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Sweet Tarts: Leftover Jelly Bean Pop Tarts for Serious Eats

Leftover Jelly Bean Pop-Tarts: the perfect way to add some magic to your morning by making colorful use of your leftover Easter candy.

Preparing a homemade version of the popular store-bought pastries is extremely easy, and placing rows of jelly beans in the middle is a vibrant way to make use of any straggler candy. The jelly beans become soft and slightly gooey while the tarts are still warm; they form into flattened but soft little sugar lumps when cooled. Unlike fruit fillings which are somewhat able to masquerade as healthy, the sweetness of the candy takes these treats into firm dessert territory (or at least extreme morning indulgence). They're a fun treat to make with kids, and are bound to delight eaters as they discover the rainbow of color contained within.

For the full entry and recipe, visit Serious Eats!

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Reader Comments (3)

These. Are. So. Cute.
Oh yummy! I love the pop tarts recipe you posted awhile ago, it's one of my favorite indulgences!!
And that guy's comment about your nails was just wrong, who better to wear some awesome sparkly polish than Cakespy?? :D

April 9 | Unregistered CommenterSeriousCakes
Perfect! I was just thinking today that it would be great to have a cute baked treat for all the left over jellybeans!

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