Are you a fan of The Original Cakebites? Do you love the convenience of delicious mini cakes on the go? What about adding them to your holiday festivities?
If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then you are in luck this holiday season. That’s because The Original Cakebites is getting into the spirit of the holidays with a very familiar elf.
Thanks to The Elf on the Shelf, we have not one, but two festive flavors of Cakebites to enjoy this holiday season. And we were able to snag a box of the Christmas Cakebites from our local Big Lots to try at least one of these magical, sweet treats.
Cakebites and The Elf on the Shelf bring the holiday magic to snack time and dessert
Let’s talk about the Christmas Cakebites first! With these little bites we get Red, White, and Green Cakebites that are super festive with Christmas Sprinkles, a Vanilla Icing, Vanilla Cake, and a Vanilla Cream. It’s a sweet treat for Vanilla lovers out there.
But, as we mentioned, there is a second Elf on the Shelf inspired flavor and that is the Hot Cocoa Cakebites. For this delectable treat we get a chocolate and marshmallow creation that really does make us think of hot cocoa on Christmas morning. With this bite we are getting Snowball Sprinkles, a Chocolate Coating, Chocolate Cake, Chocolate Cream, and a Marshmallow flavored Cake in the center.
With both of these festive bites, there are three mini cakes in tray and the wrapping leaves a spot for you to write a message on behalf of your Scout Elf! There are four packs in each box and these are perfect for gifting, fun with your Elf on the Shelf, or even just a Christmas inspired dessert board. (The box even features pictures of Scout Elves with these mini cakes to give you ideas of how your Elf on the Shelf can get in on the sweet treat action.)
We are pretty big fans of The Original Cakebites thanks to their Italian Rainbow Cookies and even the Sweet Lemon Layers bites. Both flavors deliver perfection every time, so it should come as no surprise that we are thrilled by these holiday offerings as well.
But we want to know what you think. Will you snag either of these flavors? Will you use them with your Elf on the Shelf? We want to know!