All things food—trendy or just downright delicious—are great. But sometimes it's hard to keep up with all the food news out there. To help you stay in the know, here are the five new products that you need to get your hands on today.  

Target Is Selling Unicorn Ice Cream With Glitter Candy Bits 

Target just launched its own Market Pantry Unicorn Magic ice cream flavor. It might be a little late in the unicorn trend game, but hey, better late than never! According to @candyhunting who posted about it on Instagram, the ice cream packs "a pink fruity base with a sour blue raspberry swirl, a frosting swirl, and glitter candy bits." Um, yes, please. You can get this flavor in select stores today (refer to Target's website to find it available near you). 

Krispy Kreme Is Now Selling a Reese's Peanut Butter Egg Dougnut

Your favorite Easter candy is getting stuffed and fried into doughnut form. For a limited time, you can now get your hands on a Reese's Peanut Butter Egg Doughnut at Krispy Kreme. The doughnut is not glazed (gasp!), but instead, is covered in a Hershey's chocolate icing, filled with a blend of peanut butter Kreme, topped with chopped peanuts, and is decorated with blue and yellow frosting like a beautiful Easter egg. 

Krispy Kreme's spring doughnut line-up also includes a Sprinkles Spring Doughnut, a chocolate glazed doughnut with pastel sprinkles, and a Chick Spring Doughnut, decorated to look like a spring chick with white Kreme filling, topped with yellow and orange icing, and yellow sugar. 

7-Eleven Now Has a Tater Tot Bar, and You Can Top Them With Whatever You Want

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7-Eleven is now selling tater tots and you can top them with everything from onions, jalapeños, and pico de gallo, to chili and cheese. According to Foodbeast, the tots cost only $1 for 10, or $2 for 25. That's a steal! Although, apparently, some of the toppings (like chili and cheese) may cost extra. You can find the tots now at a local participating location. 

Cool Whip Added Oreos to Their Mix, and It Seriously Deserves an Award or Something

Hold up, hold up, hold up—Oreos and whipped cream? I've for sure died and gone to heaven. The product is called Cool Whip Mix-Ins, and Instagram user @thejunkfoodaisle brought this to the world's attention recently, sharing that they found it at Safeway (seriously, God bless).

I have yet to try it, but PopSugar reports that @junkfoodmom on Insta (who found it at Walmart) calls it "Oreo mousse in a tub," that's "light [and] creamy with a delicate cookies n cream flavor." 

Flamin' Hot Cheetos Had a Baby With Rold Gold Pretzel Thin Crisps and OMG

Picture Rold Gold Pretzel Things smothered in Flamin' Hot Cheeto dust. In the words of Paris Hilton, "That's hot." Instagram user @junkbanter posted about the snack late last month and said the snack has "a little more delayed heat than the Cheetos," but they're still pretty spicy. However, they note that the pretzel thin crisp holds more of the Flamin' Hot flavor.

I would suggest dipping these in a ranch dip or maybe in Heluva Good's Dill Pickle Dip to cool it down (or in my opinion, take it to the next level). You can find these in most grocery stores now. 


+ Target's new Unicorn ice cream has sparkling candy bits (YAS).

+ Krispy Kreme is selling three new doughnuts for spring, including one that's basically a Reese's Peanut Butter Egg in doughnut form.

+ 7-Eleven now has tater tots with optional toppings like cheese and jalapeños.

+ Cool Whip is finally mixing Oreos in its creamy topping, and the possibilities are endless.

+ Flamin' Hot Pretzel Thin Crisps aren't as hot as the Cheetos version, yet they can hold more Flamin' flavor.