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    Posted: 22 February 2013 at 8:18am
Are awefull, but step daughter likes em as a fast breakfast. Tried the new 'oatmeal' ones this am, and they put a new slant on awefull. Ineatable is more the word....now the pumpkin pie ones from the holidays were OK,but still hard to take.
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Yeah they're definitely a very little and not very often kind of thing for me. If there's a box in the house I'll have one mostly out of curiosity... Every time. 


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote SSOK Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 February 2013 at 9:38am
The blueberry frosted and cinnamon sugar ones are delicious. 

Those are two different poptarts, btw.
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Yeah, cinnamon sugar (frosted) is the way to go. You want awful? Any un-frosted one is a crime against humanity!
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I'm a fan of strawberry frosted myself. Or blueberry frosted... 

Why do they even make "non" frosted versions? Like it suddenly becomes "healthy" if there is no frosting to make it taste good?

The kroger versions are just as good as the "real" ones too. And they often go on sale for $1 a box or less.
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I can only do the strawberry ones cold. Once they're toasted, it's a no-go for me. Same goes for the s'mores ones. Cold they're fine, but when they get hot, they're too sugary for me.
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No love for the Wildberry? Wildberry pop tarts were my breakfast of choice when I was in school and college because I had no time for anything else.

Now My breakfast consist of two cups of coffee.
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I have never eaten a PopTart. Nothing about them has ever appealed to me. Not even out of curiosity.

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I never buy them, but I was always partial to the blueberry and ice cream sundae flavors.
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I donít have one either. Is that good???

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I hardly ever buy them, but I really like the chocolate pop tarts. But they gotta be toasted.
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Not a big fan of em.  
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Never buy them for myself, but I'll eat the frosted strawberry ones if they're in the house.

I went on a big kick of having two pop tarts and a carnation breakfast every morning for a long while.
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I tried them once or twice as a little one, on the rare opportunity a friend had them, and despite the obscene amount of marketing toward kids they just tasted like cardboard...
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Originally posted by oldpbnoob oldpbnoob wrote:

I have never eaten a PopTart. Nothing about them has ever appealed to me. Not even out of curiosity.



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Originally posted by BARREL BREAK BARREL BREAK wrote:

I tried them once or twice as a little one, on the rare opportunity a friend had them, and despite the obscene amount of marketing toward kids they just tasted like cardboard...



Yeah I never have them, but when I have I remember them being really really dry and the flavour was weak/ clearly fake.
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Originally posted by choopie911 choopie911 wrote:

Originally posted by BARREL BREAK BARREL BREAK wrote:

I tried them once or twice as a little one, on the rare opportunity a friend had them, and despite the obscene amount of marketing toward kids they just tasted like cardboard...



Yeah I never have them, but when I have I remember them being really really dry and the flavour was weak/ clearly fake.
 
I like to think of them as a joyless jelly doughnut.
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They are alright. I don't have them very often. I like the Hot Fudge Sundae ones the best


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I have a problem eating anything overly sweet for breakfast anyway.  My favorite donuts are actually the plain cake ones.  My go to hot quick breakfast when I was younger was the red baron breakfast pizzas.  
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Originally posted by procarbinefreak procarbinefreak wrote:

My favorite donuts are actually the plain cake ones.



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