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Deep Fried Twinkies Sold In Stores

Walmart is selling deep fried Twinkies! Hostess is releasing a version of its wildly-popular snack food that tastes like the ones that are deep fried and sold at fairs. 42 more words

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Deep Fried Twinkies Sold In Stores

Walmart is selling deep fried Twinkies! Hostess is releasing a version of its wildly-popular snack food that tastes like the ones that are deep fried and sold at fairs. 42 more words

News & Gossip

This Is What's Next For Hostess

People have been deep-frying Twinkies for years at restaurants, state fairs, and in their own homes. But Hostess made headlines earlier this month when it announced it would take the indulgent snack into its own hands and start selling Deep-Fried Twinkies in the frozen food section of the grocery store. 359 more words

Retail

Morbid Meals - Homemade Twinkies in Tribute to Ghostbusters and Zombieland

EXAMINATION

“Tell him about the Twinkie, Ray.”
In the original Ghostbusters movie, Dr. Egon Spengler portrayed by the late, great Harold Ramis compared the usual psychokinetic activity in New York to the size of a Twinkie. 620 more words

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Hostess Launches "Deep Fried Twinkies" To Freezers

We’ve all had a “Deep Fried Twinkie” at Rodeo Houston or at the Montgomery County Fair… right?? I don’t know about you, but for me… I wait all year to shove a few dozen of these delicious soft and squishy sweet treats down my neck! 100 more words

Features

Hostess Launches "Deep Fried Twinkies" As First Frozen Treat

NEW YORK (AP) — The deep-fried Twinkie is jumping from the state fair to the home freezer.

Hostess Brands, the maker of lunchbox treats like Ho Hos, is launching packaged “Deep Fried Twinkies” starting Friday that mark its first foray into frozen foods. 801 more words

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Deep Fried Twinkies Now Available At Walmart

NEW YORK (AP) — The deep-fried Twinkie is jumping from the state fair to the home freezer.

Hostess Brands, the maker of lunchbox treats like Ho Hos, is launching packaged “Deep Fried Twinkies” starting Friday that mark its first foray into frozen foods. 802 more words

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