Toaster Pastry Press

Toaster Pastry Press
Toaster pastries and pop tarts are treats that we loved as kids, but if you haven’t had one in a while and try to go back for the sake of nostalgia, you’ll notice that they just don’t taste as good as you remember. Part of this could be attributed to changes in the recipes, but it is much more likely that if you do a lot of home baking, you simply have slightly higher standards than you did as a kid waiting for that pastry to pop out of the toaster.Fortunately, Homemade Toaster Pastries are easy to make and fill with any flavor of jam or jelly that you can get your hands on. The most difficult part of making them is getting the pastries cut out and sealed together because rectangular cookie cutters aren’t things that most of us just happen to have lying around.

If you’re serious about making your own toaster pastries, you might want to pick up a Toaster Pastry Press. This two-part gadget cuts out perfectly shaped pastries and also helps you seal those edges back up. It is lightweight and easy to use, and it even comes with a recipe for making a homemade version of pop tarts, although you can put it to use with any kind of dough that you like (even puff pastry). Homemade pastries can usually be baked and then frozen, so you’ll have them available whenever the craving strikes.

4 comments

  1. What a great idea! I freaking love Pop Tarts.

  2. I love making jam tarts. I just use round canning lids (the wide mouth are about the right size). With microwaves and those toaster baking things, the tarts don’t have to be square. My kids love the home made ones much better than store bought, and since we make all our jam too, we have lots of varities and I know what goes into them all. You do need to freeze them individually, or use wax paper between so that they don’t freeze together is you want to freeze them.

  3. This is a brilliant idea! Who knew you could make your own? I can;t wait to try this–peach season is coming, and I already have lemons on my tree. Lemon toaster pastry–yum!

  4. Ooh – looks like a lot of fun! Really enjoying your blog – am looking forward to finding more inspiration.

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