I neither condemn nor endorse these

By Mir
February 21, 2011

Look; despite my rather rabid anti-processed-food stance of today, there was a time when my youngest ate little more than Pop-Tarts. So I get that sometimes desperate times call for desperate measures, and even that sometimes you just have to fall face-first into some delicious chemically-processed sugar. I get it.

That said, this 8-pack of 16-count frosted chocolate fudge Pop-Tarts is a lot of Pop-Tarts. But at just $13.81 shipped when you buy via Subscribe & Save, it’s just about the cheapest way I’ve seen to get ’em.

The good news is that nothing in those little individual foil packets ever goes bad, so if it takes you five years to get through these, they’ll still be fresh. Or maybe that’s “fresh.” Whatever. Enjoy!


  1. if it was another flavor I’d be tempted . . . we have 60 girls on Girl Scout camping in a few months . . . but that much chocolate just makes my stomach turn.

  2. Can I just tell you that the idea of salmon and Pop Tarts makes me slightly ill? 🙂

  3. Well, thanks for the moral dilemma. My skinny and eternally hungry kid is really into chocolate frosted pop-tarts right now (for which we can thank exposure at someone else’s house!). And that is a really good deal, and I am nothing if not a fan of great deals….but 128 of them? I guess I can donate some to the food pantry, but it’s not like anyone else’s kid should be eating them, either…

  4. looks like the subscribe and save option isn’t available any more, so moral dilemma solved.

  5. Well, at least I didn’t have to make that decision. That’s my favorite kind of Pop Tarts – but only if they’re microwaved for 10-20 seconds until the inside is melty, causing them to be even more delicious and nutritious. Embarrassingly enough, I just ate one half an hour ago.

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