You don't have to share this sweet citrusy treat. And you won't want to. Buttery tart shells filled with lemon curd and meringue are the stuff spring dessert dreams are made of.
Don't have a tart pan? We got you. Put together a free-form tart loaded with fresh fruit. Use any kind you like, but we love a mix of raspberries and blueberries.
A fluffy lemon curd whipped cream make these mini tarts better than any other tart you've tried. Finish each with a sprig of fresh mint.
No crust, no problem. This tequila-laced tart is surrounded by ladyfinger cookies and topped with fresh strawberries and mint.
We're here for the buttery almond brittle topping.
The secret to these perfect fruit tarts? A velvety smooth pastry cream that's flavored with vanilla bean.
There's no wrong time to eat chocolate. Greet spring with a simple bittersweet chocolate tart. Choose a chocolate that's at least 70% cacao.
This crust is made of homemade lemon cookie dough. 'Nuff said.
Yogurt and cereal make this tart totally appropriate breakfast fare.
When dessert becomes a beautiful work of tart. Get the look by piling fresh berries onto cut squares of this sweet dessert.
We're pretty sure the saying goes "When life gives you lemons, make candied slices and put them on a tart."
Rustic is another word for super easy. Don't skip the basil in the filling—it adds a fresh twist.
Mini tarts mean you don't have to share. Fresh berries mean they have a healthy spin.
Sorry, strawberry. Rhubarb is having a moment with apples, and it's really delicious.
Don't even try to have just one slice of this salty-sweet masterpiece. The combination is absolutely addictive.
Balance the smooth grapefruit curd filling with a coconut and pistachio topper. There's so much flavor here that no one will notice the store-bought crust.
A thyme-spiked mascarpone cheese filling keeps this caramelized fruit tart from being too sweet. Make the filling ahead and top it just before party time.