Homemade Healthy Poptarts

Muna Escobar


I ran into this recipe from Heavenly Homemakers website. I was really excited to try them since I no longer buy the store bought version due to all the sugar in them. These are good and my kids loved them. They are most definetly not sweet like the store bought but they are satisfying as a healthier option.
*Next time I make these I will probably substitute half the butter for a ground flax/water combination and/or applesauce to help cut down on some of the fat.

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20 Min
25 Min


3 1/2 c
whole wheat flour (i used freshly milled)
1 c
butter, melted
1 c
plain yoghurt
1 tsp
3-4 Tbsp
or so of jam, jelly or preserves of choice, nutella, peanut butter & jelly, apple or other fruit pie filling
optional- powdered sugar or a homemade cream cheese or sugar glaze


1Combine the flour & salt.
2Combine the yoghurt & melted butter, then add to the flour mixture.
3Mix until a soft dough forms & form into a ball.
4Lightly flour a large flat surface.
5Roll out dough to 1/8"-1/4" thickness.
6Using a pizza slicer cut out rectangular shapes.
7Spread about 1 tsp jam, jelly or preserves onto half of pieces making sure to leave about 1/2" around the edges.
8Top each piece with another piece that closesly matches.
9Use a fork to seal the edges.
10Place onto baking sheet and bake at 350' for about 15 minutes or until golden.
11**If desired you can make a simple sugar glaze, cream cheese glaze or simply sprinkle on some powdered sugar.
12These can be frozen.
13To reheat from being frozen, simply pop in the toaster oven to heat.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Fruit Breakfast
Other Tag: Healthy