Texas Bids Farewell to 6 Beloved Food and Drink Staples!


Cybersecdn- Everybody has a favorite food or drink, right? We all have those things that we always order, whether they’re from a restaurant or the shopping store. Well, some of those things went extinct in Texas in 2023, and some of them were really strange.

Here are some things you won’t be able to buy in 2024. But remember that stores LOVE to bring these things back “for a limited time,” so keep an eye out. There are a few here that I’d jump on.

Dunkin’ Dunkaccino

People were shocked that this one was ending. People wrote things like “bad decision” and “sad day” behind the posts. It was one of the most-ordered drinks at Dunkin’, so getting rid of it from the menu made no sense.

There are two important things to remember here. Someone from Dunkin’ said, “The Dunkaccino is retired for now, but there’s always a chance it will come back in the future.” The other one? Someone on TikTok is calling out a menu hack to get it. They told me to get a hot chocolate with an espresso shot. That does look pretty simple, but I bet it’s not quite the same.

Dairy Queen Cherry Dipped Cones

When I was a kid, this was my FAVORITE thing to get at DQ. That was a long time ago, and to be honest, I hadn’t had one in a while. It’s too bad that you can’t order that red-coated cone, though.

With the cherry shell on top of the chocolate soft serve, there was something magical about the taste. I always did chocolate because it looked like a backward chocolate-covered cherry. Another bit of good news came from Dairy Queen: “DQ is always rotating our dipped cone flavors and Cherry Dipped Cones may return in the future.” I’ll make sure to order it again if that’s the case.

Maple Cheerios

Not only did I not know that Cheerios came in a maple taste, but I also would not have eaten them. There were, however, many people who were very upset that they were sold out. They also did it without any big deal. They were just…gone one day.

The company found out about them through a tweet from someone who was wondering about them. In the answer stating they were gone, they said they would let the team know that people were missing them. Could they return? Still no word on that.

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Peach Cobbler Pop-Tarts

Texas Bids Farewell to 6 Beloved Food

I don’t mind when new tastes of things come out, but peach cobbler Pop-Tarts? I thought that was a bit of a stretch. I have no idea how sweet this one was; some of those tastes are already pretty sweet. If you were a fan of them, I wouldn’t lose hope completely as Pop-Tarts HAVE brought back previously discontinued flavors, most recently Strawberry Milkshake. So I guess if enough people made a stink about it, they could pop back up on shelves.

Taco Bell’s Quesarito

Texas Bids Farewell to 6 Beloved Food

I tried one of these soon after they were added to the menu. It wasn’t my favorite thing on the menu (that would be the Mexican Pizza), but it was pretty tasty. From the start, it was a great idea to wrap that famous Taco Bell seasoned meat in a quesadilla. It went over the top when you added a nacho cheese sauce and a jalapeno sauce.

Either people didn’t agree with Taco Bell or they did one of their famous “pull a popular menu item and bring it back later” tricks, like they did with the Mexican Pizza. Many people have been upset that it’s been taken off the menu, so I think it will be back before you know it. Could we please bring back the Chili Cheese Burrito while we’re at it? I miss that thing.

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Wendy’s Grilled Chicken Sandwich

This one surprised me a lot because it’s been on the menu for a LONG time—since 1990, to be exact. People are confused about how a food item that was there for 33 years can suddenly go away.

It looks like they did it so they could make a new Grilled Chicken Ranch Wrap. I guess I don’t understand why they had to take out the sandwich to make room for this. The menu can only have a certain number of chicken things, right? It’s very confusing.

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