How do Bubble Gum, Blue Raspberry, Sweet Lemonade, and Party Cake Peeps measure up to the original? We found out.
Attention Nutella fans: there's another chocolate-hazelnut spread you'll probably want to pick up on your next trip to the supermarket.
The new "Cores" from Ben and Jerry's are like a two scoop sundae...in a pint.
Reeses Peanut Butter Cups meet a Butterfinger bar in the newest item in the candy aisle.
Look out, Nutella. These new spreads from Hershey's (chocolate, chocolate hazelnut, and chocolate almond) are pretty awesome.
The newest Oreo in the family? Lemon. We see how it stacks up.
When I think about all the things that I want to bring back from 2008, what tops the list are Season 2 of 30 Rock (OK, partially in hopes of Mystic Pizza: The Musical actually becoming a thing), the chipotle shrimp burrito from La Taqueria in Park Slope (RIP), and the trench coat from Zara that I left in a taxi after too many cocktails at Death & Co. Those things may be lost forever, but it turns out there is one thing I can relive: the Snickers Rockin' Nut Road Bar ($1.09).
In honor of Pop-Tarts' 50th birthday, Chocolate Vanilla Crème has returned to grocery store shelves. The toaster pastry features a chocolatey crust with vanilla crème filling that's topped with frosting and sugary, chocolate "sprinkles". But, is it worthy of a spot in your grocery cart? We found out.
We hit the aisles at Trader Joe's to find delicious sweets and give them a Valentine's Day twist.
M&M's recently released two new seasonal flavors in time for your Valentine's Day treat shopping. We sampled them both to see if they're worth the splurge.
Two new flavors of Pringles are popping up on grocery store shelves, but should you try them? We popped the top on both to find out.
Some people don't like butterscotch. Those people are flawed to their core and should not be trusted. And they certainly have no business coming anywhere near this ice cream. It is butterscotch overload, and I mean that in the very best way possible.
Two new gingerbread cookie-inspired candies recently hit the shelves, but only one is worth buying. Find out which one to put at the top of your list (and which one to pass on).
It's been years since I've tried a new Pop-Tart. It's not because, twenty plus years after our first encounter, I don't still love them, but rather because they went through a neon striped, in your face, made up berry Wildlicious phase which, like Yo Gabba Gabba!, made me shake my head and think, boy I do not get kids today. Then this limited edition flavor came along and I knew my favorite pretend pastry had come home.
Trader Giotto's Lattemiele cookies looked suspiciously like the "Rigoli" cookies I'd indulge in from Buon Italia. Could this be an awesome discount way to feel my breakfast cookie addiction or would they come up short?
I've found that desserts masquerading as other desserts rarely come out well, especially when the dessert that is being imitated or riffed on is one as classic as Boston Cream Pie. But I ate them anyway, to find out if these new cookies would fall in the trap.
Nabisco has been making some interesting upgrades to their line of Chips Ahoy cookies lately, including stuffing them with gooey fudge and mixing in pieces of Heath Toffee and miniature Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. But their latest tweak might be the most extreme of all: filling Chewy Chips Ahoy cookies with brownies.
There are pros and cons to having a summer birthday, most notable con: as a kid, you can't celebrate in school, most notable pro: ICE CREAM CAKE. Here are some of your takes on this glorious hybrid dessert.
Like all good Americans, I have a fondness for Twinkies, though I suspect that's more informed by their hallowed status in pop culture than an actual appreciation for them as a dessert. With the new version on the market (spoiler alert: yes, they have been tweaked), it was time to revisit the king of snack cakes.
Pop-Tarts are one of those breakfast sweets that every kid wants at some time or another—with their frosted outsides and gooey middles, they are clearly more in dessert territory then Mom and Dad would typically allow. Luckily, we can now buy Pop-Tarts for ourselves, which is why we felt the need to try the newest versions on the shelves.