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10 Fast Food Items You Can Find at the Grocery Store

Put the experience of fast food into your shopping cart! Here's a list of the best fast food products you can find in grocery stores.

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Taco Bell hot sauce

I love dousing chicken chalupas and tacos with tiny Taco Bell hot sauce packets. You know… the ones with the punchy phrases on them? You can spice up any dish at home with Taco Bell’s bold hot sauces, too. The heat intensity ranges from Mild to Diablo.

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White Castle sliders

Build your own Crave Case in your kitchen. You zap each slider in the microwave for 60 seconds and then enjoy White Castle’s classic cheeseburgers. Perfect for a quick snack. Even the frozen patties have tiny holes in them so they cook perfectly. You probably don’t know these 7 other facts about White Castle burgers.

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Panera Bread soup

America’s favorite bakery-cafe offers its famous comfort food in grocery aisles everywhere. You can enjoy a piping hot bowl of Broccoli Cheddar or Tomato Bisque on your couch. To bring the real Panera Bread experience home, dip some toasty French bread in your soup, too.

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Baskin-Robbins ice cream

Look for a pint of Baskin-Robbins in the frozen aisle at some grocers. The flavors include classics such as Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Jamoca, Rocky Road, and Salted Caramel. Don’t let any half-eaten pints go to waste. Keep it fresh by pressing plastic wrap to the surface before popping it back in the freezer—find out how to store 11 other frozen foods you’re probably storing wrong.

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Sonic frozen treats

Sonic is famous for its menu that includes burgers and chili dogs, as well as frozen slushes and milkshakes, all delivered by carhops on roller skates. Now, iconic flavors like Cherry Limeade and Ocean Water are available in supermarkets, too. (No roller skates required, though.)

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Starbucks bottled Frappuccino

Treat yourself to a sweet caffeine boost with Starbucks Frappuccino bottled drinks. The creamy, dreamy milk-plus-espresso sippers hit the spot any time of the day. Choose from Vanilla, Coffee or Mocha varieties. Just add ice for a quick iced coffee latte. Yum!

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McDonald’s McCafé coffee

Perk up with a perfect cuppa from the world’s favorite fast food chain. McDonald’s specialty coffee, McCafé, is available in the coffee aisle to brew in your own kitchen. The premium coffees come in bags, canisters and K-Cup pods.

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Arby’s curly fries

We all know that Arby’s has “got the meats,” but they’ve also got addictive curly fries. Perfectly seasoned and fun to eat, these curly fries can be enjoyed alone as a snack or with a savory roast beef sandwich. Pass the Horsey Sauce! These fries are so popular that they’re one of the top 10 best fast-food French fries.

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Whataburger condiments

Texas-based Whataburger is known for—as its name implies—delicious, juicy hamburgers. Lucky for us, Whataburger sells its amazing-on-everything condiments in 16-oz. and 20-oz. squeeze bottles. The flavors include mustard, honey mustard, jalapeño ranch, and honey BBQ, but ketchup and spicy ketchup have to be the most popular. You can use these condiments on burgers from other fast-food restaurants like the one that serves the best burger.

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Bob Evans Sides and Meals

Ohio-based country-themed chain Bob Evans offers hearty comfort meals in over 500 locations. But you can look for breakfast bowls, breakfast burritos, mashed potatoes, and more in the refrigerated and frozen aisles of your local grocery store. It’s OK to indulge every once in a while, but don’t make it a habit of eating the 50 unhealthiest foods you can buy at the supermarket.

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Ceara Milligan
Ceara Milligan is an avid people fan and an unabashed brand geek. Her true passion lies within research, where she unveils consumer, brand, and industry insights and discovers the many ways in which people shop, communicate, search, and design a unique presence both online and offline. She loves staying informed about trends that affect the outlook of businesses every single day. She has extensive experience in developing digital and brand strategies and inspiring creativity across all channels and touchpoints. She has implemented strategies for brands in various industries, including healthcare, agriculture, food and beverage, travel and tourism, CPG, nonprofit, insurance, financial services, beauty, education, retail, B2B, and automotive. Ceara graduated cum laude from Marquette University in 2012, where she studied Marketing, Information Technology, and Advertising. When she isn't in marketer mode, Ceara can be found listening to Third Eye Blind, cheering on Marquette Golden Eagles basketball, playing trivia, petting strangers' dogs, and baking up a storm.