There’s nothing quite as delightful as a fresh fruit tart loaded with a great assortment of seasonal berries and other fruit. Fruit tarts come in many varieties and combinations of fruits, making them one of the most versatile desserts.
Our recipes for fruit tarts may be a few years old, but we have seen they are a huge success and are still being shared and read again and again. For your convenience, we're sharing all of them in one place.
Coconut Cream Tart with Rhubarb and Raspberry
This delicious coconut cream tart with rhubarb and raspberry consists of a crunchy sweet shell, luscious coconut cream, soft cheese and a rhubarb and raspberry compote on top. Mixing the soft cheese, coconut cream, and coconut flakes is super easy, and the process of making rhubarb and raspberry compote is a snap. The only tricky part of our recipe is making homemade pastry dough for the shell. Okay, we know that speed and ease of use are the key benefits of the store-bought tart crust. Even famous pastry chefs can concede that sometimes, the convenience of store-bought crust can’t be beaten and making homemade tart crust may seem intimidating to some people. But—as with anything—the process becomes more straightforward and quicker after a few tries, and the results are well worth the preparation and practice. So what are you waiting for? Let's get cracking.
Blueberry and Blackberry Tart
Blueberry and blackberry tart is an easy fruit dessert prepared with berries and soft cheese. Blueberry and blackberry cheese tart is made with crisp pastry, filled with rich cream cheese and topped with berries. How does the blueberry and blackberry tart taste? Pretty good if you ask us and everyone who has tasted it. It has a great combination of sweet with hints of fruity sourness—the berry topping adds a nice tart flavour—and slightly salty cream cheese that will amaze any cheese lover. This baked tart is a must-try recipe if you love creamy cheese dessert or blueberries.
No-bake Lemon Berry Coconut Cream Tart
No-bake lemon berry coconut cream tart is a vegan lemon and coconut cream tart topped with strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries and lemon zest.
If you’re looking for an easy recipe to make a fruit tart that everyone—in your family or among your friends—will be competing to steal someone else's slice, this lemon berry coconut cream tart is calling out to you. Our recipe is entirely gluten-free, vegan and has no sugar. How can you go wrong?.
Pear Tart with Caramelised Onions and Gorgonzola
Pear tart with caramelised onions and gorgonzola cheese is a cosy brunch dish for all families and very easy to prepare. The sweetness of the pears and caramelised onions is matched with the distinct bold flavour of the Gorgonzola cheese. And, if all this is still not enough for you, imagine the soft crunch of the walnuts on a fluffy golden puff pastry. A slice of this glorious pear tart is the best thing you will put in your mouth—pure pearfection.
Gluten-Free Fig Tart
What is perfect for a tea party? One or more gluten-free fig tarts. A figs tart slice is an ideal snack with coffee and completes in the best way any lunch or picnic. This gluten-free fig tart recipe is easy to prepare. It is gluten-free, but can easily be made with regular all-purpose flour.
Japanese Squash Tart
Is squash a fruit or vegetable? All types of squash have seeds and come from the flowering part of plants. Botanically, it’s a fruit. In fact, edible flowers even grow out of squash and are known as squash blossoms. Therefore, squash can be considered a fruit in all respects.
This means also that—at least from a botanical point of view—a Japanese pumpkin tart is a fruit tart. Now that all doubts have been dispelled and we can consider this recipe a tasty and unusual variation of a classic fruit tart, try to make this gluten-free, vegetarian Japanese squash tart at home.