SPOTTED – 3/28/2022

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.

7 Eleven Churroccino
7-Eleven Churroccino
Rocket League Blue Rocketberry Slurpee
Rocket League Blue Rocketberry Slurpee

(Spotted by Robbie at 7-Eleven.)

Keebler Fudge Stripes Celebration Cake Cookies
Keebler Fudge Stripes Celebration Cake Cookies

(Spotted by Geoffrey at Save Mart.)

Hostess Devil s Food Jumbo Honey Bun
Hostess Devil’s Food Jumbo Honey Bun

(Spotted by Robbie at 7-Eleven.)

Krusteaz Chocolate Pie Bar Mix
Krusteaz Chocolate Pie Bar Mix

(Spotted by Robbie at Walmart.)

Beyond Meat Original Jerky
Beyond Meat Original Jerky
Beyond Meat Teriyaki Jerky
Beyond Meat Teriyaki Jerky

There’s also a Hot & Spicy flavor. (Spotted by Robbie at CVS.)

KSI Prime Hydration Drink
KSI Prime Hydration Drink

There are also Blue Raspberry, Tropical Punch, and Lemon Lime flavors. (Spotted by Alex at Walmart.)

American Waffle Red White  Blue Waffles
American Waffle Red White & Blue Waffles

(Spotted by DJ at Redner’s.)

Cafe Ole by H E B 25th Anniversary Blend K Cups
Cafe Ole by H-E-B 25th Anniversary Blend K-Cups

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

Buc ee s Salted Caramel Cashew Almong Nutty Bites
Buc-ee’s Salted Caramel Cashew Almong Nutty Bites
Buc ee s Himalayan Pink Salted Pistashio Nutty Bites
Buc-ee’s Himalayan Pink Salted Pistashio Nutty Bites
Buc ee s Blueberry Pomegranate Cashew Almond Nutty Bites
Buc-ee’s Blueberry Pomegranate Cashew Almond Nutty Bites
Buc ee s Cinnamon Spiced Pecan Nutty Bites
Buc-ee’s Cinnamon Spiced Pecan Nutty Bites

(Spotted by Robbie at Buc-ee’s.)

15 thoughts to “SPOTTED – 3/28/2022”

  1. The Krusteaz chocolate pie bar kit sounds pretty nice–I’ve had the company’s lemon bars and sweet potato pie before, and they make interesting changes from the norms (although I’ve noticed that Krusteaz tends to go to the ultra-sweet end of taste).

      1. Genius thinks alike. 🙂 One thing I’ve done in the past is, add chopped walnuts to the mix, e.g. with the lemon bars. Not only do I like the addition of the walnut flavor as well as the extra crunch/chewiness that that brings, but it also cuts the sweetness down. (But then, I’m also the type who adds walnuts to brownies–I can see adding walnuts to the chocolate bar mix here likewise.)

    1. While I snapped the pic, I bought them too! I had a gathering yesterday and they were such a huge hit! If you love the aroma of dark chocolate pudding you’ll get that while preparing these…sooo good!

      1. Thanks for the testimonial! One of my local supermarkets carries Krusteaz (what a company name, lol) products, and even puts them on sale periodically. I’ll have to check and see if they carry this mix–I have the feeling that I would like it (including because I’m a big chocolate pudding fan). I purchased strawberries today, and they probably would be great sitting on top of a chocolate pie bar.

        1. “Krusteaz (what a company name, lol)”

          The company was originally founded in the late 20s or early 30s I think. Their original product was a baking mix, primarily used for pie crusts. At the time, there was a competing company (Bisquick) which sold a similar product obviously.

          In an attempt to differentiate from Bisquick but still have something equally as clever, the original company name was “Crust Ease”. Which later became Krusteaz.

  2. That Churrocino is great! Unfortunately my free year of 7-11 beverages has expired now, but I do still stop by very often! My local 7-11 also has a new White Chocolate Caramel, which is even better in my opinion!

    1. My local UDF has white chocolate caramel right now (they cycle flavours in and out regularly) which is obviously amazing because it combines two of my favourite flavours and we can all admit that there is no shame in indulging on a gas station/convenience store cappuccino; just hits the spot sometimes!

      Hills Bros. sells a white chocolate caramel cappuccino mix in the grocery stores.

      1. Agreed. I think that’s a great idea; they all sound tasty, to me. Not to mention, the meat-alternative thing is a big market, nowadays.

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