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Food Review: Disney Princess Spaghettios

The other day, as I opened a can of slop for my daughter, I thought to myself- I should review this crap! What a way to begin a food review. I shouldn’t be calling Spaghettios SLOP! Or crap! This is the stuff childhood is made of. Hotdogs. Puppydogs. Balloons. Princesses.

Nice can, Princess.

Spaghettios are familar to most of you already. Remember this spokespuppet?


Uh-oh, Spaghettios! These are the same exact thing, mostly.  Tiny little pasta shapes, in tomato and… cheese sauce? Doesn’t taste very cheesy to me. It tastes exactly like all other Spaghettio products have for the past 25 years.

Mmmmm- shapes!

They used to be… well, O’s. Now they come in shapes based on TV and movie characters, many of them from Disney. These bizarre Princess shapes made my brain hurt, but my daughter, who cannot yet read, easily and quickly identified all of them.

Now just a doggone… where’s my Princesses!??

What the heck! I pull it out of the microwave, and THIS is what I get??? Needs a stir…

Clockwise from upper left: Cinderelle, Ariel, Crown, Pumpkin Carriage, Sad Frog with Big Nostrils, Zero.

Ah. That’s better. Well, now that they are warmed up, I suppose we should get a professional opinion.

So, in summation:
-They taste good.
-They are cool to girls. Cooler than Spongebob ones.
-They would be better with meatballs.
-The shapes make adult heads throb, but kids have no problem deciphering them. So they work. I am not the target demo.

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About Uncle Dad

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One response to “Food Review: Disney Princess Spaghettios

  1. Nice Bob!!! Way to go Stella! She is a natural.

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