Limited Edition Summer Treats – Pick Them Up Before They Are Gone!

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I like the standard flavors of many snack and treat foods.  But it’s always fun to try limited-edition flavors.  They can be hit or miss, sometimes I’m sorry I’ve purchased them and other times I’m sad when I can’t find the flavor any more!  Here’s a list with a few of the items I’ve tried or seen in the stores this season that are limited-edition.

Nestle Crunch Girl Scout Candy Bars are back!  Introduced in 2012 to tremendous excitement and fanfare, the limited-edition Nestle Crunch Girl Scout Candy Bars won the 2012 Best New Product award by Better Homes & Gardens and have sold in record numbers every time they hit store shelves in early summer.  Inspired by the three most popular flavors of Girl Scout Cookies, Nestle Crunch Girl Scout Candy Bars are produced under license from Girl Scouts of the USA and come in three varieties:

* Thin Mints – Dark chocolate cookie wafers and mint chocolate creme, topped with airy crispies and a rich, dark chocolately coating.
* Caramel & Coconut – Cookie wafers layered with coconut caramel creme and chewy caramel, topped with toasted coconut and drizzled with caramel stripes.
* Peanut Butter Creme – Cookie wafers layered with smooth peanut butter creme, topped with airy crispies and with a creamy, chocolatey coating.

Limited-Edition Birthday Cake Flavor Pop-Tarts

Pop-Tarts continues to make everyone smile as they celebrate 50 years of tasty goodness.  

 50th Birthday Pop-Tarts Birthday Cake flavor features a sweet cupcake-flavored center topped with white frosting and confetti sprinkles.  This limited-edition Pop-Tarts is exclusively sold at Walmart.  It’s a Birthday Party in and out of the toaster.

Cookie Dough Oreos & Marshmallow Crispy Oreos

The Cookie Dough flavor has chocolate chips mixed into the chocolate cream that’s in the middle.

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The Marshmallow Crispy flavor has crispy bits mixed into the vanilla cream center.

Oreo Cookies

Limited-Edition Baja Blast Mountain Dew

Baja Blast was originally introduced 10 years ago at Taco Bell.  Now they’re available in cans and bottles.  

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It’s Dew with a Blast of Natural and Artificial Tropical Line Flavor.  Stock up now, because when summer is gone, Baja Blast will be too.

Haagen-Dazs has two new limited-edition ice cream varieties.  Banana Split Ice Cream and Midnight Cookies & Cream Ice Cream.

Banana Split will be in the freezer cases until October and is whipped cream and banana flavored ice cream that has cherry and strawberry chunks and fudge ribbons.

Banana-split sandwich

Midnight Cookies & Cream has chocolate wafers and fudge ribbons in chocolate ice cream.

Haagen Dazs Midnight Cookies & Cream

Have you tried any of these limited-edition flavored products?  If so what did you think of them?  Do you have any other limited-edition flavored products to recommend to us? 

16 thoughts on “Limited Edition Summer Treats – Pick Them Up Before They Are Gone!

  1. This is a horrible post to read while dieting! The thin mint nestled crunch bar is delicious. The pop tarts are very sweet. My kids always get the Baja blast at Tacobell. I need those Oreos!

  2. My kids would probably like the poptarts. I don't really like that they have Girl Scout flavored candy bars because people can buy things like Girl Scout cookies without the money benefiting the girls.

  3. Paula – My guess is the Girl Scouts probably profit more from the licensing agreement that Nestlé purchased off them for the candy bars then the local council sees from any cookie sales. My daughter's GS council only received 50 cents per box of cookies sold for the $4.00 box price. I actually stopped buying them and just gave money to her troop. They got more money and I didn't have the temptation of eating all the cookies 😉

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