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Birthday Cake is the latest Cool Whip hitting store shelves

Steven Adams
Birthday Cake Cool Whip is hitting stores.

Cool Whip no longer needs to sit atop something else. It’s a dessert all on its own.

What used to play the role of real whipped cream is now taking on rich flavors that will tempt you to eat it straight from the tub.

With Oreo and Double Chocolate Brownie flavors already available, Kraft Heinz has launched Birthday Cake flavor.

Instagrammer @thejunkgoat found some at a Schnucks grocery store in the Midwest and gives the concoction a score of 10 out of 10.

“Not as pretty as you would think but it’s not slacking on the flavor! Well done.”

The response on social media has been generally positive.

Although there are plenty of Cool Whip purists.

Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or [email protected].

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