Whether you’re looking for new snacks or quick weeknight meals to switch up your routines, keep your eyes peeled for some the newest products to hit grocery store shelves in Canada. From Timbit-inspired cereals to protein powders and meatless pot pies, here’s the scoop on the latest must-try grocery items. (Prices will vary depending on store and locations).
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Tim Horton's Timbits Cereal
It’s the sugary treat you didn’t know you needed! Kids and adults alike can indulge in these sweet cereals from the Canadian coffee staple. Fans of chocolate glazed and birthday cake doughnuts will be thrilled by this recent turn of events. Don’t forget to add a box to your grocery list! Prefer to forgo the trip to the grocery store? You can order the Timbits Birthday Cake and Chocolate Glazed cereals on Amazon for $3 each. You can also try you hand at making these vibrant matcha and raspberry mochi doughnuts.
Pringles' Wendy's Baconator Chips
Starting this month, for a limited time only, you can savour all the flavours of Wendy’s iconic Baconator burger in a single bite of Pringles chips. That’s right: one chip tastes like a half-pound of juicy beef, melted cheese, crispy smoked bacon, ketchup and mayo. For more inspiration, whip up a batch of these sweet and savoury fries that’ll satisfy your carb cravings.
Kellogg's Eggo Cereal
For kids (and adults) who prefer their breakfasts sweet and decadent, look no further than this new Eggo Chocolate Flavour Cereal. Each box is packed with mini chocolate-flavoured waffle-shaped pieces that are dusted in a chocolate coating. Bonus: you can also grab a box of Eggo Maple Syrup Flavour Cereal for a truly Canadian touch.
Honibe's Honey Pops
A fun and tasty solution to sore throats that kids will actually love? Sign us up! These pure honey lollipops for kids will soothe aching throats with all-natural ingredients that also help boost the immune system. Manufactured in Prince Edward Island using Canadian honey, these pops are available in cherry, strawberry, lemon and natural honey. Adults can try these healing ginger recipes for cold and flu season.
Honey Maid's S'mores Cereal
Start dreaming of summer campfires by indulging in this new cereal that boasts all the bold flavours of homemade s’mores, right down to its chocolatey goodness, sweet marshmallows and graham crackers. Skip an outing to the store and order your Honey Maid S’Mores cereal from Amazon for $3 per box. You can also try your hand at baking these S’mores Butter Tarts.
EverGrain's Protein Powders
EverGrain has released two product lines of nutrient-rich, ancient-grain products this month. EverPro‘s high concentrate barley rice protein powder can be added to beverages, protein bars and snacks, while EverVita’s protein- and fiber-rich barley compound can be added to your favourite recipes (think: baked goods, pasta, snacks) to help boost nutrition and gut health without sacrificing taste and texture. Check out these tasty food trends we’ll be devouring this year.
Pearl Milling Company Rebranding
This month, Quaker Oats officially announced the rebranding of their popular pancake mixes and syrups. Previously known as Aunt Jemima, the 130-year-old brand will now go by Pearl Milling Company, following public outrage over its name and characterizations. Quaker Oats released a statement acknowledging that the brand previously perpetuated racist stereotypes that dated back to the days of slavery. The rollout will be gradual in the coming months, with the complete switch over being finalized in June.