3 Pie Inspired Pop-Tart Recipes

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One morning I woke up with a real hankering (yes, hankering) for a slice of pie. So I thought it would be fun to create pie inspired homemade pop-tarts. I made three different flavors; pumpkin pie, pecan pie and apple pie! These are super easy to make and you can cut them out to be traditional rectangle-shaped tarts, or you can use any large cookie cutter to make your pop-tarts into cute shapes (I made hearts!).

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All you need to whip up a batch of these for yourself is puff pastry and your choice of 'pie' fillings. You can buy puff pastry in most grocery stores, in the freezer section. Many local bakeries will make and sell puff pastry as well, but if you can't find any where you live you can make your own. There are many recipes available online. 

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For the apple pie pop-tarts I made the filling with 1 peeled and finely chopped apple (I used granny smith, but any variety is fine), 3 tablespoons brown sugar, 1 tablespoon sugar and 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon. Mix together and fill your tarts. I garnished these with a little more cinnamon and sugar.

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For the pumpkin pie pop-tarts I made the filling with 1/2 cup pumpkin, 2 tablespoons brown sugar, 1/4 cup ricotta cheese, 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon, and a pinch of nutmeg. Mix together and fill your tarts. I garnished these with a thick glaze made of 3 tablespoons melted butter, 1 tablespoon cream, 1/2 cup powder sugar and a sprinkle of cinnamon and nutmeg.

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For the pecan pie pop-tarts I made the filling out of 1/3 cup pecans, 2 tablespoons brown sugar, 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon and 2 tablespoons corn syrup (you could use honey if you don't like or don't have corn syrup). Mix together and fill your tarts. I garnished these with a few more pecans and cinnamon.

Once you have filled all your tarts place your second puff pastry piece on top and crimp the edges of each tart using a fork. Bake at 350 F for 15-20 minutes until the tarts are puffy and golden brown. Let them cool a minute or two and then garnish as you like. Enjoy! Emma

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  • I’m making my boyfriend dinner tomorrow night and these are perfect for dessert ! love your blog 🙂 !

  • just made the pumpkin ones…and they are so yummy! I am so happy I saw this recipe on your site. quick, easy and delicious! and first thing i’ve made from your site! very cute site btw 🙂

  • I’m not much of a cook, but these look super easy to make. Sure to try them someday.

  • looks really yummy!!! I want to make those too!!!

    xoxo

    Ida

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  • yumyum! this is a good idea for valetines! 😀 😀 😀 btw, i love the font that you use in those snapshots at the bottom! what font is it?

  • Yummm!
    Pumpkin pie sounds so good right now! Might have to make these for the family this weekend…

    Rhoda

  • i happen to have a bunch of apples with no current purpose and can’t wait to do this! yay!

  • They look delicious…!!! Lets try them all

    Love ur recipes Emma

    Thnx

    Alesthesia

  • OH my goodness, this look delicious! What a cute, simple idea too, I think I must try this!

  • Those look amazing!! I never would have thought of using cookie cutters to make something like this… Christmas baking just got a whole lot more fun 🙂

    Much Love

    Anie

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  • Yum! What a great idea!

    -Jenny

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  • These look amazing! Lucky for me, puff pastry is readily available in every Australian grocery.

  • These look so yummy! Much nicer than the ones you put in the toaster 🙂 May have to give these a go, they look so good.

    I like ginger biscuits x

  • I love pop Tarts! May make some Thursday night so I can pop them in the oven Friday morning on my day off for brekkie! YUM.

  • Those are absolutely adorable, and they seem pretty easy too! What a great recipe!

  • Omg! These made me drool! They are soooo adorable and edible…PERFECT!
    I wanna make these with my best friend! Thanks Emma, you are a genius!

  • those look delish! the heart shapes make them even better! cute. 🙂

    love
    kelly

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    J.Lynn
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  • Oh yum! I would love to experiment with other flavors as well – fun!

    xo,

    Sarah

  • These look delicious! I’ll definitely have to try it!

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  • omigosh!
    pumpkin pie poptarts!
    I must make this!

    xo
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  • Those look fantastic!! I am definitely going to have to try them.

    Grace
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  • I’m dying over how cute these are!!!!! YUM! I am going to make them with my Poppy (who I call PopTart)! LOVE!

    Kacie
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  • These are really fancy compared the the ones and I russled up ..look more edible too .. with my left over puff pastry, mine were filled with strawberry and apricot jam then sprinkled with sugar

  • wow these look delicious!!!, I am especially intrigued by the pumpkin pop-tart! YUM <3 love this recipe!

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  • Oh my gosh! They look amazing, I love that the ones you made are heart shaped!!!

  • my mouth is hanging open. emma, you are the queen of recipe ideas.
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  • Brilliant and super yummy-looking.

    ♥ sécia
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  • My mouth just watered. I’ve seen recipes for homemade pop tarts before, but I love the idea of pie inspired pop tarts!

    Yum.


    Talia Christine
    http://taliachristine.blogspot.com

  • I love this! you always have the best and most random (yet SO very appreciated) recipes and craft projects!

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  • Yum!! I made homemade pop tarts a while ago, they were so good! Pop tarts are so hard to get here so it’s nice being able to make your own 🙂 great recipe!!

    Kc

    http://a-sparkley-silver-lining.blogspot.com/

  • I have never had a pop tart, but these sure look delicious. And, you know, anything pumpkin will do… 🙂

  • These look yummy! Once I’ve tried your recipe of pumpkin pop tarts and my family loved it.
    Unfortunately, I did’t. I just don’t like pumpkin but either way, they look fantastic.
    Thanks for great recipes:)
    Greetings!

  • what a lovely idea! so cute! I’m thinking to make some halloween inspired ones…maybe I can find some pumpkin cookie cutters!

  • These look amazing! I am going to attempt to make some tomorrow!

    katie

    Katiediditt.blogspot.com

  • Oooo I like it! I’ve never tried ricotta in my pumpkin pie filling, I’ll have to give that a try. I like that I don’t have to make an entire pie, either. With only two of us, an entire pie gets a little overwhelming!

  • My Hubby would love these! Going to surprise him this weekend with some poptart pies!

  • pure brilliance. seriously…im going to make these. today!
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  • These definitely look delicious and don’t seem to be too difficult! I also love that they are heart-shaped, so even the treats look cute 🙂

  • Oooh these look so delicious! Definitely going to give these ago!

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