14 New Foods To Get Excited About In March

We’re all in luck this month, because March 2024 is packed with new treats.

The month of March is already packed with plenty of new foods to start getting excited about. Some brands are rolling out March Madness meals, while others just want you to feel lucky to taste all the new flavors under the rainbow. Whether you're in the mood for sweet treats at home or some savory new options on the menu at your go-to restaurants, March 2024 is filled with plenty of options. Take a look at all the new foods being served up this month.

French’s Creamy Dill Pickle Mustard

It's never too early to get your grilling essentials ready. French's is launching a new condiment every pickle fan will need. French's Creamy Dill Pickle Mustard Spread is a blend of tangy yellow mustard and sour dill pickle flavors, perfect for sandwiches, hot dogs, burgers, and pretty much anything else. The new mustard can be found at nationwide retailers now.

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Oscar Mayer Plant-Based NotHotDogs

The Kraft Heinz Company and plant-based startup NotCo have teamed up to create Oscar Mayer's first ever meat-free franks. Oscar Mayer NotHotDogs and NotSausages (the latter available in Bratwurst and Italian sausage varieties) are completely plant-based and will make their debut at Expo West in Anaheim, California from March 12-16. The sausages will then roll out at nationwide retailers later this year.

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Baskin-Robbins Mexican Chocolate Brownie Ice Cream

Each month Baskin-Robbins debuts a new ice cream flavor, and this month Mexican Chocolate Brownie is the star. The new flavor features Mexican chocolate ice cream, Mexican chocolate brownie batter swirls, and Oreo Cookie Pieces for decadent scoop. It'll be available all month long at Baskin-Robbins locations nationwide.

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Arby’s Brown Sugar Bacon

After some time away from the menu, Arby's Brown Sugar Bacon has returned, and this time these sweet and savory strips are being incorporated into three different sandwiches on King's Hawaiian buns. The BLT, Roast Beef, and Turkey sandwiches are all topped with the special bacon, available for a limited time at nationwide locations. The Brown Sugar Bacon BLT starts at $6.49, and the Roast Beef & Brown Sugar Bacon Sandwich and Turkey & Brown Sugar Bacon Sandwiches start at $6.69.

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Buffalo Wild Wings Honey Sauces

Gearing up for March Madness, Buffalo Wild Wings has added two new sauces to its menu for a limited time. The Honey Sriracha is a balance of sweet and spicy, while the allium in the Honey Garlic sauce is balanced out with soy. The two sauces can be ordered on on wings, sandwiches, tenders, and wraps and are available now.

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El Pollo Loco Tostadas

El Pollo Loco has just added two new protein packed tostada options to its menu. Customers can try the Double Baja Shrimp Tostada, or add fire-grilled chicken with the Chicken & Shrimp Tostada for a limited time at all restaurant locations. Both of the offerings contain avocado, beans, rice, cheese, lettuce, sour cream, salsa fresca, and creamy cilantro dressing on top of a tostada shell.

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Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Sauces

The mayor of Flavortown is spreading his legacy around. Guy Fieri has partnered with Litehouse Foods on nine bottled sauces and condiments. The lineup includes Famous Donkey sauce, Top Secret sauce, Smokin' Hickory BBQ sauce, Carolina Style BBQ sauce, Poppin' Jalapeño sauce, and more. They'll be available for purchase in "diner-inspired" squeeze bottles at nationwide retailers including Walmart, Instacart, and Amazon this month for a suggested retail price of under $5 each.

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Pepperidge Farm Milano London Fog cookies

Care for a spot of tea with your cookies? Pepperidge Farm has just introduced Milano London Fog Cookies inspired by the beautiful combo of tea, honey, vanilla, and milk, which famously pairs well with biscuits. The cookies, which also contain the typical chocolate center of a Milano, are available this month at nationwide retailers.

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Pillsbury Stuffed Cookie Kits

Pillsbury has just launched two new Stuffed Cookie Kits for making super indulgent cookies at home. The Stuffed Cookie kits come in Caramel Filled Chocolate Chip and Raspberry Filled Chocolate flavors and cost between $2 and $5 at the grocery store. The kits are available now at select retailers, including Walmart.

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Takis Buckin’ Ranch

In a surprising twist, Takis' newest flavor launch packs no heat—but plenty of zest. The Takis Buckin' Ranch flavor combines the creamy and zesty flavors of ranch with the brand's classic rolled-up tortilla chip. The new product is available at retailers nationwide in both individual and sharing sizes.

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Applebee’s St. Patrick’s Day cocktails

Did you know Applebee's not only has annual Irish-themed cocktails every March, but even has a special name for the lineup? It's Saintly Sips, and this year's offerings are the returning Tipsy Leprechaun and the brand-new Pot O' Gold Daq-A-Rita. The former costs $5 and features tea, Jameson Irish Whiskey, melon liqueur, blue curaçao, lemon sour, soda, and a gold sugar rim. The latter, priced at $7, is a margarita made with Patrón Silver and Bacardi Superior Rum daiquiri blend, triple sec, mango, and a gold sugar rim. Both are available for a limited time.

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Carl’s Jr. Spicy Burgers

Carl's Jr. is turning up the heat on two meals at once. The new Spicy Breakfast Burger is hitting the menu alongside the returning Spicy Western Bacon Burger for a limited time. The breakfast version features jalapenos, bacon, egg, pepperjack cheese, Hash Rounds, and ketchup, whereas the latter has an upgraded angus beef patty, swaps the Hash Rounds for Onion Rings, and is topped with BBQ Sauce instead of ketchup. With these new sandwiches, Carl's Jr. aims to deliver "big, bold, unique California-inspired flavors."

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IHOP & Lay’s Rooty Tooty Fresh ‘N Fruity potato chips

The name says it all: IHOP and Lay's have teamed up to create Rooty Tooty Fresh 'N Fruity potato chips, a flavor based on a top-selling pancake entree at IHOP. But the chips aren't just engineered to taste like pancakes topped with strawberries; the chips also promise notes of bacon and syrup in every bite. "It's mostly sweet, some tangy, a hint savory, and guaranteed to wake up your taste buds in the best way," notes the product announcement. This limited-time release is now available at Walmart.

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Barilla Protein+ Cellentani Pasta

Barilla is ready to pack March full of protein. The pasta brand is adding Cellentani, a corkscrew-shaped pasta, to its Protein+ line. This twisty noodle is perfect for cold pasta salads or a comforting bowl of macaroni and cheese. You can get the pasta at Wegmans, Amazon, and soon Kroger locations nationwide for $3.49 per box.

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