Homemade Pop-Tarts

Ask any kid what their favorite breakfast is, and the answer would overwhelmingly be the Pop-Tart. It’s quick, colorful, and delicious — everything their little hearts desire. But instead of giving your kids the not-so-healthy packaged ones, try these homemade pop-tarts so you can feel good about your kids’ breakfast.

1. Rainbow Pop-Tarts

Ditch bland cereal and jazz up your mornings with these rainbow Pop-Tarts. With a spectrum of fresh fruits packed inside and a little technicolor drizzle on the outside, this breakfast is anything but boring! (via Babble)

2. Chocolate Drizzle Pop-Tarts

Chocolate for breakfast? Yes, please! Reminiscent of chocolate-filled croissants at a French bakery, these Pop-Tarts only require two ingredients. (via Babble)

3. Sunshine Lemon Pop-Tarts

If your sleepy kids need a morning pick-me-up, they won’t be able to help but smile they see a plate of these sunny treats filled with lemon marmalade. The non-traditional shape makes them almost too cute to eat (almost). (via Babble)

4. Pop-Tart Pops

What’s even more fun than Pop-Tarts? Pop-Tarts on a stick! These downsized versions are just right to grab and go on busy mornings. (via Babble)

5. Better-for-You Strawberry Pop-Tarts

These Pop-Tarts are just as good as — if not better than — the strawberry ones from the supermarket, but healthier; they’ve got a whole-wheat crust and are filled with jam made with real fruit. (via Babble)

6. Nutella Pop-Tarts

You won’t find these in a box! The chaotic morning rush doesn’t seem nearly so bad when you have one of these delectable chocolaty-hazelnut treats in hand. (via Babble)

7. Sweetheart Pop-Tarts

There’s no better way to say “I love you” than with these decadent strawberry pastries — complete with cute, heart-shaped cut-outs for your little (or big!) sweethearts. (via Babble)

8. PB&J Pop-Tarts

Do your kids ask for good old PB&J in their lunchbox every day? Now they can have their sweet and salty favorite for breakfast, too! (via Babble)

9. Pumpkin Pop-Tarts

Get the flavors of homemade pumpkin pie without all the extra work. Your kids can carve whatever they want onto these speedy, no-fuss tarts! (via Babble)

10. Whole Wheat Pop-Tarts

Simplicity is key with this recipe. Roll out the buttery, flaky whole-wheat crust and fill with jam for a healthy and yummy from-the-box alternative. (via Babble)

Article Posted 7 years Ago

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