Pop-Tarts are being made into pizza, tacos and nachos. No, really.

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By Christine Wang2017-02-21 19:55:33 UTC

Sometimes, it feels like the entire food industry's only desire is to create the next edible thing that will make us go WTF.

Case in point: Kellogg's NYC, a cafe where you can have the honor of paying $6 for a single bowl of cereal, will be overhauling its menu this week to celebrate Pop-Tarts.

"You've never tasted anything like it," their website boasts.

Very accurate, as we've never thought about making nachos out of Confetti Cupcake Pop-Tarts or creating a pizza with Brown Sugar Cinnamon Pop-Tarts as the base.

But now these things exist in the world, for better or worse.

Pop-Tart creations like the pizza and the tacos run for $8 or $9. The Pop-Tart burrito is the most expensive of the food items on the menu at $12.

For those who love Pop-Tarts but want to stay as far away as possible from these weird food mashups, there are more normal items on the menu that make sense for Pop-Tarts.

There are six different kinds of Pop-Tart milkshakes that you can choose from for $12. There is also Pop-Tart tiramisu and cheesecake for $8.

Whether you are an adventurous foodie, a thrill seeker or just want to relive your childhood in the most delicious way possible, Kellogg's NYC is the place for you this week. The Pop-Tarts cafe will operate only until Sunday.

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