Friday, June 16, 2017

pop tart cookies

remember those pop tart mini bags 
i made in my last post here?

well these are what went in them.
totally easy peasy 
pop tart cookies.
all you need is the ready made stuff and this pan.
or bake them up in a big pan and cut them 
in rectangle shapes before they cool.

first i paired them up and snuggled them together 
in each hole like so, then baked them for 25 minutes.
they came out with giant wells?! 

no worries, just grab a spoon and get to smooshing immediately while they're still hot.
then remove from pan once cooled for about 5 minutes and 
allow to cool thoroughly on a cooling rack.
see they are pop tart templates.

but hey before we go onto the obvious,
i would like you to know that this was my 2nd attempt 
at pop tart cookies.

the 1st batch were actually macarons and 
although they did come out,
i won't bother showing you cuz they were not 
exactly how i pictured. 
(note to self-
try again before someone else steals your idea!...
uhoh it's already to late i have a feeling...)

anyway, back to these babies.
make some icing with confectioner's sugar and milk 
or use french vanilla creamer like i did 
cuz the family drank all the milk without your knowledge 
and that's all you had in the fridge. 
(but hey it came out rather yummy!)
then add your mandatory sprinkles and allow the icing to dry before attacking.
you can of course use your own 
sugar cookie recipe but why bother?
mini pop tart cookies in mini pop tart bags for your 
big daddy on pop's day.

to all you wonderful dads out there :)


  1. I shoulda known you'd come up with a filler for that bag. Good thing I pinned it. Now this will go with it. This would be so fun and easy for a group of women (aka girls) to do for all the fathers at church. Next year. Oh, girl, I sure do luv u! Dona

    1. and i luv ua back BBFF !!! girl's nights (and days) are the best! 😁🤗

  2. Pinned! These look yummy and so cute!

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks:

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!


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