SPOTTED: Simply Pop-Tarts

Pop Tarts Simply Frosted Orchard Apple Cinnamon

There’s also a Frosted Harvest Strawberry flavor, according to Candy Hunting. (Spotted by Leonard G at ShopRite.)

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FAST FOOD NEWS: Little Caesars Chorizo Quesadilla Pizza

Little Caesars Chorizo Quesadilla Pizza Price

Little Caesars is either testing or selling regionally a Chorizo Quesadilla Pizza. The photos in this post were sent in by TIB reader Rik from a commercial playing in the Reno, NV area.

According to the voiceover in the TV ad, the pizza features a large thin crust with white queso sauce, a blend of cheeses, spicy chorizo, pico de gallo, and a crispy cheddar cheese edge with jalapeños. It’s available Hot-N-Ready for $10 at participating locations.

Little Caesars Chorizo Quesadilla Pizza Closeup

The whole pizza has 2490 calories, 161 grams of fat, 70 grams of saturated fat, 3.5 gram of trans fat, 147 milligrams of cholesterol, 3390 milligrams of sodium, 147 grams of carbohydrates, 7 grams of fiber, 10 grams of sugar, and 110 grams of protein. If you want to figure it out per slice, open your phone’s calculator app and divide these numbers by eight.

Little Caesars Chorizo Quesadilla Pizza

If you’ve tried the pizza, let us know what you think of it in the comments.

(Image via Little Caesars.)

SPOTTED: Kool-Aid Freeze Pops

Kool Aid Freeze Pops

Oh yeah, Kool-Aid Freeze Pops! Oh no, why aren’t they called Kool Pops? (Spotted by Rachel T at Walmart.)

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REVIEW: Mtn Dew Sweet Lightning

Mtn Dew Sweet Lightning  KFC Exclusive

What is Mtn Dew Sweet Lightning?

The marketing materials describe this latest Mountain Dew concoction as having a “sweet peach and smooth honey” flavor, a description which seemingly does its best to match the drink’s shockingly bright orange hue.

How is it?

Well, it definitely is sweet. It’s far more toothaching than any recent Dew flavors, at least since the holidays. As a plus, the Sweet Lightning doesn’t have the Robitussin DM-lite accents that those Christmas ones did.

Mtn Dew Sweet Lightning  KFC Exclusive Closer Up

While, admittedly, it’s a little difficult to pinpoint either the peach or honey flavors over the first couple of gulps, to be honest, at first I thought I was drinking some sort of European tangerine drink and walked over to the machine to double-check. Eventually, though, when you know what to feel around in the back of your mouth for, its shocking sweetness actually provides some much needed balm for those customers snacking on KFC’s salty poultry, or, God forbid, its moderately hot chicken items.

Is there anything else you need to know?

In case you couldn’t guess, Mtn Dew Sweet Lightning is available exclusively at Kentucky Fried Chicken and its soda fountains for — say it with me now — a limited time only. Additionally, did you know that KFC doesn’t offer a small size for its drinks? I just learned that as I forked over two bucks for a medium.

Conclusion:

Mtn Dew Sweet Lightning  KFC Exclusive Close Up

Mtn Dew is doing its very best to appeal to those with a sweet tooth in the KFC audience that aren’t digging into the new Cinnabon Dessert Biscuits — oh boy, myself included — with this fun summertime flavor that manages to combine two disparate tastes into what, at first sip, tastes like neither.

Purchased Price: $1.89
?Size: Medium
?Rating: 6 out of 10
?Nutrition Facts: Unavailable.

SPOTTED (FROZEN FOOD EDITION) – 5/23/2019

Here are some interesting new or limited edition frozen foods found by your fellow readers. If you’ve tried any of the products, share your thoughts about them in the comments.

Jimmy Dean Sausage Egg  Cheese Biscuit Roll Ups
Jimmy Dean Sausage, Egg & Cheese Biscuit Roll Ups

(Spotted by Leonard G at Target.)

Grainful Green Goddess Falafel
Grainful Green Goddess Falafel
Grainful Pesto Zucchini Noodles
Grainful Pesto Zucchini Noodles
Grainful Korean Style Veggie BBQ
Grainful Korean-Style Veggie BBQ
Grainful Pork  Pineapple Al Pastor
Grainful Pork & Pineapple Al Pastor

(Spotted by Amanda Y at Target.)

Kashi Golden Goodness Waffles
Kashi Golden Goodness Waffles

(Spotted by Amanda Y at Target.)

McCain Dip n Wedges
McCain Dip’n Wedges

(Spotted by Robbie at Walmart.)

Healthy Choice Power Bowls Chicken Marinara
Healthy Choice Power Bowls Chicken Marinara

(Spotted by Amanda Y at Target.)

Healthy Choice Simply Steamers Garden Vegetable
Healthy Choice Simply Steamers Garden Vegetable

(Spotted by Jarred at Publix.)

Read to Thrive Vegetables Fajita Mix and Stir Fry Blend
Read to Thrive Vegetables Fajita Mix and Stir-Fry Blend

(Spotted by Amanda Y at Target.)

Birds Eye Steamfresh Veggie Made Mac  Cheese
Birds Eye Steamfresh Veggie Made Mac & Cheese

(Spotted by Amanda Y at Walmart.)

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SPOTTED: Museum of Ice Cream 2019 Flavors

Museum of Ice Cream Queen Bee
Museum of Ice Cream Queen Bee — Honey ice cream with chocolatey covered honeycomb and English toffee with almonds.
Museum of Ice Cream PB P
Museum of Ice Cream PB&P — Peanut buttery ice cream with chocolatey covered pretzel pieces and a peanut butter swirl.
Museum of Ice Cream Malt Shake
Museum of Ice Cream Malt Shake — Malted chocolate ice cream with mini malted milk balls.
Museum of Ice Cream Cone Zone
Museum of Ice Cream Cone Zone — Vanilla and chocolatey ice cream swirled with a fudge ribbon and chocolate coated sugar cone pieces

The original flavors are also getting redesigned containers. Well, some of the original flavors. It seems many of them have been discontinued. It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday. (Spotted by Rachel C at Target.)

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