Little Debbie Cloud Cakes Review

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Little Debbie has a new snack for you. One that you will not be able to resist. A snack that your kids will beg you for. A snack that melts in your mouth. A snack that is only 150 calories of pure delight. A snack that makes an excellent strawberry shortcake even. Little Debbie just released a brand new snack, Little Debbie Cloud Cakes.

Little Debbie Cloud Cake Review

We were able to be one of the first to taste Little Debbie’s new Cloud Cakes. Cloud Cakes are creme-filled golden sponge cakes unlike any other I’ve tasted.  They got the name right because the cakes are light as a cloud, not thick like other golden cakes can be. The cakes taste so fresh too! Each golden sponge cake is filled with the perfect amount of creamy deliciousness that is both light and airy, while sweet. If you are looking for a sweet treat, Cloud Cakes will definitely satisfy any sweet tooth!

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Little Debbie Cloud Cakes

I like that Cloud Cakes are only 150 calories each, a great calorie count for a dessert. You can enjoy the dessert without all the regrets afterward. Yes, with Cloud Cakes you can have your cake and eat it too. Sorry! I couldn’t resist!

My family devoured a whole box in just a couple days. It’s for the review, so that’s ok! It’s a great after school snack, dessert, or special treat when out and about. So, we are sort of hooked on Cloud Cakes, it’s a good thing each box is just $3.09. Each box contains 10 individually wrapped cakes. Look inside the box for 2 $.55 off Cloud Cake Coupons too!

World’s Easiest Strawberry Shortcake Recipe

I took a couple boxes to a small party over the weekend and we made Strawberry Shortcake made out of Cloud Cakes. This is the world’s easiest version of a Strawberry Shortcake Recipe. Unwrap, cover with sweetened strawberries! That’s easy! It has all the flavors of a traditional strawberry shortcake. Just try it, I guarantee that you will like it. It was a big hit at the party for both kids and adults.

 

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World's Easiest Strawberry Shortcake Recipe

Buy Little Debbie Cloud Cakes

You can buy Little Debbie Cloud Cakes nationwide for just $3.09 a box at mass merchandisers, supermarkets, dollar stores, variety stores, and convenience stores. Click here to find a store near you. I’ve seen them all over Akron, Ohio area, even on end cap displays so they shouldn’t be hard to find. Each box contains 2 $.55 off Cloud Cake Coupons too!

Win a Case of Little Debbie Cloud Cakes (Closed)

Updated: 4/2/11 Winner Announced: Ericka T

Little Debbie is giving 1 very lucky AkronOhioMoms.com winner a whole case – 12 boxes of Little Debbie Cloud Cakes! That’s 120 cakes! ($37 value)

For complete contest rules, please see our Contest Statement and Blog Disclosure.

Contest ends at 11:59pm EST on March 28, 2011 when a winner will be drawn at random and announced the next day. When commenting, please include your email address (not visible to public). I will notify the winners and they will have 36 hours to respond!

This was not a paid post. My own opinions were used based on my perceptions and experience. Thank you to Little Debbie who provided the product for review & giveaway.

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600 thoughts on “Little Debbie Cloud Cakes Review

  1. Lynn says:

    I would give some to my church for the hungry children at snack time and keep some for my children and husband.

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  5. gina says:

    What you would do with 120 Cloud Cakes if you won: Unfortunately, I am pretty sure I would be eating most of them…I would definitely share some with my parents & of course my husband, but I have a terrible sweet tooth.

  6. meme says:

    My 7 year old is in cubscouts and I would like to share this with them and my 4 year olds pre k class

  7. Pamela S says:

    I can EASILY use these cloud cakes!!! I have a son who plays HS football and we’re having a year end party soon. Those big bruisers could devour these….which is why I’d keep a few boxes out for myself!! LOL

    Thanks.

  8. brian e. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway…we would like to try Little Debbie’s Gingerbread Cookies.

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  9. tina page says:

    if i won 120 cloud cakes i am sure i would take them to one of the kids’ school parties! thats a lot of cloud cakes!

  10. Nancy says:

    Here’s what I’d do with 120 Little Debbie Cloud Cakes!

    Our large subdivision has monthly community potluck dinners. I’d love to share these luscious cakes topped with strawberries at a potluck or two. Various clubs and organizations also have monthly dinners where these would be a hit topped with ice cream! I would also share some with friends and neighbors. We also have a monthly donation to the local food bank and these would be a great addition to the food drive. So, if I won, these 120 Little Debbie Cloud Cakes would be enjoyed by many people in many ways.

  11. Mistysunrise says:

    If I win, everyone in the family will be getting cloud cakes in their Easter Basket! lol

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  12. Mary Gardner says:

    I would share with my children, grandchildren, and a few neighbors too!

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  13. barbara wright says:

    What would I do with 120 Cloud Cakes? I could lie and say I’d bring them to one of my daughter’s rehearsals to give the kids a snack, but all that does is encourage them to eat and not focus on their performances. Hopefully, I wouldn’t eat them all myself, because they look like Twinkies and I LOVE Twinkies! My son is in college, so I’m hoping I would give half of them to him and we’d use the rest of them for on-the-road lunch desserts.

  14. Julie says:

    I have never tried the Cloud Cakes so I would like to try them and make the world’s easiest strawberry shortcake. What a brilliant idea!

  15. Tammy Kennedy says:

    12 boxes of Cloud Cakes seems like a lot but when you have kids and grandkids they will go fast
    My daughter is leaving in May to move 1500 miles away to go to college so she would get about 6 boxes
    She pays for all her expenses herself she works full time and goes to college full time
    My oldest daughter who lives 1200 miles away will be coming to help her move so she would get 3 boxes for my 2 grandsons, My oldest son lives 900 miles away so I would give him 3 boxes for my 2 year old grandson and since my daughter in law is expecting in October and has been so sick maybe she could manage to eat a couple
    that leaves 6 boxes for my son and myself, I have a cheap stingy hubby who will not give me money he buys the grocery’s and he barely buys anything so this would be a treat for me and my son and hopefully if it all works out we will be moving out soon and on our own, so money will even be tighter since I have medical issues that prevent me from working

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  20. Tammy Kennedy says:

    We buy Little Debbie products
    My kids love so many of their items
    I would like to try their Banana Pudding Rolls, Snack Pie – Blackberry, Caramel Cookie Bars

    Thank you so very much for giving me a chance to be a winner
    Thank you for all your time, effort and hard work

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  21. Tonya Dean says:

    I love their fudge brownies. I’ve never even heard of some of their seasonal items. Looks good!

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  22. Debbie C says:

    I learned that Little Debbie makes a Double Chocolate Muffin. I would like to try that product.

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  23. Theron N.Willis says:

    I’d like to try Little Debbie’s Devil Squares. That served with a glass of cold milk. The Devil theme makes me want to landscape with brimstone.

    Hope to win!

  24. renee says:

    At Little Debbie we’re on a mission to make a million people smile. So join our Million Smile Mission tour as we travel across America or add your photo to our Million Smile Mosaic.

    That’s fantastic that a company that’s been around for decades still loves it’s customers. I don’t think there is a Little Debbie product that my kids wouldn’t love to eat. And they are always coming up with a new look! Little Debbie is America!

  25. Theron N.Willis says:

    I’d like to try Little Debbie’s Devil Squares. That served with a glass of cold milk. The Devil theme makes me want to grow horns and landscape with brimstone.

  26. McKim says:

    My daughter is doing her student teaching with a fourth grade class in a poor community. If I won, I would send the Cloud Cakes to her to share with her class. It would make 24 kids very happy!

  27. Jennifer Marie says:

    Oatmeal cream pies are still a favorite of mine from childhood-need to get some more of those!!

  28. Jennifer T. says:

    I think I’d have to share Cloud Cakes with friends and family and donate some to my daughter’s MDO program. That’s a lot of cakes.
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  29. Jennifer T. says:

    I’m a facebook fan of Little Debbie under username Jennie Tilson.
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  30. Jennifer T. says:

    I’m a facebook fan of Akron Ohio Moms.com under username Jennie Tilson.
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  31. Denise S says:

    I visited Little Debbie and learned they are having a sweepstakes that I entered.
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  32. Laura Pelkey says:

    I love the Oatmeal Creme Cookies but on the site I saw the Raisin Creme Pies which I’ve never tried but they look good.

  33. Karen says:

    I love Little Debbie …esp the Nutty Bars and the PB Crunch Bars. I would love to try the Banana Pudding Rolls. Dont think I have seen them around here.

  34. Marlie Westevelt says:

    OH… I just love pastries.And these are some of the best. They remind of a fine light puffy dessert from a French bakery.

  35. George Mezori says:

    Oh boy. These beat those “golden cakes” the other guys make. I could eat a whole case… and only get a little bit fatter since they are only 150 calories.

  36. connie black says:

    With a houseful of eight, even through it is a case, it wouldn’t last long! lol What we would do with them is top them with different fruits and whipping cream! YUMMY

  37. Tracie says:

    If i won i would use them for birthday parties and school snacks:) Sure you could find other easy ‘cakes” out of them.

  38. Tiffany Schmidt says:

    Little Debbie makes Banana Pudding Rolls, interesting concept… I wonder about teh execution?!!

  39. EMMA L HORTON says:

    The McKee story began during the height of the Great Depression when young entrepreneur O.D. McKee began selling 5 cent snack cakes from the back of his car. He was just out of college and newly married, and he was eager to get into the baking business. Soon after, he and his wife, Ruth, bought a small, failing bakery, using the family car as collateral. Money was so tight they had to put up a sheet near the back of the bakery for the family’s living quarters

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  41. Khristi says:

    I really liked the recipes they offered. I also want to try the Star Crunch cookies.Devil Squares andcloud cakes!

  42. Theron N.Willis says:

    What would I do with 120 Cloud Cakes. I’d divide them among my two daughters and my neighbors.

    Hope to win!

  43. Theron N.Willis says:

    I would like to try Little Debbie’s Devil Squares. I just might invoke the Devi in me. That and a glass of cold milk.

  44. DeeAnn S says:

    I learned that the Little Debbie site has some fantastic recipes. I especially like the one for Swiss Roll Kebabs. Thanks.

  45. Margaret Smith says:

    If I won, I would share the cloud cakes with my kids and husband, my family and friends.
    These look so delicious. With strawberries ontop, these would be like a dream!
    Thanks so much.
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  46. Margaret Smith says:

    I’m a GFC follower (rickpeggysmithj)
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  47. Margaret Smith says:

    I’m a GFC follower (rickpeggysmithj)
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  48. Margaret Smith says:

    I’m a FB friend of Little Debbie (Margaret E. Smith)
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  49. Margaret Smith says:

    I’d also like to try the Swiss Rolls.
    Thanks so much for this great giveaway.
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  50. Ann F says:

    If I won these I would put them in my daughter’s and husband’s lunches.

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