Molly & Drew, known for its beer bread mixes, has created on-trend gift sets with its Mug Cake Kits, which each contain one mug and one cake mix.
The recipient just adds water, stirs and microwaves for a single serving mug cake in 90 seconds.
The company also offers single-serve packets of mug cake mixes that will cross-merchandise with the mugs you’re already carrying too. They come in four flavors: Ooey-Gooey Chocolate, the company’s best-seller; Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel; Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake; and Chocolate Candy Cane.
The mug and mix gift sets retail for $10, and the single serving mixes retail for around $4 apiece.
Lillie’s Q, known for its line of regional barbecue sauces, has introduced a line of kettle potato chips in flavors inspired by those barbecue traditions. Carolina Dirt BBQ chips are flavored with Lillie’s Q’s sugar-based barbecue rub. Sea Salt & Black Pepper speaks for itself, Hot Pepper Vinegar is made with a variety of pickled hot peppers and Pimento Cheese Kettle Chips are, of course, flavored with that down home favorite. The line also includes Lillie’s Q Original Kettle Chips.
The 1.65-ounce single-serving bags retail for $1.40 to $1.50, while the 6-ounce bags retail from around $3.75 to $4.00.
Since fall will be here before we know it, Hammond’s Brands, the parent company of Hammond’s Candies, Old Dominion Peanut Company, McCraw’s Candies, and Mellow Fluffs, has its popular line of pumpkin spice and apple-infused treats now available for shipment. Many of the candies and snacks that have made Hammond’s Colorado’s favorite handmade confectioner undergo an autumnal transformation each year.
This year, Hammond’s is offering four seasonally-inspired specials:
“Snackers love the nostalgic, warm flavors that they associate with fall — in fact, pumpkin-flavored products accounted for $361 million sales last year alone and that number keeps growing,” said Andrew Schuman, Hammond’s President and CEO. “We’re excited to help retailers stock up, since appetites for pumpkin spice, apple, and other fall flavors start earlier and earlier each year!”