These Mini Strawberry Pop Tarts are so delicious, you won’t be able to get enough of them. This homemade strawberry pop tart recipe will be a hit in your home.
Homemade strawberry pop tart recipe
Pop Tarts are a huge hit in our home, my kids could eat them for every meal if I let them. Thankfully, these little Mini Strawberry Pop Tarts are so easy and fun to make when I do give in to their whim these treats can be whipped up quickly. They’re so delicious and easy to make this may just become a favorite cookie treat in your home!
Check out how easy it is to make these fun treats below.
What you’ll Need:
- 1 pkg. Pillsbury Pie Crusts
- 1 Can Strawberry Pie Filling
- 1 Can Vanilla Frosting
- Food Coloring
- Sprinkles and Jimmies
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Take both round pieces of pie crusts and trim off the edges so you have 2 square pieces the same size.
Divide the frosting into 3 small bowls and mix food coloring into 2 of the bowls with your choice of color and leave one bowl of frosting white.
On one piece of your pie crust, take a teaspoon and put dollops of pie filling. You can fit 24-30 dollops on the crust.
Place the other piece of crust on top of Bottom Strawberry sheet.
Then cut the dough in strips about ¼ inch from each edge of the dollops of pie filling. You can see the pie filling through the dough so this is easy to do.
Using a fork, press along the edges to seal the 2 sheets of dough together around the edges of the filling.
Then cut strips the other direction so now you have individual little filled pieces, and press the fork along the other edges to seal together.
Place the little mini pop tarts on a cookie tray and put a tiny cut into the top of each tart.
Bake for 8-10 minutes or until edges are lightly browned. Let cool
Frost each pop tart and sprinkle with jimmies or sprinkles.
Don’t they look Amazing? They taste even better!
Try them for yourself 🙂
Looking for another delicious homemade pop tart recipe? Check out these Homemade Pop tarts filled with Nutella.
Comments & Reviews
Tamara Burton says
How did you frost them so perfectly, with clean edges? Is there a trick for this? Thank you!
Haha No, Just free hand although I have parchment paper with grids on it that kind of give an idea of how straight I should go. The fork finishing around the edges helps fix any imperfections.
Calvin F. says
These are wonderful, never knew you could diy pop tarts.
Sandra Watts says
These are super cute. I bet they are fun to make and eat!