Pop-Tart Quest: Watermelon

SINCE THE DAWN OF POP-TART QUEST, ONE TART HAS STRUCK DIRE FEAR INTO OUR BREAKFAST WARRIOR’S HEART. TODAY, HE FACES THAT FEAR. THIS IS… POP-TART QUEST!

Okay, yeah.

So yeah.

Yep.

I mean… ultimately, how bad could a Pop-Tart be?

They are sugar and sludge and shell. It’s not landing the Hindenburg; it’s breakfast!

Like, even the WORST Pop-Tart has still be okay, right?

Right?

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Here we go.

These… aren’t that bad, actually. I think my sense of dread was misplaced. Through great fortune, the Pop-Tart pastry actually does a pretty good job masking the flavor of the interior sludge, and it more-or-less just tastes like “Generic Pop-Tart”. I honestly thought at first “Did they just put Strawberry Pop-Tarts in this wrapper?”. I don’t think–

Oh god.

OH GOD.

THE AFTERTASTE.

OH GOD, THERE IT ALL IS. WATERMELON SLUDGE.

NO NO NO NO NO NO.

DASTARDLY , TART! Cruel, unfathomably evil Tart! I’ve erred!

OH GOD, I JUST BURPED. What malicious god allows these Tarts to be?!

Taste: 

F : NO NO NO

Subterfuge: 

A-: I almost thought these were going to be palatable for a moment! I got a few bites in before it fully infiltrated my being.

Toasted-to-Untoasted ratio: 

95% : The toasted Tart covered the watermelon flavor better for longer because toasting gives the pastry more personality. The untested Tart was pretty much “BAM, WATERMELON, BITCH!”

Overall: 

What Do You Think? : Oh my god, did you know there are essentially TWO of this flavor?

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WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TWICE?

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