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Friday, February 29, 2008

More Yummy Food...

I think I'm still a kid at heart when it comes to some foods, especially Pop Tarts. They remind me of when I was a kid, my Mom would buy them and I would pop them in the toaster before going to school or I would grab them as I was running out the door to catch the bus.

Then I grew up and didn't buy them anymore. Until I had Hannah.

Hannah and I would be grocery shopping and she would see them in the cereal aisle and ask for them. I decided to give them a try one day and bought them, knowing that as a kid I loved Pop Tarts. Sometimes she'd even ask for them for dinner, and I would give them to her because getting her to eat at times was just a struggle. I knew she'd eat Pop Tarts, so why not?

My only problem with regular Pop Tarts was that they were high in sugar, and I always thought how nice it would be to have an option that was more healthy. Hannah eventually stopped eating Pop Tarts as often, and so I stopped buying them.

Recently I've re-introduced Hannah to Pop Tarts and that's because I was lucky enough to try them out with an offer from M0m Central. I was worried that they would not be as tasty, or that Hannah would take one look at them and decide they weren't for her (they aren't covered completely covered with icing anymore, it's drizzled on instead), but that didn't seem to bother her on bit. She wanted one as soon as I pulled them out of the package. And she sat and ate the whole thing! I guess I have found another great product that my child will eat, and as a bonus it's healthy for her.

Check for them the next time you are cruising the cereal aisle at your grocery store. The new Kellogg's® Whole Grain Pop-Tarts® in Strawberry are very good, taste pretty much like the regular Pop Tarts and are even good for the kid still in me. Because you know I had to try them for myself.

Thanks again Mom Central!

1 comments:

SJ said...

It's what for breakfast.

No really, KJ and I enjoyed these this morning.