Using store bought pie dough, you can create these Pumpkin Poptarts anytime of the year! They are simple to make, and better for you than store bought.
It’s the time of the year when all things pumpkin have hit the store shelves, and one of the first pumpkin spiced things that my family searches for are pumpkin pie poptarts. My husband found them one year, and he has bought them every year since. The sad part about it is, Kelsie can’t have them, thanks to the corn syrup.
It’s a good thing for her that they are super easy to make, require only a few things, and I can whip them together in no time.
When we evacuated for Hurricane Michael, I had these made up and ready to go! Too bad that she only got to eat one of them because once my family all got a bite, they gobbled them right up. But, lucky for Kelsie, they are easy to recreate and have on hand. This recipe is a simple one, which are the best kinds right?
Since they are homemade, like most things when compared to store bought, the homemade version tastes far better. These never disappoint! And the best part is you can enjoy these year round, and not just when the holidays roll around.
Making homemade poptarts is one of those things that you don’t really think about how easy it really is, until you actually do it. Of course you can use your own homemade dough, but like I mentioned in the Apple Pie Galette post, I’m not a pie dough maker. It’s just one of those things I haven’t quite nailed down yet.
The flavor possibilities are endless here. You can create all sorts of fruit flavored poptarts using pie dough. One that I really want to make is the sugar cookie ones. Have y’all tried those? The center is like a melted sugar cookie. Similar in flavor to the International Delight Sugar Cookie coffee creamer. YUM! I hoard that creamer this time of year, and wished it was like peppermint mocha, and available year round.
Looking for other tasty breakfast ideas?