Dessert

Terrific tarts

Whether they're sweet or savoury, filled with gorgeous roasted tomatoes or decadent chocolate praline, tarts are the perfect answer to any dinner or dessert dilemma. Made with a crispy, flaky pastry case, and topped with any combination or filling of your choosing, these dishes are simple and, most importantly, delicious. If you want to whip up a tart to impress at your next family dinner or create a special occasion showstopper, look no further than our favourite recipes below.
walnut and toffeed fig tart
Baking
September 30, 2009

Walnut and toffeed fig tart

This dessert looks and tastes amazing. The drizzling of toffee finishes it off beautifully; the toffee will begin to dissolve within 10 minutes of drizzling it over the figs, so it is best made immediately before serving.
By Women's Weekly Food
APPLE & FIG TARTS
Quick & Easy
September 30, 2009

Fig, apple and hazelnut tart

The autumnal flavours of sweet apple, fig and toasted hazelnuts combine beautifully in this easy tart. Cinnamon sugar is usually available in the spice section of the supermarket. You can easily make it yourself by blending 2 tablespoons of ground cinnamon with half a cup of granulated sugar.
By Women's Weekly Food
zucchini and mascarpone tarts
Quick & Easy
December 31, 2010

Zucchini and mascarpone tarts

Not suitable to freeze. Not suitable to microwave. Use a mandoline or V-slicer to slice the zucchini quickly and evenly. Note
By Women's Weekly Food
Apple and cardamom tart
Quick & Easy
June 29, 2015

Apple and cardamom tart

Wonderfully fragrant, the combination of apple and cardamon is a match made in heaven. We’ve paired them together here in this gorgeous tart with a golden pastry and a dollop of fresh cream to create a perfectly balanced dessert.
By Women's Weekly Food
caramelised apple and custard tarts
Baking
November 30, 2009

Caramelised apple and custard tarts

We used very small pink lady apples, the ones suitable for kids’ lunchboxes. You can also make the pastry using a food processor. Process flour and butter until crumbly, with motor operating, add the water and process until ingredients just come together. Or you can use ready-made shortcrust pastry. Note
By Women's Weekly Food

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