REVIEW: Pop-Tarts Frosted Caramel Chocolate Snak Stix

Pop-Tarts Frosted Caramel Chocolate Snak Stix

Sharing is one of the important lessons we all learned while growing up.

Some of us learned sharing from our parents, some of us learned it in school, some of us learned it from Sesame Street, and others learned it from passing around a bong.

Thanks to my parents, I learned sharing at a young age and throughout my life I have passed on this lesson to others.

In kindergarten, I shared my crayons.

In grade school, I shared my glue.

In middle school, I shared my toys.

In high school, I shared the answers for the multiple-choice part of a history test by pretending to scratch my back, but really showing with my fingers what the answers were.

Finally, in college, I shared my heart. Unfortunately, I never got it back and ever since then I have roamed this planet as an empty shell, not being able to feel emotions or show love.

Sharing is a wonderful thing and the Pop-Tarts Frosted Caramel Chocolate Snak Stix is a wonderful way to promote sharing. Each Snak Stix can be broken up into three parts, thanks to the perforations on the pastry.

After you break it up, you can share it with your kids, friends, or your fellow stoners, who probably have a case of the munchies.

As I have done with previous Pop-Tarts, I tried the Snak Stix both frozen and toasted. Usually, freezing the Pop-Tarts creates a nice chewy snack. However, with the Frosted Caramel Chocolate Snak Stix I ended up with something that was significantly harder than the other Pop-Tarts flavors I stuck in the freezer.

Whether frozen or toasted, the Frosted Caramel Chocolate Snak Stix was damn tasty, but it wasn’t good enough to dethrone my favorite Pop-Tarts flavor, Hot Fudge Sundae. Although, it’s definitely somewhere in my top five list of favorite Pop-Tarts flavors.

If there was a problem with the Snak Stix it would be that the box came with ONLY six Pop-Tarts. A regular box of Pop-Tarts comes with EIGHT of them.

Having two less Pop-Tarts may not seem like much, but my stoner friends tell me that when you’ve got the Mary Jane-induced munchies that difference turns out to be pretty big.

Item: Pop-Tarts Frosted Caramel Chocolate Snak Stix
Purchase Price: $1.99 (on sale)
Rating: 8 out of 10
Pros: Easy to share, if you want to, but you should. Tastes pretty good. Perfect for stoners.
Cons: Not the best Pop-Tarts to freeze. Only comes with six pastries.

9 thoughts to “REVIEW: Pop-Tarts Frosted Caramel Chocolate Snak Stix”

  1. oh great! now there’s another pop tart i’m gonna have to fight to keep out of the shopping cart!

    On a positive note: I’ve decided that with three preforations, I can split one pop tart between three kids, thus making up for the difference in fewer pastries per box. woohoo!

  2. Your junk food reviews make my heart sing. Thanks for giving my hormone driven sugar binges new horizons. I am going to link you, if’n you don’t mind.

  3. I don’t believe that Kellog could make a pop-tart that could de-throne the Hot Fudge Sundae Pop Tart. But… after this quasi-good review, I will definitely be popping a box in my cart next time I hit the mega-behometh super-store. (Believe it or not, I have yet to try them frozen. Are the fruity flavors worth freezing?) xx Jenny

    ps. As a stoner, I appreciate the “stoner specifice” snack referrals. 😉

  4. Suzanne – You could tell your kids that they don’t make Pop-Tarts anymore and always avoid the aisle they’re in while shopping.

    kimdog – It makes your heart sing and makes my ass a bit bigger. Thanks for the link.

    Jenny – Do not freeze fruity Pop-Tarts flavors!!! Bleh.

    Mimi – Don’t mention it.

    UncleHornHead – Dude. Sweet. Dude. Sweet.

    Aurorealis – Hey don’t blame me when you’ve got the munchies after.

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