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Halloween Pop Tarts Coffins Made Easy

Halloween Pop Tarts

It’s that bewitching time of year when the world embraces the spirit of the macabre. If you’re looking to conjure up a delectable treat that combines the whimsy of Halloween with the comforting nostalgia of a beloved breakfast staple, look no further than our Halloween Pop Tarts Coffins recipe.

Whether you’re planning a spooky soirée, a family gathering, or simply want to surprise your loved ones with a fun and tasty Halloween-themed breakfast, this recipe will become a treasured addition to your seasonal repertoire. It’s an edible work of art that will leave your guests spellbound and craving for more.

Get ready to transform your kitchen into a haunted bakery and treat your taste buds to a hauntingly good time!

Halloween Pop Tarts

Halloween Pop Tarts Coffins

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  • Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
  • Unroll one pie crust and place on a floured surface.
  • Use your cookie cutter to cut 12 coffin shapes from the pie crust dough.
  • Place six of the pie crust coffins on a cookie sheet or baking stone.
  • Spoon a small amount of jelly into the center of the pie crust as shown. Be sure to keep the filling away from the pastry edges so your pop tarts don’t leak in the oven.
    Halloween Pop Tarts
  • Place your remaining pie crust coffin pieces on top of the jelly.
    Halloween Pop Tarts
  • Use the tines of a fork to seal the edges of each pop tart.
    Halloween Pop Tarts
  • Prick the top of your tarts with the fork tines. You need to do this so that the steam can escape and you don’t end up with big puffy coffins.
    Halloween Pop Tarts
  • Bake your pop tarts in a 350 degree oven for 20-25 minutes or until slightly brown.
  • Allow your pastries to cool completely.
  • Fill a piping bag or sandwich bag with vanilla frosting.
  • Cut a small hole in one end of the bag and use it to pipe a spiderweb design on top. You could also decorate with Halloween sprinkles instead.
Keyword halloween, pop tarts
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In every bite of these Pop Tarts, there’s a hint of nostalgia. This reminds us of cozy mornings and the joy of indulging in a favorite breakfast treat. There’s also an element of surprise and delight. The coffin-shaped pastries transport us to the mystical and whimsical world of Halloween. These are a conversation starter, a source of amusement, and a delicious way to celebrate the season.

One of the remarkable aspects of this recipe is its adaptability. These will be the star at Halloween parties, an awesome surprise for your family, or a thoughtful gift to share with friends. The versatility of these Pop Tarts ensures they will find their place in countless Halloween traditions.

If you liked this Halloween recipe, be sure to check out these Jack Skellington Cookies and Spooky Spider Cookies.

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