These tartlets are the perfect seasonal pairing for an afternoon cup of tea or coffee.
These individual little cheese pies make for beautifully rustic — and undeniably delicious — hor d’oeuvers.
These sweet treats come together without butter or baking for the perfect summer dessert.
You can make these by cutting out rounds of pie crust with a cookie cutter, and placing them into a muffin tin.
Cherries and almonds together is nice. In a tart, irresistible.
Queijadas is Rochelle Ramos’ favorite Portugese way to accessorize an espresso.
These gorgeous mini chilli and caramelised onion jam tarts are perfect for a cocktail party.
An aromatic lentil tart based on a simple mixture of aromatics and roasted vegetables, topped with a light sprinkling of Parmesan.
This recipe is inspired by Czech sweet plum and poppy seed pastries.
A gorgeous and delicious way to showcase summer’s best figs.
Mr. Poupart and his sons run this authentic bakery in Lafayette, Louisiana – filled with typical french finds as well as established cajun favorites.
This delicious vegan take on a greek classic is one of the easiest and least time consuming pies you will ever make.
These mini tarts are super easy and relatively fast to make and some of you will appreciate the fact that you wont have to turn your oven on.
If you don’t feel like making pie crust, why not turn to these lemon meringue pie shooters?
Crumbles are a lovely way to make the most of fresh fruit. You can simply choose any kind of fruit that suits your fantasy and creativity.
In this recipe, a vanilla-scented custard works exquisitely with sweetly tart cherries, creating an elegant yet easy to eat dessert perfect for easing into the long, lazy summer days ahead.
Joan Nova get’s inspired by Deborah of Italian Food Forever, and decides to add her own twist to a great torta recipe.
These lovely tarts will keep you going until 100 and beyond. Just like Great Aunt Tadsie.