NEWS: Kellogg’s Creates Made Up Dessert Name For Their Frosted Rainbow Cookie Sandwich Pop-Tarts


Update: Click here to read our Rainbow Cookie Sandwich Pop-Tarts review

If my protruding, slightly hanging gut is correct, I’ve eaten a lot of ice cream treats over the years, but I’ve never heard of a rainbow cookie sandwich, which Kellogg’s is attempting to recreate with their new Kellogg’s Frosted Rainbow Cookie Sandwich Ice Cream Shoppe Pop-Tarts.

Go and Google “rainbow cookie sandwich.” Or let me do it for you. You’ll see that Kellogg’s is trying to emulate the flavor of a dessert with a name that doesn’t seem to exist. Because if Google doesn’t know what it is, then it doesn’t exist.

Although, from the packaging, it looks like the rainbow chocolate chip crust, vanilla filling and chocolatey icing swirl on top is supposed to create a flavor that’s like an M&M’s Cookie Ice Cream Sandwich.

One Frosted Rainbow Cookie Sandwich Pop-Tart contains 200 calories, 6 grams of fat, 2 grams of saturated fat, 2 grams of polyunsaturated fat, 1 gram of monounsaturated fat, 0 milligrams of cholesterol, 200 milligrams of sodium, 35 grams of carbohydrates, less than 1 gram of fiber, 15 grams of sugar, 2 grams of protein and, like all Pop-Tarts, it’s fortified with a throng of vitamins and minerals.

Source: Kellogg’s website

3 thoughts to “NEWS: Kellogg’s Creates Made Up Dessert Name For Their Frosted Rainbow Cookie Sandwich Pop-Tarts”

  1. Oh god Marvo you must stop reviewing damn pop tarts! I have 7 and half raspberry boxes in my pantry (they don’t sell them anywhere in Dallas so I had to order a friggin case off Amazon). I also got 3 boxes of cherry bc they were on sale at Kroger. I also got 2 pumpkin pie and 2 ginger bread….I gotta say I wasn’t impressed with the ginger bread….the cheesy animation didn’t help. So now im gonna have to try these….rainbow chips cookies were my fav. growing up so I have a feeling im gonna like these. But im simply running out of room so if anyone is in need of pop tarts just holla! lol

  2. I’ll just guess they’re talking about cookies made with mini M&M’s and tried to come up with an infringement-free name.

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