Homemade strawberry pop-tarts recipe with fresh strawberry jam, flaky pie crust and a sweet vanilla glaze!
Growing up we went to a lot of minor league baseball games as a family. I have so many fun and completely random memories from those games… from cheering for the other team on purpose, to my dad purposely changing the lyrics of a cheer (which I totally do now to songs… like father, like daughter much?), ponchos in the rain and so much more.
I loved those times with my family and now we’re trying to have those same memories with our own kids. Thankfully, our local team (the Lowell Spinners) has peanut free games. In fact, when other teams didn’t bother to have any at all this year, they planned more peanut free games this year than last! Talk about being awesome. Every child (and adult) should have the opportunity to enjoy baseball.
If you follow me on Snapchat (or if you don’t… I’m bakedby.rachel there – follow along!) then you may have noticed the fun stuff they do between innings. They’re definitely family oriented and a lot of fun! We’re already looking forward to our game next year!
Growing up, I also enjoyed my fair share of strawberry pop-tarts. No other flavor would due, just strawberry. Of course, that totally continued into adulthood as I love everything strawberry related. Somehow that cardboard like consistency manages to bring back fond memories. I truly have no idea why they continue to be such a favorite for so many, but hey… here we are!
Homemade strawberry pop-tarts. World’s better than store bought and easy too.
Flaky all butter (non-cardboard like) pie crust with a sweet strawberry filling and traditional vanilla icing, topped off with the ever important rainbow sanding sugar. We gobbled these up and I’m sure your family will too!
Make memories, but make them tasty! Add these homemade strawberry pop-tarts to your baking plans!