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5 New Insane Pop-Tarts Flavors Are Coming

Published On 10/23/2015 Published On 10/23/2015
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You already know deep in your heart what your favorite Pop-Tarts flavor is, but there's a chance that could soon change, thanks to an exciting lineup of new flavors from the toaster-pastry purveyor. And let's just say they aren't your father's frosted strawberry variety. 

As first reported by Delish, Kellogg's has announced it's launching five new Pop-Tarts flavors that'll start hitting store shelves as soon as this December. Some of the new flavors -- like the old ones -- are sure to be polarizing, depending on what you're into when it comes to mass-produced sugary breakfast rectangles. Here's what to look out for, per the report:

Maple Bacon: This new Pop-Tart is the epitome of savory and sweet with maple bacon filling on the inside and sweet frosting sprinkled with salty and smoky bacon on the outside.

Chocolatey Caramel: Here, a chocolate crust meets caramel filling. Then it's topped with more chocolate and caramel frosting for good measure.

Frosted Watermelon: This Pop-Tart's bright pink-and-green frosting gives way to a sweet watermelon filling. 

Pink Lemonade: When this new limited edition flavor drops in April of 2016, it'll come with a lemonade-flavored filling and crunchy pink and yellow sprinkles on top of the frosting. 

Frosted Spring Strawberry: With this second limited edition spring flavor, Kellogg's promises more than the basic strawberry flavor you're used to -- with a sprinkle-less white frosting on top.

On Friday morning, Kellogg's teased the impending launch of the new flavors on Twitter:
 

What a time to be alive, indeed.

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Tony Merevick is Cities News Editor at Thrillist and tends to like his Pop-Tarts toasted, which might get a little weird with the watermelon flavor. Send news tips to news@thrillist.com and follow him on Twitter @tonymerevick.

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