Hidden Valley Ranch dressing and Pop-Tarts are two super-popular products in the kitchen, but they’re not two things that you would think go together. One Twitter user shocked people when he shared a photo of what a box of Pop-Tarts would look like if they came out with a Hidden Valley Ranch flavor.
The tweet certainly got people talking, and everyone had a lot of feelings about the fake flavor:
— Kyle Heroff (@kheroff81) June 25, 2019
His tweet was retweeted 116 times and has earned more than 1,000 likes. In the replies, people clearly had mixed reactions to the strange flavor.
This user had to turn to a graphic GIF to express her disgust:
While this user saw no problem with a ranch-flavored morning pastry:
I don’t see a problem here? Looks like a nutritious breakfast to me
— Will Davis (@wadavis14) June 27, 2019
And when it comes to the makers of the two products, they also had completely different reactions.
Hidden Valley liked the idea and tweeted at Pop-Tarts, suggesting the two companies make the collaboration a reality:
— Hidden Valley Ranch (@HVRanch) June 26, 2019
“Hey @PopTartsUS – let’s have some fun and give the people what they want,” read the tweet.
However, Pop-Tarts quickly shut that idea down, tweeting simply, “lol no”:
lol no https://t.co/duAnvrjbSz
— Pop-Tarts (@PopTartsUS) June 26, 2019
The original image of the ranch-flavored box of Pop-Tarts comes from Pop-Tart a Day, a parody account that makes up wacky Pop-Tart flavors.
Hidden Valley Ranch Pop-Tarts is far from their most unusual idea.
Check out Croc-Tarts:
I can’t begin to imagine what the shoe-flavored toaster pastries would taste like.
How about baby food Pop-Tarts for little ones?
Or some corn on the cob Pop-Tarts at your next barbecue?
Crazy Pop-Tart flavors aren’t the only fictional food products featured on the account.
Would you try a nice watermelon and cheese croissant from Jimmy Dean?
How about 10-piece Chicken McNuggets Yoplait yogurt?
Meanwhile, Heroff asked people to vote on Twitter whether Kellogg’s should make ranch Pop-Tarts a reality. Spoiler alert: 71% of respondents said no!
What do you think? Would you bring these into your home?