[FHCx157] National Gingerbread Day

Very gingerly…


Gingerbread isn’t really a bread. But it was a way to spice things up as early as the 10th century, when a monk named Gregory of Nicopolis moved from Armenia to France and taught the Catholics there how to make gingerbread. Go figure.

Well, to celebrate, we want to call attention to Kellogg’s most awesome flavor of pop tart that was super limited edition. Though pop tarts aren’t really part of our regular rotation of pantry foods anymore, this one was a favorite of SP through college.

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Such a radical ski jump!

They’re very gingery, which is probably why the flavor didn’t make the mainstream so well. But the icing inside is nice, and these don’t have the often-opinion-generating frosting on top. If you can find them, they’re worth a try!

Tomorrow is National Applesauce Cake Day



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