Kellogg s Pop Tarts Nutrition

4.67/5 (3 Reviews)
MSRP : $1.00


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Kellogg's Pop Tarts


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Plank the Two-By-Four a Racer

Date Reviewed: December 2, 2003

Strengths:    Overall oven-baked goodness. High Energy.

Weaknesses:    Crumble in pockets,can make for a mess, but they're still good.

Bottom Line:   
PopTarts, ah... where do i begin. You see it all started when i was born. Then when i was 6 i had poptarts, Poptarts rule. I truly believed poptarts couldnt get any better, what with thier mobility, different flavors to sensualise the pallet, and an overall oven-baked goodness, They came out with S'mores!!! THESE @%@#!! ROCK!!!

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Favorite Ride:   Highway 95

Price Paid:    $150.00

Purchased At:   EconoFoods

Similar Products Used:   Ridalin

Bike Setup:   2000 Modified Beull XK9R Firebolt, Full on racing gear sucka.


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by CrazyGoNutz a Racer

Date Reviewed: November 20, 2003

Strengths:    Speed is the poptarts greats defense against the siege laid by toaster strudels and other insurgents who wish to unseat them from their thrown.

Weaknesses:    Package hard to open while driving, this could be their downfall.

Bottom Line:   
Poptarts have their origns in ancient rome where they were know among ancient romans and some rambling germanic tribes as ambrosia. As we move through out history we see more instances of this sacred pastry appear. The debates of transubstantion that raged during the middle ages are evidence of this("Blood of Christ" or merely "gooey cherry filling"). It wasn't until the founding of the kellogg's corporation in the late 19th century that these life essentials were introduced to the public. They were, of course, an instant success. Now bearing the name poptart and teamed with other mythical giants, including count chocula and tony the tiger, these little rectangular pastries are making their stand in a losing battle that could decide the fate of breakfast forever.

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Favorite Ride:   The yellow brick road

Price Paid:    $4.00

Purchased At:   God obviously sent t

Similar Products Used:   accept no imitations

Bike Setup:   trust no one


Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by praphaelson a Racer from New York, NY, USA

Date Reviewed: April 30, 2003

Strengths:    Glycolytic index of greater than 3.3 milimoles/kg/min. after 30 minutes in test subjects riding at 85% VO2 max.

Gastric emptying unaffected by increased lipid index up to test limit. Frosted Cinnamon variety particularly tasty.


Weaknesses:    Will catch on fire if it gets stuck in toaster.

Bottom Line:   
In our Sports Science facility at Fidazhofen Polytechnic we have been studying the ergogenic viability of the Pop tart for 3 years now on world-class road racers. It is proving to be quite promising as the data continues to accumulate. We find that while most athletes consider them delicious, especially when fresh out of the toaster, for maximum benefit they should be consumed intravenously.

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Favorite Ride:   Eiger Nordwand

Price Paid:    $2.00

Purchased At:   Research Grant

Similar Products Used:   Mostly proprietary formulations of modified glucolytes and branched-chain amino acids, various enzyme lattices, glycerol rehydration plasmas.

Bike Setup:   34 surplus Eastern Bloc ergometers networked with Macintosh II computers.



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Pop Tarts & Chocolate Milk? For Real?

Been searching and surfing road food and sports drinks and dunno if this is for real or hipster spoof. Pop Tarts receive pretty good reviews here for road food with 37g carbs each. (BTW, the frosted cinnimon receive better reviews on the mbr forum) Google had a whole page of hits rating chocol ... Read More »

Pole: Pop Tarts

Pop tarts: Gods gift to mankind or a product of Satan? Help settle of small work dispute. Thank you. cinnamon, thats my favorite so I'm on record, the fruit ones are generally crap unless your campingRead More »

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