Homemade Pop Tarts - Table For Seven
  • Homemade Pop Tarts

    Oct 02nd • Posted in Homemade Pantry


    Forget the box! Make the classic homemade..

    Ah, pop tarts. They have been around for years, right?  I am guilty of eating them and feeding them to my children. Yes, I know, not great.  I tried an organic brand.  They were better, no dyes, nothing artificial. But, of course, they were more costly.  Such a dilemma, right?

    First, I tried not to panic. I could just not feed them to my kids, but, what fun is that?  So, after realizing..um..duh! (Smacks self on forehead.) Just make them! So, I did.  Such a great idea.

    Now, there are 2 ways you can do these.  With homemade pie crust of refrigerator pie crust. Your choice. I make them with the refrigerator ones. Either way, they are better than the boxed version.

    The thing I love about these is the options are endless.  You can do fruit, cinnamon, chocolate fillings, icing, no icing. The crust can also be whole wheat for a healthier switch.

    I usually fill ours with grape or strawberry jelly and frost with a simple powdered sugar glaze. Of course, I   also toss on a few sprinkles, just for fun.

    These can be made in a large quantity and put in the freezer for a later day for breakfast or to snack on. No more box needed!

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    Homemade Pop Tarts

    by Table for Seven
    Prep Time: 00:30
    Cook Time: 00:07
    Ingredients
    • 1 package refrigerated pie crust
    • jam/jelly of your choice

    FOR GLAZE

    • 1 cup powdered sugar
    • 1-3 TBSP milk
    Instructions
    Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
    Unroll one of the pie crusts and square the edges. Cut into rectangles. Place 1 tsp of filling in the center of a rectangle and top with another piece of crust. Crimp all four edges. Repeat until all of the pie crust is used.
    Bake 7 – 8 minutes or until slightly brown.
    Whisk powdered sugar and milk together until smooth. Adding/subtracting milk for desired consistency. Drizzle or frost on pop tarts.
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