Fekkai products are really great. I've been going to the now closed salon in LA for years and I'll typically buy their product on the way out. The stylist will use it in my hair and it always looks and smells great. I wish that I could recreate the out of the salon look every day, but I cannot... the spray helps to give it a bit of a non flat hair look so that is better than nothing.
These are too expensive for so little yogurt. You are essentially paying for three gulps of yougurt and then all the packaging. I also hate that kids like them so much because it's easy for them to eat. There is very little value for this item, so I don't buy them.
It's been so long since I've had one of these cookies. My kid has a peanut allergy so I don't buy this anymore. However, I have so many fond memories eating these growing up. Never change these cookies! They were perfect as they were with the filling and the peanut shaped cookies.
This is my fake out of chips that are better than the leading brand, but you know it's not really better for you. The cheese flavor is really strong though which is tasty. You can eat the small snack bag size and be satisfied. It's a good chip option.
I like this cereal because of the yogurt bits in the mix. I prefer to eat this cereal dry so that the stuff doesn't get all soggy. This is more of a snack for us than a cereal with milk type of item. The sweetness of it makes my kid think it's a treat and snack.
I don't buy juice for the house much anymore because of the sugar content. However, if I am hosting a brunch at home I will pick up this brand of juice for mimosas or the kids who want oj. It tastes good and it's usually priced in the range that I spend on juice.
The bunny shape is cute and this company supposedly started as a home grown type company... But have you tasted these before? They are gritty and just off on texture. I've gotten them several times thinking it's just something off with one batch, but it's just the product. You really got to just stick with goldfish crackers.
I found that the whole grain version of goldfish is easily swapped with the regular ones in my household. My daughter has grown up eating whole wheat and whole grain foods, so luckily she is fine as long as it's a goldfish cracker. I will get these for her or the rainbow ones, and she's happy.
There are plenty of nut brands out there nowadays, planters having been around for the longest with their peanut cans. I actually don't buy planters anymore really unless it's a deal for them at target. Usually, it's too much salt and all you want is a simple roasted unsalted nut that doesn't cost an arm and leg.