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  1. I love the comparison between the pop tarts and toaster streudals! I’ve always wondered which variety is better. Pop tarts seem more popular. Possibly because they are more convenient and come in a lot more flavors. But from the looks of it toaster streudals seem to be of better quality as you mentioned. What is your favorite flavor of each (the pop tart and toaster strudel)

    • Junk Male says:

      I can’t say I’ve ever actually witnessed a household that stocked Pillsbury Toaster Strudel. I know mine never did growing up, and I don’t stock either of them today. I always loved S’mores Pop Tarts as a kid. The new Gone Nutty! PB&J flavor is awesome! I don’t have a great background in Toaster Strudel, but I think the Apple is a classic.

  1. September 23, 2015

    […] The frosted parts of these cinnamon rolls are pumpk-incredible. The problem here is there isn’t enough icing to go around. The bottom 2/3rds of these gigantic cinnamon rolls will not see the likes of your pumpkin icing, because you couldn’t stop yourself from devouring the surface area of the top portion. Left on its own, the cinnamon roll doesn’t quite have enough cinnamon sweetness to be anything other than a solid, biscuity base. I remedied this by eating five cinnamon roll tops, and I feel like I am a better (bigger) man for it. Overall, however, I’d stick with the Pillsbury Pumpkin Pie Toaster Strudel. […]