A strawberry slab pie that looks and taste just like a giant pop tart. Everyone will want to break off a piece of this tasty pop tart pie!
Look at me all prepared with a pie ready for you for Pi Day. Get it" Pi 3.14. Today is 3/14. Pi = Pie. It tickles me and there is nothing I love more than mixing math with food which is why I am a baker. Ironically, math was my least favorite subject, especially fractions. Who knew all they had to do to get me interested was to put it in terms of food" Can we start a petition that all math should now focus on real world situations" I don’t care how many more apples Johnny has unless you tell me he needs it for pie. I don’t care how fast Sue and Jim are driving to a destination unless they are racing to pick up the last of the season’s rhubarb to make cake. I don’t need to know anything regarding the radius of my pizza to know that you are eating too much of it and need to get your own pizza.
Look at me getting all worked up.
I brought you a pop tart pie to celebrate one of my favorite non-holidays.
If I’m honest with you, I was never a huge fan of pop tarts when I was younger. First, I think they are too many calories and not filling enough to justify those calories. Second, they weren’t really that tasty. Sure the edges were amazing when you toasted them, but I wasn’t about to miss the bus so I could toast my pop tart every morning. Third, back when I was a kid, they didn’t have nearly as many flavors as they do now.
Instead I was a toaster struedel kinda girl. I loved the flaky crust and how much filling there was. I would take great pleasure creating designs with the glaze on my streudel. They were a delight and so much better than pop tarts.
Saying that, this strawberry pop tart pie defies everything about a traditional pop tart. It’s giant nature means there is plenty of filling. The buttery crust also has a ton of flavor wi...