Pat's StoryThis is a great recipe using "Little Debbie Strawberry Rolls".
So delicious and ready in minutes.
So easy even the kids can help make it!
Little Debbie rolls are
Nice to have on hand- keep them in the freezer for quick desserts like this one.
Recipe and photo by McKee Foods!
individual strawberry shortcake rolls
pkg. instant banana or vanilla pudding
1Place carton of Debbie cakes in freezer for 1 hour. Freezing the cakes makes them easier to slice.
Prepare pudding according to package directions.
2After cakes have had time to freeze, slice them into 1/2 inch pieces.
Place a layer of cakes in bottom of a clear serving bowl. Top with 1/2 the pudding. Repeat. Arrange remaining pieces of cake on top and garnish with sliced strawberries.
Try the coconut and jelly one too with coconut pudding.
About this Recipe
Pat Duran kitchenchatter - Apr 2, 2012
Stormy Stewart karlyn255 - Apr 2, 2012
What a wonderful thing to bite into.
Sue H Soos - Apr 2, 2012
That is a beautiful dessert!
Cin Straw's Kitchen NanatomyGrands - Apr 2, 2012
We have a Little Debbie plant in Gentry, AR (McKee Foods Corporation) and we go to the "outlet store" all the time (we live within 35 minutes of it). When we are going to be home for Halloween that is what we give out.
Love love love lil debbies..an you can't beat the prices.
When we go visit any of our Grands they always want us to bring the "cases" of there favs.
McKee Foods began in 1934 in Chattanooga when O.D. McKee purchased Jack’s Cookie Company.
In 1956 the company opened a facility on the campus of Southern Adventist University. Eventually all company operations would be situated in Collegedale. All of their facilities are closed on Saturdays and opened on Sunday thru Friday night at midnight.
In the 1960s, company founders O.D. and Ruth McKee decided to name a product after one of their grandchildren, four-year-old Debbie. The original image of Debbie used on packaging and advertising was based on a black-and-white photo. Artist Fred W. Hunt of Atlanta created the original color artwork based on a photo O.D. had in his pocket of Little Debbie with a pony. In discussing what he wanted for a logo, he pulled out the small photo and said, "Something like this." Minor changes were made to the logo in 1987.
The Little Debbie brand sponsored the Wood Brothers #21 Ford Fusion for several years in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. The brand switched to the #47 JTG Daugherty Racing team in 2009 season. From sundown Friday to sundown Saturday, the Little Debbie logos are covered or removed, and the crew wears non-Little Debbie attire as a condition of sponsorship because McKee Foods was founded and is run by owners who are Seventh-day Adventists.