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.

Russell Stover Limited Edition Cake Assortment

Russell Stover Limited Edition Cookies & Pies Assortment

If I were to get one of these, I think I’d eat it blindfolded to make it a bit interesting. (Spotted by Grant at Thrify White Pharmacy.)

Duncan Hines Chocolate Candy Decadent Brownie Mix

It’s brownies with Not-M&M’s! (Spotted by Sylvia at Ralphs.)

Marie Callender's Everyday Favorites Apple Crisp and Peach Cobbler

I wonder what a Marie Callender’s Apple Crisp would taste like topped with a Marie Callender’s Peach Cobbler. (Spotted by Kelly at Walmart.)

Jelly Belly Disney Frozen Icicle Mix Sparkling Jelly Beans

Now I shall wait for this to show up as a character in ABC’s Once Upon a Time. (Spotted by Krystal at Party City.)

Earthbound Farm Kale Italia

I believe looking at this picture of Earthbound Farm’s Kale Italia counts towards your daily recommended vegetable consumption. (Spotted by Lindsay at Meijer.)

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2 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES – 11/10/2014”

  1. Well, damn. I hustled to Russell Stover’s web site to see if the pie-and-cookie assortment came in a smaller size, and the answer appears to be no. There is, however, a little box that does the red velvet cake and the wedding cake candies together.

    I was very fond of the apple pie filling when it appeared for Hallowe’en, but almost no Walgreen’s in my region carried that one.

  2. I wasted some time trying to figure out why anybody would sell frozen jelly beans.

    Eilonwy- pies and cakes and cookies and donuts etc typically freeze wonderfully well. So a big box of these could easily be frozen by the piece. I use cheapie non-zip sandwich bags, divide the stuff into reasonable portion sizes for me if needed, tie a knot in each one (optional), and then fill ziplock bags with them and put in the freezer. These wouldn’t even need to be cut up. They last for ages this way, sometimes I find a surprise in the freezer a year or more later. They thaw quickly or you can zap briefly in microwave.

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