A simple tart is perfect for dinner or makes lovely dessert for when you're expecting guests round. Find the easiest tart recipes from our recipe collection, like salted chocolate caramel tart, rhubarb custard tart or asparagus and pesto tarts
Once dessert comes, you simply can’t beat a classic lemon tart. With so few ingredients, it’ll look like you’ve toiled in the kitchen when it really takes no time at all!
For a tart that features all the flavours of the moment, try this salted chocolate and caramel tart (pictured). You don’t have to be a pastry chef to really nail this simple tart – it couldn’t be easier to make and both looks and tastes stunning.
Sweet and tart filling encased in a sweet pastry make this rhubarb custard tart a real delight. It’s great served with a cup of afternoon tea or as dessert to follow up a delicious dinner party meal.
These mini raspberry and coconut cream tarts have no processed sugar in them and instead of pastry, the casing is made of nuts and dates. What a lovely idea for some super healthy and really elegant pastries.
These little asparagus tarts will be on your favourites menu in no time. They’re perfect for a weekend lunch with friends and seem extra special in individual portion sizes. Our tip? Buy a freshly made pesto over a jar – the flavour is always better.
This rhubarb and lemon tart perfectly balances the sweet pastry with tart lemon and rhubarb. It’s really delightful and full of fresh flavours.
This peach and frangipane tart recipe is classic French patisserie at its best – and easier than you’d think. Want to get the very best flavour? Your tart will have a much better flavour and texture if you grind your own almonds rather than buy ready-ground almonds.
The creamy, rich filling makes this smoked salmon tart recipe luxury on a plate! With very few ingredients, it’s quick to make and you can also use a mixture of smoked fish if you wish, such as trout or cooked smoked haddock.
This lemon tart recipe is really straight-forward and everyone will love the refreshing flavour. You can make the pastry in advance and freeze it or bake it the day before and leave in the fridge. The filling can also be made the day before and refrigerated – leaving you more time to spend with your guests!
This lemon and raspberry dessert recipe really couldn’t be quicker – an instant and utterly delicious, citrussy pudding, you can choose whether to make the pastry yourself or go for shop bought.
A perfect way to end a meal, this pear and almond tart is light enough not to leave you feeling too full and the dessert wine and apricot jam really add a depth of flavour.
This gruyere bacon and leek tart recipe is the real deal, with a gorgeous filling enriched with double cream that makes a truly decadent lunch. If there are any cracks in your pastry case once you have blind baked it, simply remove the baking beans and foil, brush the cracks with egg yolk and bake for a further 5 to 10 minutes to seal them.
A divinely rich chocolate tart with Tawny port syrup with a mousse-like texture – this is the ultimate dinner party dessert that’s bound to impress your guests!
For a lovely party canapé, try these mini crab tartlets. They take no time at all to whip up and you can make as many or little as you need when you’re expecting guests.
Our beautiful mixed berry tart with elderflower pastry cream recipe has an incredibly easy but decadent filling, making this a wonderful dessert for summer.
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