Toast'ems, pop-tarts -> Toast'ems (μάρκα), Pop-tarts, ταρταλέτες
Toast'ems: Trademark name of pre-packaged breakfast tart, prepared by cooking in a toasterPop-Tarts
are a flat toaster pastry, approximately 3 in (75 mm) by 4.5 in (115 mm), made by the Kellogg Company. Pop-Tarts have a sugary filling sealed inside two layers of rectangular, thin pastry crust; each layer of this crust is about 0.1 in (2 mm) thick. Most varieties have frosting, but some do not. They can be eaten without being warmed, but are often warmed inside a toaster, like bread. They are usually sold in pairs inside foil packages, without requiring refrigeration.
The process of making Pop-Tarts begins when pastry dough is rolled through a conveyor belt to form two sheets of crust. The flavored filling is squirted onto the bottom sheet, which is covered by the top sheet. The crust is then cut into squares and rolled through a three-hundred-foot-long oven. Meanwhile, frosting is mixed in tanks and pumped onto the squares when they emerge from the oven. The final step is to weigh and drop sprinkles onto the frosting.
There are currently thirty-two flavors of Pop-Tarts. The most popular flavors are frosted strawberry, frosted brown sugar cinnamon, and s'mores.
Kellogg's sold a strawberry-flavored Pop-Tarts cold cereal, shaped like miniature frosted toaster pastries, for a brief period in the 1990s.
Pop-Tarts are Kellogg's most popular brand, with more than two billion Pop-Tarts sold each year. According to Kellogg's, Pop-Tarts should always be pronounced as a plural, never "Pop-Tart" in the singular form. They are distributed mainly in the United States, but also in the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada. To some extent, the brand name "Pop-Tart" has become a genericized trademark describing any toaster pastry.
Vegetarians and vegans should note that the frosting on Pop-Tartswhich not all varieties haveis made with gelatin, an animal by-product.http://www.answers.com/pop%20tarts