They turn out really good. The dough and the overall taste is not so overwhelmingly sweet like "real" Pop Tarts. I ate one right away, warm from the oven, but I'll try to keep my hands off the rest so I can give them the 'morning after' scrutiny.
1 1/2 c. GF flour mix
1/2 t. salt
1/2 c. butter, softish
3 T. cold water
Cut the butter into the flour and salt. Add the cold water and form a dough. I refrigerate my flour mix so the dough was cool enough to roll out without problems, but if it's too sticky throw it in the fridge for 30 min or so.
When it's ready, roll it out into a square/ rectangle. Make sure the surface is floured or it will stick when you try to lift it. [heh, live and learn!] Cut the dough into an even number of pop-tart-shaped rectangles. Place rectangles on a cookie sheet. I greased and floured mine because I was paranoid that they'd stick.
Spoon any kind of fruity jam in the center of each rectangle, leaving room on the sides because it will spill over as it bakes if it's too close to the edge. Top with another rectangle and seal the edges with a fork.
Bake at 450 for about 10 minutes. When they come out and cool a bit, spread some icing and sprinkles, if you'd like.
Like I said, these are really good, much better than those store-bought ones. I'd make these again, even for company.
And, because I was in the privacy of my own home and the jam spilled out when I ate one warm, I licked the plate. Mmmm. ;o)
*morning after update*
I popped one in the toaster. These things heat up QUICK. Only about 30 seconds and they're warm. They're slightly crunchier, but I don't think that's a bad thing. I still enjoy these a lot.
Oh, and Tony, I changed Pop Tarts to "toaster pastries" so you don't sue me, haha