How to Make Homemade Pop Tarts


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Papapa-Pop tarts, everyone! *winks* But I got some good news especially for all the pop tarts lovers out there: you can make your own delicious pop tarts! What can you say now? “This is the greatest news of the century. Let’s make it even greater by making this homemade pop tarts right this instant. ” Uh-uh! Not so fast, fella. I am going to test your patience, dear one. *winks* The baking can wait until later. While waiting, I won’t activate the boredom mode – learning mode is what we will have. You better sit back and relax while we pop with little pop tarts info and the things you’ll need later.

Pop tarts, as stated in Wikipedia, is a “brand of rectangular, pre-baked toaster pastries made by the Kellogg Company.” Long live, Kellog Company! *winks* Pop tarts consist of two layers of thin crust with a sugary filling in between. There are some varieties that are frosted. Pop tarts are already pre-cooked when sold, but they are designed to be heated in a microwave oven. It has become Kellog’s most popular product in the United States. Millions of Pop Tarts are sold every year. It is mostly distributed in the United States; however, Canada, Finland, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and New Zealand also enjoy the lusciousness of pop tarts too.

I know you are super excited for these homemade pop tarts so I’m going to share you the things you’ll need in making this. Thank Ryanna Machate from the website DIY Ready, people! This time, you should rush to the store and buy one pkg. of prepared pie crust, chocolate hazelnut spread or nutella, jams and a few other things.For the glaze, you'll need powdered sugar and a few other simple ingredients.

For the complete list of ingredients and instructions, please visit the 'DIY Ready' website below.


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