Vegan and gluten-free, this tart with a deliciously thick coconut-rose pastry cream filling is a feast for the eyes, too.
A buttery tart filled with frangipane and topped with caramel-rum bananas and a caramel whipped cream. Rich and decadent, just how we like it.
This creamy spread is just calling for your to make it, spread it on a baguette and serve with a tart cherry jam.
Blood orange mousse is made dairy-free with coconut whipped cream that is coupled with a chocolate-almond crust to round things out.
This banana cream pie hold a delicious secrete at the bottom that is oozing with smooth caramel and chocolate.
This vegan tart is filled with peanut butter and coconut cream, making for the creamiest of peanut butter decadence to sit in a almond and chocolate crust.
Smooth lime curd filling sits in a perfectly flaky dough shell and is topped with sweet-tarte kumquat slices.
For a reprieve from all the pumpkin desserts this Thanksgiving, here is a list of eleven baked goods that use the other sweet fruits of fall’s labor.
Caramelized carrots with goat cheese and thyme are tucked into a skillet beneath a layer of pastry dough and baked to create a beautiful upside down tart.
A crowd-pleasing recipe is the ultimate dish at a gathering. What could be better than flaky pastry and cheese?
Pastry crust made with tangy yogurt creates a delicate taste and a softness that makes the flaky pastry base all the more tempting.
These almond tarts are delicious anytime of the year. For a fall spin, change out the fruit to apples or pears, or even persimmon if you can find it.
This seasonal recipe with pumpkin, releases all the flavors of autumn as it is tucked away in a simple flaky tart.
In the midst of the traditional kebabs and curries, this crisp, simple Middle Eastern tart is a great pastry tart for something light to add to the spread.
Tart dough slathered with a garlic and eggplant sauce is the perfect vessel to enjoy zucchini, asparagus, and a runny egg yolk.
Mini vegan tarts with a flavorful crust are the perfect vessel for fall’s apples. Dust with cinnamon and sweeten with dates for a delicious dessert.
Roasted butternut and sage-infused maple syrup coat a dish before being tucked in by a butter blanket of dough. Once baked, flip over and serve.
A beautiful and fragrant Italian crostata with spelt flour. Homemade plum jam makes the dessert perfectly sweet.
Quick and easy puff pastry tarts filled with almond cream cheese filling and topped with fresh berries and almonds.
Beautifully rustic, don’t worry if the tart crust is crooked as the taste is out of this world. Serve a rich slice with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.
On a hot day, few thing can quench thirst like a French lemon tart. For a tart filling and a sweet crust follow Jacques Genin’s, of France, lead.
A strawberry tart with graham cracker crust has it going on-it’s fresh, fruity, light and sweet. Make it in less than an hour, chill, and serve for dinner.
A tangy pineapple curd is completed with a fluffy, toasted meringue for a delicious tropical treat.
What’s better than a slice of this chewy, chocolate tart? We aren’t sure, but we do know the walnuts add some crunch to make this dessert sinfully rich.
An Italian-style tart filled with fresh strawberries and an rhubarb-orange jam. Top the bubbling tart with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and you are in business.
Add a pop of color to lemon tarts with a splash of raspberry juice. The coconut crusts add a fresh spring flavor to regular tartlet dough.
A bright salsa perfect for tortilla chips or with poultry and fish. The sweet-tart raspberries are mellowed with spicy jalapeños, salt, and cilantro.
Small tarts made of sweet pastry crust are filled with a tangy orange custard. A beautiful one-bite treat, they are topped with a mandarin orange slice.
The salty crust of these creamy key lime tarts combines coconut and pecans. A perfect “make ahead” warm weather dessert.
This light, springy rhubarb tart is seated upon flaky puff pastry dough. Rhubarb slices bejewel the pastry with a creme fraiche sauce.
Watch the construction of beautiful, individual raspberry tarts with pastry cream.
Vegan chocolate tarts topped with a taunting salted caramel.
Get a burst of citrus with a lemon curd and meringue pie.
Creamy, cheesy mashed potatoes, crispy, buttery filo dough, earthy, hearty mushrooms, fresh chives, and a drizzle of truffle oil. Are you hungry yet?
Banana and Chocolate tart – perfect for an afternoon snack.
A crisp, buttery shell holds a perfect mix of tart rhubarb with sweet mango that can be topped off with mint, whipped cream, ice cream or simply enjoyed on its own.
There’s a lot to love in this galette from the flakey sour cream pastry to the mushrooms deglazed with sherry to the tangy, ripened goat cheese.
There’s not much to this tart so the flavor is contingent on tracking down quality tomatoes and roasting them at a high heat, cast iron pans are perfect for that.
This savory tarte tatin features earthy beetroot punctuated by a tangy vinaigrette.
Rather than act as an accent, herbs are the star of this flaky, phyllo-y Middle Eastern Pie.
Fig season runs through fall so it’s the perfect time to put together this striking tart piled high with juicy figs.
A pair of late summer veggies top creamy Swiss cheese and a flaky crust for the perfect rich lunch.
White chocolate is thicker than dark chocolate when melted, but don’t worry about chilling the tarts all the way — they’re are best when the chocolate is still a little creamy.
Labor Day may have come and gone but tomatoes are still ripe. Take advantage of the final weeks of summer with this rustic savory pie.
This tart is the perfect way forum to feature fresh tomatoes before the summer fades into fall.
Skip the time-consuming pastry crust and replace it with one made from cookie crumbs for a quick custard-based tart.
Gooseberries are surprisingly tart and although they cook down into a juicy filling, this galette would be best served with a dollop of ice cream or creme fraiche.
A beautiful tart that looks so sophisticated and takes so little time to put together.
Miniature tarts like these are great party food, but you can make these in the form of one large tart as well.
This tart is a dreamy combination of savory cheeses, milk, eggs, onions, bacon and cheddar. The perfect breakfast/brunch dish.
Blending the cheese with the tomatoes gives this stunner a lovely orange-ish hue.
It may not have looked like a rhubarb jam, but it very much tasted like one. Especially when gobbling hot guilty spoonfuls of it from the sticky pan.
Enjoy this awesome and super simple blueberry custard tart recipe, courtesy of Tania Goulart.
Enjoy Reena Pastakia’s awesome spiced mushroom tart that costs nothing to make.
This fudgey tart is gluten free, dairy free, high in fibre and good fats, clean and nearly raw, and not to mention incredibly decadent.
This is the raspberry tart you can make when raspberries are too expensive to buy fresh.
Tartlets, miniature tarts or tartlette as they’re called in France is a very cute way of making and serving sweet treats.
This dessert is far from being too sweet since blood oranges tend to lean to the bitter side, similar to a grapefruit. It’s the perfect tart
This tomato and goat cheese tart is awesome. Awe-some. And then some.
A crostata is a delicious Italian dessert, consisting mainly of a sweet short crust filled with fruit.