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To Be Addicted To Poptarts?

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JollyFrog Wed 11-Feb-15 18:20:56

Just that really, Bought some to try when they were on offer and I'm now addicted blush
I know they are probably really bad for you and are full of sugar etc etc but they are lovely, just pop 'em in the toaster and enjoy grin
I particularly like the strawberry ones!
DH thinks they're disgusting slices of hot cardboard hmm

Titsalinabumsquash Wed 11-Feb-15 18:22:33

Our local Pound.and is currently selling Poptarts, I may have bought a box or five two. grin

America get much, much nicer flavours than us though, as always!

thewavesofthesea Wed 11-Feb-15 18:22:35

YABU. I remembered them from being a kid as being amazing; but tried one recently and it was only so so. Rather use the calories on something else!!

geekymommy Wed 11-Feb-15 18:25:07

I've been reading several posts here today that could have come from my 2.5 year old DD. She loves Poptarts, too (though the chocolate kinds are her favorites). She's skinny and a reluctant eater, so she needs the calories. Let's just say I don't mind having an excuse to have them in the house...

Topseyt Wed 11-Feb-15 18:26:54

Must say, I agree with your husband. They are toasted cardboard with a bit of sweet goo.

JollyFrog Wed 11-Feb-15 18:28:54

Poundland have them you say?! You really shouldn't have told me that!
I shall have to visit the poundshop tomorrow on my day off thanks
I wonder what exotic flavours the USA have? It's not fair <<sulks>>

SpottyTeacakes Wed 11-Feb-15 18:32:11

My favourite ones are the cinnamon ones mmm they're amazing!

KingJoffreyObviouslyWatchesHol Wed 11-Feb-15 18:33:57

Pop Tarts are awesome.

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Titsalinabumsquash Wed 11-Feb-15 18:37:03

All the flavours on their website

JollyFrog Wed 11-Feb-15 18:37:10

spotty I've not seen cinnamon flavour!
All I've seen is apple,strawberry,cherry and chocolate

Ludoole Wed 11-Feb-15 18:38:51

Tesco sell blueberry ones in the American aisle grin

JollyFrog Wed 11-Feb-15 18:40:59

OMG tits some of those flavours
Peanut butter
S'mores with mallow and chocolate filling
Brown sugar cinnamon
Red velvet

<<swoons>>

Bunbaker Wed 11-Feb-15 18:41:14

I am with your husband. They are vile. Get some proper food in.

SecretRed Wed 11-Feb-15 18:47:01

They are amazing. The newsagent next door but one to my work were selling 2 boxes for a pound last week. Apple flavour & raspberry flavour. I ate 2 cold in the car on the way home!

SpottyTeacakes Wed 11-Feb-15 18:47:30

They have them in the American sweet shops

FluffyDavis Wed 11-Feb-15 18:53:51

Ocado sell loads of different flavours!

Ememem84 Wed 11-Feb-15 18:55:05

pop tarts are insane. Breakfast of champions.

chocoshopoholic Wed 11-Feb-15 18:59:08

I was disappointed when they stopped selling the unfrosted ones in the uk, rely on boxes brought by us visiting relatives now.

U2TheEdge Wed 11-Feb-15 19:02:02

I haven't had one for over 15 years.

I need to buy some.

Don't tell me they have like 300 calories in them.

U2TheEdge Wed 11-Feb-15 19:03:57

Oh look

They do tonnes of flavours here delivered to your door. I often use this website for soda.

www.americansoda.co.uk/food/pop-tarts-pancakes/

Titsalinabumsquash Wed 11-Feb-15 19:04:39

They have a lot of calories in them, and you know the worst bit? The calorie count on the front of the packet is for one Poptart and they come in foil packets of two!

Who are these strange people who eat one and leave the other??!! shockwink

abigamarone Wed 11-Feb-15 19:05:28

Tesco sell all sorts of flavours, including hot fudge sundae. I may have had 3 yesterday and be hiding the rest from the kids.blush

U2TheEdge Wed 11-Feb-15 19:06:01

Oh sorry, they don't have as many different flavours as I thought, but they still sell some I now have to try.

Ememem84 Fri 13-Feb-15 06:58:13

I've been known to hide them in the wardrobe. And eat while dh is at the gym on sat mornings....

Letmeeatcakecakecake Fri 13-Feb-15 10:46:19

My gosh I saw the title and thought 'I don't remember writing this post?' blush

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