SPOTTED ON SHELVES – 8/10/2016

Here are some interesting new and limited edition products found on store shelves by us and your fellow readers. If you’ve tried any of the products, share your thoughts about them in the comments.

Central Market H-E-B Hatch Chile & Sweet Lime Sandwich Cookies

Central Market H-E-B Hatch Chile & Sweet Lime Sandwich Cookies

This has got me thinking. We haven’t seen an Oreo with a spicy kick. So maybe Mexican Chocolate Oreo Cookies? (Spotted by Rebecca B at H-E-B.)

No Label Brewing Company What The Hatch Pale Ale

No Label Brewing Company What The Hatch Pale Ale

Mmm…spicy beer. (Spotted by Robbie at H-E-B.)

Rizzo's Cereal

Rizzo’s Cereal

I can’t wait for Krispy Branyant cereal! (Spotted by Chuck at Jewel.)

Liberte? Whole Milk Yogurt (Washington Black Cherry and Ecuadorian Mango)

Liberte? Whole Milk Yogurt (Washington Black Cherry and Ecuadorian Mango)

Liberte? Whole Milk Yogurt (Lemon and Californian Pomegranate)

Liberte? Whole Milk Yogurt (Lemon and Californian Pomegranate)

Liberte? Whole Milk Yogurt (Philippine Coconut and Baja Strawberry)

Liberte? Whole Milk Yogurt (Philippine Coconut and Baja Strawberry)

How come lemon isn’t attached to a location? Other flavors with ties to particular regions include Indonesian Vanilla Bean and Brazilian Sea Salt Caramel. (Spotted by Rachel C at Target.)

Limited Edition Pillsbury Pumpkin Pie Toaster Strudel

Limited Edition Pillsbury Pumpkin Pie Toaster Strudel

They’re back again! Do you prefer these or Pumpkin Pie Pop-Tarts? (Spotted by Karin at Walmart.)

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4 thoughts on “SPOTTED ON SHELVES – 8/10/2016

  1. The Pumpkin Pie Toaster Strudels should be better than the Pumpkin Pie Pop-Tarts, which I refer to as Pumpkin Pie Crust Pop-Tarts. The flavor of the poptarts filling was spot-on, and the ratio of filling-to-crust was perfectly normal for a poptart, but the ratio was way out of whack compared to an actual pumpkin pie. I wouldn’t want to be served a piece of pumpkin pie that consisted of mostly pie crust with a small layer of filling in-between, so that’s why the poptarts just didn’t appeal to me. The Toaster Strudels should not give me the same experience.

  2. Coincidentally, I had a Liberte yogurt this morning, but it was French Lavender flavor. Quite good. If I knew it was new, I would have sent a pic in.

  3. Had both Pop Tart and Strudel versions, and neither was great. The strudel had a flaky pastry edge for sure, but the filling had a little bitter finish.

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