With beautiful piping, this matcha-lemon tart is first layered with an almond frangipane filling in a matcha tart dough and topped with lemon curd and meringue.
Grab some puff pastry and make this asparagus vol au vent filled with pesto-mustard-cream cheese and topped with salmon flakes. It is light but still indulgent and buttery. Just before serving, finish with a lemon mustard glaze.
This beet tart recipe with goat cheese and orange mustard vinaigrette is a perfect vegetarian entrée. Whole grain olive oil crust filled with tangy goat cheese and sweet sliced beets marinated in orange mustard vinaigrette make for a perfectly balanced and flavorful dish.
These Lavender Blackberry Tarts are very easy to make, cute and impressive. Plus, they just so happen to be gluten free. They are perfect for a party or just to enjoy with a cup of coffee or tea.
A puff pastry crust, a cream cheese center, fresh fruit, and a toasted meringue topping make for a delicious dessert. Pair with wine for a refreshing duo.
Dig into a slice of this decadent and beautiful dessert, perfect for chocolate lovers. This triple chocolate tart is layered with a chocolate graham cracker crust, chocolate filling and chocolate ganache, finished with fresh berries.
Serve this Watercress and Ricotta Tomato Tart and the crowd will go wild. It’s an easy recipe that requires little effort, but the combination of fresh flavors will make your tastebuds jump for joy.
These pickled beet and goat cheese tarts are a quick and gorgeous appetizer, perfect for the holidays as well as for any other winter celebration. Loaded with veggies, it’s the perfect bite to kick off your clean eating in the new year.
This Chocolate Gingersnap Tart is a decadent holiday dessert that is perfect for sharing. A gingersnap crust is filled with a rich chocolate filling and baked until the chocolate sets into a thick custard.
If you have a sweet tooth, this recipe is for you. A fudgy brownie tart is topped with peanut butter chocolate chip cookie dough and baked to gooey perfection.
On Pi Day, we want to eat pie all day and while we have a sweet tooth, a few savory slices need to make an appearance, too. We’re taking our pie game up a notch with savory recipes so good, you’ll want them for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
It’s the kind of thing you make on a Sunday afternoon, when the sun shines through the kitchen windows and onto the wooden board scattered with thinly sliced apples. The smell of a pie shell twirls in the air finding our nose. This is how a rustic French apple tart should feel like.
A vegan sunchoke and artichoke mushroom pasta and decadent chocolate hazelnut tart are deceptively easy and delicious dishes for all your holiday eaters.
A salty pretzel crust is filled with a rich chocolate and peanut butter filling brought together by creamy coconut milk. A dessert dream that is easy to make, but hard to wait for as it sets.
A banana caramel filling sits inside a buttery tart and is topped with a layer of whipped cream, rich chocolate ganache, and salty pretzels. A sweet and salty dream come true.
A savory custard tart is filled with fresh rosemary, a hint of dried lavender, and a handful of blue cheese before being topped with sweet roasted figs. A stunning combination of flavors.
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 buttery crust, toasty caramelized white chocolate and baked blueberries make up this rustic crostata perfect with vanilla ice cream for you summer soirée.