Pepperidge Farm Toy Soldier cookies kick the holiday season into high gear


The holidays are marching in and Pepperidge Farm Toy Soldier cookies are leading the way. These sweet bites of magic are filled with holiday cheer.

Holiday memories come in all shapes and sizes. Pepperidge Farm Toy Soldier cookies are starting a new sweet, holiday tradition. While Pepperidge Farm’s cookies have always been a part of holiday celebrations, these new cookies have a little special magic.

For the first time, the premium holiday cookie brand is partnering with one of the biggest holiday traditions, the Christmas Spectacular starring the Radio City Rockettes. While these cookies might not have you doing the Rockette high kicks, everyone will have a tasty treat to mark the holiday.

The spiced shortbread cookie blends cinnamon and brown sugar for a perfect sweet treat of classic holiday flavors. The hint of spice with a touch of sweetness will be loved by everyone.

While the flavors delight, the Toy Soldier shape will make it a must for the holidays. Whether people know the classic Christmas Spectacular show’s “Parade of the Wooden Soldiers,” decorate with nutcrackers or just want a pretty cookie on a platter, these cookies might become your go to holiday treat.

The new Toy Soldier cookies join the other favorite holiday cookies in the Pepperidge Farm line-up. From the Candy Cane Milano to the Raspberry Linzer to the Mint Brussels, there is a cookie for every flavor craving. A plate of any of these classic cookies would make Santa leave an extra present or two on Christmas Eve.

While many people bake tons of holiday cookies during the season, Pepperidge Farm cookies can be a great option when the holiday season gets too hectic. Sometimes the holidays need to focus on making the memories by sharing a sweet treat versus being the perfect homemade baker.

Pepperidge Farm Toy Soldier cookies and the other holiday cookies will be available at various retailers through the holiday season.

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What is your favorite holiday cookie? Are Pepperidge Farm cookies on Santa’s plate?