I was super excited when I spotted and picked up the Red Berry Sour Patch Kid gum, but I was put onto a hunt when I found out there was a lime flavor available. So that set me on a mission which I continuously came up empty handed for … until I went to Target.That’s when I stumbled upon a 3-pack of the Stride Sour Patch Kids Lime Sugar Free Gum in the candy aisle.
Like the Red Berry, the gum itself smells EXACTLY like Sour Patch Kids. The scent alone leaves one with their mouth watering. Popping the gum in my mouth I immediately get that sour flavoring, but as you chew it gets sweeter and tastes just like lime … and just like a sour patch kid. I truthfully think the lime tastes better than the red berry, which is surprising because with the actual candy itself the red is my favorite.
These are sold in single packages and in 3-packs.The 3-pack of course being cost effective. The gum is <5 calories a serving.
Finding new and unique flavored gum is truthfully like hitting the lottery. I love having gum on hand because they’re flavorful, they satisfy any oral fixation and they keep me busy chewing gum instead of snacking away on other items if I’m feeling snacky. While standing in the checkout in Walgreen’s I noticed there was a new gum available, so I picked up the Extra Dessert Delights Peach Cobbler Sugar Free Gum.
I’m a fan of the Extra Dessert Delights because the gum truly does taste like a dessert. I like that it can give me the flavor of a dessert in a non-guilty form. The gum taste like peach cobbler – not necessarily the crust, but it tastes like the peach filling with a very mild, mild cinnamon flavor in the background. It smells like a peach market, which makes your mouth water a bit before even popping a stick of gum in your mouth.
Without a doubt a great addition to the Extra Dessert Delights line!
Checking out at a local grocery store, I had to do a triple take. I saw the classic sour patch kid on a package … but before me was gum, that’s when I noticed it was Stride Sour Patch Kids Red Berry Gum. GUM!? I grabbed a pack and put it on the conveyer belt … I was sold on the packaging’s claim alone.
It wasn’t until I opened the package that I was immediately sold on the product itself. Unwrapping the plastic wrapping I was awarded instantly with that classic sweet berry red sour patch kid scent. It smells JUST LIKE Sour Patch Kids, which was mind blowing. Popping it in my mouth … I have to say, it tastes JUST LIKE Sour Patch Kids! It’s sour yet sweet.It did make my face pucker momentarily as is the case when anything sour hits my taste buds.The sourness dissipates quickly and hat’s when the red berry flavor is at the forefront. While simply just chewing the gum the berry flavor is noticeable, but when going to blow a bubble your taste buds are awarded with that tangy sour flavor. The overall flavor of the gum lasts about 10 minutes and after that it tastes like a very mild, mild berry flavor. Nonetheless totally worth it for the guilt free Sour Patch Kid experience.
As wit all sugar free gums, each piece of gum is less than 5 calories and is 0 points plus values.
Have you spotted and/or tried the Stride Sour Patch Kids Red Berry gum?
Extra has dabbled into a world of gum flavored as desserts. Greatest food invention or thought process ever!So many companies have the typical spearmint, mint, sweet gums, etc. Ever since the Extra Dessert Delights started hitting shelves I’ve been purchasing every flavor I see.
The gums really do taste exactly what they are advertised as.Out of all that I’ve tried (mint chocolate chip, apple pie, root beer float, etc.) this Lemon Square gum is by far the GREATEST flavor out.If you like or love lemon, you’d love this.It literally tastes just like a lemon square, which is mind boggling. I’m a huge lemon fan and this gum certainly hits the “I want a dessert” nail on the head.Plus with gum, since I can chew it, it allows me to say “no thanks” to other items I perhaps do not need to be eating when offered to me.Whodathunk you could have a lemon square for practically no calories and no points plus values?