Strawberry Graham Toaster Pastries (100% Whole Wheat)

Strawberry Graham Toaster Pastries Recipe (100% Whole Wheat) - A Kitchen Addiction

Homemade toaster pastries . . .have you ever had them? After tasting their fresh, wholesome flavor, you may never want a store bought one again! I made my first batch last summer after really wanting to have a toaster pastry that wasn’t filled with lots of refined flours and sugars. They were blueberry toaster pastries that were whole wheat and filled with ripe, juicy blueberries. Since I have a huge addiction to fresh strawberries this time of year, it was only a matter of time before I switched up my blueberry toaster pastries to be strawberry toaster pastries!

Strawberry Graham Toaster Pastries Recipe (whole wheat) - A Kitchen Addiction

Along with loving strawberries, I love the graham flavor. I switched out some of the whole wheat flour for finely ground graham cracker crumbs. The graham crackers add flavor and give these toaster pastries a softer texture. Instead of just strawberry flavoring (or a bit of natural flavor, if you’re lucky!) like store bought toaster pastries, these toaster pastries are filled with real strawberries so you get a chunk in each bite. A bit of cinnamon is added to boost the flavor and make these toaster pastries even more irresistible.

Strawberry Graham Toaster Pastries Recipe (Whole Wheat) - A Kitchen Addiction

Eat them warm straight from the oven (let them cool just a bit so you don’t burn your mouth!) for a warm tasty breakfast! Or, let them cool and serve them as a fun afternoon snack for your kids. Either way, you will find that a batch of these strawberry graham toaster pastries won’t last long at your house!

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Whole Wheat Strawberry Graham Toaster Pastries
Serves: 10
  • For the Filling
  • 1½ C strawberries, chopped
  • ⅓ C sugar
  • 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
  • 1 tbsp cornstarch
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • For the Dough
  • 1¼ C whole wheat flour
  • ½ C finely crushed graham cracker crumbs
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • 1 egg
  • ½ C unsalted butter, cold
  • 1-3 tbsp milk
  • coarse sugar for garnish, optional
  1. In a small saucepan, stir together strawberries, sugar, and lemon juice. Bring to a boil over medium heat. Boil for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally to prevent scorching. Stir in cornstarch (whisked with a bit of cold water) and reduce heat to medium-low. Boil for 5 minutes. Remove from heat and stir in cinnamon. Allow to cool.
  2. Preheat oven to 375. Line baking sheets with parchment paper or a baking mat.
  3. In the bowl of a food processor (or in a large bowl), mix together flour, graham cracker crumbs, sugar, and salt. Add in egg, butter, and 1 tablespoon milk. Pulse or stir until dough begins to form. Add additional tablespoons of milk as needed.
  4. Turn dough out onto well-floured surface. Knead dough a couple of times until smooth. Roll out into a thin rectangle. Cut into approximate 2.5 inch x 4 inch rectangles. Collect scraps and roll out into more rectangles. (You will get anywhere from 16-20 rectangles, depending on the thickness of the dough.
  5. Place half of the rectangles on prepared baking sheets. Spread about a heaping tablespoon of strawberry mixture over the top leaving about ⅛ inch of dough on all sides.
  6. Top with remaining dough rectangles. Crimp edges with fork. Pierce top dough layer with fork a few times to allow steam to escape while baking. Sprinkle with sugar.
  7. Bake for 10-12 minutes or until edges just start to turn light golden brown.
  8. Allow to cool for a few minutes before serving warm.
  9. Loosely wrap leftovers with plastic wrap.

 Strawberry Graham Toaster Pastries Breakfast Recipe (100% Whole Wheat) - A Kitchen Addiction

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  1. Jessica, these are adorable! I haven’t tried my hand at making toaster pastries, but yours look amazing!

  2. These are so much fun and my family would love them.

  3. There is so much to love about these.

  4. Jessica, I love toaster pastries! I’m so excited to make my own, they look delicious! :)

  5. These are so pretty – I love the strawberry! What a great breakfast!

  6. Yes please! My kids would go crazy for these :)

  7. I’ve been thinking about making toaster pastries for a while. Glad I didn’t because your recipe is genius. I love that you added graham crackers to the crust. I just showed my little one the pictures and she cannot wait to make yours.

  8. Homemade toaster pastries have been on my bucket list for a while, and these sound so delicious with the graham crumbs and fresh strawberry filling! Great recipe. :)

  9. Love how you specifically said chunks of strawberries!! I’m totally obsessed with strawberries this time of year too! Still a little early for MN but none the less still obsessed! Cannot wait until they are ripe here 😀 Awesome that these are whole wheat too, and kinda like that there isn’t icing…must be so good it wasn’t even necessary! Thanks Jessica!

  10. Yumm! These look healthy and delicious! My favorite pop tarts are the plain strawberry ones, but unlike those, these look healthy enough that I don’t have to feel guilty about eating one…or two!

  11. I’ve been wanting try homemade pastries before, but always thought they’d be too much work – I think you’ve changed my mind….

  12. I need to come stay with you for a week so I can just eat all your breakfast food 😉 These look so yummy!!

  13. Whole wheat homemade toaster pastries sound AMAZING! I love the strawberry filling, and whole wheat means I’m getting plenty of fiber along with my delicious fruity filling. 😀 Awesome recipe, Jessica!

  14. I grew up eating either Pop Tarts or Toaster Streudels for breakfast every morning as a child…the thought of all of those chemicals makes me sick but every once in awhile I get a mad craving for one! Especially the strawberry and s’mores kinds! LOVE this homemade version I don’t have to feel bad about!

  15. Why have I still not made homemade toaster pastries? I definitely need to remedy that soon. I love the strawberry filling so I know I would love these!

  16. Those look so amazing!!!

  17. I have wanted to make homemade toaster pastries for the longest time! These look awesome! And with strawberries…

  18. Occasionally I get a mad craving for toaster pastries, but I always feel a little guilty eating them because I know they’re filled with fake stuff! This would be such a great way to satisfy my craving without all the processed junk. I also LOVE that you used graham flour!

  19. These look incredible! (and super easy to make.) You come up with the best things.

  20. Never had toaster pastries before, but after seeing your photos, I am sold! They look AMAZING!

  21. So these look AMAZING. I need a serious change-up in my breakfast routine and I think these are begging to be made.

  22. These look delish! I love making convenience foods at home, they’re not so convenient then but they taste much better. :)

  23. Adding graham cracker crumbs=GENIUS!!! I used to love strawberry pop tarts and these are SO MUCH BETTER!!!!

  24. These are so delicate and beautiful! Oh, I could totally devour that whole pile right now…! So glad that you managed to make a healthier version of toaster pastries. I love them but I balk at the sugar and fat content in packaged ones!

  25. My kids would gobble these up!

  26. Oh my gosh, this is genius Jessica! I love that you made a graham covering. Perfect! Pinned!

  27. they look yummy!

  28. Wow Jessica, I’ve been drooling over all the food you have been making on here lately and pinning away. These toaster pastries would be a huge hit with my family since they love easy sweet toaster snacks, I’m going to have to make these soon, thanks for the recipe.

  29. These look delicious!!

  30. Oh my goodness, this is gorgeous! I have never made toaster pastries before, but it is definitely on my to-do list now!

  31. I’m not sure these could look any more irresistible! I get tired of buying these for my kids. I would love to serve them homemade versions like these! That strawberry filling is fabulous!

  32. I’ve never actually had any version, store bought or homemade! I know though that I can skip straight to homemade – these look amazing.

  33. Whole wheat pastries! That’s so great! They look delicious!

  34. Jessica, I will like to make this recipe, but I do have a question, how many calories have this delicious recipe? I am a diabetic person, so I have to care what I eat. Thanks for your time Isabel

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