S’mores Poptarts

I have forever been a s’mores gal. Any and everything s’mores. Although obviously nothing is quite as good as the real deal. Unfortunately there’s not a permit bonfire set up in my backyard so I’m always trying out new s’mores concoctions. Last month I tried out homemade pop tarts for the first time {check them out here}. After absolutely falling in love with them I knew I had to give them a s’mores twist. Marshmallow fluff proved to be a little interesting to work with and if you don’t like sticky stuff I’d definitely recommend using actual marshmallows {think I will next time!}. Other than that little ordeal they were a breeze to make and definitely my new favorite version of homemade pop tarts.

Pre-made pie crusts (3)
Marshmallow fluff
Semi-sweet chocolate chips
6 ounces of semi-sweet chocolate chips
{I used mini chocolate chips but regular would be fine}

Preheat oven to 350 degrees and lightly spray cookie sheet with cooking spray
Roll dough out a little thinner than it comes in package
Use cookie cutter to cut out as many circles as you can get
With the extra scraps of dough you should be able to get 2-4 more pop tarts  depending on the size of your cookie cutter. Mine was very small!

Lay out half of the circles on cookie sheet
Whisk egg and brush over top of each heart on the cookie sheet
Place a tablespoon of the marshmallow fluff on each circle on the cookie sheet
Top marshmallow fluff with a couple of chocolate chips {I used 5-6 mini}
Place another circle on top of the original circle and filling
Press together edges with fingers
Press the tines of a fork around the edges
Poke fork in the top of each pop tart to allow steam to come out while cooking
Place in refrigerator for 30 minutes
Cook for 12-15 if small circles 15-20 if larger, you want them to be golden
While pop tarts are cooling on a wire rack…

Melt 6 ounces of chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl
Microwave 30 second increments and stir in between until completely smooth
Drip chocolate across slightly warm pop tarts
Let chocolate harden

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