My kiddos love Pop-Tarts. So when it comes to Back to School time they are always on our list of must-have items for the pantry Pop-Tarts is at the top of the list. In our home, they are not just for breakfast though. We love them for snacks as well and we love taking them to that next level like freezing them to make some super yummy Pop-Tarts popsicles!
Pop-Tarts was nice enough to send us some supplies to make our very own Pop-Tarts popsicles and they are delicious. If you love Pop-Tarts you have to try them frozen! We are still trying our best to hang onto summer around here so these cold treats are a great after-school snack that reminds us of those hot summer days.
These are so easy to make. They are very simple so it’s a great project to do with the kiddos. My 8-year-old loves being in the kitchen and making her own creations. So I let her make these on her own and she loves it.
Step 1: Lay the pop-tart flat on a stable surface. Use a popsicle stick and insert it into the middle of the pop-tart from the bottom. Be careful when inserting to not poke through the front of back of the pop-tart. I was a little nervous that it would be difficult to do this step but it really wasn’t at all, the popsicle stick works great.
Step 2: Place the completed pop-tart into a plastic baggie and seal. Place in the freezer until frozen. We let our stay in the freezer overnight and they were good the next morning.
Step 3: Enjoy!
These are perfect for after-school snacks, tuck one in their lunch bag for a cold surprise, and of course a fast breakfast you can take on the go.
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