Hello E-Trenders! As promised we have another delish baking project and giveaway for you this week! Keep reading for a chance to win this Williams-Sonoma toaster pastry press!
Start off by baking your favorite pie crust recipe. You can make it from scratch, we love Martha's pie crust recipe - check it out here. Or for an easy breezy shortcut Betty Crocker offers a buttery & flaky boxed recipe that is outstanding and highly recommended for this baking project.
Roll the dough on a lightly floured surface about 1/8 of an inch thick. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. The toaster pastry mold comes in two pieces, using the outer large mold, press down on the dough to cut and shape the pastry.
One pie crust makes about six pastries total (6-top and 6-bottom). Using a spatula spread one heaping tablespoon of Nutella on the top of each pastry (six total).
Leave about 1/2 an inch border around the pastry dough.
Take the plain pastry dough cut-out and place it on top of the Nutella filled dough shape, creating your very own pop tart!
Next - take the filled pastries and place them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Let the pastries chill out in the refrigerator for about thirty minutes. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and bake until golden brown (approx. 25-30 minutes).
After taking the pastries out of the oven let them cool. Get ready to frost with more Nutella and Marshamallow Cream for a retro pop tart spin! The flavor combination is seriously sinful! It tastes like a smore with a hint of hazelnut. The flaky crust adds a touch of butter flavor and melts in your mouth! This pastry treat is recommended as a dessert or perhaps served as a brunch finale! Your guests will be impressed!
Spread the marshmallow creme first followed by the nutella (about one tablespoon of each).
Okay E-Trenders - are you ready to win the Williams-Sonoma toaster pastry PRESS?
Simply add a comment to this blog pop tart post (see below) or post a comment on our EventTrender facebook page here for a chance to win! One lucky E-Trender winner will be announced next week!