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    19 Of The Weirdest American Supermarket Foods, According To An Australian

    It's a wild ride down the aisles.

    1. This beloved breakfast cereal.

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    America: the only country where marshmallows are allowed to be a thing in cereal.

    2. Peanut butter and jelly, swirled in the same jar.

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    Because sometimes using two separate spreads is just too much to ask.

    3. Marshmallow Fluff.

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    "America's Favorite".

    4. Dough in a can.

    Gonna go out on a limb and say that the French would not approve.

    5. Frosting in a can.

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    Rainbow Chip?

    6. And yes, the infamous cheese in a can.

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    Yep, it comes in bacon flavor.

    7. Candy Corn.

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    What even are they?

    8. Hershey's Kisses.

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    Basically anyone who isn't American will confirm that Hershey's Kisses do not taste A-OK.

    9. Blueberry pancakes and sausage on a stick.

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    Yep, the frozen aisle is where it gets weird...

    10. Maple-flavored pancakes and sausage, in sandwich form.

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    In case "on a stick" isn't your jam.

    11. Really big frozen burritos.

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    XXL!

    12. Pop-Tarts

    The original "toaster pastry", in ~yummy~ flavors such as root beer.

    13. Uncrustables

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    Toast-able, ready-filled sandwiches that magically never crust.

    14. Lunchables

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    What could possibly be more fun or appetizing than assembling your own tiny, pre-cooked-then-refrigerated burgers for lunch?

    15. Cola-Q sauce.

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    When you wanna slather your meals in cola, not just sip it on the side.

    16. Chocolate Chip Cookie Coffee Creamer.

    Wild.

    17. Hashbrowns, in a can.

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    Never enough cans.

    18. "Meat sticks" that are 15 inches long.

    Why?

    19. Cool Whip.

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    Fake whipped cream (that is actually used in many delicious-sounding desserts). Only in America. 🇺🇸

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