A Brief Look At The Toaster Strudel Flavors We’ve Lost Over The Years

Prepare for a tasty blast from the past. A Brief Look At The Toaster Strudel Flavors We’ve Lost Over The Years Giphy

News that is entertaining to read

Subscribe for free to get more stories like this directly to your inbox

The start of a new year is a great opportunity not only to look forward but to reflect on the past. And if you’re a fan of Toaster Strudels — a flakier alternative to the popular Pop-Tart — then there’s plenty of nostalgia to go around.

Decades of decadence

Generations of kids and adults alike have gravitated toward the traditional flavors offered by the brand as well as some unique options that were never intended to stick around forever. But some of those discontinued pastries have left an indelible mark on folks who only have their cherished memories to remind them of breakfast goodness that’s no longer available.

We’ve compiled a list of some flavors that we’d like to see return to supermarket shelves.

  • Chocolate: Whether you preferred the limited-edition classic flavor or the longer-lasting version that involved a partnership with Hershey’s, there’s plenty to love when chocolate is involved.
  • Pumpkin pie: When autumn rolls around, this flavor is available in just about every product imaginable. But when it came to a perfectly flaky pastry that contained a delectable taste of pumpkin spice, the option was sadly never meant to last.
  • Cereal: Can’t decide between a bowl of cereal or a Toaster Strudel? For a while, you didn’t have to choose. The brand partnered with Golden Grahams and Trix for a pair of unique flavors inspired by some of the cereal aisle’s biggest hits.
  • Boston cream: Here’s another pie-inspired flavor that paired exquisitely with the texture of a warm Toaster Strudel, but you won’t find it in your grocer’s freezer section anymore.

There are plenty of others we simply didn’t have room to include, but some that deserve an honorable mention include the classic PB&J, the fruity experience of “Wildberry,” and even a strawberry-and-cream-cheese option inspired by the film “Mean Girls.”

Chris Agee
Chris Agee January 1st, 2024
Share this story: