Homemade Pop Tarts: savory and sweet

the meandering mates

Batch number one:  the savoryFullSizeRender (2)

I filled some of these with an aged cheddar, roasted garlic, fresh parsley, and a dollop of ‘Amora Moutarde de Dijon’ (favorite French mustard).  Others were similar but stuffed with a smoked gruyere in place of the cheddar. The one you see oozing with strawberries is filled with homemade strawberry jam and a dash of champagne vinegar.  I topped this one with a clove of roasted garlic!  This was my favorite creation: the sweet n savory combo.FullSizeRender_1 (2)

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I topped some with sliced dried fig and honey drizzleFullSizeRender_1

Batch number 2: the sweet FullSizeRender (10)

I simply filled these with my homemade sand plum jelly or strawberry jam.FullSizeRender

Finally the icing on the tart– rainbow sprinkles and crushed freeze dried strawberriesFullSizeRender_2

Pairs perfectly with this café noisetteFullSizeRender_3


crust –

  • 2 cups flour, plus more for rolling
  • 1 t. salt
  • 12 T cold butter, cut into pieces
  • 5-6+ T ice water

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