SPOTTED – 2/15/2022

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.

Peeps Filled Delights The Original Donut Shop Coffee Caramel Mocha
Peeps Filled Delights The Original Donut Shop Coffee Caramel Mocha

(Spotted by Tommy at Target.)

Frosted Strawberry Banana Pop Tarts Bites
Frosted Strawberry Banana Pop-Tarts Bites

(Spotted by @TheJoshCatlett at Dierbergs.)

Oreo Celebration Treats Double Stuf and Chocolate Confetti Cake Packs
Oreo Celebration Treats Double Stuf and Chocolate Confetti Cake Packs

(Spotted by Robbie at Sam’s Club.)

Belgian Boys Brioche French Toast
Belgian Boys Brioche French Toast

(Spotted by Amanda Y at Target.)

Favorite Day Limited Offering Blueberry Shortbread Cookies
Favorite Day Limited Offering Blueberry Shortbread Cookies

(Spotted by Amanda Y at Target.)

Red Bull Green Edition Dragon Fruit
Red Bull Green Edition Dragon Fruit

Dragon Fruit is now the Green Edition. But watch your shoulder, Dragon Fruit. You’ll be replaced some day too. Enjoy your time in the green can. Here’s our review back when it was the Summer Edition. (Spotted by Holly at Walmart.)

Oreo Cones
Oreo Cones

We also covered the Oreo Bars and Sandwiches, if you missed it. (Spotted by Rachel C at Smith’s.)

Betty Crocker Cinnamon Muffin Tops
Betty Crocker Cinnamon Muffin Tops

(Spotted by Amanda Y at Walmart.)

Swedish Fish and Friends
Swedish Fish and Friends

(Spotted by Jamie G at Dollar Tree.)

1836 Farms Banana Milk
1836 Farms Banana Milk

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

9 thoughts to “SPOTTED – 2/15/2022”

        1. Hehe, you are correct sir. Didn’t want to hassle you for the lack of proper emphasis. 🙂 Million dollar idea here, just sell the tops!

  1. ooooh, banana milk is one of my favs! used to get in glass bottles like that from Smiling Hill Farm in Maine. Nesquik used to have a good powdered mix-in but the bottled banana milk they’ve been putting out for the last decade or so tastes like chemical garbage.

    1. So this product here is non-dairy banana “milk.” Whereas I believe what you’re thinking of is just milk flavoured with banana? I bet that farm was using either much more natural banana flavouring/extracts versus the artificial chemical Nesquik probably uses.

  2. I’m pleased to see that there are actually some really interesting, innovative, and yummy-sounding new items in this bunch. (Admittedly, I don’t always find that to be the case, for one reason or another.)

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