If I’m going to take a guess, based on its color, I’m going to say it’s either Cookie Monster or Smurf-flavored. (Spotted by @ReneBarba89 at Walmart.)
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9 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Walmart Mystery Bundt Cake”
I think it says apple flavored upside down at the bottom of the ingredient list…. hmmm
Yep. Candy apple flavor.
Titanium dioxide in the ingredients list sounds a little ominous…
If natural food coloring scares you, don’t look up carmine.
I picked up one of those packages & it had a Froot Loops scent coming through the plastic. Gross. If that’s candy apple, I’ll pass.
Dried glucose syrup! Mystery solved!
When these don’t sell they will just put them in a new package that says “Unicorn Flavor” and they will fly off the shelves.
I’m a bakery/deli DM at Walmart and these stupid things are selling really well. I tried it. It smells like sour apple. Tastes like pure sugar. Probably appealing to kids/teens. Cheap $1.
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