New Jolly Rancher Pop-Tarts Are Here And Twitter Thinks They’re Gross AF

They say you cant eat candy for breakfast, but Kelloggs is here to bust the myth with its new Jolly Rancher Pop-Tarts.

The sugary, colorful treats invite you to add a little something sweet to accompany your egg-white dish onceyou finally get out of bed.

Naturally, the limited-edition breakfast treats come in the most sought-afterJolly Rancher flavors: Cherry (the best, of course), Green Apple and Watermelon.

You can welcomethe summer season with a Watermelon Pop-Tart eachmorning.

Jolly Rancher

A Green Apple Pop-Tart a day keeps the doctor away (but probably not).

Jolly Rancher

Add the cherry on top ofyour breakfast with this fruity Pop-Tart.

Jolly Rancher

They sure look inviting, though Im not sure Im brave enough to check advertised nutrition facts on these sugary babes.

I guess if youre on edge about having these first thing in the morning (understandably so),they can always be a good dessert option.

However, no matter the time of day when you indulge in the snacks, there seems to be a common theme. Much like the highly anticipated Unicorn Frappe, the Jolly Rancher Pop-Tarts appear to look better than they taste, according to peoples reactions on social media.

Some love Jolly Ranchers but definitely for breakfast.


Others dont even want them to hitthe shelves.

We dont want them.

People think the whole concept is friggin ridiculous.


Who asked for this?

Dont look at me, @LauRenxExCarter.


In the event you need a belated Mothers Day gift, stick to flowers not this treat.

Make her puke this year with new Jolly Rancher Pop Tarts!

Well, @junkbanter certainly isnt holding back.

People are upset about getting this news on a Monday.

OK, OK, so maybe theyre exactly what some customers might have hoped for, but you have to give Kelloggs props for taking all of its customers into consideration.

Thereis literally something for everyone, from Jolly Rancher Pop-Tarts to Confetti Cupcake Pop-Tarts and everything in between.

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