You can't tell me you didn't see this one coming. Haha. Still going strong on the pumpkin consumption. I was pretty excited to create a healthy version of Kellogg's Pumpkin Pie Pop-Tarts. I got a re-stock of my supply of P28 Flat Bread wraps, which I absolutely LOVE and work so great with these healthy Pop-Tart recipes. You can purchase their product here and use the code: TeamP28 for a discount off your purchase. :) Yay!
· ½ of a P28 Flat Bread (or wrap of choice)
· 2 Tbsp vanilla protein powder
· 1 Tbsp oat flour (or flour of choice)
· 2-3 Tbsp of canned pumpkin (I used 3, depends on density of your protein powder)
· Stevia to taste (1-2 packets)
· 1/8 tsp each pumpkin pie spice and cinnamon spice
· Mix 2 Tbsp plain Greek yogurt and 1 Tbsp vanilla protein powder with Stevia, cinnamon, and pumpkin pie spice to taste.
1. Measure and combine the protein powder, flour, Stevia, and pumpkin in a small bowl. Mix to create the Pop-Tart filling.
2. Lay out the flat wrap and scoop filling into center of wrap and smooth out.
3. Fold your wrap in at the sides and then fold the ends in to create a rectangle shaped Pop-Tart so the filling is completely closed in the wrap.
4. Spray your Pop-Tart with any non-stick cooking spray and stick into a conventional oven or small toaster oven and broil for a couple minutes. Flip over to allow the other side to crisp for another minute or two. You could also use a panini press or cook on the stove top, using a pan to get the same crisp/cooked effect.
5. Allow Pop-Tart to cool and then top with the Greek yogurt frosting. Of course, you can add some sprinkles to make it more fun and to make it look pretty.
~Macros for the entire Pop Tart: 248 calories, 25 g carbs, 28 g protein, 5 g fat, 6 g fiber.