Mmm, bite sized pop tarts are perfect for snacking on (or even eating like cereal!) they're really easy and fun to make, plus there are so many ways to make them your own by changing the flavour of the 'pastry', the filling and the glaze!

Step 1: You Will Need...


For the 'Pastry' (this is more like a cookie dough)

1/2 cup all purpose flour
1/2 cup whole wheat flour (or all purpose flour)
rounded 1/4 tsp baking powder
2 tbsp sugar
4 tbsp unsalted butter
scant 1/4 tsp salt
2-3 tbsp milk

1 egg white
1 tsp water

Filling Suggestions
marshamallow fluff, dried fruits, different types of chocolate, frangipane, jams, cookie doughs, lemon curd, nut butters, nutella, cinnamon + sugar

For the Glaze
1/2 c powdered sugar
colors/ flavors: cocoa powder, instant coffee, maple extract, cinnamon, almond extract, jam, lemon
things to sprinkle: demerara sugar, coconut, sprinkles, chopped nuts, zest, grated chocolate...


Cookie sheet
knife (doesn't need to be very sharp) 
food processor or medium bowl 
2 small bowls
baking paper
measuring cups and spoons
cling film
rolling pin
pastry brush or a thick, very clean paint brush
toothpick (optional)
how delightful! can't wait to try this method out. have a bunch of assorted frozen berries to find stuff to do with them.
These are so adorable!
lol they look like breakfist pizza rolls
Im allergic to soy (really badly i cant even eat the oil or lecithin) so im really glad you posted this so i can have mini pop tarts :)
Nom Nom Nom...
This looks so cute XD
The kinda look like frosted pizza rolls...
Slobbers flow :)<br>
Oh wow. These are so cute! I need to improve my baking skills. :P
Awesome! They looks so good.
Nyan cats? :3
Wow, this is a great idea. Good job.
Mmm these look tasty!
I love these! They are so adorable and look so tasty! (And easier to eat than regular pop-tarts that always crumble apart for me.)

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