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Nature's Path Organic Toaster Pastries

94% Positive Reviews
Rated #2 in Breakfast Foods


Pros: delicious

Cons: they run out too quick

If you like poptarts, or any type of toaster pastry you will definitely love these. I saw them at Trader Joes and decided to try them -  I was pleasantly surprised. They are now a regular on my grocery list.


Pros: yummy, organic

Cons: addictive

The new Wildberry Acai Toaster Pastry are wildly addictive so beware.  If you want to be taken back to your childhood (or at least my childhood of popping pop tarts) pick them up and relish in the goodness.  I like this company and the ingredients they use in their products.  I am under no illusion that these toaster pastries are healthy but at least they aren't riddled with corn syrup :)


Pros: Nice Convenience food - easy to pack for lunches and snaacks

Cons: Still have a lot of sugar

My kids LOVE all of the flavors of the Toaster Pasteries, and ask for them for breakfast and/or snacks.

There are a variety of flavors - my kids' favorite is Pomogranate.

I feel good giving to the kids because it is organic and nutritious.


Pros: Super, super tasty.

Cons: Bad at being not tasty.

These are fiendishly addictive. Watch yourself.


Pros: Tasty

Cons: Not very nutrious

These things are very tasty, I've found myself eating too many in one sitting. However it's mostly empty calories so I wouldn't recommended this for breakfast or anything.


Pros: none

Cons: full of fat and sugar

I've seen this stuff made and the filling they use in most of these brands is all fat and sugar-literally! They shut down a plant in Canada only to make them in the US. This company is full of hype. There are better options in my opinion. The owner even got caught cutting down his own trees when he was not supposed to. You would do much better elsewhere IMO.


Pros: Great tasting AND Organic!!!

Cons: ...not calorie free (LOL!)

We actually found these at not only Trader Joe's, but at Costco as well!  Have tried the blueberry, cherry pomegran, and the maple and cinnamon.  Love them all.  If you like toaster pastries (warmed or just out of the wrapper) - you will certainly love these!  ...and they're USDA Organic!!!


Pros: Very tasty

Cons: Very Fattening

I am not a big toaster patry fan but these are pretty good!  What a great thing there is an organic pastry to eat.  I really like the blueberry flavor.


Pros: Organic, vegetarian

Cons: Still not exactly nutritious, pretty sweet

I've never been a huge fan of sweet things for breakfast.  Even as a kid, I wasn't really one for frosted flakes or even Honey Nut Cheerios.  But if you're going to go for something sweet, particularly if you have yearnings for a good ol' pop tart, I would highly recommend Nature's Path toaster pastries.  While still not super nutritious (one pastry has 210 calories, 5g of fat, and 18g of sugar), if you're going to eat it, it might as well be organic.

Nature's Path Organic Toaster Pastries

Product Description No trans fats! A delicious snack! Eat them straight from the package or warmed in the toaster. Easy to carry and fun to eat as a lunch snack, after school, or anytime you get the munchies. Packed with the wholesome goodness of USDA certified organic ingredients the whole wheat content and real organic fruit fillings make this a healthier choice. Storage: Pastries stay fresh right on the kitchen shelf. This product does not require refrigeration. Best when used by date on end panel. This product is third party certified by Quality Assurance International (QAI). Product of USA. About the Brand In 1971, Arran Stephens and a business partner opened Canada's first large organic supermarket, LifeStream. Founded on the ideal of serving delicious, wholesome foods grown and processed in harmony with nature, the store soon expanded into milling, baking, making muesli, granolas, alfalfa sprouts, nut butters, energy bars, and wholesale distribution. Within a few years, the LifeStream line had grown to include a wide range of products, including both natural and organic whole grain foods and soy-based vegetarian entrees. The company even published its own vegetarian cookbook, which sold over 125,000 copies. Annual sales at LifeStream reached $9 million, making the line one of Canada’s leading natural food brands at the time. LifeStream sales continued to grow to $12 million, but an awkward partnership led to the sale of the company in 1981. It eventually was acquired by Kraft/Phillip Morris. Then in 1985, Arran and his wife, Ratana, started a new venture christened Nature’s Path, from the back of their natural foods restaurant. The company’s first product, Sprouted Organic Manna Bread, debuted at the Natural Products Expo in Anaheim, Calif. Organic Multigrain, Multigrain & Raisin, and Millet Rice Flakes were the very first Nature’s Path cereals and remain as popular as ever. By 1989, building on the success of its cereals, the company had grown 800%. To meet demand, acreage was bought and a 54,000 square foot organic processing plant was built in Delta, British Columbia, Canada. This was the first third-party certified organic cereal plant in the world. Later, ten years after starting Nature's Path, the Stephens family purchased back LifeStream from Kraft. Since, the company has continue to expand its facilities and the brands and products it offers--adding waffles, additional cereals, granola and energy bars, flaxseed meal, baking mixes, and more.

Height11 inches
Width6.25 inches
Additional Features
TypeToaster pastries
Release Date2006-01-06
BrandNature's Path
Length11.69 inches
LabelNature's Path
List Price$43.20
ManufacturerNature's Path
Package Quantity12
PublisherNature's Path
StudioNature's Path
Number Of Items12
Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC
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