REVIEW: Limited Edition Frosted Confetti Cake Pop-Tarts

Limited Edition Frosted Confetti Cake Pop-Tarts

I don’t bake, hang out at bakeries, or lollygag in the aisle at my local supermarket that consists of sugar, spice, and everything needed to make baked goods, so I didn’t know about the confetti cake.

If I lingered in the baking aisle like I linger in the magazine section at Waldenbooks Borders Barnes & Noble, I would’ve eventually noticed Duncan Hines makes a Confetti Cake Mix. But instead I had to learn about the confetti cake’s existence via Kellogg’s Limited Edition Frosted Confetti Cake Pop-Tarts.

I also probably would’ve learned about confetti cake earlier if one of the baker’s dozen or so of cake reality shows out there made one. Seriously, I’ve watched Ace of Cakes, Amazing Wedding Cakes, Cake Boss, Ultimate Cake Off, Fabulous Cakes, Cupcake Wars, DC Cupcakes, The Cupcake Girls, Last Cake Standing, Staten Island Cakes, and Have Cake, Will Travel, and not once did any of them bake this colorful dessert.

With its white frosting with colorful sprinkles on top, Limited Edition Confetti Cake Pop-Tarts look they contracted clown herpes, which I believe one can get by either being sprayed with water from a water squirter that looks like a flower or while stuffed in a small car with many other clowns. While the exterior looks like clown herpes, the multicolored cake-flavored filling looks like the pus that would ooze out of clown herpes sores.

Limited Edition Frosted Confetti Cake Pop-Tarts Innards

Geez, I totally made these Pop-Tarts sound completely unappetizing, which, by the way, they are not.

The Limited Edition Confetti Cake Pop-Tarts are surprisingly tasty and they do taste like cake, albeit a slightly artificial cake. The crust does have a buttery flavor to it, but because that butteriness seems to linger in my mouth for a while it’s a little off-putting.

Okay, those last two sentences probably didn’t help make these Pop-Tarts sound appetizing, but, overall, I really like them and I think they’re yummy enough that I would put them somewhere at the bottom of my list of Top 10 Favorite Pop-Tarts Flavors of All-Time.

(Nutrition Facts – 1 pastry – 190 calories, 35 calories from fat, 3.5 grams of fat, 1 gram of saturated fat, 0 grams trans fat*, 1.5 grams of polyunsaturated fat, 0.5 grams of monounsaturated fat, 0 milligrams of cholesterol, 230 milligrams of sodium, 36 grams of carbohydrates, less than 1 gram of fiber, 15 grams of sugar, 2 grams of protein, and a bunch of vitamins and minerals.)

*made with partially hydrogenated oil

Item: Limited Edition Frosted Confetti Cake Pop-Tarts
Price: $2.79
Size: 8 count
Purchased at: Target
Rating: 7 out of 10
Pros: Tasty. Tastes like cake. Buttery crust. Tastes great toasted or not toasted.
Cons: Looks like they have clown herpes. Limited edition. Confetti sprinkles come off easily. The number of cake reality show. The number of brick and mortar booksellers.

15 thoughts to “REVIEW: Limited Edition Frosted Confetti Cake Pop-Tarts”

    1. I’d recommend not eating them from the freezer. I’ve tried many Pop-Tarts from the freezer, but for some strange reason these get a bit too hard, unlike the other Pop-Tarts I’ve tried.

  1. Thanks to Marvo, angry bob now has no idea whether he should buy this product or get treated for it.

  2. My stomach says “HECK NO!!!” but my mind is like “OH YEAH!!!!”

    Why, Marvo, why?!?!

    Still want these so bad. And I could swear you had already reviewed these. I guess all the Pop Tart flavors are just blending into one.

  3. mmm. I’ve been wanting to try these but haven’t been to the store without my husband, who thinks my Pop-Tart obsession is unhealthy. In more ways than one.

    BUT I have tried the Pumpkin Pie Pop-Tarts!!! Why haven’t you?!


  4. Just had it and it tastes gross. I can’t eat another Pop-Tart after eating this.

    1. I wish I liked these more. They’re pretty, and confetti cake is one of my favorite things.

      But to me they just taste overly sweet. And that butter note is really kind of gross. I kinda hoped they’d taste like Sugar Cookie pop tarts, which are my all time favorite. But nope.

      1. i agree they’re disgusting. i love poptarts…but these are actually my least favorite. I was excited to try them. they looked delicious….

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