Pop-Tarts Is Releasing A Banana Crème Pie Flavor For Summer And It Looks So Good

Pop-Tarts Is Releasing A Banana Crème Pie Flavor For Summer And It Looks So Good Kellogg's

Pop-Tarts has come out with a huge number of flavors over the years to satisfy its customers. From Red Velvet Cupcake and Hot Fudge Sundae to Strawberry Milkshake and even a Froot Loops collab, there’s something for everyone. Personally, I’m a purist and will always gravitate towards fruit flavors like Strawberry and Raspberry and I also love the Brown Sugar Cinnamon ones. That being said, I have to admit I’m intrigued by Pop-Tarts’ new Banana Crème Pie flavor because it sounds ridiculously yummy.

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  1. Banana cream pie is one of my favorite desserts. Bananas, vanilla custard, cream, and that flaky pastry crust? I mean, come on, what’s not to love here? While I wouldn’t have ever imagined Pop-Tarts would adapt the classic dessert into toaster pastry form, I’m definitely glad they did because I can’t wait to try it.
  2. Pop-Tarts’ Banana Crème Pie sounds like the perfect homage to the original. It’s got the classic Pop-Tarts pastry that’s then filled with banana-flavored fruit filling and then iced with a yummy, sugary frosting. It’s basically like eating a slice of banana cream pie without all the effort of having to actually bake, which is always a plus in my book.
  3. Sadly, Banana Crème Pie is an exclusive flavor. Pop-Tarts is making this one exclusive to Walmart, so you’ll need to visit your local store to pick these up once they hit shelves later this spring. That’s not a huge deal in and of itself as many of you may already shop there. However, if you don’t live near a Walmart store, you may end up missing out!
  4. If Banana Crème Pie Pop-Tarts aren’t your bag, there are two other new flavors joining the roster. Peach Cobbler and Lemon Crème Pie Pop-Tarts will also be coming out in June 2021 and you’ll be able to grab boxes of 8 for about $2.89. Something tells me they’ll be just as delicious!
Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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