Strawberry Pop-Tarts with Nesquik Strawberry Milk
In 1992, a dude named Thomas Nangle sued Kellogg’s after his Pop-Tart caught fire in the toaster. A couple years later, a professor at Texas A&M performed an experiment proving that STRAWBERRY Pop-Tarts (specifically!) can produce foot-high flames. So basically what we're trying to say is, if you really want to live dangerously, get some Pop-Tarts, then double-down with strawberry goodness from Nesquik (then, later, maybe eat an actual Double Down).
Laura Hayes is a contributing writer for Thrillist's national food and drink team and Thrillist DC. She relies on CrossFit and corgi walks to combat her quest for caloric masterpieces and actively pretends she's a dude. Follow her at @BTMenu.