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  • missysippy930missysippy930 Member Posts: 2,280 Member Member Posts: 2,280 Member
    aemw93 wrote: »
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    Not as good as I thought it was going to be! 😫

    It sounds great to me! What made it not as good as you were hoping? I love white chocolate. We never see them here until Christmas candy displays start.
  • PAPYRUS3PAPYRUS3 Member Posts: 7,858 Member Member Posts: 7,858 Member
    PAPYRUS3 wrote: »
    aemw93 wrote: »
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    Not as good as I thought it was going to be! 😫

    What about it that you didn't like...the white chocolate or the orange flavoring?

    I was curious too when it was posted...
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  • missysippy930missysippy930 Member Posts: 2,280 Member Member Posts: 2,280 Member
    PAPYRUS3 wrote: »
    PAPYRUS3 wrote: »
    aemw93 wrote: »
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    Not as good as I thought it was going to be! 😫

    What about it that you didn't like...the white chocolate or the orange flavoring?

    I was curious too when it was posted...

    I’ll definitely try them when I see them. I love the combination of chocolate and orange.
  • skelterhelterskelterhelter Member Posts: 719 Member Member Posts: 719 Member
    Has anyone tried the onion ring type of peatos yet? zw29arpafqqr.png

    I had the fiery one and they're really good! Nice kick to it and doesn't taste like peas at all lol.

    I used to eat funyuns as a kid. Anything similar to those?

    Sorry it took so long to respond to this -- yes, they taste very similar to Funyuns! Almost better because Peatos are crunchier :) I've only tried the fiery ones, but I hear the original are identical to Funyuns.
  • o0Firekeeper0oo0Firekeeper0o Member Posts: 77 Member Member Posts: 77 Member
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    Story time: we went to a Lidl the other day and husband (who grew up in Northern Ireland) hoped desperately it would be like an import store with all his childhood Lidl loves from Europe. Sadly, it was not, but we still found a few goodies to try!

    I’ve had Jaffa cakes before but I feel like they’ve always been dry, dense and unpleasant. These are ADDICTIVE. Super light and soft cookie, sweet orange jelly, and a thin, crispy little shell of chocolate. Amazing

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    These rice cakes are exquisite. The cinnamon ones are super cinnamon-y and the caramel ones are very sweet. They’re small and crispy and delightful

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    This is popcorn coated in Old Bay. I don’t think I have to sell it any more lol

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    These taste exactly like pita chips, but they’re a thin, crispy puff. It’s an absolute texture food; completely addicting for the crunchy factor. Thank goodness they aren’t filled with something or I’d be in huge trouble.

    EDIT: I tried to swap the last 2 captions since the last 2 pics got out of order but then the post crashed and I’m on mobile so copy/paste takes minutes instead of seconds so I’m not doing it again :)
    edited October 17
  • janejellyrolljanejellyroll Member Posts: 24,313 Member Member Posts: 24,313 Member
    I want to try those Banza pizza crusts! Their pasta is very good.
  • IdontcareyoupickIdontcareyoupick Member Posts: 1,568 Member Member Posts: 1,568 Member
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    I want those cookies!
  • amart4224amart4224 Member Posts: 142 Member Member Posts: 142 Member
    @hgycta I looked for that Cheesecake Factory ice cream after seeing your post about it, and I agree - it's delicious and the flavor is unique! I also loved that there seemed to be chunks of chocolate, which you don't usually have in regular Cookies and Cream flavor.
  • PAPYRUS3PAPYRUS3 Member Posts: 7,858 Member Member Posts: 7,858 Member
  • o0Firekeeper0oo0Firekeeper0o Member Posts: 77 Member Member Posts: 77 Member
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    Not ‘new’ at all but my store had a BOGO sale on Annie’s gluten free shells and cheese; the deluxe kind that comes with a packet of cheese sauce instead of cheese powder. Holy frick it is delicious. If I’m going to be spending money on GF mac n cheese, I’m sticking with deluxe from now on :o
  • MaxematicsMaxematics Member Posts: 2,288 Member Member Posts: 2,288 Member
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    Thanks for posting this! I ordered a variety box after finding a 20% off coupon. $40 for the three premade pizzas and a box of two pizza crusts, including the shipping on dry ice, isn't a bad price at all. I know once they hit stores around here, they will definitely charge $8 to $10 per pizza anyway.

    I'm not big on pasta but I am allergic to most boxed pastas because of the ferrous sulfate in the enriched dough. When I do want pasta, Banza has been a great alternative. I've tried several alternatives and theirs taste the most like pasta to me. Since I have the same enriched dough issue with most pizza and calcium sulfate, I'm really looking forward to theirs.
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 4,667 Member Member Posts: 4,667 Member
  • MaxematicsMaxematics Member Posts: 2,288 Member Member Posts: 2,288 Member
    I already received my Banza pizza yesterday and I have to say I'm pretty impressed so far. I had the Margherita one for dinner last night.

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    It cooked evenly and the crust got nice and crispy; it didn't have that soggy middle like many frozen pizzas do. I would buy this again because it was way better than the Caulipower Margherita pizza. However, I think next time I would add spices to it because, despite the high sodium content, the flavor could have been amped up a bit.
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