Pop-Tarts requests a toaster pastry recipe from Taylor Swift for homemade pastries.

Pop-Tarts requests a toaster pastry recipe from Taylor Swift for homemade pastries.

 

Turns out fans weren’t the only people interested in hearing that Taylor Swift made homemade Pop-Tarts for her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, and his Kansas City Chiefs teammates.

 

Pop-Tarts requests a toaster pastry recipe from Taylor Swift for homemade pastries.

The company that makes the classic packaged toaster pastry took notice, too, and now they want Swift’s recipe.

The Pop-Tarts brand took out a full-page ad in The Kansas City Star’s March 1 print edition, and also posted the same message on Instagram.

The Instagram post reads: “To KC’s most famous fan, we heard there’s a Pop-Tarts pastry (Your Version) and in its honor, we’re donating to @harvesters, a local Feeding America partner food bank. But if you release the recipe, we’ll double our donation.”

This isn’t the first time that Pop-Tarts has tried to gain attention with a Swift reference. Shortly after she announced her forthcoming 11th studio album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” Pop-Tarts posted a parody of the cover with the pastry prominently placed in the center.

The post even included a riff on the singer’s poem, replacing her prose with lines about Pop-Tarts.

“And so I enter into the toaster — My tasty coat of frosting — My strawberry milkshake, my confetti cupcake — And even my cookies and creme — The click, click, click of toaster dials — My irresistible filling of fruit. The Toasted Pastry Department.”

 

Pop-Tarts requests a toaster pastry recipe from Taylor Swift for homemade pastries.
And back in 2022, after Swift released “Midnights,” the brand posted a parody of the album’s cover with the caption, “FYI we’re around if you need a midnight snack (aka emotional support Pop-Tarts).”

The cover also listed song titles that had been changed to reference Pop-Tarts, like “Strawberry Glaze,” “Betoasted,” “Anti-Hunger,” and “Snackster-Mind.”