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  • cranberry mincemeat tarts

    Cranberry and mincemeat filo tarts

    Our cranberry mincemeat tarts are full of festive flavours but are a little different than a classic mince pie. The crisp filo pastry adds a nice crunch to these rich and fruity pies. It wouldnít be Christmas without tucking into warm mince pies and mulled wine by the fire, and we think these cranberry mincemeat tarts make for the ultimate winter warmer. The regular mincemeat filling is jeweled with fresh cranberries, adding a sharpness that cuts through the rich mince pie filling. Weíve used a jar of mincemeat, but you can make your own if you like. If you donít have Yorkshire pudding tins feel free to use cupcake tins instead. You might be tempted to buy shop bought mince pies, but making your own is so easy, and these cranberry mincemeat tarts only take 15 minutes to bake! Cranberry mincemeat tarts are a homemade treat that is perfect for entertaining over the festive period and are guaranteed to fill you with Christmas cheer.

    • 3
    (14 ratings)
  • Lemon tart

    Lemon tart, or 'tarte au citron', is the perfect melt-in-the-mouth dessert for sharing with friends and family. Lemon tart recipe is traditionally French and is made with a crumbly shortcrust pastry that contracts against the sharp lemon flavours. By using the rind of the lemons you will get the fullest citrus flavours! We recommend not making the dish too far in advance, it tastes best served just after cooking and doesn't keep for too long even in the fridge. This delicious lemon tart recipe serves 8-10 people and takes around 1hr and 25 mins to make and bake.

    • 4
    (117 ratings)
  • pastel de natas recipe

    Pastel de natas

    If you've ever visited Portugal you would surely have enjoyed one or more of these Portuguese custard tarts, or pastel de natas, made with puff pastry and filled with a lemony, spicy egg custard. We've plumped for shop-bought puff pastry in an effort to keep the prep time down but you could of course make your own if the fancy takes you! These lovely little pastel de natas are best eaten on the day they're made (when their buttery smell is still lingering in your kitchen!) but will keep for a couple more days if stored in an air-tight tin.

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • gluten free blueberry pies

    Gluten free blueberry pies

    Gluten free blueberry pies are the perfect dinner party dessert, especially if one or more of your guests follow a gluten free diet. We've used a home-made buckwheat pie crust, which is suitable for coeliacs and those with a gluten intolerance, and also has a lovely nutty flavour. Blueberry pie is an American family staple, and itís easy to easy to see why. These individual pies are bursting with fresh blueberries that give a beautiful colour as well as great flavour. Unlike other fruits, blueberries do not require peeling before making the filling, saving you time in the kitchen while giving delicious results every time.

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • Bakewell tarts recipe

    Bakewell tarts

    This Bakewell tart recipe makes perfect Bakewell tarts every time. These mini tarts are ideal for beginners. Whip up some classic Bakewell tarts at home with this simple recipe. These mini Bakewells make a lovely afternoon treat or Mother's Day gift. This recipe makes 16 mini Bakewell tarts and will take around 1 hour and 35 mins to prepare and bake. Keeping them mini means they can be a bite sized treat you can take with you. Think packed lunches, picnics or after school treat you get to enjoy with your friends whilst the kids play. These Bakewell tarts are made by Molly Bakes.

    • 3
    (324 ratings)
  • Fearne Cotton mini coconut and cherry tarts

    Fearne Cotton's mini coconut & cherry tarts

    These mini coconut and cherry tarts with a hint of chocolate will steal your heart away. They're quick and easy to make. Fearne Cotton says: "These would be my desert island dessert essential. They look divine, taste so naughty but are pure goodness, and are fun to make too. They make the perfect tea party centrepiece, and your friends won't believe they are good for you!"

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Raspberry and almond frangipane tart

    Raspberry and almond frangipane tart

    Our triple tested raspberry and almond frangipane tart recipe is a tempting teatime treat! This dinner party dessert is a favourite and so easy to make. This frangipane tart has sharp raspberries in a rich, almond flavoured base. The raspberry and the almond infused sponge have a similar taste to a classic British bakewell tart. This delicious raspberry and almond frangipane tart serves 6-8 people and will take about 1hr and 5 mins to make. This sweet and soft tart is perfect served with whipped or single cream.

    • 3
    (146 ratings)
  • Mary Berry's plum and marzipan tarte tatin

    Mary Berry's plum and marzipan tarte tatin

    A plum tarte tatin always sounds like a tricky dessert to make but Mary Berry shows you just how easy it can be. Her juicy and super-sweet plum tart is made using just 4 ingredients - and one of them is ready made pastry, if it's good enough for Mary, it's good enough for us! This colourful dessert serves 8 people so would be the perfect dessert for a big family Sunday roast. Serve it up in lovely generous slices with plenty of thick double cream.

    • 4
    (78 ratings)
  • tarte tatin recipe

    Gregg Wallace's tarte tatin

    They just love a tarte tatin on MasterChef and we do too. Judge Gregg Wallace shows us how it's done with his favourite classic apple dessert recipe that's not as hard to do as you might think. This recipe shows you how to make the pastry from scratch but if you're pushed for time you can cheat and buy ready made puff pastry. If you can get your hands on an all butter version then it's the best option as it'll taste really decadent and authentic - the French wouldn't have it any other way! You can swap the apples for pears if you fancy trying something different or you could add blackberries to the mix for a seasonal treat. Whatever you do make sure to serve your tarte tatin with plenty of clotted cream or ice cream - delicious.

    • 3
    (31 ratings)
  • Blueberry cheesecake tart

    Heavenly blueberry cheesecake tart is made with mascarpone and a readymade pastry case to make a delicious dessert that's ready in just 20 mins. We used Marks & Spencer's sweet shortcrust pastry case, but feel free to use your own. The cheesecake's richness comes from creamy mascapone and double cream. Don't forget to add the finishing touch though - decorating the cheesecake with blueberries and white chocolate tops it perfectly. This dessert serves 8, so there will be plenty to go around.

    • 3
    (10 ratings)
  • Hairy Bikers Bakewell tart recipe

    The Hairy Bakers' Bakewell tart

    Learn how to make The Hairy Bakers' Bakewell tart with this simple and delicious recipe. This classic is sure to become a family favourite. The Hairy Bakers, Dave Myers and Simon King describe this bakewell tart recipe as: 'The tart with heart, a gorgeous marriage of raspberry jam, almonds cuddled in a cocoon of almondine sweet pastry.' This tasty, sweet tart will take around 1hr and 35 mins to make and bake and will serve between 6-8 people. It's the perfect dessert to follow on from your Sunday roast. Serve warm and smother in custard or serve cold and drizzle in cream - the choice is yours!

    • 4
    (121 ratings)
  • Pear Frangipane Tart

    Pear frangipane tart

    This delicious frangipane pear tart is perfect for a special dinner party and we guarantee it will make a very memorable dessert that guests will have a hard time forgetting. Frangipane is a rich almond paste that tastes great with pears. In this recipe itís used in a classic French tart, and we can just say itís definitely a match made in heaven. To make this masterpiece, you will have to set aside 1 hr 35 mins of kitchen time, but the divine taste of this pear frangipane tart will make every second worth it. To start off you need to make the pastry from scratch, which only takes flour and butter, and put in the fridge to chill for 30mins. The filling will take you approximately half hour to prep, then youíll need to bake the tart for 45 mins in the oven. This frangipane pear tart is perfect for an afternoon pick-me up with a cuppa but if youíre having it as a dessert, why not serve with a little extra on the side? A slice with a dollop of cream is the perfect finish to a special meal, but you can also serve it warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream Ė enjoy!

    • 3
    (113 ratings)

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