to indulge in some of the best sweet and savory desserts that help ring in any new age!
Chips Ahoy! seems to agree on both counts.
In honor of the brand’s 60th birthday, it’s launching a new birthday cookie flavor. The cookie brand is no stranger to introducing new flavors, with its golden chip flavor and three new flavors in 2020—Reese’s Pieces, Hershey’s and Sour Patch Kids. And let’s face it, any sweet tooth will perk up just reading those names.
Lovers of confetti cake will rejoice to find out that the brand’s newest cookie flavor will be Chewy Confetti Cake! A combination of two of our favorite desserts—cookies and confetti cake—in a single bite? Count us in.
Just imagine those chocolate chips swapped out for some sugary rainbow sprinkles. It sounds like a cookie that tastes like a party to us.
“With colorful rainbow sprinkles mixed in with irresistible confetti cake flavor, Chips Ahoy! Chewy Confetti Cake Flavored Cookies taste great on their own or can be paired with ice cream for one deliciously happy treat!” Natalie Gadbois, Senior Brand Manager of Chips Ahoy!, states in a press release.
When Can I Get Chips Ahoy’s Birthday Confetti Cake Cookies?
Those eager to get their hands on the latest sweet treat won’t have to wait long. The Confetti Cake Flavored Cookies will shortly hit grocery store shelves nationwide in January 2023. So if one of your New Year’s resolutions is to treat yourself to some enticing cookies, Chips Ahoy! has you covered.
The confetti cake cookie delight will also be available in family-size packages for $4.99. So why not whip up some homemade ice cream—or indulge in some of our favorite store-bought brands—and pair it with our new go-to cookie of 2023?
“We all know that Chips Ahoy! is here for the happy,” Gadbois says. “Now, for its 60th birthday, it’s here for the party!”
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Jessica Kaplan is the Assistant Editor of Trends, where she writes lifestyle articles for Readers Digest, Taste of Home, and Family Handyman. When she’s not writing, you can find her listening to a podcast.