primizie snack crisps. OMG. I don’t ever want to buy these again. They are so good and I can’t stop eating them. (Updated to add: I’ve bought them numerous times.) The whole look and feel of this brand is just…I love it. Not to mention they’re addicting-ly tasty.
dunkin donut k-cups. Ok so I hate using k-cups because I think they are really wasteful and the coffee isn’t that great. BUT, the dunkin donuts k-cups? Taste just like dunkin donut coffee, which I can’t get here in LA.
popcorn indiana “fit pop” in herb and parmesan. I’m such a sucker for popcorn. You can also eat the whole bag for lunch if you need to…not that I would know anything about that.
evol quesadillas + guacamole. I had these for lunch not too long ago and they are a great meal to have in the freezer, really tasty! Two servings per box though? Not in my world. I love that they come with a side of guacamole!
qrunch burgers. I have to admit that I’m kind of anti-veggie burgers (with a few exceptions ) but these, are in a world of their own. The ingredients are stellar (organic millet, organic quinoa, organic coconut oil, organic vegetables, etc.) and are free of soy/wheat/nut/egg/dairy/corn. Oddly enough, my favorite way to eat them is for breakfast! I toast until crunchy and top with a fried egg and a slice of goat cheese. It’s been kind of life-changing.
quinn microwave popcorn. I think I’ve probably mentioned this before, but….I love this stuff. (Yikes, more popcorn!) Yes, it’s pricey. But it’s pure. And the packaging is to-die-for. I usually buy from amazon (prime!) or Whole Foods if I’m desperate.
happy pantry fermented foods. This isn’t available nationally (maybe soon?) but it is just too good not to share. We picked up some kimchee at a farmer’s market in San Diego and I eat it by the forkful. It’s so good. And good for you!
love grown foods hot oats. I love the idea of packaged oats (for emergencies and desk drawers or it seems wasteful and expensive) so I picked up the blueberry banana walnut hot oats and ate it with a scoop of peanut butter. The oats were great! I loved that they weren’t too sweet – there wasn’t a whole lot of banana, blueberries or walnuts in it – but a simple ingredient list. Too expensive for a daily breakfast but a great option for traveling and/or breakfast “emergencies!”
Have you recently tried a new food that you love and/or I NEED to try?