SPOTTED – 8/17/2021

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

Limited Edition Tate s Bake Shop Blueberry Crisp Cookies
Limited Edition Tate’s Bake Shop Blueberry Crisp Cookies

(Spotted by Rachel J at Safeway.)

Johnsonville Sloppy Joe Seasoned Sausage
Johnsonville Sloppy Joe Seasoned Sausage

(Spotted by Rachel J at Safeway.)

Bud Light Seltzer Frozen Icicles Limited Edition Tie Dye Pack
Bud Light Seltzer Frozen Icicles Limited Edition Tie Dye Pack

(Spotted by Robbie at H-E-B.)

Fresh Express Italian Balsamic Kit
Fresh Express Italian Balsamic Kit
Fresh Express Spinach  Bacon Kit
Fresh Express Spinach & Bacon Kit
Fresh Express Kickin Bacon Ranch Chopped Kit
Fresh Express Kickin’ Bacon Ranch Chopped Kit
Fresh Express Bacon Thousand Island Chopped Kit
Fresh Express Bacon Thousand Island Chopped Kit

(Spotted by Rachel J at Safeway.)

Vevan Marinated Mozza Bites Antipasti
Vevan Marinated Mozza-Bites Antipasti
Vevan Marinated Mozza Bites
Vevan Marinated Mozza-Bites

(Spotted by Sarah R at Sprouts.)

Benton s Key Lime Cookie Thins
Benton’s Key Lime Cookie Thins

(Spotted by Tamme at Aldi.)

4 thoughts to “SPOTTED – 8/17/2021”

  1. The sloppy joe seasoned sausage sounds interesting to me. I don’t mind making sloppy joes burgers then spoon some of sloppy joe sauce that been reduced on the heat for a bit.

    Fun idea.

  2. Re the Bud Light Seltzer Frozen Icicles Limited Edition Tie Dye Pack:
    Let me be the first to say (at least on this site) that I predict people getting all up-in-arms over these, due to the fact that they look too similar to kids’ Fla-Vor-Ice/Pop-Ice frozen treats (which I well remember having, as a child). Just my very first thought, upon seeing the picture of them. Having said that, they certainly don’t “offend” me, in the slightest…but, you know how such things tend to go, nowadays.

    Re the Benton’s Key Lime Cookie Thins:
    Well, firstly, that was my submission. 🙂 Secondly, I am no professional food-reviewer, by any means, so I’ll just say: These are DANG good. My sister and her two sweet little girls sent me a birthday care package, last week, with a couple of bags of these inside. They’re light, crispy, true-to-life in flavor representation, and just sweet enough without being at all cloying or sickeningly sweet (as someone who hates overly-sugary foods and beverages). In short: ::chef’s kiss::

  3. The Tate blueberry cookies are outstanding. The blueberry bits are small, but they’re chewy and have a lot of blueberry flavor. Pricey, like all Tate’s cookies, but the quality is there.

  4. Loved Tate”s Blueberry crisp cookies when I cam across them a few months ago. I bet they would be a great way to end a meal of a good ole serving of authentic New Orleans jambalaya…Yum

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