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Strawberry Jam Pop Tarts

Chef: Chivers
Prep: 15 mins
Cook: 25 mins
Strawberry Jam Pop Tarts
These are a gorgeous treat that kids will love

2 packets of ready made shortcrust pastry

1 egg beaten

½ a jar of Chivers Strawberry Jam

200g icing sugar

3 – 4 tbsp water

Sprinkles of choice

Remove pastry from the fridge or freezer according to packet instructions.

Preheat your oven to 180C (350F).

Slice each sheet of pastry into 8 pieces.

Place 8 of them on a baking paper lined tray; if you don’t have one large enough to leave a little space between them then use two trays.

Brush the top of each sheet with beaten egg using a pastry brush.

Place about 1 heaped tbsp of jam into the centre of each piece of pastry.

Place the remaining 8 pieces of pastry on top of each jam topped piece. Press down the sides with your fingers gently and the proceed to press down with a fork to seal the edges completely on each one.

Brush the top of each pop tart with the beaten egg. Prick 3 to 4 times into the centre with a fork and then bake for 22 – 25 minutes; until lightly golden and firm.

Allow to cool for 5 minutes on a tray and then cool fully on a wire rack.

Mix together icing sugar and water. Add enough to create a thick smooth consistency. Once the pop tarts are cool, top with icing and sprinkles.

Preparation Time
15 minutes

Cooking Time
25 minutes

Main ingredients
Jam/Preserves

Recipe Type
Cookies & Biscuits

Level of Difficulty
Easy

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