How do Bubble Gum, Blue Raspberry, Sweet Lemonade, and Party Cake Peeps measure up to the original? We found out.
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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.
This King Cake mix from Mam Papaul's has everything you need to make a cake that serves 18 people, including a tiny plastic baby.
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.
This new flavor of Goldfish Grahams doesn't quite taste like you'd expect, but trust us, they're awesome.
What happens when you reconnect with an old flame who just so happens to come wrapped in a foil pouch? All kinds of emotions, that's what.
Let's say you left your Valentine's Day shopping to the last minute and your only options are a heart-shaped box of Russell Stover or Whitman's chocolates. Which should you choose? We found out.
We hit the aisles at Trader Joe's to find delicious sweets and give them a Valentine's Day twist.
Show me a dessert that's ready in five minutes and I'll show you my happy dance. Upgrade that dessert to a warm chocolate cake I can make with only a whisk, mug, microwave, and milk and you'll get some extra wiggling. Sell it for $1.50/serving and I'm pretty much your best friend—provided it actually tastes good.
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.
It occurred to me recently that kettle corn is the great underrated sweet snack, the perfect game day treat for those who are sweets-inclined. Brownies and cookies are great at most occasions, but they don't allow for extended, hours long grazing and munching. In my quest to find the perfect version there were a lot of failures, and one very awesome success.
You can now safeguard your favorite ice cream flavor with a cleverly engineered working combination lock. No... really.
Pillsbury would like you to believe that it's quick and easy to make tasty doughnut holes using this kit. I beg to differ.
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.
Can a company like Amy's Kitchen—known for its organic, preservative-free products—compete in the candy bar market? We put them to the test.