Pop-Tart Trailer

Oh, yeah, that’s right. You can cook Pop-Tarts in a toaster. I don’t think that I’ve ever done that. My toaster takes a full minute to toast anything and if there’s a Pop-Tart in front of me, I can’t wait that long.

Kellogg’s commissioned this custom Airstream trailer to look like a classic toaster with giant Pop-Tarts popping out of the top. Are they edible? If not, why hasn’t Kellogg’s made and marketed Pop-Tarts that big?

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I wonder what the cut-off age is for people who always toast their Pop Tarts vs. those who eat them cold. They were introduced in 1964 (along with Toast-Em Pop-Ups), and I only had them at other people's homes. But back then, you toasted them. That's what they were made for. I can't eat them cold.
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