Mini-tarts are the perfect dessert for spring celebrations because they are easy to serve and eat, pretty to display, and portion sizes are pre-determined. Take a look at this collection of 5 Fabulous Mini-Tart Recipes for Your Next Celebration. Don’t miss the video for making the mini-tart crusts.
Is your calendar is full of spring celebrations?
Need some ideas for easy-to-serve and delicious-to-eat desserts? Consider these mini-tarts. They aren’t too rich, too big, or too sweet. They’re j–
Mini-tarts have become something of a signature dish for me. Consequently, I can’t seem to stop myself from inventing new variations. If you don’t fancy the Pinterest-popular fruit tarts seen above, check out the other choices. Click on the picture or the titles below to see the recipes.
Worried about making mini-tart crusts?
The recipe for mini-crusts is included with each recipe pictured below. Hopefully, the video showing how to make mini-tart crusts at home with inspire you.
To me, the crust is just as important as the filling. In other words, they are worth the extra trouble. This recipe tastes just like a shortbread cookie and is SO delicious.
Nevertheless, if you don’t have the time or inclination, you can buy ready-made crusts from the grocery store.
If you are feeling adventurous or need a LOT of crusts, do try these. A little practice and you’ll be a pro.
A no-bake filling makes these two-bite cheesecake mini-tarts easy to make ahead of time.
These Pumpkin Pie Mini-Tarts are easy to carry to Grandma's house or put them on your dessert buffet. The small size makes them easy to grab and eat.
Browned butter provides the base for this pecan-lover's dream dessert.
Chocolate Ganache Mini-Tarts are either chocolate or vanilla crust mini-tarts, filled with a decadent but easy bittersweet chocolate ganache.
These shortbread-crusted tarts are filled with a light, creamy custard and topped with fresh fruit of your choice.
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