Air Fryer Pop Tarts

If you have been around me or follow me on social media, then you know I have been wanting an air fryer. We use the oven a lot to bake our veggies. During the hot months of Summer we really hate to use the oven, so this is a perfect alternative.

My daughters boyfriend met up with us last weekend for dinner. He handed me flowers and an early birthday present. Hes a sweetheart, right?
The gift was an air fryer. I was so excited and told him I could not wait to get home and play with it. I was serious. I have used it every night so far. Last night, I made these delicious Pop Tarts. 


These pop tarts are made using only two ingredience, three if you count the jelly in the center. The original recipe calls for Greek yogurt and self rising flour but I chose to use Nutrisystem’s vanilla protein shake instead. It worked up nice and the vanilla flavoring gave the dough just enough sweetness. Needless to say, they are healthier than regular pop tarts. 


Air Fryer Pop Tarts.
2 cups- self rising flour
1/2 cup - Nutrisystem Shake. ( I used the pre made shakes but you can mix the powder too).
Roll dough thin and cut into triangles.
Layer jelly between to layers and seal the edges with a fork.
Place two or three at a time in air frier.
Cook 400 degrees for 8 minutes, flipping half way through. 
(Makes about 6 at approx 140 calories each.)
Icing is optional.


They tasted great but I will warn you not expect them to taste like Kellogg's. The husband gave them a thumbs up so thats a win.

For dinner each night I have had fun cooking my veggies crispy. We normally do this in the oven but the air fryer is easier and quicker.
I call it my “easy bake oven” which I never had growing up by the way

I plan to use my air fryer for a more healthy way of cooking without oil. Since being on a diet, I rarely eat any fried foods any more. Now I can have the taste and texture of deep fried or oven fried foods with out the guilt. 

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I found the Nutrisystem pre mixed shakes at Harris Teeter grocery store.  








12 comments

  1. I love that you call the air fryer your easy bake oven! These look fabulous and oh yes, so much better than store-bought pop tarts!

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  2. Just the other day I was looking at homemade pop tarts recipe, so glad tou share this Lisa. The pop tarts look delicious! I'm glad you got your air fryer, and wishing you wonderful early birthday! :)

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  3. Yep, nice of the daughter's boyfriend. Glad you are happy with the 'thing'. I live under a rock so I will have to google this new invention.
    Love from over here ....
    Sherry and jack

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  4. I had an easy bake oven and believe me, I never created anything that looked this great! I have been wanting an air fryer (in addition to the instant pot) to keep from using my oven so much...what brand did you receive? There are so many to choose from...I prefer getting a reference when it comes to brands. :-) These really do look wonderful and I like crispy veggies also! Hugs!

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  5. What a great recipe! I can not wait to try these! Annster's Domain

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  6. as a kid ... I only cared for the chocolate flavored.

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  7. Lisa,
    I "so" appreciate you taking the time to share healthy eating information on your Blog! I also have a brand new air firer and am trying to learn how to use it. I think that I will really like it though. Lisa...you are the best...know that?

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  8. I've been wanting an air fryer, too! What a fun recipe. I can't stand the Kellogg's type, so this looks like a much better option anyway! Pinning! :)
    #embracingchangelinky

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  9. Delicious. Have a happy weekend. Hugs.

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  10. I love my air fryer. The steaks turn out perfect in mine. Will have to try a breakfast tart in mine. Thank you for the recipe.

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  11. Ho neat Lisa! I have not heard of an air fryer! Those look good and I like the idea of them being a healthy version!
    Have a great weekend!
    jess xx

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  12. These look so darn good!! Thanks so much for stopping by!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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