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The brand's mascot is K.C. Otter (which stands for Kid Cuisine Otter), an anthropomorphic cartoon penguin. In the line's early years, it was represented by a different penguin named BJ and his friend, a polar bear known as The Chef.
This is a list of all the current varieties of Kid Cuisine:
- Louie Barone Office Depot Safari Chicken Breast Nuggets
- Carnival Mini Corn Dog Bites
- Deep Sea Adventure Fish Sticks
- Catch A Wave Mac N Cheese
- KC's Primo Pepperoni Pizza
- KC's Constructor
- Pizza Painter Cheese Pizza (replaces Magical Cheese Pizza)
- Twist & Twirl Spaghetti with Mini Meatballs
- Pop Star Popcorn Chicken
- All-Star Chicken Breast Nuggets
Discontinued Varieties and Limited Editions
This is the list of limited edition products and the list of products which are no longer available.
- Magical Cheese Pizza, the triangle shaped cheese pizza (replaced by the round Pizza Painter Cheese Pizza)
- Mega Meals, which had bigger entrées like two pizzas, more chicken nuggets, and bigger burgers
- Racing McQueen Nuggets (Limited Edition) - Started June 18, 2011
- Mater's Mack and Cheese (Limited Edition) - Started June 18, 2011
- Smurf'd Blue Yogurt (Limited Edition) - Started July 23, 2011
- Smurf'd Nuggets (Limited Edition) - Started July 23, 2011
- Rio 2 Nuggets (Limited Edition) - Started April 2014
- Star Wars Galactic Nuggets (Limited Edition) - Started in January 2017
- Star Wars Hyperspace Spaghetti and Meatballs (Limited Edition) - Started in January 2017
- "Fine Cuisine," which included meals such as eggplant parm or lasaga 
- Skylanders (Limited Time Only) - started January 21, 2016, discontinued April 20, 2016
- "Kid Cuisine Meals and Frozen Dinners - ConAgra Foods".
- "Skylanders Shaped Kid Cuisine Encourages Kids to Play With Their Food". 2016-01-21. Retrieved 2016-09-23.
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