KELLOG’S previously discontinued a variety of pop tarts that offered a convenient twist on a European pastry.
But now customers are begging for the return of this variety, 14 years after it was scrapped.
Kellogg’s officially abandoned the Danish strawberry cheese pop tarts in 2009, after just two years on the shelves.
This variety fits perfectly between Danish pastries and toaster ovens and offers a convenient breakfast or snack option.
Even though Danish strawberry cheese has been out of the question for 14 years, that doesn’t mean fans have forgotten it.
Recently, there has been a bit of an outcry on social media from consumers craving the nostalgic treat.
“I eat these Danish pop tarts with strawberry cheese,” wrote one. “I’m angry they took her off the market.”
Another tagged the brand, writing: “We NEED the Danish strawberry pop tarts back.”
“Did anyone try the Danish pop tarts with strawberry cheese years ago?” asked a third.
“If so, what happened to them? And I want Pop-Tarts to bring her back…NOW.”
While Danish strawberry cheese still has its fans, it’s not the latest flavor to drop Pop-Tarts.
NOT THAT PEACHY
Last month, the company confirmed it had discontinued Peach Cobbler after just two years on store shelves.
Not everyone had such a positive attitude towards this strain.
One wrote on social media: “It’s not good. How did they make peach cobbler pop tarts taste like bananas?”
But others disagreed.
“I just ate peach cobbler pop tarts. I will never recover. Made by angels,” one wrote.
Pop-Tarts told fans on Twitter after discontinuing the peach cobbler, “We have many other flavors to fill the gap.”
The company hinted that the limited-time frozen strawberry flavor could be appreciated.
Other Pop Tarts flavors have also been discontinued, such as this popular vanilla flavor.
Meanwhile, the company has partnered with an ice cream maker to bring a new twist to a popular option.