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Food news of the week 11-09-18


You can buy an Oreo dunking kit for the holidays this year.

We’ve all had the dunking struggle at one point or another. It always seems like the cookie is either too crunchy or too mushy. This dunking kit, available on Walmart’s website for $17.98, comes with 13 Oreos and two glass mugs. The set also comes with two cookie cages so you can stack your cookies right on the side of the mug. You get a pair of cookie tongs with the kit so you can keep a full grasp on the Oreo while it soaks and then pull it right back out without crumbling the classic treat. Sounds pretty genius to us. Happy dunking, everyone! [Delish]

You can celebrate the countdown to the holidays with a Reese’s advent calendar.

Ranging from alcohol to cheese to candy, advent calendars (calendars that countdown to Christmas with a different picture, gift or food item for each day) get more and more elaborate every year. And this year, you can celebrate all December long with Reese’s version of an advent calendar. Behind each of the 24 cardboard doors, you’ll find either a miniature Reese’s peanut butter cup or a four-piece packet of Reese’s Pieces. Buy the advent calendar here for $16.89. It’s the perfect excuse for eating peanut butter and chocolate all month long. [Insider]

Amazon Prime will offer a one-hour delivery for Whole Foods groceries on Thanksgiving day.

You won’t have any last-minute Thanksgiving panic attacks this year if you have Amazon Prime. If you need an ingredient and you’re too busy to make your way to the store, Whole Foods will deliver your groceries within an hour of your order time on Thanksgiving Day, up to 2 p.m. This offer will be available in more than half of the continental United States and Washington, D.C. [Delish]

Food news of the week 11-09-18

Halo Top

Halo Top’s Gingerbread House pint is back for the holiday season.

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, Halo Top brought back its seasonal fan favorite, Gingerbread House, for all of your sundae and ice cream sandwich needs. The Gingerbread House flavor is loaded with ginger cookie bites and rich swirls of icing. Each pint is 360 calories and will be available with retailers nationwide until the end of December. We’ll be dipping our gingerbread cookies into this festive flavor all season long. [Bustle]

You can rip mini shots of your favorite coffee with flavors from Krispy Kreme and Hershey’s.

When you don’t have time to sip on an entire cup of coffee, chug these 2-ounce coffee shots from FORTO and be on your merry way. This coffee shot company makes mini cups that contain the same amount of caffeine as your average cup of joe, and you can enjoy them in flavors like Krispy Kreme “Original Glazed Latte,” Gevalia “Espresso,” Original Donut Shop “Sweet and Creamy Latte,” “Hershey’s Latte,” “Pumpkin Spice Latte” and Green Mountain “Peppermint Mocha Latte.”

Each shot rings in between zero and 25 calories. You can buy a six-pack for $11.95 online or individual shots for $2 or $3 in stores. There’s no refrigeration required and these coffee shots are safe to bring with you through airport security. [Amazon]


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