Pop Tarts Homemade

Pop Tarts Homemade

My kids have no idea what a poptart is, I just don’t buy those kinds of products. I don’t mind though making them on my own – Either you can make your own pastry dough or you can purchase a pre-made one.

INGREDIENTS

1 14.1 oz pack of pre-made pie crusts (two 9 inch rounds)

1 cup Chocolate spread, fruit jam, fresh blueberries smashed.
Powder sugar mix for toping if you want.  Sugar and water  and spinkles or nuts for on top. 

DIRECTIONS

  • Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  • Unroll pie crusts, and cut two long rectangles. Cut into equal, smaller, pop tart shaped rectangles. (You should have 16 pieces.)
  • Drop two tablespoons of your filling in the center of 8 of the dough rectangles. Place another rectangle on top, and crimp the edges with a fork. Flip and repeat crimping on the  other side too.
  • Bake for about 7 – 8 minutes.
  • If you want a frosted pop tart you can mix powdered sugar with some water and spread on the pop tarts while they are warm. Apply sprinkles or nuts immediately after frosting before it forms.

Natalie Klein

Natalie Klein CEO and Co-Owner started with HMC in 2008, she has an insatiable appetite for celebrities and the world of entertainment. Married to a Hollywood agent, she is always mingling with actors. Natalie, oversees the everyday operations for Hot Moms Club and is currently the Editor In Chief. Natalie was a contributor to MOM and Pregnancy Magazine. Babble and OK! Magazine has been a frequent partner to the events Natalie has helped create. Her work has been featured on the WE Network’s series, ”Platinum Babies.” Natalie was a spokesperson for Gerber and has created hybrid mom and blogger outreach with brands such as American Greetings, POM WONDERFUL, Dreamworks, HASBRO, PLAYSKOOL, Sesame Street, Macys, Shutterfly, Cord Blood Registry, W Residents and the Plaza Hotel. She is on the Friends of Baby Buggy committee, a charitable organization that was founded by Jessica Seinfeld. Natalie has two young children, a son and daughter both under the age of 8, and a Havanese dog named Mookie Wilson.

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7 thoughts on “Pop Tarts Homemade”

  1. Can these be reheated in the toaster or toaster oven? What’s the shelf life, refrigeration or shelf stable? Thanks!!

  2. The idea is great but lost me at premade pie crusts. I guess it depends on what pie crust you buy. Hm.

  3. Pillsbury has pie crusts you just unroll and they are ready for use. You get two 9″ crusts in a box. They are found with the biscuits I believe. 🙂

  4. I wonder if you can make with different flavors such as the chocolate or cinnamon pop tarts?

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