Nutella is one of my favorite foods to indulge in!!! Our cupboards are always full of the yummy, creamy, chocolatey goodness in a jar.
I can’t believe it took me so long to get on the Nutella train. It’s some amazing stuff for pop tarts and Banana Nutella Quesadillas.
It is made with skim milk, so it has to be good for you, right?
(my fav are the cookie dough ones…mmmmm)
How to make Nutella Pop Tarts:
Unroll the pie crust and cut each one into 8 rectangles for a total of 16. You may need to re-roll the dough to get enough.
Fill 8 of the rectangles with Nutella and top with the other 8 dough rectangles. Use a fork to press together the edges before baking.
Let the pastries cool completely before topping them with melted white chocolate. Chocolate drizzles and sprinkles made these fun breakfast treats look just like the originals.
My kids couldn’t believe I actually made these while they were at school. Score one point for mom in the kitchen!!!
I see a whole lot more homemade Nutella pop tarts in our breakfast future!!! And I see lots of other fun flavors being tried too!!!
Doesn’t a cinnamon apple version sound amazing? Or blueberry or strawberry. The possibilities are endless with this easy snack!
What would you fill your pastries with?
(original photo from August 2010)
More easy breakfast treats to try:
- Chocolate Brownie Cheesecake Breakfast Tarts – a sweet brownie center, chocolate frosting, and sprinkles will get the morning started off right.
- Sprinkle Nutella Rolls – easy rolls filled with Nutella and lots of sprinkles.
- Blueberry Breakfast Bars from All Day I Dream About Food – crumbly bars with a sweet berry filling are perfect for breakfast or dessert.
- Breakfast Popsicles from Recipe Girl – frozen yogurt, fruit, and chia seeds make a quick on the go summer snack
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