Total Time
Prep 0 mins
Cook 0 mins

Ingredients Nutrition

  • to taste pie dough
  • to taste jam


  1. Take pie dough, roll out as usual. Cut into rectangles.
  2. Spread jam on half of them, leaving a half inch or so on the edges without jam. Cover with the other half of the rectangles. Crimp the edges with a fork.
  3. Bake till the pie dough is done.
  4. You can frost these with a simple glaze, like powdered sugar and milk, or leave plain. You can either make up a batch of these, or just do one or two with leftover dough the next time you make a pie.


Most Helpful

This recipe was good! But since i didnt have any pie dough lieing around i used a sheet of puff pastery instead... it worked fine! It was flaky and crunchy and looked a little inflated. I also put peanut butter on it as an icing.

Caty July 06, 2005

FABULOUS!!! I am never buying store brought pop tarts ever again! I used a gluten free pastry mix and strawberry jam. I froze them and toasted them straight away without defrosting. I have to say I have my own recipe for home made pop tarts, but it doesn't come close to this. I will try again with variations like they do in the store ones. Thanks for posting. Miss Pixie x x x :D

Perfect Pixie July 15, 2007

My DH liked them more than our DS's, they are used to the 'processed' tasting ones, with a ten year shelf life! I used blackberry jam. Thanks Queen Dragon Mom May 08, 2005

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