If eating way too much junk food for way too many years has taught me anything:
- Fruit tastes better with yogurt.
- I could definitely use help pooping.
Today we’ll put #1 to the test and see if it could help me #2.
Skittles Dips, a product that literally nobody asked for, are here! They feature the classic Skittles mix that you know and love (except that the green is still that bullshit green apple when it should be lime) covered in a creamy yogurt flavored coating. Weird!
This is something that I never in my wildest dreams would have thought I needed, but I’m here for them anyway.
It’s kind of off-putting to see the bright colors of Skittles reduced to only a pale hint of each one. In fact if you’re eating Skittles Dips in a dimly lit room where you shamefully eat most of your freakshow snacks, it’s pretty hard to tell the difference between the colors.
Am I about to eat a red one? Grape? Is that a black Skittle?
What I do know is that these will not be a hit with everyone, but they’re a hit with me.
I can’t really explain why I like Skittles Dips other than that I’m a gross human being. Each Skittle has a very thick “yogurt flavored coating” that tastes more like white chocolate than anything. The strange part is that it kind of breaks off and immediately melts when your teeth sink into them before the flavor transitions over to normal Skittles, creating something of a fruit & creme vibe.
They’re not as immediately snackable as normal Skittles; that is, you won’t be as tempted to shove an entire handful down your gullet due to their heft (but I did this anyway).
Despite appearing to be strange bedfellows, I think the two components work well together and I’m oddly into them.
I should clarify that these don’t use any real yogurt and therefore have zero probiotic capabilities, but I’m on my way to the can anyway.
Probiotic Rating: 0 out of 10
Symbiotic Rating: 9 out of 10
Overall Rating: 8 out of 10
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