Want to do something romantic on Valentine’s Day for your lover? Gently stroke your lover’s body with a Kellogg’s Limited Edition Frosted Chocolatey Strawberry Pop-Tart and then feed it to your lover. And if you want to really heat things up in the bedroom, toast the Pop-Tart beforehand. (Spotted by Nick at Hannaford.)
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5 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Kellogg’s Limited Edition Frosted Chocolatey Strawberry Pop-Tarts”
It shows naturally and artificially flavored. I’m confused. Is strawberries natural by itself and chocolate naturally by itself. Why they need add artificial stuff in there?
Reminds me of the “Simpsons” episode “Lemon of Troy”….Bart accuses a Shelbyville kid of making lemonade with Springfield lemons and the kid says, “This is Country Time lemonade! There’s never been a real lemon near it! Honest!”
I just tried one, nothing tastes real on it. I will admit I enjoy both chocolate fudge and strawberry pop tarts from time to time. This was horrible. From when you first open it, it smells weird, toasting it and eating it is all weird. I could only make a couple of bites and I will throw away the remainder of the box they were that bad. I don’t know what’s real, I think maybe a little cocoa in it maybe because there is nothing in it that tastes remotely like strawberries.
Word of Warning: IF you buy your Chocolate dipped Strawberries from a candy shop or someplace DON’T. They DO NOT Wash the strawberries before hand because the chocolate doesn’t stick to them as good. So you’re just eating germ pesticide laden berries…you’d be much better off dipping them yourselves.
Whoever green lighted this debacle should be fired. This chocolate strawberry combination is gross tastings and never should have made it out of the testing lab. Kelloggs should consider new taste testers.
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