Food: Valentine's Day Froot Loops and Fruity Pebbles Pancake Mix

Valentine's Day Froot Loops and Fruity Pebbles Pancake Mix

Here's something to ruin your New Year's weight goal: Fruity Pebbles-flavored pancake mix is now a thing you can buy.

It looks like a regular mix but with a pack of Fruity Pebbles to stir in . . . plus FROSTING to spread on top. They teamed up with Mrs. Butterworth's for it, and they're also selling a Fruity Pebbles syrup. Look for them at Walmart. (Here's the mix and the syrup.)

In other cereal news: Special Valentine's Day Froot Loops are coming, called Froot Loops "Sweethearts." They're supposed to look like those candy hearts with messages written on them. But the cereal version doesn't have writing. And they're also solid, not "loops" . . . so, lots of rules broken. Look for them at Target. 

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The 2022 Pennsylvania Farm Show has unveiled its latest butter sculpture, which was carved from a HALF-TON of butter. 

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Taco Bell Has Launched Its $10 Monthly Subscription Service

A while back, we heard Taco Bell was testing out a subscription service, which seemed like a brilliant idea . . . a challenge . . . AND a health advisory. And it must have been a success because they just launched it nationwide yesterday.

It's called the Taco Lover's Pass, and here's how it works: You pay $10 a month, and then you're able to get one FREE taco every day. Your options include A soft taco, a spicy potato soft taco, crunchy tacos, and the Doritos tacos.

It's all done through the Taco Bell app. So you download it . . . sign up for a subscription . . . and make all your orders there. You will see your free taco option every day in the app. Individual tacos typically cost $1.39 to $2.39, so you'll have to go between three and seven times every month to break even.

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And Now: There's Going to Be Alcoholic Fresca 

Fresca is fine, it's just a little boring. It's the soda that grandma always has in her fridge. But that's about to change . . . grandma is getting TIPSY.

Coca-Cola makes Fresca, and they've just announced that they're going to start producing an ALCOHOLIC version later this year. It'll be called Fresca Mixed, and the flavors will be "inspired by recipes created by Fresca fans [worldwide]."

It's unclear what the alcohol content will be. But last year, Pepsi announced an upcoming spiked version of Mountain Dew, which will be 5% alcohol.

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Krispy Kreme Introduces New Chocolate Glazed Minis

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