Goldfish is introducing new Elf Maple Syrup Grahams

Crayola Goldfish, photo courtesy Goldfish
Crayola Goldfish, photo courtesy Goldfish /

Goldfish Crackers are easily one of the most recognizable, iconic snacks ever created. The small cheddar flavored crackers come in a multitude of flavors and can be eaten with nothing but your fingers, which is perfect for any snack.

Elf, released in 2003 and starring the one and only Will Ferrell, has in just a couple of decades become a Christmas movie staple in many households. After Halloween you can rarely find a time on cable when the movie isn’t on and most folks can’t help but watch.

So what do you get when you take a snack that everyone and their brother loves and combine it with a Christmas movie that is universally adored by anyone with even a hint of a heart? Why, you get the brand new Goldfish Elf Maple Syrup Grahams.

Goldfish Elf Maple Syrup Grahams will only be available for a limited time.

Now, as everyone should know, according to elves there are four major food groups: candy, candy canes, candy corns and syrup. So Goldfish decided to ditch their regular cheese flavoring for this new twist on a classic and replace it with syrup.

The result are a sweet graham cracker that includes notes of brown sugar, caramel, vanilla and butter. In other words, everything you adore about maple syrup.

Additionally, you will find shapes beyond just the usual goldfish with a smile. For this limited edition Goldfish has added crackers shaped like Buddy’s hat and even his maple syrup jug.

In other words, this is the perfect snack for getting into the Christmas spirit. Maybe not as much Christmas spirit as Buddy, but it should do a pretty good job regardless. They are arriving on grocery store shelves as you read this so grab some while you can before they’re gone.

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