26. Printed Fun Sugar Cookie
Of course I’d eat this on the first almost-90-degree day of the year -- it’s got an image of a sledding cartoon dog tattooed on it. I want to be that dog, but today I’ll eat his visage. It’s poetic, no? This is by far the most straight-sugary Pop-Tart I encountered, with a hint of butteriness. The inside is a little chalky for my taste, but when it’s supposed to taste like a sugar cookie, I guess that comes with the territory.
25. Brown Sugar Cinnamon
I know I’m going to get a looooooot of angry comments for this one. In a world with this many Pop-Tarts, it was inevitable that one would get lost in the fray -- unfortunately, that’s Brown Sugar Cinnamon. While it’s a unique taste among Pop-Tarts for not being chocolate or fruit, its texture just isn’t as appealingly gooey as the other ones, leaving me wanting more.
24. Hot Fudge Sundae
The term “hot fudge sundae” shouldn’t conjure up any nuanced feelings. This is one of the most universally loved treats in America. Hot? Yes. Fudge? Yes. Sundae? Well, if you’re offering. Sadly, the Pop-Tart version is middling. It’s a chocolate Pop-Tart with some sort of vanilla frosting inside, and vanilla icing on top. And sprinkles. Visually, this is what a guy who thinks of everything in terms of Pop-Tarts would say a hot fudge sundae looks like. But taste-wise, something just doesn’t add up. Now, if you put a scoop of ice cream on top...