I’ve really had the urge to bake something sweet and not so healthy. The problem is, I have very little patience for all the preciseness and measurement that goes into baking. After trying to be buttoned up at work all day, the idea of measuring a perfect cup of flower kinda makes me want to vom. So for me, baking simplicity is key and store-bought, refrigerated pie crust is one of my favorite pre-made products. Sometimes I make my own crust, but the store-bought kind is just so easy and tempting to use. And let’s face it, it tastes just as good and comes out looking ten times better than one that I rolled out myself. For this Homemade Local Berry Mini Pop-Tarts recipe, a store-bought crust is actually ideal. You know how when you try and re-create a store-bought product at home and it just doesn’t taste the same? Well, since we use a crust that is store-bought, and we are recreating store-bought Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts, this semi-homemade recipe tastes pretty darn close to the real thing. The real thing is one of Kellogg’s top sellers for a reason – Pop-Tarts are DELICIOUS!