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With the success of Double Stuffed Oreos, it's surprising there's no Double Stuffed Pop Tarts or Toaster Strudel, amirite?

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Actual food scientist here - Unfortunately, all mathematical simulations show that any further attempts to double-stuff ANYTHING will likely only end in disaster for mankind. Only mankind though. Women are gonna be okay. Math is weird like that.

Tanmoykayesens avatar Tanmoykayesen Yeah You Are +4Reply
@Tanmoykayesen Actual food scientist here - Unfortunately, all mathematical simulations show that any further attempts to...

can we start working on more stuff in nugget form then, maybe more stuff on a stick?!

Sharags avatar Sharag Yeah You Are +8Reply

because if they did, you couldn't fit them in your toaster anymore

88080808088s avatar 88080808088 Yeah You Are +3Reply
@88080808088 because if they did, you couldn't fit them in your toaster anymore

The filling in a pop tart is barely there, doubling it wouldn't make that big of a difference.

Tldfonats avatar Tldfonat Yeah You Are +5Reply

When I was a little kid there was a product called Danish Go Rounds that were the same pastry as pop tarts but there was at least twice as much filling and they were GLORIOUS...

Breakfast. When we pretend candy is a acceptable meal

Sure, but have you ever put butter on a Pop-Tart?

Cheytuflyas avatar Cheytuflya Yeah You Are +2Reply

If you put too much liquid in a pastry it'll become napalm, didn't Hot Pockets teach you anything?

I feel like in stead of double stuffed pop tarts they should just make them 1.5x larger

Or triple stuffed oreos

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