WEEK IN REVIEWS – 7/15/2017

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Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we follow of stuff we probably won’t try.

This is basically a sugary syrupy sugar sugar sugar bomb.” (via Junk Food Guy)

Can’t nobody hold me down. It might not be all about the Benjamins, but for the mo’ money for these, I don’t want mo’ problems. Come with me or I’ll be missing you…(via What’s Good at Trader Joe’s)

Between the more subdued milky frosting notes in the base and the small crunchy cookies, this pint feels more like a nice afternoon at grandma’s house than a celebratory birthday party.” (via Sean’s Skillet)

These ain’t your kid brother’s Reese’s Puffs.” (via Cerealously)

Image via flickr user Kimberly Vardeman / CC BY 2.0

WEEK IN REVIEWS – 7/8/2017

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Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we follow of stuff we probably won’t try.

Once it starts to melt you get this burnt-sugar-chemical flavoring that reminds me of the Cotton Candy scented Body Fantasy spray I was obsessed with in middle school but find sickeningly artificial now.(via Sometimes Foodie)

The brightly colored bits don’t look a day over 4-years old, but I can’t say the same for their odor, which reminds me of drywall and spoiled wine.” (via Cerealously)

Opening this pint it is visually perfect. A glowing white base with big swirling chunks of chocolate cookies – a stunning balance of light and dark” (via Sean’s Skillet)

Just like real coffee is mostly water, so too is this popsicle. And it tastes that way.(via What’s Good at Trader Joe’s)

Image via flickr user Thomas Tivoli / CC BY 2.0

WEEK IN REVIEWS – 7/1/2017

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Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we follow of stuff we probably won’t try.

The shell held together well for the most part but halfway through the back fell out of the ‘boat’ and dumped a crunchy taco’s worth of seasoned beef onto the box that the Chalupa came in.(via Brand Eating)

Like Cracker Jack for adults.(via What’s Good at Trader Joe’s)

I have to say, I really did enjoy these M&M’s but I found it annoying that the hazelnut are mixed with peanut. It waters down the excitement and novelty of having hazelnut M&M’s just a bit!(via Kev’s Snack Reviews)

One crunch and I was in heaven.” (via Junk Food Guy)

For their version of the iconic concoction, Little G takes a vanilla bean base and loads it with a triple threat of chocolate chip cookie dough, double chocolate chip cookie dough, and sugar cookie dough.” (via Sean’s Skillet)

WEEK IN REVIEWS – 6/24/2017

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Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we follow of stuff we probably won’t try.

Given the warmth of the pie, the cheesecake filling was like softened butter in texture while the cherry pie filling was more liquid but with the occasional cherry.(via Brand Eating)

These dunkers are basically oatmeal cookies trying to pose themselves as being a bit more fancy then they actually are.(via What’s Good at Trader Joe’s)

While I love a good punchy, almost spicy hot cinnamon, the balance here is spot on and reminds me of a well executed streusel crumble on top of an apple crisp.” (via Sean’s Skillet)

…there is a reason this was at Big Lots.(via Thirsty Dudes)

WEEK IN REVIEWS – 6/17/2017

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Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we follow of stuff we probably won’t try.

The Veracruz sauce gave the steak a bit of a flavor similar to Taco Bell’s seasoned beef.(via Brand Eating)

The mixture favors cinnamon over sugar – I found the powdered sugar variety to be a little sweeter which is why I prefer it. But the cannoli shell has a biscuity quality to it that makes me think of a less sweet version of Cinnamon Toast Crunch.” (via Junk Banter)

Opening the package the cookies have a nice, soft, lemony scent that remind me of an amped up version of Barnum’s Animals Crackers.” (via Sean’s Skillet)

There is nothing better you can get, anywhere, for a buck. Challenge me. You won’t win.(via What’s Good at Trader Joe’s)

You could’ve told me this was Diet Honey Nut Cheerios, and I would’ve believed you.” (via Cerealously)