18 thoughts on “Today’s Fun Thing: Homemade Pop Tart

  1. Karen

    Ok, no fair posting a photo of a homemade pop tart without any instructions!

    I plan on asking my fiance to make this for me for my birthday.

  2. Renee

    I love the little potted plants in the background. They look like they belong in a spa or anywhere that needs a little peace brought to the room.

  3. DLG in Mich

    My 8-year old and I made the ones from smittenkitchen.com and they were awesome. We didn’t make the Nutella ones, we went with brown sugar. Mmmmm..

  4. Kara

    That looks yummy but I have to admit, I’m more interested in those cute plants. Tell us more about them!

  5. Jennifer K Gonnella

    I am thinking puff pastry with nutella inside. yummmmm! for the plants check out this book: The New Terrarium: Creating Beautiful Displays for Plants and Nature

  6. Kim

    I agree with Jennifer regarding the puff pastry…if that was the case, did you make the puff pastry, or buy it in the frozen section?

  7. shannon

    Is that Matching Half cafe? Love that spot, but I’ve never had the nutella poptart. I may have to do something about that. Aren’t those terrariums the cutest?

  8. Maggie Mason

    It is the Matching Half Cafe. The homemade poptart is made by a local baker, so I guess “handmade” would be a better word, and the plants are the terrariums at the cafe.

  9. latenac

    Looks like a great place and a delicious poptart. I’m glad you weren’t so mean as to actually have made this yourself and all you were going to post about the experience was the picture. Unless it was that traumatic.

  10. Jennifer K Gonnella

    I think I will be picking up some puff pastry dough and making these…already have the nutella. I used the frozen dough before for chocolate turnovers…easy and fabulous.

  11. April G.

    Nutella poptart!? That is some crazy genius right there, and may actually stir me to make my own poptarts.

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