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Pumpkin Pie Pop Tarts

Pumpkin Pie Pop Tarts
Pumpkin Pie Pop Tarts
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These Pumpkin Pie Pop Tarts are a delicious pastry that you can eat no matter what time it is! These are a perfect option as dessert for breakfast. This toaster pastry also makes a great late night snack. Enjoy this pumpkin recipe hot out of  the oven when the weather starts to get colder. Simply top them with the vanilla glaze and sprinkles, and they're ready to eat! You can even freeze them so that they're ready for your next brunch on a lazy weekend.

Yields8 pastries

Cooking Time25 min

Cooking Vessel SizeBaking sheet

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I have been making pop tarts for a little while now. I really love brown sugar and cinnamon, but when I saw these, I thought I would try them. I had a fresh pumpkin pie pumpkin from my garden that I had pureed, and I though that this would be the best way to use it. I made several batches along with my brown sugar and cinnamon. These were gone first. Now, I have to make more of these! The whole family loved them. Putting them on my list to make monthly, or until all of our garden pumpkins run out.

For having consumed a massive amount of the commercially-produced Pop Tarts over the years, it never occurred to me to make my own. Thanks to Maggie G for the tip about using store-bought pie dough or puff pastry in case you don't want to try making the dough from scratch. I do want to try my hand at this dough, but I think I'll go the cheat route the first time I make these. The icing is good, but I think these would be equally good just plain.

Homemade pop tarts are really fun to make and so easy! This recipe is a bit adventurous and has you create the crust yourself at home. However, you can totally use store bought pie crust or puff pastry. This will save you a lot of time and still tastes great! Such a cute idea for the fall!

What a fun fall breakfast idea! These would probably be a lot of fun to make with older kids, too.

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