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Jun 07

Raspberry Nutella Poptart Cookies (aka the most fun cookies I’ve ever made.)

Today is my birthday (!!!), which makes it the perfect time for this colorful recipe!

I feel this is the most fun recipe I’ve made in a while.  While poptarts are fine, I find them a bit dry, so in my opinion these are the most perfect poptarts ever.  And I’ve never seen a poptart filled with nutella and these are filled with nutella…so clearly they are the most perfect poptarts ever.

Now.  This recipe is for a smaller batch of cookies, as it only makes a half dozen poptart cookies.  Andrew isn’t really a cookie person and my tastebuds get bored of the same cookie flavor after a bit, so a half dozen cookies works for our family of two.

I really enjoyed making these cookies.  They take more steps than good ol’ break-n-bake cookies, and it felt like a labor of love and a meditation almost.  I occasionally like more intricate recipes like these, and other times I’m just like, “give me break n’ bake cookies…I’m over cooking.” 

Let’s talk about the raspberry glaze that went on these.

It was AMAZING! It tasted like the glaze that was on the cake donuts from this donut shop we always went to growing up.  The donut shop was called, World Best Dounts” and they totally have the world’s best donuts.  I’d been trying to recreate something that tasted similar to that glaze for awhile now and then when I tasted these poptart cookies I was like, “BAM! That’s that donut glaze! Finally!” I already have another recipe in the works featuring it.  It’s fresh and Summer-y and bursting with raspberry-ness.

Sooo if you’re a person who enjoys slowing down to bake a more intricate recipe, this recipe is for you! If you’re a person who likes the ease of break n’ bake cookies, this may not be the recipe for you.  Self awareness is a fabulous thing.  You do you :)

ENJOY!

Raspberry Nutella Poptart Cookie

Yield: half a dozen poptart cookies

Ingredients:

sugar cookie dough
6 tbsp butter
1/2 cup sugar
1 egg
1/4 tsp vanilla extract
1 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt

berry glaze
1 1/3 cup powdered sugar
1 tbsp raspberry jelly
1 tsp - 6 tsp milk

nutella
sprinkles

Directions:

In the bowl of an electric mixer, cream together butter and sugar on a high speed.  Mix in your egg and vanilla extract.  Then add in flour, baking powder and salt.  Once dough comes together, chill dough in a ball in the fridge for 2 hours. 

While the dough is chilling, whip up berry glaze by combining powdered sugar and jelly.  Add in milk until a thick, but smooth glaze forms.  Cover and place in the fridge until cookies are ready to glaze.

Once cookie dough has chilled, flour a surface and roll the dough out into a thin rectangle.  Slice the dough into 12 rectangles to make your poptart shapes (you may need to roll-up and re-roll out the dough a couple times to make all 12 rectangles).   Top 6 of the rectangles with about a tablespoon of nutella (I went a lil' light on the nutella so I didn't end up with nutella oozing everywhere...which wouldn't have necessarily been a bad thing, but that wasn't the look I was going for).  Top each nutella topped rectangle with another dough rectangle and seal with a fork (keep dipping your fork in some flour so it doesn't stick to the dough!).  Then place prepared poptarts back in the fridge for 25 minutes, if you don't chill 'em they spread a little too much.

Halfway through chill time preheat oven to 350ºF.

Bake for 12 minutes.  Allow to cool completely before topping with the glaze and sprinkles.

sugar cookie recipe scaled down from here

…and now I’m off to enjoy a day off work :) First up = breakfast out with some family!

37 comments on “Raspberry Nutella Poptart Cookies (aka the most fun cookies I’ve ever made.)”

  1. Happy happy happy birthday, Kylie!! You are such a blessing! And these cookies look epic!! I hope you are feeling well growing that baby!! ;)

  2. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!
    these look amazing. poptarts are my absolute favorite, so im gonna have to try these.

  3. Happy Happy Birthday!!!! These look so fun! I will have to try them with strawberry jelly (dang raspberry allergy) and let you know how they turn out!!!

  4. Happy birthday!!

  5. Happy birthday Kylie!!! :) These cookies look like the best thing ever. The icing and sprinkles give them a unicorn vibe, love it!

  6. Happy Birthday!! I hope you have a fabulous day! 

  7. Happy Birthday Kylie! Hope you have a wonderful day and celebrate with lots of poptart cookies :)

  8. Happy Birthday!! xx

  9. HAPPY BIRTHDAY KYLIE!!!!! Raspberry/yum, nutella/double yum! Birthday recipe=perfect :)  Have an awesome day!

  10. Wishing you the happiest birthday!! These look fabulous and like the perfect way to celebrate. Enjoy your day!

  11. happy birthday!

  12. Happy birthday, Kylie!! I hope you have a wonderful day filled with all the fun, quality time with loved ones, and delicious treats!
    These cookies do look so fun and yummy!

  13. Happy Birthday!! These cookies look SO good, sprinkles really make everything more exciting.

  14. I don’t like Poptarts, either, but I would totally eat these cookies. And I agree with Gillian. Sprinkles = perfect for birthdays. Happy birthday!

  15. Happy Birthday! I agree that poptarts are often too dry for me. I will have to try this recipe soon! :)

  16. It’s my birthday, too! :)
    Happy Birthday!

  17. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!

  18. But have you ever had a hot fudge sundae poptart?! Those are amazing.
    I’ve been wanting to make homemade poptarts for a long time and love that these are small batch.
    Also, happy birthday! This is going to be a great year for you!

  19. I cannot wait to try these! Your recipe makes it super easy for me to make GF, which I’m stoked about!

  20. HAPPY BIRTHDAY KYLIE!!! 🎊🎈🎂🎉  I love birthdays, and I hope yours is fantastic.  Thank you so much for all that you do, for the blog and IG and words of wisdom…you have helped me so much in my recovery and I can’t thank you enough for that. ❤️

  21. Happy birthday!

    And thanks for writing about self-awareness and cooking. I enjoy cooking most of the time, but there are moments when I get in over my head and stress myself out. It’s good to note those times and try to repeat them less in the future-progress not perfection!

  22. Happy Birthday to you! These sound fun and yummy!

  23. Happy birthday!!! These look so fun and delish :)

  24. Happy Birthday Kylie! Your poptarts look like they are Birthday Ready!
    Enjoy your day.

  25. Sprinkles and chocolate-hazelnutty deliciousness – these truly sound like the perfect birthday treat. Happy birthday, Kylie! This time next year, you’ll already be able to celebrate with your little girl.
    Andrew might not be a fan of cookies but that just means more for you and the baby. Maybe it’s just me but I find it so amazing that every morsel you eat contributes to growing a tiny human :).

  26. Happy Birthday! Hope you have a fantastic day! Thank you for all that you do!

  27. Happy birthday Kylie!!! I hope you have a fabulous day with your family! And I can’t wait to make these cookies! They are so pretty :)

  28. Happy, Happy Birthday Kylie!!

    I honestly can’t even deal with these cookies right now, I was already hungry and now I’m STARVING. These sound so delicious and look even better! Hope you have a great birthday filled with lots of these!!!

  29. Happy Birthday Kylie!!!

  30. HAPPY BIRTHDAY! These look amazing – I’m a sucker for strawberry!

  31. Happy birthday Kylie!

  32. Belated happy happy birthday Kylie!! Hope you had a day full of self-care and all the things you love–including cuddles with Maggie!

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