Pop-Tarts (Frosted Strawberry)
|Servings per container||32|
|Serving size||1 Pastry|
These are classic. Ask anyone who's been around since 1964 the question "Ever have a Pop Tart" and the answer will be an overwhelming "Yes"! As far as "I know these are not good for me, but screw it, I'm hungry and I'm not cooking... what's in the cabinets?" these are the go-to grabbable snack. On more than one occasion I've consumed a pack of Pop Tarts and a glass of milk in about four minutes. Sure it feels good going down, but then you regret every chewy, strawberry filled bite.
Fun Fact: For the first three years of Pop Tarts existence, they did not have frosting on them. It wasn't until 1967 when some genius at Kelloggs added the solid white frosting we all love.
Site Note: Finally I can use the word "Pop Tarts" in a low carb product description and not have the internet yell at me for interchangeably using that term and "Toaster Pastry" as the same thing. They're not. I get it Trevor from Nebraska! No need to write again. After writing descriptions for four other "Toaster Pastries" and using the term "Pop Tarts" incorrectly in each one, I feel a weight has been lifted off my shoulders.