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NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 19: Boxes of Pop-Tarts sit for sale at the Metropolitan Citymarket on February 19, 2014 in the East Village neighborhood of New York City. Kellogg, maker of Pop-Tarts, has announced that it will only buy palm oil - a minor ingredient in Pop-Tarts - from companies that don't destroy rainforests where palm trees are grown. Palm oil is used in many processed foods. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

How did they do it?

Is it alien technology? How do they make the Pop Tart frosting NOT melt in the toaster?

Also, the fresh baked smell? Amazing…

Pop Tarts are back with three new flavors, peach cobbler, lemon creme pie and banana creme pie. Banana bread anyone?

If you want to bring back Tang, I’m in.

More favorite treats from our childhood?

Fun Dip

Pixy Stix

donuts

Pez

Whatachamacallit candy bar

Skybar 

 

These New Pop-Tarts Taste Exactly Like Banana Bread

As an unfrosted strawberry and cinnamon roll Pop-Tart die-hard, it's not very often that I stray from my usual. I might be a changed woman, though, because Pop-Tarts released three new fruit dessert-inspired flavors that all might become a part of my rotation. The flavors include peach cobbler, lemon créme pie, and banana créme pie.