Kelloggs Pop Tarts

Posted on: Tue, 07/26/2005 - 12:57am
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I did a search but the threads I found were older, so I wanted to ask if anyone lets their PA kids eat Pop Tarts.

Posted on: Wed, 09/27/2006 - 4:10pm
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As far as I know...yes.
Sorry, not a definate answer.
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5 year old peanut allergy/dairy allergy/asthma
8 year old dairy intollerant/asthma

Posted on: Wed, 09/27/2006 - 8:26pm
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It has been awhile since I read these boxes as my kids just don't like them. However, at the time, not all flavors were safe and the boxes stated that. I think it was the fudge/chocolate types that were not safe.
Kelloggs is very good at labeling.

Posted on: Wed, 09/27/2006 - 9:14pm
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Kellogg's is very good about labeling. My kids eat Pop-tarts all the time. Every flavor I have checked is safe for PA (some are/were not safe for milk). Of course, you should check yourself, just in case it has changed.

Posted on: Wed, 09/27/2006 - 10:43pm
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i havent bought in a while but we have used them in the past

Posted on: Wed, 09/27/2006 - 11:14pm
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My ds had one last night. He eats them regularly- especially as a snack on the go. Make sure to read the label, though, some have other allergens like egg and dairy.

Posted on: Thu, 09/28/2006 - 12:44am
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Poptarts are my son's favorite safe snack. They are great as emergency supplies when traveling. We trust Kellogg's to label well.

Posted on: Thu, 09/28/2006 - 1:07am
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My son also likes pop tarts (yeah, really nutritions [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/rolleyes.gif[/img] ). He especially likes the Smores one.

Posted on: Thu, 09/28/2006 - 2:56am
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Quote:Originally posted by MimiM:
[b]My son also likes pop tarts (yeah, really nutritions [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/rolleyes.gif[/img] ). He especially likes the Smores one.[/b]
Yea, I think they contain 9 tsp's of sugar per 2 pack.

Posted on: Thu, 09/28/2006 - 12:47pm
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Quote:Originally posted by seanmn:
[b] Yea, I think they contain 9 tsp's of sugar per 2 pack. [/b]
And each tart has more than 200 calories so a 2 pack (which is 2 servings) contains well over 400 calories.
Quaker's oatmeal bars have less sugar and fewer calories.

Posted on: Thu, 09/28/2006 - 1:29pm
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And that is why I do not mind that my underweight kids occasionally enjoy poptarts safely, lol! Alot of calories per tart. I give them before school only, and never when I will have to deal with the(sugar high) kids. Just kidding! becca

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