Pop Tart Void


Sorry to my disappointed Kellogg’s boycotters. I have discontinued my search to replace the void that Poptarts once filled.

It was about 2 months ago that I bought toast’ums brand toaster pastries, and felt so discouraged by the previous products that I could never bring myself to eat one.

I realized that there is truly nothing on this planet that could replace a Kellogg’s poptart. This is the sacrifice I make by choosing to boycott Kellogg’s. It’s a very small price to pay when the goal is improving the psyche of America.


I’m coping with the void that Pop Tarts once filled, but will no longer because I have boycotted all Kellogg’s products after their decision to drop sponsorship of Michael Phelps.

I plan to try all generic brands of toaster pastries, and write a review for each one. Hopefully I’ll find one that I can live with.

I’ve also found quite a few recipes for home made toaster pastries so I’ll try a few of those as well.


2/8/09 – Our Family (Cherry flavor) Review


3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Michael  |  February 26, 2009 at 5:17 pm

    That’s awesome! Kellogs dropping the Phelps sponsorship is so pedantic. I love it when people vote with their dollars, it’s the highest form of democracy and capitalism in action.

    I’m in too. Kellogs can kiss my butt.

    • 2. originalhoopla  |  February 28, 2009 at 5:23 pm

      voting with dollars..well that’s pretty much the only vote that counts these days.

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    […] Pop Tart Void Was originally a project that illustrated my quest for finding the best tasting replacement for Kellogg’s Pop Tarts. Along the way, I realized there is nothing that can replace a Pop Tart. […]


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