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Pineapple Jammy Tarts

[Photograph: Anna Markow]

These jammy tarts are closer to Toaster Strudels than actual Pop Tarts. The crust is extra flaky due to the unique two part mixing method. Since they are baked after being frozen, you can wrap them individually and bake one or two whenever you feel like it, as they're best fresh and hot from the oven.

You'll get more pineapple jam than you need for the amount of tarts the recipe makes, but you can always make more dough or just use the jam as you would any other spread. It's delicious, and one of the quickest and easiest jams I've encountered.

Note: I prefer these unfrosted but you can make a simple glaze with coconut milk and confectioner's sugar, if you like.

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