COMING SOON: Nestle Toll House Cookies & Creme Edible Cookie Dough


According to Nestle Toll House, its new Cookies & Creme Edible Cookie Dough is for the days that you just can’t decide between cookies and cookie dough. To be honest, I’ve never had a day like that. But, I’ve had to choose between life and death. Also, winning and losing. Oh, also, heads and tails.

The latest addition to the brand’s edible dough in a tub line is made with real chocolate & creme sandwich cookies and, of course, edible cookie dough. If you can’t decide whether or not you want to purchase this, you have several weeks to think about it because it won’t be hitting refrigerated shelves until June.

Nestle Toll House’s Cookies & Creme Edible Cookie Dough will be available in a 15-ounce tub and have a suggested retail price of $5.39.

(Thanks to Nestle for the info and images!)

COMING SOON: Stouffer’s LasagnaMac


The photo you’re looking at above is a portion of Stouffer’s LasagnaMac. (Maybe it should’ve been called LaMacgna…nope, that’s a horrible name now that I see it spelled out.) The savory mashup features Stouffer’s Macaroni & Cheese between two layers of Stouffer’s Lasagna with Meat & Sauce.

And now the sad news that’s sadder than the name LaMacgna…

This is a limited time promotional item that will only be available through an online giveaway, and there will be a limited number of them. Of course, you could probably Frankenstein together your own LasagnaMac since it’s just a combination of Stouffer’s most popular products that are sold everywhere.

But if you want to learn more about how you can have a chance to try a LasangaMac, follow @stouffers on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

(Info and images via Stouffer’s.)

COMING SOON: Nestle Toll House Funfetti Cookie Dough with Rainbow Sprinkles


Wait a minute…Funfetti is made by Pillsbury, and Pillsbury makes cookie dough. But this is a Funfetti-branded cookie dough made by Nestle Toll House, who also makes cookie dough. I’m so confused. Please don’t get ideas, Duncan Hines and Betty Crocker!

Anyhoo, Pills…I mean, Nestle Toll House Funfetti Cookie Dough with Rainbow Sprinkles features vanilla cake-flavored dough filled and topped with rainbow sprinkles. A 14-ounce package makes 12 cookies and has a $2.99 suggested price. It’ll be popping up on the refrigerated shelves in June.

Oh, it turns out this is the second Nestle Toll House and Funfetti collaboration, with the first being edible cookie dough.

(Thanks to Nestle Toll House for the info and images!)

COMING SOON: Dulce de Leche Toast Crunch, Ghostbusters, and Lucky Charms Galactic Cereals

Dulce de Leche Toast Crunch

I have to admit Dulce de Leche Toast Crunch wasn’t on my future Toast Crunch cereal bingo card. I was expecting a hazelnut chocolate, mocha, or Vegemite flavor. (Yes, I will never get bingo on my card.) But here we are with a cereal that combines the taste of caramel with the crunch of Cinnamon Toast Crunch. And, yes, the endmilk will have a little Dulce de Leche flavor. The new variety is a permanent addition to the Toast Crunch line, and it’s rolling out to stores as you read this. It’s available in two sizes — Family Size ($4.99 MSRP) and Mid-Size ($3.99 MSRP).


Ghostbusters Afterlife cereal is a tie-in with the upcoming movie premiering later this year. If you guessed this cereal comes with marshmallows because 97 percent of cereals that have a movie tie-in do indeed come with marbits, then you are absolutely correct. The cereal features fruity flavored sweetened corn puffs with ghost and ectoplasm-shaped marshmallows. It’s available for a limited time and should be showing up on shelves very soon. It comes in two sizes — Family Size ($3.99 MSRP) and Mid-Size ($2.50 MSRP).

Galactic Lucky Charms

If you guessed Lucky Charms Galactic comes with marshmallows because 100 percent of Lucky Charms cereals do indeed come with marbits, then you are absolutely correct. It comes with your standard charms, but it also comes with, according to General Mills, three new magic charms with special powers. There are two planet charms that have the power to duplicate and a rocket charm that has to power to race through space. The cereal is now rolling out to stores and is available for a limited time. Two sizes are available — Family Size ($4.99 MSRP) and Mid-Size ($3.99 MSRP).

(Info and images via General Mills.)

COMING SOON: Mystery Flavor Sour Patch Kids


Update: We tried it! Click here to read our review.

Sour Patch Kids now has a mystery flavor and without even tasting it, I’m going to guess pineapple.

Much like Pringles did with its mystery flavor promotion, there’s a cash prize involved if you guess the flavor correctly…and get picked among the hundreds or even thousands of other people who also figured it out. If you’re able to guess the Sour Patch Kids mystery flavor, you could be entered for a chance to win $50,000 and other instant prizes.

From now through July, the Mystery Kid will be revealing weekly clues via Sour Patch Kids’ social media. So if you want to be THAT PERSON who enters the contest without even purchasing a bag of Sour Patch Kids, you can be that person who doesn’t spend the $2.36, which is the suggested retail price for an 8-ounce bag.

The first clue is: It gives laughs and can be a riot, cause when it flies nobody’s silent. (Ugh. It better not be fart-flavored.)

The mystery flavor bags are available at retailers nationwide and folks can submit their flavor guesses at The flavor will be revealed in August.

(Thanks to Sour Patch Kids for the info and images.)