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Hello Kitty Brings Cookies and Madeleines to DFW for Spring 2022

Get yours on April 23 or April 30 at the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck before the cute fix runs out

A white woman’s hand with long pink nails holds an oversized Hello Kitty cookie. Hello Kitty wears a pink smock top and a matching pink bow, with a yellow nose, white face and black whiskers.
That’s one giant Hello Kitty cookie.
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It’s that time of year yet again, when the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck makes its way across the western U.S. This spring, the lucky folks in Fort Worth and Plano will get their chance to not only wear Hello Kitty, but eat her delicious treats too.

The truck features loads of sweets, including a few new ones this year. For the first time in DFW, fans can get hand-decorated Hello Kitty cookie sets and madeleine cookie sets. The old favorites will also be available: the giant chef Hello Kitty cookie and the mini cake set.

A set of Hello Kitty madeleine sit in a pink box decorated with Hello Kitty images. The Madelines are visible through a clear window in the box and sit on a white marble countertop.
The Hello Kitty madeleine cookie set is among the cafe truck’s new offerings for 2022.
Sanrio

Find it on Saturday, April 23 at The Shops at Clearfork, at the plaza across from Starbucks, in Fort Worth from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The following Saturday, April 30, it will be at The Shops at Willow Bend, at the lawn near The District, in Plano from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The new Hello Kitty cookie set, which includes cookies shaped like Hello Kitty and a frog, are iced in vibrate pink, green, blue, and white. The sit on a light pink background.
This Hello Kitty cookie set is one of the cafe truck’s new offerings in 2022.
Sanrio

For kawaii enthusiasts, some must-knows about the truck: This year there are also some new merchandise. Those include a glass mug with sprinkle handle that made its debut in Houston, a Hello Kitty Cafe lunchbox, a Hello Kitty Cafe t-shirt in lavender, a canvas tote, a rainbow thermos, and enamel pen sets.

If you just can’t wait until the cafe truck arrives, you can follow it on Instagram until then.

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