The Little Debbie Oatmeal Creme Pie Club Pack gives you a sweet treat that has been a fan favorite since 1960. Made of two soft, chewy oatmeal sandwich cookies baked with whole grain oats and molasses, then layered with sweet cream, it's little wonder that these Oatmeal Creme Pies are widely popular and perfect with milk or coffee. Labeled for resale, these individually wrapped twin packs are perfect for concessions, vending and convenience stores.
What Can You Make with Them?
The Little Debbie Oatmeal Creme Pie Club Pack might be great for stocking the pantry with grab-and-go snacks, but there's much more possibility in these little sandwich cookies. Serve them underneath or crumbled on top of your favorite ice cream, blended into milkshakes, dipped in hot chocolate (and melted chocolate) or just eaten from the freezer. There are a variety of ways to enjoy one of America's favorite snacks.
Are There Benefits To the Oatmeal Cookies?
There are benefits to the whole grain oats and molasses in these sandwich cookies. Oats may provide you with special digestive benefits, partially in connection with their ability to increase the viscosity of the contents of your digestive tract and just two tablespoons of molasses can provide you with vitamin B6, calcium, potassium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese and selenium.
About Little Debbie Snacks
The Little Debbie story began during the Great Depression when entrepreneur O.D. McKee began selling five-cent snack cakes from the back of his car. He was just out of college, newly married and eager to get into the baking business. He and his wife, Ruth, bought a small, failing bakery and used the family car as collateral. Money was so scarce that they put up a sheet near the back of the bakery for their living quarters. Despite years of adversity, O.D. and Ruth's determination finally began paying off when, in 1960, they began selling the first family pack of Oatmeal Creme Pies, naming them after their granddaughter, Debbie.
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