COMING SOON: New 2022 Starbucks Ready-to-Drink Coffee Beverages

For 2022, Starbucks has a swath of new ready-to-drink coffee beverages that’ll be rolling out later this year to local grocery stores, national retailers, and convenience stores as well as online.


If you’re into oatmilk, a few new products will be available. Starbucks Cold Brew Dark Chocolate Oatmilk features creamy oatmilk and rich dark chocolate flavors. It’s already heading to shelves in 40-ounce bottles with a $4.99 suggested retail price. Starbucks Bottled Frappuccino Coffee Drink with Oatmilk will come in two flavors — Caramel Waffle Cookie and Dark Chocolate Brownie.



If you’re into boxed cold brew, the brand is bagging and putting into a box its Cold & Crafted coffee drink that features no preservatives, lower sugar, and less calories than other coffee drink options. Starbucks Cold & Crafted on Tap is a 72 fl oz offering with a $15 suggested retail price. It’ll be available later this year in two flavors — Black Unsweetened and Coffee with a Splash of Milk.


If you’re into coffee that comes in aluminum cans, Starbucks will be adding a new flavor to two existing coffee drink lines. The canned Nitro Cold Brew line, which made its debut in 2020, will be getting a new Splash of Sweet Cream flavor ($3.69 SRP), and the Tripleshot Zero Sugar line, which also debuted in 2020, will be adding a Milk Chocolate variety.


Finally, if you’re into coffee drinks inspired by world travel, there’s the new Hazelnut Tiramisu flavor that’s part of Starbucks’ Bottled Frappuccino Passport Series ($3.40 SRP). It follows last year’s Chocolate Churro flavor.

(Images via Starbucks.)

COMING SOON: Nestle Toll House Kitchen Sink Morsels & More and Ready-to-Bake Brownies


Nestle Toll House now has more Morsels & More. This time it’s a Kitchen Sink variety that joins previous varieties like Hot Fudge Sundae, Chocolate Peanut Caramel, and Pumpkin Spice Latte.

What does a kitchen sink tastes like? Well, mine tastes like three-day-old unwashed dishes. But the kitchen sink that’s in a pouch of this Morsels & More variety has semi-sweet morsels, butter caramel pieces, and pretzel sticks.

Like previous flavors, Nestle Toll House encourages you to bake them with your favorite treats, sprinkle them on your favorite treats, or just skip the favorite treats and eat them straight out of the bag. No shame.

Nestle Toll House Kitchen Sink Morsels & More will be available in 8-ounce pouches ($3.99 suggested retail price) at select Walmart locations in February and expand to other retailers nationwide in May.


Nestle Toll House will also be rolling out Ready-to-Bake Brownies at Meijer stores beginning in March with a suggested retail price of $3.99.

The chocolate chip brownies involve no preparation and come in its own baking pan. Well, I guess the only prep you really need to do is pre-heat the oven.


(Images via Nestle Toll House.)

COMING SOON: Little Debbie Snack Cake-Inspired Ice Cream Flavors


Hudsonville Ice Cream is once again teaming up with Little Debbie to offer ice cream flavors inspired by Little Debbie’s snack cakes. Oh, don’t remember the other time these two came together? Here’s a reminder.

This time there are seven ice cream varieties:

Oatmeal Creme Pies – Vanilla creme ice cream with soft oatmeal cookie pieces and a hint of molasses.

Cosmic Brownies – Brownie batter ice cream filled with mini rainbow chips and brownie pieces.

Zebra Cakes – White cake ice cream with yellow cake pieces and a milk chocolate fudge swirl.

Honey Buns – Honey bun flavored ice cream with glazed honey bun pieces and a sweet cinnamon swirl.

Strawberry Shortcake Rolls – White cake ice cream with yellow cake pieces and a tart strawberry swirl.

Swiss Rolls – Chocolatey cake ice cream with chocolate cake pieces and a swirl of whipped cream.

Nutty Bars – Peanut butter ice cream swirled with chocolatey waffle cone pieces and a thick fudge swirl.

(Descriptions via @JunkBanter.)

All seven flavors will be available at Walmart starting February 1.

(Image via Hudsonville Ice Cream.)

COMING SOON: Starbucks BAYA Energy Drink


Starbucks in entering the energy drink game for the first time with its new BAYA Energy line.

Some of you might be thinking, “Wait a minute. Aren’t Starbucks’ coffee drinks ALL energy drinks, if you really think about it? Also, what about those canned Refreshers thingies? Didn’t they have caffeine too? So could they also be considered ‘energy drinks’?”

Look, I agree, but the press release says, “Starbucks is entering the energy category for the first time with the introduction of Starbucks BAYA Energy…” I’m just the messenger.

Anyhoo, BAYA Energy gets its caffeine naturally from coffee fruit. A 12-ounce can contains 90 calories and 160 milligrams of caffeine. There will be three flavors at launch — Mango Guava, Raspberry Lime and Pineapple Passionfruit.

Starbucks BAYA Energy will be soon available nationwide in-stores and online where groceries are sold with a suggested retail price of $2.89. Also, beginning March 1, it’ll be sold at Starbucks stores in the U.S.

(Image via Starbucks.)

COMING SOON: New Ben & Jerry’s Topped Flavors


Ben & Jerry’s will be adding two new varieties to its Topped line.

Chocolate Milk & Cookies features chocolate ice cream with chocolate chip cookies and chocolate cookie swirls topped with milk chocolatey ganache and fudge chips.

Dirt Cake has vanilla pudding ice cream with chocolate sandwich cookies and chocolate cookie swirls topped with milk chocolatey ganache and chocolate cookie crumble.

Unfortunately, with the Dirt Cake flavor, we have to add our own gummy worms.

(Image via Ben & Jerry’s.)