Homemade Pup Tarts

Pup Tarts

There is Fall Festival this weekend up the street, and I decided that it would be great to help support this young lady and her mission during this event.  She has long had a desire to travel overseas and assist those in need and is finally fulfilling that dream!  How amazing is that?!  You can find Victoria on very own blog at http://missionforindia.blogspot.com/  The festival and yard sale to raise funds is tomorrow, details HERE.

So, what am I making for the bake sale?  Homemade “pup” tarts!  And why not!?  There are SOOOOOO many dogs in this neighborhood, that I feel confident there will be buyers on these amazing treats.  In fact, I think the dogs are going to be spoiled…

Fit for a king!

The recipe is VERY close to my recipe to homemade poptarts found at Ciao Florentina’s website.  I only adjusted a few things to make it more dog friendly.

Ingredients:

  • 3 1/4 cups of King Arthur Whole-Wheat Flour
  • 1 cup of melted Butter (unsalted)
  • 1 cup of Chobani PLAIN yogurt
  • canned pumpkin

Directions:

In  a large bowl, mix together, the flour, butter and yogurt.  After somewhat mixed, use your hands to fully knead the ingredients.  Roll out dough on a floured flat surface, keeping in mind there will be a top added, so keep it thin.  Using a cookie cutter, cut the shape you seek for the tart.  Place on ungreased cookie sheet the cutout dough pieces.  Place a thin layer of pumpkin on the tart and add the top.  Seal by pressing the edges and use a fork to fully seal edges.  Cook at 350 degrees for 25-30 minutes.

Have fun!!

 

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