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Poptarts Vs Toaster Strudels

Which would you rather have?

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  • Toaster Strudel

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Finding Love by the Moon
May 28, 2012
Macy, Indiana
Toaster Strudel wins for me, mainly because I can actually eat those without them getting all caught up in my braces. That and they are easier to chew. Plus, I have yet to see a Boston Creme Pie flavored Pop Tart.


Sep 20, 2008
Joliet, IL
Poptarts. Don't get me wrong, toaster strudels are okay, but they always burn in my toaster no matter how long I put them in unless I want them cold. And Poptarts have a lot more variety. My favorite being S'mores, with Cinnamon Sugar in a close second, followed by Cookies and Cream. The only fruit flavored poptarts I like are Strawberry.


poog tnalp yknuhc
Jul 11, 2012
I would rather have a Toaster Strudel. They are like poptarts, but they are warm and have frosting and taste better.
May 14, 2011
My favorite pastry would have to be Poptarts! I hate Toaster Strudels as I don't like any of their flavors that they have. Poptarts have a lot more variety which is always good to me. . .

Azure Sage

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The toaster strudel wins for me. They're just tastier. Poptarts are the better choice if you're in a hurry, but nothing beats that warm, delicious filling inside a toaster strudel, as far as breakfast pastries go.

Johnny Sooshi

Just a sleepy guy
Nov 1, 2011
a Taco Bell dumpster
One is sugary, hard, and can be eaten warm or cold.

The other is sugary, soft, and must be eaten warm. Plus it has self added icing.

I'll go with the latter of the two cause they taste better :P


Pikachu my Snorlax
Dec 14, 2011
As much I love toaster strudels, I gotta go with pop tarts mainly because of their glorious smore's flavor. I could eat that straight for a month, hot or cold.

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