Love toaster pastries but hate the expense and the added sugar to your diet? Make your own homemade Poptarts instead – here’s 11 recipes to try!
Okay, so you’re not going to get the healthy mom of the year award for serving your kids Pop Tarts, but who cares? They like them and they’ll love it if you make homemade poptarts!
Not only are homemade poptarts much tastier, but, you get to feel better about serving them because you’ll know what ingredients are inside and since, I’m sure you’re not going to add chemicals or preservatives, it’s a double-win!
So, if you’re kids love eating pop tarts and you’re looking for a homemade version that isn’t full of a bunch of junk, here’s a list of 11 homemade recipes from classic to OMG!
11 Homemade Poptarts You Have to Try
Strawberry Homemade PopTarts from Saving Room for Dessert
For all you traditionalists out there, here’s a decadent looking Strawberry Poptart recipe from Saving for Dessert. This one is so pretty, it almost looks like toy food!
Homemade S’mores Poptarts from Big Bear’s Wife
Holy Chocolately Marshmallow! My girls love the S’mores Poptarts from the grocery store, but look how thick and creamy these Homemade Pop Tarts from Big Bear’s Wife are – so much more filling than store-bought.
Homemade Nutella Pop Tarts from CincyShopper
Calling all Nutella Fans! Now you can have your favorite morning breakfast filled with your favorite creamy filling.
Blueberry Homemade Poptarts from WikiHow
Blueberry PopTarts were my favorite kind as a kid, but as an adult, I try to stay away from premade foods and so, I’m kinda anxious to try this one! I’ll let you know how they come out.
Maple Cinnamon Oat Poptarts from Back to the Cutting Board
I love anything Maple and Cinnamon, so I was super excited to find this Pop Tart recipe! And since it’s made with Oats, it’s gotta be healthier…right?
Peanut Butter & Jelly – Homemade Poptarts from Cleverly Simple
A classic lunch and breakfast had a baby and the Peanut Butter and Jelly Homemade PopTart was born! How cool would it be to bring these to school for lunch instead of plain old bread, peanut butter & jelly?! I might have to make these since my youngest daughter takes PB&J to school every.single.day.
Homemade Cherry Pop Tarts from In Jennie’s Kitchen
While, I’m not a big cherry fan, I had to include these Homemade Cherry Pop Tarts because they are so stinkin’ pretty! Plus, the husband and oldest daughter like cherries, so maybe I’ll make these one day, too.
Raspberry Homemade Poptarts from Penny Pinchin’ Mom
I have a TON of raspberries growing in my yard, so this recipe for Raspberry Homemade Poptarts couldn’t have come at a better time! These are definitely going on my list of recipes to make.
Homemade Apple Pie Poptarts from Raspberri Cupcakes
Apple Pie for Breakfast. Is there a better way to start the day? Seriously?!
Brown Sugar and Cinnamon Homemade Poptarts from Serious Eats
Ahh…the husband’s favorite kind of Pop Tart. Of course, these move to the top of the list and must be made!
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Homemade Poptarts from Babble
And last, but not least…O.M.G.! Sugar rush for breakfast? YES. PLEASE. I’m not even sure these should be served for breakfast. Maybe it would be best to save these for an afternoon treat or even dessert.
I hope you’ve enjoyed checking out these super-yummy looking homemade poptarts! I know I can’t wait to try some of these recipes…the kids are going to love them!
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