Where To Satisfy Your Holiday Flavor Cravings: IHOP, Starbucks, And More


Starbucks isn’t the only chain that rolls out holiday flavors as soon as temperatures drop. Find all your pumpkin/gingerbread/cinnamon/Christmas cookie-flavored morsels before winter ends.

Holiday Hotcakes from IHOP: Forget blueberry or chocolate chip. IHOP serves pumpkin, carrot cake, and New York cheesecake pancakes during the holiday months.

Holiday Flavored Pringles: The never-fun-stopping pop-em chips now come in Cinnamon and Sugar, White Chocolate Peppermint, and Pumpkin Pie Spice. Make some crunchy duck lips with these guys.

Gingerbread Pinkberry: The frozen yogurt chain spices up their small menu with a gingerbread flavor. Salted caramel is old news for the Los Angeles-based company.

Peppermint Bark Tasti D-Lite: If you’re on team Tasti instead of Team Pinkberry, head on over to the other fro-yo chain for their holiday-themed Peppermint Bark flavor. It’s only 80 calories per four ounce serving!

Egg Nog Shake and Holiday Mint McFlurry at McDonald’s: The McRib isn’t the only thing on McDonald’s holiday menu this year. Egg Nog milkshakes and the Holiday Mint McFlurry (not to be confused with the St. Patrick’s Day-themed Shamrock Shake) were added to the list this year.

Turkey Ice Cream Cake from Baskin-Robbins: We’re cheating here since the cake doesn’t really taste like turkey (this is better for everyone) but there’s no way you can leave a turkey-shaped ice cream cake off this list. The cake is priced at $32.99 but you can also buy two ice cream turkey legs for $7.89.

Red Velvet Holiday Chocolate Milk from Target: About to please all children across America.

Jones Sodas: This soda company goes all out for the holidays. Try these flavors: gingerbread, pear tree, candy cane, and sugar plum. It’s like all 12 days of Christmas rolled into four sparkling sodas.

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