Patti LaBelle Adds an Unexpected Dessert to Her Line at Walmart

Patti LaBelle has given us a new reason to scream, “Oh, Patti!” As of today, you can now pick up Patti LaBelle Banana Pudding, sold exclusively at Walmart for $10. According to a press release sent by the company, “The new pudding is prepared with high quality ingredients for an authentic, home-style taste . . . It features rich banana pudding and a creamy banana pudding mousse studded with 12 vanilla wafers and a vanilla wafer crumble.” While we adore Magnolia Bakery’s banana pudding, we’re going to have to put Patti’s to the test.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer Has a Twitter Feud With Dippin’ Dots

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has very strong opinions about his ice cream. The outspoken representative of President Trump has tweeted at Dippin’ Dots in a series of tweets from 2010 to 2015.

Spicer dislikes the company so much, he even tweeted out an article in 2011 pointing out the brand’s financial troubles.

After Spicer’s tweets started to go viral, Dippin’ Dots CEO Scott Fischer replied with a public letter on his website.

It seems that the frozen treat brand is trying to patch things up and even offered Spicer and the Trump administration an ice cream social. We hope the two men can work this out, because the world is better with more ice cream in it.

These Are the Top 13 Most Popular Trader Joe’s Foods From 2016

If Trader Joe’s is your happy place, you’ll relate to the following list of popular products all too well. Trader Joe’s released its eighth annual customer choice award winners, which is a list of the most popular products of the year, including some of the best new Trader Joe’s products of 2016 as well as some fan favorites that have appeared on shelves for years. Ahead, take a look at the 13 most popular foods customers couldn’t get enough of last year, and see how many you’ve added to your cart (and which ones to try next). Spoiler: the Mandarin Orange Chicken stole the show.

Very Important PSA: You Can Get Dole Whip Outside of Disneyland

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Dole Pineapple Whip is one of the most beloved snacks available at the Disney parks, as any Disney devotee will gladly tell you. Creamy, tropical, and refreshing, the frozen treat inspires such nostalgia that it has spawned entire blog posts – people love Dole Whip, and they’re not messing around. While many believe the snack to be a Disney exclusive, there are places to find the whip outside of the park . . . so if you’re pining (get it?!) for frozen pineapple whip but don’t have a Disney vacation on the books, we’ve got your back.


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While they’re not all endorsed by Dole itself, you can find pineapple whip at a variety of locations. Bay Area Disney fans swear by a place called Pineapples, which will top the tasty treat with everything from li hing powder to mochi. Los Angeles residents line up for Whipp’d, which serves the exact same Dole Whip that’s available at Disneyland. If you’re in Hawaii, you can head to the Dole Plantation and taste Dole Whip right from the source! And people all across the country have reported pineapple whip sightings from Oregon to Indiana . . . so have no fear. While Dole Whip always tastes better at Disney because of the magical environment, you can still satisfy your cravings outside of the park.

Where’s your favorite place to eat pineapple whip? Let us know in the comments!

New England vs. Atlanta: The Food Edition

The New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons will go head to head at the Super Bowl this year, but which area does food better? As you research dishes to inspire your game-day spread, we pulled some of the most iconic foods from the Boston region and Atlanta (and a few from each respective state). Go ahead and determine a clear winner before the big game’s kickoff.

13 Recipes That Prove the Instant Pot Is the New Slow Cooker

Chances are you’ve been seeing Instant Pot recipes all over the internet lately. If you’re scratching your head wondering what exactly that means or if an instant pot is the same thing as a slow cooker, allow this beginner breakdown to help. The Instant Pot is a countertop cooking tool that’s like a cross between a pressure cooker, a slow cooker, and a sauté pan. According to its description, it’s a “multi-cooker, capable of replacing a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker/porridge maker, sauté/browning pan, steamer, yogurt maker, and stockpot warmer.”

Plenty of bloggers and cooks are fans of the Instant Pot and have figured out how to make chicken, soups, rice, and even cheesecake in the appliance. If you’re curious about experimenting with an Instant Pot – and potentially replacing your slow cooker – read ahead for 13 recipes to start with.

Your Wait to Try Oreo Creme Eggs Is Over

News about the Cadbury Oreo Creme Egg has been all over the internet, but trying to get your hands on one is another story. Luckily for you, we whipped up our own version of this delicious treat! With this recipe, you’ll be the envy of everyone on your Instagram feed. Don’t forget to make your own version of the original Cadbury Creme Egg with our recipe.

Oreo Creme Eggs

From Brandi Milloy, POPSUGAR Food


  1. For the chocolate shell:
  2. 2 cups milk chocolate, melted and divided
  1. For the filling:
  2. 5 cookie shells
  3. Cream for 10 chocolate cookie sandwiches
  4. 1/4 cup white chocolate, melted
  1. For presentation:
  2. Blue foil candy wrappers


  1. Pour 1 3/4 cups of melted milk chocolate into 16 dry egg candy molds and rotate so it’s distributed evenly. Freeze for 5 minutes to set and then repeat with a second coating of chocolate. Freeze again for 5 minutes.
  2. To make the filling, remove cream from 10 chocolate cookie sandwiches and place it in a bowl. Add 1/4 cup of melted white chocolate and mix together. Crush five cookie shells and add to the chocolate and cream mixture until evenly distributed.
  3. To assemble, spread cream filling into two eggs and press them together. Use the remaining 1/4 cup of warm melted milk chocolate to seal the edges. Wrap each egg in blue foil to give as gifts, or enjoy then and there!

We’ll Accept Endless Bouquets of This Rose-Shaped Ice Cream

If all roses were disguised as ice cream, we’d be much more likely to ask for bouquets. Cauldron Ice Cream in Santa Ana, CA, is making that dream a little closer to reality by serving up insanely pretty rose-shaped ice cream scoops inside “puffles,” aka bubble waffle cones. People who don’t live close to Cauldron Ice Cream get to live vicariously through Instagram, where customers can’t help but show off their eye-catching pastel ice cream cones in a variety of mouthwatering flavors, including Earl Grey Lavender, Vietnamese Coffee, S’mores, and Pineapple Express. If you, like us, can’t get enough of this creative take on ice cream, scroll through to feast your eyes on some of the most beautiful “flowers” you’ll ever see.

The 1 Thing You Should Add to Your Fried Rice, According to Benihana

If you’ve ever had Benihana’s chicken fried rice, you’ve truly tasted the nectar of the gods. The flavor is incomparable, and it’s so addictive that if you don’t stop yourself, you’d easily eat an entire flat-top-filled serving (no shame). After making Benihana’s fried rice recipe for ourselves, we finally learned the secret ingredient that makes all the difference – and no, it doesn’t have anything to do with an onion volcano, although those are impressive too. The secret is garlic butter, and plenty of it.

Instead of sauteing garlic in oil before adding the vegetables and chicken, Benihana adds full-on scoops of butter infused with garlic, and that fatty flavor seeps into every nook and cranny of the rice. The cooks add two tablespoons of garlic butter to the diced chicken breast as it’s cooking, and they later add more spoonfuls of garlic butter to the rice as they’re mixing everything together toward the end. The garlic butter has a darkened color, so it appears the cooks might even take it a step further by caramelizing the garlic before blending it with butter. Now that you know the trick to making Benihana’s fried rice, you can serve your own version at home – no tricks or flips required. Start with a garlic butter recipe, and then make the best copycat Benihana’s fried rice you’ll ever have.

15 Decadent Chocolate Truffles You Need to Make For Valentine’s Day

Chocolate truffles are the perfect dessert for Valentine’s Day and the best part is they couldn’t be easier to make. These bite-size balls of decadence are even better than chocolate-covered strawberries and there are so many ways to customize them to fit your preference. Whether you live for dark chocolate, only like white chocolate, or obsess over the combination of peanut butter and chocolate, there’s a truffle recipe that you’ll want to bookmark for Valentine’s Day and beyond. Treat yourself, your significant other, or your BFF to a batch of any of these gift-worthy and irresistible chocolate treats.