REVIEW: Cookies and Cream Pop-Tarts

Cookies and Cream Pop-Tarts

Being the number one source for quasi-product reviews, the Impulsive Buy get several hits a day from people looking for reviews of products via search engines. Recently, the top products that have brought visitors to the Impulsive Buy have been Chocolate Lucky Charms and the Motorola V180.

However, we do get the occasional visitor looking for things other than product reviews. Numerous people have visited the site looking for Terra Reid boob shots (I know Tara is spelled wrong, but that’s how they spelled it).

Another person was looking for a way to make tea from ganja, which I believe is a total waste of ganja. It’s great for brownies…not so good for tea.

Finally, we had a person looking for Kids Next Door porn. For those of you who don’t know, there’s a cartoon called Codename: Kids Next Door on the Cartoon Network. Now I don’t know if this person was looking for porn involving the characters from the cartoon, but I hope that person isn’t a teacher…or a priest…or Michael Jackson.

Despite all the reviews we’ve done, the most looked at reviews by those visitors that come by via the Google, Yahoo, MSN, and AOL search engines are Pop-Tarts reviews. Oh wait, that reminds me, there was this one person who was looking for, and I’m not making this up, doo-doo Pop-Tarts.

Anyway, here at the Impulsive Buy we’ve reviewed five flavors of Pop-Tarts and we add another today, Cookies & Creme Pop-Tarts.

One of the great things about these new flavors of Pop-Tarts is the ability to eat them, not only, toasted and straight out of the box, but you can also eat them frozen. However, I wouldn’t recommend freezing the Cookies & Cream Pop-Tarts, because for some reason they tasted kind of funny.

Now I don’t know if they tasted funny because they weren’t meant to be frozen or because of the abundance of year-old frozen fish in the Impulsive Buy freezer.

When I ate one that wasn’t frozen, I really liked them, especially when it was toasted.

Despite enjoying Cookies & Cream Pop-Tarts, they still weren’t good enough to knockoff my undisputed heavyweight champion of Pop-Tarts flavors, Hot Fudge Sundae Pop-Tarts.


Item: Cookies and Cream Pop-Tarts
Purchase Price: $3.00
Rating: 7 out of 10
Pros: Cookies & Cream. Great tasting, but still doesn’t beat out Hot Fudge Sundae Pop-Tarts.
Cons: May taste weird frozen, if you have an abundance of frozen fish in your freezer. Doo doo Pop-Tarts?

12 thoughts on “REVIEW: Cookies and Cream Pop-Tarts

  1. looking good dude! maybe you could put a banner between each review or something.

    and i have to admit that i have never, not once in my life, have i ever tried a pop tart of any flavour.

    sacrilege, i know…

  2. Are they “part of a nutritious breakfast”? ;^) Hehe, after you eat eggs, sausage, cereal, fruit, and drink some milk, the junk food won’t matter.

  3. The site looks great. but I think I’ll pass on the pop-tarts.

    I’m not a fan of tarts that go pop, and the cookie and cream flavor looks like rubbish. (though it might be tasty with frozen-fish).

  4. I like the new look of the site and i like Pop Tarts but I am not sure of the Cookies and Cream flavor so I guess I will have to give it a try. Where did you decide that frozen Pop Tarts would be good anyway? Toasted is the best way to go!!!

  5. I’ve been meaning to try these out, but been too lazy to go to the store. My fridge and cupboards are totally empty, and eventually, I’ll have to go to the store…but for now, I think I can survive on cat’s food. He doesn’t need to eat. Vet says he needs to go on a diet anyway.

    Anyway, I’m not too nuts on WP 1.5. I tested it out yesterday, and after 3 hours of messing with the templates, I decided to stash it away for a later date.

  6. averil – Thanks for the suggestion. Never had a Pop-Tart before? How could you not? They come in so many delicious flavors, especially Hot Fudge Sundae.

    Pimme – You know, I really don’t eat them for breakfast anymore. Usually, I’ll eat them as a snack or I’ll eat two of them for dinner.

    Stephen – Thanks. I’m a fan of tarts that go pop, but I’m definitely not a fan of farts that go pop.

    Aymie’s Mom – So the less handsome I am on the outside means that I’m more handsome on the inside.

    becky – The Pop Tarts Yeti told me to try them frozen. No, really, it was the Pop Tarts Yeti.

    priss – Hmm…I could review cat food. Ideas. Ideas.

    Grins – Frosted brown sugar cinnamon? Have you even tried Hot Fudge Sundae Pop-Tarts? You gotta drop that zero and get with the hero.

  7. Why don’t you do a review on WP 1.5? I’m hesistant to make the switch since I’m lazy, but if you can convince me to do so with your review, I just might.

  8. Damon – Thanks…Mmm, Pop-Tarts!

    Webmiztris – Fecal fetish, eh?

    Toni – We will see. So far my only gripe about it is that I can’t get my RSS feeds to work, but that probably my fault somehow.

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