Saturday, January 15, 2011

Homemade Poptarts


(I know this isn't the most attractive photo in the world, but these are delicious!)
This recipe is adapted from here.  This is the second time I have made these and we haven't eaten the whole batch each time for breakfasts throughout the week.  They are great both warm up and cold out of the fridge.

2 cups wheat flour
1 1/2 cups white flour  (feel free to use just one type of flour and make it 3 1/2 cups)
1 teaspoon sea salt
1 cup plain yogurt
1 cup melted butter
any sort of filling (we've tried strawberry jelly, nutella, apple butter, marshmellow)

Optional topping
1 tbsp of milk
1 cup of powdered sugar
1 tsp of vanilla


Mix together flour, salt, yogurt, and butter.  Knead the dough a bit to make it workable.  Then roll it out on a well floured surface until it is about 3ish mm thick.  Then cut it with cookie cutters.  (The first time I just cut them into square pieces which worked okay but it was hard to give them even sizes.  With cookie cutters too, I was able to give a different shape a different filling.)

Then spread about 1/2 teaspoon to teaspoon of filling on one of the shapes.  Find a matching shape and put it on top.  Then go around the edges with a fork to seal the edges.

Lay each poptart flat on a baking sheet for 20-25 mins at 350° until they are golden brown.  Depending on how big you make them it makes around 15-20.  

The second time I made them I also added the powder sugar drizzle.  Add a little milk, a bit of vanilla and stir in powdered sugar till the right consistency.  Then I drizzled them once they got out of the oven.  Delicious!  




3 comments:

Cindy said...

Does this mean you are done with no junk food January??

Kaci Jo said...

Ummmm no, I wouldn't consider these junk food.

Actuary Mom said...

I definitely would consider these junk food. :)