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SkinnyPop Has A Sweet New Flavor To Celebrate Its 10th Birthday

Yum! This sounds so good!

If there’s any downside to birthday cake, it’s those heavy, pesky calories lurking in every forkful of the delicious stuff. Luckily, there is now a way to have your cake and eat it, too, and it comes in the form of a healthy snack: Birthday Cake Popcorn from SkinnyPop!

In honor of the brand’s 10th birthday, SkinnyPop is launching a light and sweet birthday cake-flavored kettle popcorn that has just 70 calories per cup. Like all SkinnyPop flavors, it’s non-GMO and free of gluten, preservatives, peanuts and tree nuts.

The celebratory flavor was created in collaboration between SkinnyPop and Sam’s Club, and is available exclusively at Sam’s Club for a limited time starting in October. It comes in a 17-ounce bag for around $5.29.

Skinny Pop

If you can’t get enough of the birthday cake flavor, or don’t have a Sam’s Club near you, The Safe + Fair Food Company also makes a birthday cake popcorn, plus a birthday cake blondie mix and birthday cake granola.

If you’re following the keto diet, you can also get in on the birthday cake fun with these Duncan Hines cake cups, which have only 5 grams net carbs per serving.

You can also get birthday cake flavors in ice cream, including from The Cheesecake Factory and a new dairy-free flavor from Halo Top, which is vegan and has only 310 calories per pint. So, yes, that means you can enjoy it alongside an actual slice of birthday cake — guilt-free!

Halo Top

You can also try making your own birthday cake treats, like this birthday cake lasagna, these no-bake birthday cake bars or these easy birthday cake croissants.

Or if you’d like to hold the birthday cake and instead go harder on the unique popcorn flavors, check out The Popcorn Factory’s chicken-and-waffle-flavored popcorn. The popcorn offers that sweet-and-savory combo of fried chicken plus syrupy waffles, and you can have a canister shipped to your home for $14.99 plus shipping.

The Popcorn Factory

Would you try birthday cake-flavored popcorn?

This story originally appeared on Simplemost.