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Berry Tarts and Pies

Berry Tarts and Pies

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Slice the pastry into quarters and transfer the rectangles to a parchment-lined sheet tray. Score an oval into each quadrant, leaving about a half-inch border; be careful not to cut the pastry all the way through. Transfer 12 oz. usually two plastic clamshells fresh berries to a bowl.

Hardier winter fruit like apples or pears should be sliced as thin as possible. Stir in 2 Tbsp. waterand 1—2 tsp. fresh lemon juice. Evenly spoon the mixture onto each pastry rectangle, staying within the scored lines. Food waste is bad hi, Mumso make sure you scrape all that jammy liquid onto the pastry.

In another small bowl, beat 1 egg with a fork. Using a pastry brush or the back of a spoon or your fingersspread a thin coating of egg on the exposed border of each pastry rectangle. This ensures the dough will transform from beige to golden. Sprinkle a small pinch of sea salt over each pastry.

Send them into the oven for 20—25 minutes, until the edges are bronzed and puffed and the berries are soft and bubbling away in their own juices. Transfer to a wire rack to cool. Serve with something creamy.

If there are any leftovers, cover individually with plastic wrap and store in the freezer. To reheat, pop them in a ° oven for about 15 minutes.

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Fresh Blueberry Tarts Recipe - Pinch of Yum

Looking for an easy summer dessert? Make one big, flat cookie base no hassling with tart pans , spread it with dulce de leche, and then top it with whipped cream and freshly sliced strawberries.

Lemon curd is great and all, but have you tried making curds with other fruits? Lime curd is a tangy, zippy alternative that tastes great in a simple berry tart. This dough, with its addition of whole wheat flour for a nutty taste and tender texture, is a must in your baking repertoire.

Legend has it that the Bakewell tart was invented in the s in the village of Bakewell. An inexperienced cook made a mistake when putting together a strawberry tart—and ended up with a pie crust with a layer of preserves on the bottom and a soft, cake-like filling. This version uses raspberry preserves, but strawberry would also be delicious.

If you're more into crunchy, cinnamony streusel than a lattice top, start with this recipe. A little lemon zest and lemon juice perks up the blueberry pie filling. If you're at all intimidated by berry pies, try this galette first.

Just roll out your dough, place the berries in the center, then fold the edges of the dough up and over before baking.

We promise you can do it! This naturally gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, vegan dessert which is also free of refined sugar is a total crowd pleaser, even for folks who eat eggs and butter.

Eating fruit tarts is great. Rolling out dough on a brutally hot day isn't. Good thing this stunner has a no-fuss press-in crust. Here, lush summer raspberries are framed by a rich crust and a cool, creamy layer that underlines their tart juiciness.

A drizzling of warm lavender honey draws out a luxurious floral sweetness—put out the extra honey in a crock so everyone can add as much or as little as they like. If you love coconut macaroons and you love blueberry pie, you simply must make this recipe.

The meringue is browned in the oven—no need for a kitchen torch. Parchment paper is a lifesaver when making this rustic tart. Use it when rolling out the tender, delicate crust it'll keep it from sticking , then use it to fold over the edges of the galette.

Looking for berry pie recipes that won't make you sweat? This strawberry number from Gourmet is cooling in hot weather, thanks to its just-set gelatin filling, which gets chilled in the fridge.

Make it when you get deep-red local strawberries—it won't be as good with big supermarket ones. Genevieve Yam. Stephanie Loo. Rebecca Firkser. The Epicurious Editors. Photo by Joseph De Leo, Food Styling by Rebecca Jurkevich.

Get This Recipe. Photo by Joseph De Leo, Food Styling by Stevie Stewart. Photo by Chelsea Kyle, and Rhoda Boone. Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Katherine Sacks. Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Rhoda Boone. Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Kat Boytsova.

Photo by Andrea Albin. Tara Donne. Photo by David Cicconi, food styling by Jennifer Ophir. Photo by Romulo Yanes. Johnny Miller. Photo by Quentin Bacon. Give everyone their own personal pie this summer. Tobias Zarius. Photo by Stephen Kent Johnson, Prop Styling by Kalen Kaminski, Food Styling by Rebecca Jurkevich.

Chris Gentile. Patricia Heal. Photo by Eva Kolenko. Bright ginger and lime give this fruity, sweet hand-pie filling a zippy finish.

Photo by Travis Rainey, Food Styling by Micah Marie Morton. Wonderful with scoop of vanilla ice cream or a dollop of softly whipped cream.

The pastry I like to use for this Berry Tart is Pate Brisee short crust pastry , which has a wonderful buttery flavor and crumbly texture. It is easily made in the food processor. Just remember that the butter and the water need to be very cold.

Once made, the pastry must be chilled until firm before rolling into a large circle. The tricky part is rolling out the pastry. In order for it to roll out smoothly, without it sticking to the counter or tearing, it has to be at the right temperature.

Too cold it will tear , too warm it will stick. This "feel" for the dough will come with practice, so don't get discouraged if you have some trouble at first.

If the rolled out pastry tears a little, don't worry, just patch it back together as best as you can. For the berries, use whatever is in season. The berries need to be sweetened, so taste your berries, as you can adjust the amount of sugar used.

I also like to add a little cornstarch to thicken the berry juices. Once you place the berries on the pastry, leave a border because the pastry is folded up and over the filling.

Make sure that the folds of pastry are sealed so that the pastry does not fall open during baking. The tart is baked in a hot oven until the crust has nicely browned and the fruit's juices just start to bubble.

Related Recipes You May Like Raspberry Tart Peach Tart Strawberry Rhubarb Tarts Berry Pie Prune Plum Tart Easy Fruit Tart Pastry Crust : I n a food processor, place the flour, salt, and sugar and process until combined.

Add the butter and process until the mixture resembles coarse meal about 15 seconds. Add about 3 tablespoons of water and process until the dough just holds together when pinched. Add more water if needed. Turn the dough onto your work surface and gather it into a ball. C over with plastic wrap, and refrigerate for about one hour or until firm.

This will chill the butter and allow the gluten in the flour to relax. While the pastry is chilling, line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Once the pastry has chilled sufficiently, remove from the refrigerator and, on a lightly floured surface, roll the pastry into a 13 inch 33 cm circle.

Place the pastry circle onto your baking sheet and cover with plastic wrap. Place in the refrigerator to chill the pastry while you make the filling and preheat your oven. Preheat your oven to degrees F degrees C and place rack in center of oven.

Filling : In a large bowl, combine the berries, sugar, and cornstarch. Remove the pastry from the refrigerator and arrange the berries on the pastry, leaving about a two inch 5 cm wide border. Scrape any remaining sugar from the bowl and drizzle over top of the berries.

Gently fold the edges of the pastry up and over the berries, pleating as necessary. Make sure to seal any cracks in the pastry. Bake for approximately 30 - 35 minutes or until the crust is golden brown and the juices are just starting to bubble and start to run out from the center of the tart.

Remove from oven and place on a wire rack to cool before serving. Serve with softly whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. Cover and refrigerate any leftovers. Makes about 6 - 8 servings. View comments on this recipe on YouTube.

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Standard February 15, by Julie 10 Comments. beverages , bread , breakfast. Standard February 14, by Julie 2 Comments. Our local blueberry u-pick opens on Thursday… and I had a package of tart shells fall out of the freezer when I opened the door a couple of days ago….

Seems like they were trying to tell me something. Should you add any water to the saucepan for the cornstarch base or just make as it says in the recipe above? Amazing recipe! Had tart shells needed to use, plus frozen berries picked by a great friend… easy and delicious!

Can use the base of recipe for so many ideas! Thank you! After all is done can they be frozen? Or should everything but the baking be done then frozen and baked when needed? I halved the recipe and still worked great! Used lime lime juice and maple syrup with the berries which were thawed from frozen.

These are delish!!! I made them for our Canada Celebration. Only half of them made it to the party. A HUGE hit with my husband and my year old father! The addition I made was a tbsp of butter.

Now going to make a pie with this recipe. Yum Yum!!!! not question marks. Recently picked some Wild Blueberries , Raspberries and was searching for a tart recipe. Was my first time making and so pleased it was deliciously successful: Thank you! but there are plenty of free programs you can run recipes through for nutritional analysis.

If I cannot serve all of them on the day I make them…. would they last a few days in the fridge? awesome recipe! so easy. only made one change — I baked the tart shells on my bbq! too darn hot to turn on the oven even for 10 minutes! A keeper for sure. thank you.

If using canned blueberries, would you add in the other spices? And would you still cook on the stove? Or could you just put the filling in the tarts and bake them? Just wanted to say thank you for the quick recipe for the filling. I plan to put a thin layer of cream cheese on the tart shells.

My mother is coming home tomorrow and it seems like something she would enjoy. Pretty sure I have used a few parts of your other recipes while tinkering with some other ideas. I like to try to be creative.

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pinch salt. Ingredients 1 dozen frozen tart shells. Directions 1 Preheat the oven to F. Super Simple Blueberry Tarts. Ingredients Directions. blueberries pie tarts. Share About Julie. Previous post Nanking Cherry Jelly.

Next post Lemon Blackberry Pound Cake. You May Also Like. D July 27, at pm Reply. This is brilliant! All the goodness of pie in about 15 minutes! Lorraine October 9, at pm Reply. Great and simple.

Will make this again! Alicen July 28, at am Reply. Jules WolfItDown July 29, at am Reply. Rk Shastri July 30, at am Reply. Linda September 16, at am Reply. would you be able to use blueberry pie filling? Julie April 11, at pm Reply.

Sure, you could substitute blueberry pie filling! Tracey August 17, at am Reply. Thank you so much for the recipe, I added a bit of maple syrup and they are delicious. Julie August 18, at am Reply. Ooh, great idea! Sammie August 18, at pm Reply. No — the berries are juicy enough on their own! Lou September 20, at pm Reply.

by kathyhillacre in dessert , pies and tarts Tags: saskatoon berries , tart shells. Stir the sugar and cornstarch together, then add the water.

Add just enough water to be able to melt the sugar and cornstarch together. Pour over the berries in a medium saucepan and cook over low heat, stirring often, until berries release their juice, and mixture is hot and bubbly and has thickened.

Taste at this point and add a bit of extra sugar if necessary. A teaspoon or two of lemon juice helps cut a too-sweet flavor. Let the berries cool about 40 minutes, stirring gently from time to time, then fill tart shells. A batch of filling this size should fill about tarts.

Bake tarts at °F for about 14 minutes until pastry is golden and filling is bubbly. Remove from oven and cool before serving. Previous Creamy Lemon Basil Sauce with Chicken and Veggie Stir-fry Next Roasted Rosemary Potatoes and Garlic. Penny Geiger Sep 26, Hi there! It is truly delicious!

The recipe is a bit limited when it comes to the tart shells and the baking but there were further instructions in the comments! Thank you for sharing. kathyhillacre Sep 28, Evelyn Aug 07, kathyhillacre Aug 07, I usually bake the tarts at degrees F, for about 15 minutes.

You want the pastry nicely browned and the filling bubbling. If you use, sweet pastry lower the temperature to degrees to avoid over-browning. Jenn Oct 24, kathyhillacre Oct 25, Janet Aug 14, kathyhillacre Aug 16, Brenda Leyland Jul 20, I cook and bake and blog from my home in a small city in Alberta, Canada.

We have a quiet life enjoying home and garden, and spending time with family.

Blueberry Tart Recipe Sign up to receive new posts delivered directly to your inbox: Subscribe Now ». Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Katherine Sacks. by: Michelle Palm. Lightly mist the wrappers with cooking spray and then sprinkle with half of the powdered sugar. About Julie. Holding a floured dry-measure cup with one hand, press dough firmly against the side of the pan, pushing down top of crust with thumb of other hand to level flush with the rim. My mum is the kind of lady who packs one pair of pants for a weeklong vacation.
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Bake the tart for minutes, until the lemon tart is set. The less you bake the tart, the more pudding-like the filling will be. This is purely to taste - if you prefer a more firm pie, leave it in for the full time!

Remove from the oven and let cool completely on a wire rack. Decorate with mixed berries once cooled and serve dusted with powdered sugar. This is also great topped with freshly whipped cream. You might also like. Pies and Tarts Raspberry and Chocolate Mousse Tart. Pies and Tarts Rainier Cherry Galette.

Pies and Tarts Lemon and Berry Tart. Leave a Comment. What did you think of the recipe? I'd love to know! Thanks for contributing to our community!

Your comment will appear shortly. Be the first to comment on this recipe. Craving More? Alicen July 28, at am Reply. Jules WolfItDown July 29, at am Reply.

Rk Shastri July 30, at am Reply. Linda September 16, at am Reply. would you be able to use blueberry pie filling? Julie April 11, at pm Reply. Sure, you could substitute blueberry pie filling! Tracey August 17, at am Reply. Thank you so much for the recipe, I added a bit of maple syrup and they are delicious.

Julie August 18, at am Reply. Ooh, great idea! Sammie August 18, at pm Reply. No — the berries are juicy enough on their own! Lou September 20, at pm Reply. Julie Your Blueberry Tart recipe is simple and tastes Delicious I will surely pass it on.

Teresa February 14, at pm Reply. You saved the day! Thanks for this super easy, tasty recipe 🙂. Julie February 15, at am Reply. Lynette Burton May 20, at pm.

March 25, at am Reply. Sam April 8, at pm Reply. Exactly what I would like to know — can they be frozen? Julie April 11, at pm. Sam April 11, at pm Reply.

Another question, would frozen blueberries work ok in this recipe? Julie April 13, at pm Reply. Stephanie July 23, at am Reply. Could you substitute all of sugar for maple syrup? Diane August 24, at am Reply.

Could i substitute blackberries? My property is surrounded by the delicious berries. Julie August 30, at pm Reply. Anonymous August 25, at pm Reply. C September 30, at am Reply. Tina Renaud July 2, at am Reply.

Faith Haack July 18, at am Reply. Denise February 4, at pm Reply. Excellent recipe with excellent results. Julie February 7, at pm. No worries! Dawn March 16, at pm Reply. Love this recipe! I get requests for these tarts for every family gathering and showers.

Anonymous September 8, at pm Reply. Doug February 12, at pm Reply. Hi would you have any nutritional info on this recipe? Julie February 27, at pm Reply. Kathy May 30, at pm Reply. Can I use frozen blueberries, was cleaning out my freezer and found a bag? Madeleine Freedman June 4, at pm Reply.

Stephanie June 7, at am Reply. How much cornstarch is required? Anonymous August 6, at pm Reply. Comments from ? How did I not know about these before now? Julie August 24, at pm Reply. Sure thing! julia March 17, at pm. so simple and quick and delish, will be making these often, thank youm.

Bring a slice of Prairie flavour to your table with a freshly baked pie full of sweet, nutty Saskatoon berry filling. A bright and beautiful after-dinner treat, this citrus pie starts with a graham cracker crust, filled with a key lime mixture and topped with thick whipped cream and wedges of lime.

These mini sugar cookie cups, filled with raspberry jam and syrupy dark cherries, look fancy but are a cinch to make. Make the cookie dough in advance, so you can bake them with ease read: less than 30 minutes for your next potluck. These super sweet, bite-size treats are filled with a smooth pastry cream and topped with fresh berries and almonds.

This dessert has all the elements of high tea delights: a honey biscuit, cream and fruit all packed into one sumptuous tart! A combination of fruity cherry pie and creamy, decadent cheesecake, this dessert pizza is the ultimate treat after a satisfying summer meal.

Many Canadians may not realize that our neighbours to the south are not so familiar with butter tarts — that quintessential Canadian dessert that originated with pioneers in the prairies, in which butter, sugar, syrup and egg fill a flaky pastry shell. Opt for store-bought lime curd, or whip some up from scratch.

You can whip up this 6-ingredient plum tart with a quick crumble crust in a flash, and let it bake while enjoying dinner al fresco. This is definitely a recipe for sophisticated palates and those who prefer a less sweet finale to a meal. Sugar cookie cups make a delightful treat on their own, but filled with tangy cream cheese and your favourite fruits turn them into a delightful dessert.

Store-bought pastry helps you deliver tasty little desserts in a flash. This recipe is perfect for strawberry season, when those last few, fresh-picked fruits are on the brink of going bad.

A chocolate sandwich cookie crust filled with raspberries, yogurt and cream. For an extra dash of pizzazz, dust with icing sugar before serving.

Sign up to receive new posts delivered directly to your inbox:. You just Berrry. I have been craving Berry Tarts and Pies lately Pi day was yesterday Berrt all and these little Mixed Berry Tarts and Pies Piez Tarts gave me just what I wanted. Better yet, these are only 39 calories or 1 Weight Watchers SmartPoints each on myWW Green, Blue or Purple. A dessert for just 1 SP? You can also easily halve this recipe to make 12 mini tarts if you prefer. To view your WW PersonalPoints for this recipe and track it in the WW app or site, click here!

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