Not to be a company to miss out on a trend, in the late ’60s, Nabisco debuted their spin on the tarts — Toastettes — describing these sugar & fruit-filled breakfast treats as pop-ups.
Take a look back here at these long-gone pastries that so many people have still not forgotten.
New Toastettes. The only toaster pastry with Nabisco quality baked-in. (1968)
A baker is very careful before he puts his name on a piece of pastry. That’s why Nabisco has to have the ripest, juiciest apples… the plumpest blueberries… the shiniest cherries… the sweetest strawberries.
And it has to be our finest flaky crust. The first toaster pastry that actually tastes as good as you hoped it would. Or our name wouldn’t be on it.
Toastettes. By Nabisco.
Introducing a brilliant new idea — Sparkling Toastettes from Nabisco. (1960s)
What an idea! Top Toastettes with a glimmery new glaze. A little bit of sparkling sugar that makes a big difference. Makes the crust taste crustier. Crisper. And a little bit sweeter, too.
That’s on top of everything you loved about Toastettes before. The homemade goodness of the plump, sweet fruit fillings. Strawberry. Cherry. Apple. Blueberry. And the spicy Brown Sugar Cinnamon. Not to mention the lightest, flakiest pastry crust around.
Toastettes. A pastry only a baker could bake. With a just-right recipe, and a touch of sparkling sugar on top. (Which makes Toastettes the only toaster pastry you don’t have to toast to love.)
New Sparkling Toastettes from Nabisco. Brilliant.
Nabisco announces Sparkling Toastettes (1968)
New Brown Sugar Cinnamon Toastettes. With a shimmery new glaze on top. A little touch of sugar that makes a big difference. Makes the crust taste crustier. Crunchier. And a little bit sweeter, too.
And this beautiful new topping tops a beautiful new flavor: Brown Sugar Cinnamon Toastettes. (All sugar and spice and nice inside. All flaky and crisp and sparkly outside.)
The taste of homemade pastry only a baker could bake. Baked with Nabisco quality with a touch of inspiration and a just-right recipe. And a sparkling glaze that makes Toastettes the one toaster pastry you don’t have to toast. (They’re that delicious right out of the box.)
Sparking Toastettes. Great anytime. They’re sure to set off some sparkling conversation. Even at the breakfast table.
Toastettes flavors (1960s)
Featuring Brown sugar cinnamon, Apple, Blueberry, Strawberry, and Cherry.
Something luscious just popped up. (1960s)
New “Toastettes” from Nabisco.
At last — a pop-up that tastes as good as you always hoped a pop-up would taste. It took a real baker to do it. And Nabisco did it.
Flaky, tender pastry shells jammed to the four corners with luscious fruit. Juicy apple. Tangy blueberries. Plump cherries. The ripest strawberries.
Now — which delicious Toastette will you try first? Toastettes — The Baker’s Pop-Up.
Nabisco introduces Peaches and Oranges (1970)
In 2 new Toastettes — Orange marmalade and peach flavor. Sweet and juicy. And jam-packed inside a light, golden crust.
Toastettes’ eye-filling new package tells you the taste.