When you're browsing the dairy aisles at your local grocery store, you have less to worry about in terms of your favorite products being discontinued. String cheese will always be there for your kids' lunches, and the classic fruit-flavored Chobani cups aren't going away anytime soon. But what about limited-time yogurt and cheese offerings, or the dairy options at your favorite restaurants?
We've rounded up some discontinued dairy products from both grocery stores and restaurants. Some of them are a little niche, but for devoted fans, they were everything.
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Panera Topped Mac and Cheese
A few years ago, Panera upgraded its classic mac and cheese by allowing customers to add toppings like bacon or avocado and pico de gallo. But on the current menu, all you'll find is the original mac and cheese and a broccoli-cheddar version.
Babybel Emmental Cheese
Babybel cheese comes in many flavors, but this yellow version is no longer one of them, at least not in North America.
What '90s kid doesn't remember the two-tone Trix yogurt, featuring the brand's signature white rabbit on the packaging?
Another '90s classic, this yogurt proved that everything is better with sprinkles added on top.
The Cheesecake Factory's Chris' Outrageous Cheesecake
This chocolate-coconut cheesecake is no longer on the extensive menu at The Cheesecake Factory. But there are plenty of copycat recipes out there.
McDonald's Fruit 'N Yogurt Parfait
This McDonald's offering disappeared during the coronavirus pandemic, and it doesn't seem like it's returning to menus anytime soon.
Dairy Queen Butterscotch-Dipped Cone
You can still get a chocolate-dipped cone at DQ, but the butterscotch dip is a thing of the past. Dairy Queen brought the butterscotch dip back for a limited time in 2019, but it's not a part of the permanent menu.
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