WEEK IN REVIEWS – 2/20/2016

Lucky Charms Marshmallows (marbits)

Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we follow.

The box was sealed very tightly, and as I carefully cracked it open, it practically begged for me to leave it sealed in mint condition forever. But Cereal History demanded that I stuff my cheeks with rainbow sugar nuggets, so I pressed on.(via Cerealously)

Still I do think the bun is a step up from the old buns used on the standard burgers, although it feels and tastes more grocery store bakery than actual bakery, if you get my drift.(via Grub Grade)

In the case of these knock off eggs, they’re obviously made in halves which actually have a full coating of chocolate that creates a chocolate septum when biting into the whole egg. This means more chocolate and less filling. It also means that there’s no “yolk”.(via Candy Blog)

Pepperidge Farm Honey Mustard & Pretzel Goldfish Mix contains smiles. Oh, and turmeric. Can’t forget the turmeric.(via Junk Food Guy)

Looking over the ingredients, I saw molasses listed probably three or four times…that’s a lot of molasses. Poor moles.(via What’s Good at Trader Joe’s)

2 thoughts on “WEEK IN REVIEWS – 2/20/2016

  1. The marshmallows in Lucky Charms are more like a condiment.

    Eating them without the oats is like eating ketchup, mustard, or sugar without anything else.

    It tastes good for one serving. After that, it becomes impossible to eat.

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