Well I had hoped to post more, I had other holiday items to write about, but here it is Christmas Eve and this is my first post in December.
Well to get it out of the way first, I managed to find it again this year:
After I read about the return of Chocodiles on Dinosaur Dracula, I became determined to find them. Now I live in Canada, and they most definitely do not sell Chocodiles in Canada, so everytime I went on a quest for the Chocodiles I had to drive an hour to Bellingham, WA.
I made 3 trips and checked many, many grocery stores trying to find the elusive Chocodile. I’m not kidding in saying I checked 9 different stores in one trip without success.
It has been a while since my last post, but I can’t let a holiday season go bye without writing about some random crap.
How about Snickerdoodle milk?
Yes, it is a real thing. Sold at Target.
I didn’t remember to grab a picture of what it actually looked like, but the packaging is a good representation. It is basically a little lighter colored than chocolate milk. I was somewhat apprehensive about the taste, but was pleasantly surprised. Basically cinnamony sweet tasting milk, like eggnog with a whole lot more cinnamon.
The sweetness was too much for me though, I only drank half a glass.
More important than Snickerdoodle milk, this year I managed to again find Christmas Crunch cereal!
Actually I found this year’s Christmas Crunch back in November just before US Thanksgiving. That seems to be the sweet time to find it, last year I checked at least a dozen grocery stores along the I-5 corridor during the first week of December, but I think that it was too late.
Christmas Crunch is essentially just a holiday-ified version of Captain Crunch Crunchberries edition, but that holiday-ification makes all the difference to me. There’s something about Christmas versions of food products that just call out to me.
If you look closely in the Christmas Crunch photos you can make out the caboose of my new train. I’ve always wanted a model train to run around my tree and this year is the year I actually got one. Of course it took over a month, two locomotives, trips to the local train store, and a lot of patience, but eventually had a running train going around my tree.