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.

Tastykake Dreamies Creme Kakes

When Twinkies come back, I wonder if it’ll go around cutting in half all the golden cream cakes and yelling, “In the end, there can be only one.” (Spotted by Adam at Walmart.)

Kellogg's Limited Edition Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Chocolatey Almond

Kellogg’s partnering up with Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory was a combination I didn’t see coming. Mainly because I didn’t know there’s a company called Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. (Spotted by Adam at Wegman’s.)

Pillsbury Limited Edition S'mores Toaster Strudel

I wonder how this would taste if I poke a stick through it, toast it over an open fire, let it catch on fire, blow it out, and let it cool a little. (Spotted by Andrew at Harris Teeter.)

Retro Cocoa Puffs Box

After looking at this retro box of Cocoa Puffs, I have to say, 1970s Sonny looks like he goes wayyyy cuckoo-er for Cocoa Puffs than 2012 Sonny. (Spotted by Troy at Target.)

Thank you to all the photo contributors! If you’re out shopping and see an interesting new or limited edition product on the shelf, snap a picture of it, and send us an email ([email protected]) with where you found it and “Spotted” in the subject line. If you do so, you might see your picture in our next Spotted on Shelves post.

11 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES – 4/17/2013”

  1. Special K Chocolatey Delight
    Kellogg’s Krave Chocolate
    Kellogg’s Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Cereal
    Next up: Kellogg’s Yeah, It’s Just Chocolate Guys.

  2. I thought Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory is a Canadian company (too lazy to Google that), so I’m amazed/impressed to see the cereal. YUM.

  3. “Mainly because I didn’t know there’s a company called Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.” What??? Do you live on a rock? (Yeah, I know, you’ve said.)
    Me, I’m into their dark chocolate covered orange peels, used to get em in Long Beach but now I just buy a handful for “dessert” if I’m traveling through Denver International.
    I’m not sure how I feel about the cereal, haven’t tried it yet, might be a good mixer cereal onto an barely sweetened cereal like Cheerios.

    1. Looks are deceiving…don’t waste your money. The chocolate doesn’t taste like chocolate at all, and more like ex-lax.

  4. Those s’mores toaster strudel look tempting. I wonder if there’s some graham in there somewhere.

  5. I actually seen the S’mores Toaster Strudels here in Texas weeks ago, or at least a month ago.

  6. Tried the S’mores toaster strudel. Disappointing. No Grahamy goodness in sight, and the filling was more “fluff-gone-wrong” than toasted marshmallow. Though I’m a fan of their usual cream cheese frosting, the chocolate frosting wasn’t great either, sad to say…

  7. I had a bowl of the Rocky Mountain cereal for dessert last night… It’s pretty darn sweet, and I have a high sugar tolerance. It’s basically frosted flakes, half of which are chocolate, and huge chunks of fudgey-consistency chocolate bars. Pretty decadent. Pretty delicious.

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