Similar to the outdoor treat, these s’more chocolate tarts are not as sweet and feature a dark chocolate filling in a cookie crust and topped with a touch of marshmallow topping.
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.
These tartlets are the perfect seasonal pairing for an afternoon cup of tea or coffee.
Make no mistake: these stunning tartlets take time, but they’re the perfect impressive dessert for any event worth the extra effort.
These sweet treats come together without butter or baking for the perfect summer dessert.
These are best eaten within a few hours, if you are making them much ahead of time, spread a thin layer of apricot jam onto the pastry crust before filling.
The mango curd you could probably just eat out of a bowl, but putting it in a nice compact little tart shell might make you feel better about yourself.
Tartlets, miniature tarts or tartlette as they’re called in France is a very cute way of making and serving sweet treats.
These tartlets with gorgeous heirloom tomatoes, bacon jam, and basil are a delicious play on the classic BLT sandwich.
Pasta frolla is fast, simple and quick making it a great choice for dessert pastry bases.
These tartlets are simple to make, and you don’t need to make pie dough since the crust is simply made of crushed cookies with butter.
Sarah Kenney with a recipe for savory tartlets made with ricotta and pine nuts, plus a dreamy photo tour of Yvoire.