The Eight Strangest Holiday-Themed Food and Drink Items -- from Pumpkin Pie Spice Pringles to Chocolate Mint Soy Nog
3. McDonald's Holiday Pie
We've got respect for the Mickey D's McRib, but the holiday pie sounds like the worst idea since black highlighters. A sugar cookie-like piecrust - with rainbow sprinkles, because, duh - encloses a vanilla custard filling to make-up the handheld pie. To which we say, I'd rather have a fruitcake.
2. Pinnacle Pumpkin Pie Vodka
We could take this opportunity to point out that liquors with flavors that could appeal to a five-year old are, in general, an abomination - but we won't. Suffice it to say that the only thing this stuff is good for is for getting drunk enough to stand your Great Aunt Betha's nagging.
1. Pop-Tarts Gingerbread
We feel gingerbread is the most overlooked of all the holiday flavors, far too often over shadowed by the profusion of pumpkin and peppermint. If you're eating a Pop Tart to start the day, you're already guaranteed a short-lived sugar rush. Might as well infuse a little holiday cheer into the soon-to-follow energy crash.