All the New Fall Groceries You Should Add to Your Cart ASAP

The best part? You can buy them online!

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September 12, 2019

Tired of the same old groceries lining your kitchen shelves? Fear not — the new season brings brand-new products straight to your grocery store. From *fancy* chocolate chips to Twinkie-flavored coffee, these are the foods we’re adding to our carts ASAP this fall.

Instacart, $4.45

Cancel your trip to Disney World! Dole Whip is coming straight to your supermarket’s freezer aisle. Meet Dole’s Spoonable Smoothies, a refreshing frozen treat modeled after that famous pineapple soft serve. The smoothies come in strawberry banana and pineapple banana flavors, and the pineapple banana flavor supposedly tastes exactly like Dole Whip. And the cherry on top? Both smoothies weigh in at less than 200 calories.

RXBAR, $17.99 for 6-pack

If you're a fan of RXBAR, you’ve probably tried just about every flavor and debated which one reigns supreme (Chocolate Sea Salt, of course). Now, your favorite protein bar comes in a different form: instant oats. RXBAR recently released RX A.M. Oats, which is basically an RXBAR... but as oatmeal. Each single-serve cup can be prepared hot or as overnight oats, and the oatmeal is available in three flavors: Maple, Apple Cinnamon and Chocolate.

Sam’s Club, $5.98

Well, we knew it was inevitable. The uber-popular "Baby Shark" song has already given us everything from a TV show to Halloween costumes, and now that craze includes cereal. The limited-edition "Baby Shark" cereal contains berry-flavored rings and marshmallows, and it’s available in a two-pack at Sam’s Club. Whether you’re pouring it in a bowl with milk or using it as a crunchy topping for ice cream, there’s so much you can doo-doo-doo.

Walmart, $4.28

If you eat gluten-free, now you can have your cake and eat it too. GODIVA has made it quick and easy to get your chocolate cake fix — minus the flour. This Flourless Chocolate Torte baking mix was inspired by GODIVA’s fan-favorite Midnight Swirl chocolate, and it boasts a velvety, dark chocolate taste.

Instacart, $2.97

Country Crock’s plant-based butter just got an upgrade. When the company originally launched its butter alternative, it was only available in stick form. Great for baking... but not so much for spreading. Now, Country Crock has released its plant-based butter in tubs, meaning it’s SO much more spreadable. The rich and creamy taste is still there, and this dairy-free butter is also the perfect consistency for sautéing and stir-frying.

Victor Allen, $34.99 for 72 K-Cups

Your fave ’90s snacks — but with a twist. Hostess is taking a leap into the coffee biz by releasing a line of K-Cups that taste just like its classic snack cakes: Twinkies, Ding Dongs, Sno Balls and Honey Buns. Just pop a K-Cup into your Keurig machine to indulge in nostalgia-infused coffee.

Sam’s Club, $15.98

Kiss those fast food chicken sandwiches buh-bye. Not only did Sam’s Club introduce a frozen chicken sandwich that some say rivals Chick-fil-A’s, but heck, the superstore also came out with waffle fries!

Target, $3.79

Pumpkin spice isn’t the only flavor hitting the grocery shelves this fall. Nabisco has released new Maple Créme Oreos to ease your end-of-summer blues. Available for a limited time, this Oreo flavor is comprised of two vanilla cookies filled with a maple-flavored créme.

Target, $0.99

Who said you can’t start your day with cookie dough? Chobani’s new yogurt flavor is the perfect dessert-for-breakfast combo. Each Chobani Flip cup contains low-fat vanilla Greek yogurt on one side and a mix of cookie dough bites, cookie rice crisps and chocolate chips on the other side. Simply dump the cookie bites into the Greek yogurt, stir and enjoy cookie dough ice cream vibes.

The Popcorn Factory, $14.99

The ultimate Southern comfort food is now a snack, thanks to The Popcorn Factory. This drool-worthy popcorn hits all the notes of sweet and savory. It’s made with the spicy flavors of the herbs that coat a piece of fried chicken, and those flavors are paired with the buttery, syrupy flavors of a fresh stack of buttermilk waffles. Sign us up!

Walmart, $2.97

Coffee drinkers are going to have a hard time saying no to these chocolate chips. Nestlé has launched espresso-flavored morsels made with REAL roasted coffee. Think about it: adding these espresso chips to your fave baking recipes gives your desserts that rich coffee taste.

Amazon, $28.68 for a 12-pack

Coffee and Bailey’s Irish Cream go together like peanut butter and jelly. So, it’s about time Bailey’s combined the two in a convenient can for on-the-go sipping. The cold brew cans come in two flavors: Salted Caramel and Irish Cream. The only catch? These cans might be made by Bailey’s, but they’re non-alcoholic. Because while we love a caffeine buzz, we don’t necessarily want the other type of buzz in the morning 😬.

Walmart, $3.48

Take your chocolate chips to a fancier level. Nestlé offers high quality chocolate with their new Artisan Collection line. These premium chocolate chips are sourced and crafted from 100% single-origin chocolate, and each cacao bean is sun-dried and slow roasted for a rich and natural chocolate taste. Grab ’em in two flavors: Extra Semi-Sweet and Extra Dark Chocolate.

Sam's Club, $10.98

Put your veggie spiralizer DOWN. You can now make tasty plant-based noodles in half the time. Tattooed Chef and Sam’s Club have recently launched frozen noodles made from 100% real zucchini and yellow squash, and they’re seriously so easy to make. The zucchini and yellow squash spirals come in nests, so the noodles won’t clump together as you heat them up. Just place the veggie nests in a skillet with water, stir, season and serve. See? Eating healthy doesn’t have to be hard.

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