Taste test: These Pop-Tarts had a light brown color on the outside and a white frosting on one side, with two intersecting sets of brown frosting squiggles on top of the white, and then some multicolored sprinkles on top of the frosting.
I toasted it and bit in to find a thin white creamy filling. I expected a fudge filling (which would have gotten converted into hot fudge by my toaster) though I shouldn't have, as the picture on the box clearly showed a white filling. I guess it was is supposed to be the vanilla ice cream in a hot fudge sundae. The problem was, nothing in this Pop-Tart really tasted like hot fudge. The taste was decent, a good level of sweetness and lots of chocolate taste, but considering the name, this should have tasted a lot more like a hot fudge sundae.
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Smell test: Like chocolate cookies or cake, but not really like a hot fudge sundae.
From the package: “Naturally & Artificially Flavored” ... “While Kellogg's® Pop-Tarts® are fully baked and ready-to-eat right from the pouch,, if you prefer them warmed, please follow these instructions: ... Due to possible risk of fire, never leave your toasting appliance or microwave unattended. ... If Pastry is overheated, frosting/filling can become extremely hot and could cause burns.”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Market Basket. Review published .