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We Try the New Pop-Tart Ice Cream Sandwich at Carl's Jr.

Erin Jackson 8 comments

Carl's Jr. recently introduced a Pop-Tart ice cream sandwich to their dessert menu. But is this doubly sweet treat the stuff of dreams, or nightmares? More

Cakespy: S'more Pop-Tart Drop Cookies

Cakespy cakespy 2 comments

Let me introduce what is bound to become a new classic: The Chocolate Drop S'mores Pop-Tart Cookie. It's a mouthful in more ways than one, a taste so wholly unholy that while part of you may cry—no, most of you will cry for s'more. More

BraveTart: Make Your Own Brown Sugar Cinnamon Pop-Tarts

BraveTart Bravetart 7 comments

Writing a nostalgia-fueled column about childhood junk foods has some occupational hazards. Trips to the grocery now involve huge chunks of time spent roaming the center aisles ("Chips Ahoy or Famous Amos? Oh, hello Pecan Sandies..."), my notebook at work has more pages devoted to Little Debbie than Petite Syrah, and my coworkers get irate when subjected to taste-testing the same thing twelve too many times ("Soft Batch, again?"). More

Bake the Book: Orange Marmalade-Mascarpone Pop-Tarts

Caroline Russock 2 comments

When it comes to breakfast pastries, Pop-Tarts fall firmly into the low brow, guilty pleasure category. But their bad image can easily be made over if you forgo the store bought and opt for homemade. These Orange Marmalade-Mascarpone Pop Tarts from Handheld Pies have nothing on the s'mores filled versions. Encased in a buttery pâte brisée crust and filled with creamy mascarpone and bitter-sweet marmalade, these Pop-Tarts are more on par with croissants than rainbow sprinkle topped breakfast pastries. More

BraveTart: Make Your Own Pop-Tarts

BraveTart Bravetart 12 comments

Either Kellogg's now manufactures Pop-Tarts using a reformulated recipe or the tastebuds I possessed as a child had not developed enough to distinguish between crap and yum. As a kid, I thought Pop-Tarts represented the absolute pinnacle of deliciousness. I remember each nibble bringing supreme, no, divine pleasure. My adult palate, however, finds every bite a new adventure in disappointment. More

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