After 12 Years, Planters’ Cheez Balls & Cheez Curls Will Return To Shelves — CBS Pittsburgh

Follow KDKA-TV: Facebook | Twitter PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Some cheesy ’90s snacks will return to shelves this summer. Kraft Heinz announced Tuesday that Planters’ Cheez Balls and Cheez Curls are making a comeback. 114 more words

via After 12 Years, Planters’ Cheez Balls & Cheez Curls Will Return To Shelves — CBS Pittsburgh



I don’t know about you, but I am normally SUPER hungry after a long night of drinking. Normally, whatever greasy, disgusting fast food I pick up will do the trick; but sometimes you just need something more.

The Cheez Balls and Cheez Curls will be able to take care of that.

Imagine, you stumble into your house; the stench of the burgers and fries you had about 15 minutes ago filling up the room. But your stomach is not quite satisfied, and you need just that “little extra” to help soak up some of that alcohol (and regret).

Once you throw your keys and wallet toward where they NORMALLY go (hence Lost Keys?), you sling open the cupboard and find a can of these bad boys.

Now I’m willing to bet money that this can will be gone within an hour. Because if you’re like me, you probably will sit on the couch and “drunk eat” every bit of them while you rewatch your favorite stand-up comedian for the 800th time.

In the end, I would like to thank the BEAUTIFUL, BEAUTIFUL person who green-lit the idea to bring these snacks back. Us barflys GREATLY appreciate it, and hope you are awarded a prize for this decision.


Are you excited for this return? Let me know in the comments section below!

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