Thursday, August 12, 2010

Raspberry Tarts


I was in the mood for a sweet treat recently and made these easy raspberry tarts its a simple pastry shell filled with berry jam and topped with raspberry. I love making jam tarts as the fillings are endless last time I posted them I did lemon curd and clementines.  

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How will you fill yours?



Raspberry Tarts:


Ingredients:

  • 8oz flour
  • 3-4 0z butter
  • cold water
  • a pinch of salt
  • mixed berry jam or raspberry
  • enough raspberries to top each tart
Method:
  1. mix the flour and the salt together then add butter and cut with a knife mix in cold water to make the pastry
  2. roll out then cut into round cut outs, I am not a baker he he and cup a mug!
  3. add to the bottom of a muffin baking pan then fill with jam and garnish with a raspberry 
  4. bake for 15 min on 400 degrees







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35 comments:

  1. These sound delicious...and I love the sound of the lemon curd/clementine filling, as well. I could pop several in my mouth easily! Hmmm...wonder if they'd be good w/ cherry/almond filling? Of course they would! ;)

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  2. Mmm, these look so delicious, and seem so much easier than one might think! I love raspberry!

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  3. Such scrumptious little tarts! Raspberries are a great filling!

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  4. WOW..they look so cute and delicious..

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  5. Those tarts looks delish! I love blueberry filled anything. YUM.

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  6. Your tarts look delicious and since I love raspberries, it's a perfect thing!

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  7. You know my whereabouts, don`t you?
    Please, please send me a few.
    Delicious little treasures ♥

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  8. They look delicious and I love the mini size, just a bite or so.
    Mimi

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  9. Yum, I would do mine with banana and PB blended up or just plain ol apricot or fig jam.

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  10. I love the mini tarts, especially with the raspberry filling. In fact I think raspberry (possibly with some peach slices) might be my favorite.

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  11. Jaja you're in sweet mood...this is my state permanently LOL!

    Those raspberry tarts can fit perfect my sweet tooth :)

    Cheers,

    Gera

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  12. I love fruit tarts. Yours look beautiful! I like any fruit filling..hard to choose one in particular, though:)

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  13. I need one now before bedtime :D

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  14. Rebecca, these raspberry tarts look scrumptious! I know you would love them with a cup of tea, and I would love it with a cup of coffee. :-)

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  15. Oh how cute and delicious these look! Perfect to satisfy a sweet tooth.

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  16. Yum! My mum made blueberry jam this morning, so in the mood for following you with it now :)

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  17. tarts using fresh fruits must be very refreshing and nice.

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  18. Two of my favorite things: raspberries and tarts. Lovely!

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  19. I would have to say lemon. Right now I love anything lemony. I will have to give these a try.

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  20. Cute, tempting and crispy treat!!

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  21. I love mini tarts...these look wonderful :)

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  22. I like to fill mine with strawberries. It's always been my fav. Delicious looking tarts. :)

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  23. Raspberries are my favorite berry. What beautiful little tarts!

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  24. I ADORE raspberries! These look divine...! :)

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  25. I bet your tarts are scrumptious Rebecca! The lemon curd ones sound good too.

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  26. thanks everyone for your kind comments, heres a tart for each oh you

    Hugs Rebecca

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  27. They are pretty and delicious!
    I think I would love the cherry filling too.

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  28. Mmmm.. I would fill mine with fresh cream topped with fresh fruit, or a spoonful of Nutella (lol) or something with lemon. Mmmm... raspberry sounds good too :)

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  29. Love raspeberry anything - these are jewelled sweet tarts.

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  30. Angie oh cherry would be great
    Kimberly tried nutella once but didn't melt so well in oven lol
    Claudia thanks

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  31. I love jam tarts! Standing in the kitchen making them with my mum when I was about 4 is a very early memory of mine. Yum!

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