The Best Things We Ate This Week (July 24-28)

Every week, the Sporked team sidles up to the tasting table and sets out to find the absolute best of the best packaged foods, the gold hidden in the grocery aisles. Each week we’ll bring you five standouts that truly rocked our taste buds and changed our lives—or at least our buying habits. Here are the best things we ate this week.

Great Value Original Plain Oat Milk

This is the creamiest, most delicious oat milk I have ever tasted. It’s better than the expensive brands. I cannot believe what a great job Great Value has done with their oat milk. For an incredible vegan treat, dunk Dark Chocolate Oreos (see #2) in this stuff!

Cape Cod Sea Salt & Cracker Pepper Potato Chips

Certain flavors of Cape Cod chips might be a little difficult to acquire if you don’t live in the Northeast. If you do, you’re lucky! If you don’t, this Sea Salt & Cracked Pepper variety is worth the hunt. The pepper flavor is so fresh. These are great on their own or with a mild dip.

Kellogg’s Birthday Cake Frozen Waffles

There is nothing weird or artificial about the cake flavor in these Kellogg’s Birthday Cake waffles, and that’s why I love them. Another thing that really sets them apart is that the waffle is yellow-cake flavored. It’s so sweet and wonderful. Eating these makes it feel like every day is your birthday!

Dark Chocolate Oreos

A Double Stuf Oreo is already 10/10, no notes. Can Oreo really make a flavor that’s better? Well, they’ve created a flavor that certainly gives Double Stuf a run for its money. If regular Oreos are just a tad too sweet for you, these are perfect.

White Castle Classic Cheese Sliders

There’s really nothing like them. The meat-to-bread ratio is perfect. The diced, grilled onions are incredible. The cheese is melty and plentiful. They are absolutely perfect. I, however, add yellow mustard and a dill pickle slice because I grew up going to Krystal and not White Castle because I’m from the South.

About the Author

Jordan Myrick

Jordan is an L.A.-based writer and comedian who believes all food should come with extra sauce. When they're not writing for Sporked, Jordan is at the movies or sharing an order of french fries with their elderly chihuahua.

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  • White Castles in the restaurant come with pickle. No mustard, though.