PUMPKIN PIE POT TARTS is a fun way to make pumpkin a part of breakfast! These delicious, buttery flaky pop-tarts have a delish pumpkin pie filling.
Do you ever goals for yourself and games to reach them?
For example, I’m talking about telling yourself you really do like to mop, or put groceries away or whatever it is that you really don’t like to do? I do all the time. I hate to unload the dishwasher so I set the stove timer so I’ll focus on it and try to beat the clock. It’s a mind game, I focus on the times so I don’t focus on the actual task. I, also, do in running. In running it’s called a mantra, basically. You repeat a phrase over and over to
get your mind off the torture of step, step, step, to keep you focused.
It’s the power of positive thinking and it works.
THOUGHTS THEN PUMPKIN PIE POT TARTS
So. There was this blogging task that I did not like to do. I’d rush through pinning some great posts to Pinterest as fast as I could, just to be able to check that off my to-do list. Then one day, I decided instead of tackling it all at one time, I’d just do a few a day every time I got on the computer. It wasn’t painful and it didn’t take long.
Do you know what happened? I started actually looking at the post, commenting, and enjoying reading. A lot of the posts were information that I’d want to keep anyway if I were scrolling through Pinterest (which I never have time to do anymore!). And, do you know what else? I started gaining a lot more Pinterest followers! Why? Because I wasn’t blasting Pinterest all at one time with 75 pins. I shared them throughout the day on various boards of interest and more people saw them! I love that.
PUMPKIN PIE POT TARTS RECIPE
So, all this rambling is to say, stop looking at a job you dislike as punishment, but instead look at it as an opportunity!! Change your attitude (and when I say you, I mean me!)
One thing I don’t have to trick myself into doing is baking. One thing I don’t have to trick myself into liking is these Pumpkin Pie Pop Tarts!!
WHILE YOU’RE HERE, CHECK OUT THESE RECIPES
- Peanut Butter Bread
- Strawberry Bread
- Lemon Blueberry Streusel Bread
- Snickerdoodle Cobbler
- Strawberry Almond Milk Coconut Oil Muffins Healthy Breakfast
- 16 Homemade Energy Bars
Pumpkin Pie Pop Tarts
Want to save recipes? Create an account or login & then you can use the “Save Recipe” button when viewing a recipe to save it to your Recipe Box. You can access your saved recipes on any device and generate a shopping list for recipes in your collections.Save To Your Recipe Box Go to your saved recipes
- Roll dough into 1/8 in thickness into an 11x15-inch rectangle. Using a pizza cutter, cut into 8 even strips.
- Preheat oven to 375°F.
- Place 1 T pumpkin mixture on one side of the rectangle. Place 1 tsp ricotta on top of the pumpkin.
- Fold crust over, and press with a fork to seal. Repeat with the remaining strips of dough.
- Brush with melted butter.
- Place on a cookie sheet and bake at 375 degrees 20 to 22 minutes or until lightly brown.