Healthy Target Food Finds: Soft Baked Oat Bars, Zero-Calorie Soda, Mini Pupusas

Feb 28 2024
When it comes to reliably great food options, Target’s grocery department is SO underrated. These finds from our latest Target haul are three great examples as to why!

MadeGood Mornings Cinnamon Bun Flavor Soft Baked Oat Bars

1 bar: 120 calories, 4g total fat (1g sat. fat), 85mg sodium, 20g carbs, 2g fiber, 6g total sugars (3g added sugars), 2g protein
WW Points® value 4*
STOP EVERYTHING. This might look at first glance like just a chewy granola bar—but behold, this soft-baked bar is one of the best things we’ve ever put in our mouths! It tastes like the best bakery cookie in the world, and it’s infused with six vegetable extracts for bonus nutrition. We’re beyond obsessed with this Cinnamon Bun variety and cannot wait to try the Chocolate Chip and Blueberry versions. Look for them at Target stores, or order online from Amazon!

Favorite Day Cheery Cherry Lime Soda

12-oz. can: 0 calories, 0g total fat (0g sat. fat), 10mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g fiber, 0g total sugars (0g added sugars), 0g protein
WW Points® value 0*
First off, how cute are these cans? This mostly sweet and slightly tart soda tastes terrific AND is made with natural flavors and no artificial sweeteners (just a touch of stevia). Caffeine free and calorie free, its pretty pink color comes from black carrot extract. This Target-exclusive find is such a delicious sugar-free soda option!

Del Real Foods Street Food Mini Pupusas in Birria & Cheese

1 pupusa: 130 calories, 5g total fat (1g sat. fat), 380mg sodium, 16g carbs, 0g fiber, 0g total sugars (0g added sugars), 5g protein
WW Points® value 4*
If pupusas are new to you, get ready to fall in love. These Latin American patties of corn masa are stuffed with melty cheese and tender birria (made with slow-cooked & seasoned shredded beef), and they’re soooo good! They’re labeled as “mini,” but each one is about the size of a burger patty. Look for them in the refrigerated section at Target stores or order directly from Del Real foods. Also keep an eye out for the Carnitas & Cheese version and the full-sized Pupusas!

Discover More Food Finds from Target!

The Target Haul Episode (February ’24 Edition)

On this week’s episode of Hungry Girl Chew the Right Thing!, there are soooo many delicious Target finds! You’ll want to get your hands on them ASAP. Listen in as Lisa, Jamie & Mikey sample…

⭑ Pop-Tart swaps that are low in sugar and high in protein
⭑ ready-to-drink cold brew that rivals coffee-shop versions
⭑ muffins with extra veggies and fewer carbs
… and so much more!

Also available on your phone’s podcast app. Subscribe so you never miss an episode!

Amazon Kitchen Find of the Day!

July Home Cutting Board Set of 3

No one likes being in the middle of food prep only to find they don’t have a clean cutting board handy. Pick up this three-pack to upgrade your toolkit! The sturdy BPA-free boards are slip proof and knife friendly, and the grooves around the edges help catch any messy juices. Plus, last we checked, this highly rated Amazon’s Choice set is 35% OFF…

Chew on this:

It’s almost the end of February, aka Celebration of Chocolate Month. Will that stop us from celebrating chocolate with treats like these Double Chocolate Blender Muffins? Absolutely not.

Share today’s Target food finds with all your favorite food-loving friends.


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