The Best Things We Ate This Week (November 13-17)

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.

Chobani Oatmilk Oat Nog

Vegans, rejoice! This Chobani Oatmilk Oat Nog is a wonderful addition to your holiday grocery list. It’s creamy, rich, and has the perfect level of sweetness. It’s not too overpowering, making it wonderful for eggnog lovers and novices alike.

Rudi’s Gluten Free Garlic Texas Toast

I ate an entire piece of this and had no clue it was gluten free. It tastes like normal bread! Plus, it’s super salty and garlicky. You could serve this gluten free garlic bread to a group of celiacs and non-celiacs and everyone would be happy. That’s how good it is!

Dewey’s Bakery Triple Ginger Cookies

These ginger cookies are airy and crispy. They’re perfect if you want a light dessert. They pack a gingery punch but they aren’t too spicy for people who aren’t into that ginger burn. These are my favorite ginger cookies out there and I think you should buy them!

SOMOS Salsa Macha with Nuts and Seeds

SOMOS’s new salsa macha is based on the classic Mexican salsa that is made using nuts, seeds, dried chilies, and oil. They describe it as “Mexican chili crisp.” The texture is incredible. It’s so crunchy. The oil is wonderfully spicy and roasty toasty (TM me). You could put this on anything. Literally anything!

DiGiorno Thanksgiving Pizza

Are you surprised? I’m not! DiGiorno makes incredible frozen pizzas. This takes the already wonderful DiGiorno Detroit-style crust and tops it with peppery gravy, melty cheese, and seasonal foods like turkey, dried cranberries, and sweet potatoes. This is so savory and warm—a fun holiday treat through and through.

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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