Want to amaze your household? These Nutella Pop Tarts are so simple to make, yet they ohh and ahhh the crowd every time. Skip the store-bought pop tarts and give the homemade version a spin!
Pop tarts work anytime of the year, especially during the school year for a quick breakfast. Add Nutella to this pop tart and you are going to have some very happy kids!
This would be a great recipe to whip up for the first day of school or even a birthday breakfast! Nutella Pop Tarts are delicious, but they also make everyone feel special!
Homemade Nutella Pop Tarts
Whenever you make anything from scratch, it’s always healthier than the store bought version. Keep that in mind as you make this homemade pop tart.
Make-ahead – Perhaps one of the best parts of this recipe is that you can make it ahead of time. When you have busy mornings, these Nutella Pop Tarts are the answer!
Simple to make – No one wants to spend more time in the kitchen than they need to. These homemade pop tarts are super simple to make.
Kid-friendly – The major benefit to making these pop tarts is that they are kid-friendly! You don’t have to worry about wasting your time making something the kids won’t like.
Are you ready to make these homemade poptarts? You only need seven ingredients to help you make these tasty breakfast pastries.
- pie crust
- powdered sugar
- chocolate sprinkles
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How to Make Air Fryer Nutella Pop Tarts
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In a mixing bowl, the sugar, milk and vanilla. Set aside. This will be your glaze.
On a flat floured surface, roll out the pie crust and cut out 3”x4” rectangles.
Two rectangles make one pop tart. Place 1-2 tablespoons of Nutella in the center of a rectangle and spread it out leaving a 1/4” edge.
In a cup or a bowl, beat the egg to create an egg wash. Wash the edge of the rectangle with the egg and place top rectangle on. Press out the air and seal the edges. Using a fork or a crimper, crimp the edges of the pop tart.
Brush the top of the pop tart with the egg wash and using a toothpick, poke air holes. Place tart in an oiled air fryer basket and cook on 350° for 6 minutes or until golden brown. Let cool to room temp and then ice and sprinkle the tart.
If you can’t use Nutella, but want a different alternative, there are a few things you can use.
Instead of Nutella – Hey, Hey Hazelnut, Hershey’s Chocolate, NutiLight, Barefoot and Chocolate
Instead of Chocolate Sprinkles – If you can’t use the sprinkles mentioned in this recipe, you could always make your own or put Funfetti sprinkles on top of the pop tarts!
Nutella Pop Tart Variations
Do you want to change things up with these pop tarts? You can! Here are some of my favorite ways:
- Frosting – you can add whatever flavor of frosting you want to the pop tarts!
- Leave the sprinkles off – don’t like sprinkles? Don’t add them!
- Kid-friendly – let the kids make their own pop tarts using this recipe. Kids can get super creative.
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If you aren’t going to eat these Nutella Pop Tarts in one sitting like a normal person, then you’ll have to store them. You can place the pop tarts in an airtight container. They should stay good for about 3 days! Just make sure you close the container when you aren’t eating them!
You can use this homemade part tart recipe as a base for other pop tart recipes. If you regularly buy pop tarts from the store, then it’s time you save yourself some money and make some at home.
Do you have questions about Nutella Pop Tarts? Here are the answers to the most commonly asked questions.
You can freeze pop tarts, you just want to make sure they are cooled down to room temperature. Once they are cooled down, you can cover them with foil or plastic wrap and then place them in the freezer.
Honestly, making the pop tarts yourself is about as healthy as you can get! Offer a side of fruit with the pop tart to help make this snack even more balanced.
This may be a matter of opinion, but the general consensus seems to be that root beer flavored pop tarts have been the weirdest flavor ever invented.
Reheat in the air fryer at 350 degrees for 2 to 4 minutes or until warm. Be sure to what your pop tarts so that they can’t burn. To reheat in the oven bake at 375 degrees for 4 to 6 minutes or until warm.
Yes! To make Nutella Poptarts in the oven preheat the oven to 375 degrees and bake for 15 to 20 minutes or until your pop tarts are crispy.
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Air Fryer Nutella Pop Tarts
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Air Fryer Nutella Pop Tarts
- Air Fryer
- cutting board
- Mixing Bowl
- small bowl
- 2 rolls of pie crust
- 1 1/2 cups Nutella
- 1/2 tablespoon vanilla
- 2 cups powdered sugar
- 2 tablespoons milk
- 1 egg
- 1/4 cup chocolate sprinkles
- In a mixing bowl, the sugar, milk and vanilla. Set aside.
- On a flat floured surface, roll out the pie crust and cut out 3”x4” rectangles.
- Two rectangles make one pop tart. Place 1-2 tablespoons of Nutella in the center of a rectangle and spread it out leaving a 1/4” edge.
- In a cup or a bowl, beat the egg to create an egg wash. Wash the edge of the rectangle with the egg and place top rectangle on. Press out the air and seal the edges. Using a fork or a crimper, crimp the edges of the pop tart.
- Brush the top of the pop tart with the egg wash and using a toothpick, poke air holes.
- Place tart in an oiled air fryer basket and cook on 350° for 6 minutes or until golden brown.
- Let cool to room temp and then ice and sprinkle the tart.