Kellogg’s Pop Tarts have been a convenient breakfast treat for many Americans growing up. Adults turn nostalgic at the mere mention of them, usually recounting days when they ate their favorite flavor on the bus on the way to school. I know it may be shock for many of you, but I didn’t have my first Pop Tart until after I got married. Chris used to love the Chocolate Pop Tarts and he would eat them with ice cream. I tried one, but I didn’t really care for the dry, cardboard-like pastry covered in super sweet icing. A couple of days ago, while perusing one of my favorite food blogs, Smitten Kitchen written by Deb Perelman, I stumbled on her entry for homemade pop tarts. Those pop tarts looked so cute, especially naked without that coat of icing. I knew that I had to make them this weekend.