20 New Target Snacks to Savor This Summer, from Mango Lime Chamoy Salsa to Glazed Doughnut Almonds

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Your Target shopping list always stars the same usual suspects. (Annie’s Cheddar Bunnies, Pirate’s Booty, Welch’s Fruit Snacks—you know the drill.) But have you tasted your way through Target’s own store brands, like Good & Gather and Favorite Day? There are a ton of new products to sink your teeth into this summer, including trendy trail mixes, exciting condiments and kid-friendly treats. Read on for our favorite new Target snacks of the season.

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Whether you stir them into homemade trail mix, sprinkle them atop ice cream or nosh on them straight out of the bag, these next-level sugared almonds won’t disappoint. The sweet, crunchy nuts come in a resealable pouch, so you can keep them fresh between snack sessions—if you don’t finish them in one sitting, that is.

This wildly popular mélange boasts peanuts, M&M’s, raisins, milk chocolate chips and peanut butter chips. One serving contains 4 grams of protein and 2 grams of fiber, so it’s a stellar afternoon pick-me-up. (The sugar doesn’t hurt either.)

These poppable gems are gluten-free, kid-friendly, naturally flavored and free of synthetic colors. Picky eaters will be happy to gobble up the grape, strawberry, orange, apple, blue raspberry and cherry varieties at camp, the pool or on a road trip.

Hot honey and all things swicy have been trending since 2021, so Target is right on the pulse with this one. Made with real honey, the cashews are great for snacking solo, but they’d also be a delightful addition to a charcuterie board.

Have you ever had the immense pleasure of devouring a chamoy-drenched mango on a stick on a Mexican beach? If not, this salsa is a close second. Slather it over spicy shrimp or salmon tacos, spoon it atop a bowl of fresh guac or serve it with tortilla chips for dunking.

Made with nothing but organic watermelon, this snack will become a pantry staple at first bite. Chop it up and mix it into yogurt, cereal or trail mix for a pop of sweetness. Stock up on as many bags as you can find so you can get a taste of summer in the off-season.

This irresistibly crunchy trail mix is inspired by zesty, savory elotes. Brace your taste buds for a mix of seasoned peanuts, chili-lime corn kernels, almonds, corn chips with flax seeds and cheddar corn sticks. Buy in bulk—you’ll finish the first bag in 30 seconds flat.

No picnic is complete without a communal bowl of chips. These, made with sweet spuds, are sturdy enough to stay intact for the entirety of the cookout. Pair them with everything from caramelized onion dip to creamy maple yogurt sauce.

Each bar is packed with 10 grams of whole grains and finished with a sweet, Oreo-inspired drizzle, because balance is everything. Pack them in lunchboxes or the car for long journeys or eat them at home with a glass of milk for dunking.

Do you prefer maduros over tostones? If so, these just-sweet-enough plantain chips are right up your alley. Crunchy, starchy and unexpected, they pair deliciously with hummus, salsa, queso, mojo or sour cream. Might we suggest serving them alongside a Cuban sandwich for a proper feast?

Equal parts sweet, spicy and tangy, the pistachios are seasoned with dried lemongrass, lime juice powder, dried chili pepper and red cayenne. Crack them alongside cheese and cured meat, or eat them from the bag at your kid’s next swim meet.

Snackers of all ages will go gaga for the treats’ buttery, nostalgic flavor and the crispy, candy-coated semisweet chocolate chips. As if these handhelds weren’t adorable enough, the wrappers have a space for you to write a sweet message to your kids (or um, yourself).

One thing no one turns down at a party? Hot, creamy cheese dip. The Monterey Jack base is zhuzhed up with red bell peppers, jalapeño peppers and diced green chiles for a modest kick. Drizzle it over soft pretzels, tacos or burrito bowls, or simply serve it with something crunchy and dippable.

Speaking of crunchy and dippable, this organic Doritos dupe is just the ticket. A mix of cheddar cheese, tomato powder, garlic powder and a touch of buttermilk make the tortilla chips lip-smackingly salty and savory, minus the fake colors and flavorings.

These vegan, gluten-free bars are made with only four ingredients: cashews, dates, chocolate chips and sea salt. Loaded with 4 grams of protein, 3 grams of fiber and natural sugar, they’re prime for having on a hike, road trip or post-workout.

If you’re on the hunt for snacks that will satisfy your sweet tooth without giving you a sugar rush, look no further. These clusters are made with nothing but almonds, organic brown rice syrup, cane sugar, salt and natural vanilla, so go ahead and treat yourself.

Cheddar, mozzarella, Romano, Parmesan—the gang’s all here. Peppered with quinoa seeds for extra crunch and infused with sour cream for a hint of tang, the crackers are begging for a spot on your next cheese board.

Does it get easier than a heat-and-eat side? We think not. Your fam (or roommates) will be impressed by this mix of slow-cooked potatoes and chickpeas in spicy tomato sauce. All it takes to prepare the side is 60 seconds in the microwave.

Twice-baked for maximum crunch, these pita chips pair with everything from hummus and tzatziki to ranch dressing and guacamole. You could even crush a handful of them into your next salad to stand in for croutons.

Egg whites, almonds and cashews pack these bars with 12 grams of satiating protein, while chocolate and cocoa powder make them a joy to eat. They also have 4 grams of fiber each, so they’re bound to keep you satisfied between meals.

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Taryn Pire is PureWow’s associate food editor. A former bartender and barista, she’s been writing about all things delicious since 2016, developing recipes, reviewing restaurants and investigating food trends at Food52, New Jersey Family Magazine and Taste Talks. When she isn’t testing TikTok’s latest viral recipe, she’s having popcorn for dinner and posting about it on Instagram @cookingwithpire.

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Taryn Pire

Food Editor

Taryn Pire is PureWow’s food editor and has been writing about all things delicious since 2016. She’s developed recipes, reviewed restaurants and investigated food trends at...
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