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3 Boxes Jiffy brand Pie Crust
Jelly or Jam (your choice of flavor)
Water (to seal the edges)
Frosting (optional)

Frosting:
1/2 Cup 10X Sugar
1/2 tsp. Vanilla extract
2 Tblsp Milk


3 Boxes Jiffy brand Pie Crust
Jelly or Jam (your choice of flavor)
Water (to seal the edges)
Frosting (optional)
Prepare pie crusts as dirrected.
Roll out as thin as you can without tearing the dough.
Cut into rectangles about 3" wide x 3" long (works best for me)
Spoon jam into center, spread to about 1/4" from edge (so they will seal).
Place a second rectangle on top.
Seal edges with fork.
Place on greased cookie sheet.
Bake in preheated 350 degrees F oven. 20 minutes or so.
 

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Thanks Ellise!
 

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Thanks !!!!!!!!
 

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i made hm poptarts before and i found it was easiest to use a large cookie cutter to cut out the dough. i used a big circle, but you could use any shape you have.
 

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I find that if you roll the dough thin enough you can make them almost as good a Kelloggs. Plus, alot cheaper, and more of a variety instead of one plavor per box. I do Grape, Strawberry, cherry, Chocolate, Lemon,(different but good),Peanut Butter, Butterscotch dd loves these,Apple, Apple Butter, Brown Sugar Cinnamon, just about anything you can think to put in will usually turn out just fine!
 

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Thanks for the recipe, I am going to try it out later today for DKs lunches this week.

Blessings,
Kathy
 
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