Homemade Blueberry Pop Tarts

Breakfast pastries are a delicious, special treat. Typically I’ll splurge and try these goodies when I travel, but we don’t regularly indulge on them at home. Until now. Recently we stayed at The Little Nell in Aspen, Colorado. The Pastry Chef Amy Andrews treats hotel guests to Homemade Pop Tarts, they are served at breakfast and thankfully on the room service menu as well. The fillings vary according to what she has on hand and the results are always spectacular! She was kind enough to share the recipe for me to post with you. I hope you enjoy these pop tarts as much as we do!

“The Pop Tarts were an idea that we had to bring a bit of excitement to the morning meal period. We wanted to offer our guest a pastry that could be enjoyed by itself or with everyone at a table. I wanted this pastry to remind people of fun or enjoyment from their past.”

Amy Andrews

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The Most Delicious Homemade Pop Tarts Recipe!

~ Marla Meridith

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5 thoughts on “Homemade Blueberry Pop Tarts

  1. Love this post and how you made a heart on your pop tart!
    Thanks for being our guest at The Little Nell and taking (and baking) our recipe home with you.

    1. Thanks so much May! We have so many great memories of our time there. Looking forward to more fun & deliciousness at The Little Nell in the future.

  2. Quarantine has brought out the baker in me!! Today I made the “pop-tarts”! Wow they were delicious!! Thank you for sharing the recipe. Hopefully we’ll make it up to Aspen this summer and stop in the Little Nell and get the real pop tarts!!

    1. Hi Jennifer! I’m so happy to hear you had great success with these delicious pop tarts! I hope we all can get back to Aspen this summer. I miss it so much!