Study: Ohio’s favorite holiday treat is pumpkin pie

Christmas is slowly creeping up on us, which means it’s time to find out Americans’ favorite holiday treat.

We conducted a survey of 1,000 Americans across the country to find out what their favorite holiday treat is. The national winner was pumpkin pie, with one-third of Americans naming it as their No. 1 choice. Eggnog came in second with 20% of the vote and peppermint bark rounded out the Top 3 with 13%. As for Ohio, consumers’ favorite holiday dessert is… pumpkin pie!

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Did you know many national chains now offer limited-time menu items in the lead-up to the holidays? Here’s the list of where to find delicious seasonal treats:

Baskin Robbins:
 The Caramel Delight Ice Cream Cookie Torte is now available. It’s a chocolate chip cookie crust topped with Gold Medal Ribbon ice cream and garnished with caramel praline and fudge toppings with almonds.

Blaze Pizza: The Holiday Hot Pack is back. It includes a pocket t-shirt, a beanie, and two free 11-inch pizza passes – all wrapped up in a pizza box for $30.

Captain’s D: You can now get most of their popular dishes at the price of $5.99. Valid through December 29, 2019.

Chick-fil-A: Come enjoy the Peppermint Chocolate Chip Milkshake priced at $3.65 for the small and $4.15 for the large.

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf: Get in the Christmas spirit by enjoying their Holiday drink menu. It includes the Winter Dream Tea Latte and the Peppermint Mocha Latte, as well as Cookie Butter Latte & Iced Blended® Drink, Peppermint Mocha Cold Brew Latte and the Red Velvet Hot Cocoa & Ice Blended® drink.

Denny’s: The chain is offering the following holiday treats: New Apple Bourbon Crepe Breakfast, Cinnamon Roll Pancake Breakfast, New Double Chocolate Pancake Puppies. Other holiday dessert options include the pecan and pumpkin Pie.

Dunkin’: Enjoy a medium latte, cappuccino or americano for $2 each during the holiday season. And while you’re at it, try the new Holiday Brownie Crumble Donut.

El Pollo Loco: The chain is offering two holiday classics: Chicken Pozole Verde and Mexican Hot Chocolate.

IHOP: Come taste the new Elf on the Shelf holiday menu. Here’s an example of what it includes: Jolly Cakes (4 green pancakes topped with cream cheese icing, whipped topping and elf sprinkles) and Oh What Funnel Cakes (2 funnel cakes, dusted with powdered sugar and topped with glazed strawberries, whipped topping and elf sprinkles.)

Luby’s: Celebrate the holidays with their new Sweet Potato Crumble.

McDonald’s: Hurry, the Donut Sticks sprinkled with cinnamon sugar are back for a limited time.

Pizza Inn: The popular Pumpkin Pizzert – pumpkin and cinnamon, topped with a brown sugar streusel mix and a sweet white icing drizzle – is back for a limited time.

Popeyes: Come enjoy the new seasonal Bourbon Fudge Pie for $2.49 per slice.

Shake Shack: The Alpine Tree-O shakes are now available. Here are the three flavors: Coconut Snowball, Christmas Cookie and Chocolate Peppermint.

Starbucks: The coffee house is bringing back the Peppermint Mocha drink as well as other festive items such as the Snowman Cookie, Gingerbread Loaf and Peppermint Brownie Cake Pop.

Steak ‘n Shake: Come try the following Seasonal Holiday Shakes: Peppermint Chocolate Chip Shake, Oreo Cookie White Chocolate Shake, Egg Nog Shake, and Pumpkin Spice Shake.

Subway: The fast food chain is now offering a Green Eggs and Ham Sandwich to help promote Netflix’s new animated series based on Dr. Seuss book Green Eggs and Ham.

Taco John’s: Their Nachos Navidad are back for the holidays. They are red and green tortilla chips with Taco John’s traditional Super Nachos – a mountain of house-made cooked tortilla chips covered in nacho cheese, 100% American beef, refried beans, cheddar cheese, tomatoes, black olives, guacamole and rich sour cream.

White Castle: Their Mac & Cheese Nibblers are back and will be available until Jan. 2



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