Refreshing and elegant this Gingered Key Lime-White Chip Cookie Tart is the perfect ending to a springtime dinner. This 1st Prize winning recipe was developed by Ginnie Prater of Jacksonville, AL and combines a light buttery crust with a tasty lime filling that’s both sweet and tart!
by A. Amanda
, Las Vegas, NV on Mar. 2010
I made it without the ginger because it seemed like there were too many flavors going on. It was good but not great. You have to REALLY like lime I guess.
Good - but not what I expected
by S. Stephanie
, Northern VA on Aug. 2007
This recipe tasted great, but I think the flavor of the crust overpowered the key-lime filling more than I would have liked. Also, when picking the recipe, be aware that crystalized ginger is fairly expensive.
Light and tasty
by E. Evonne
, FRASER, MI on Mar. 2007
My family loved the tart. It was light and tasty. There wasn't a crumb left.
by C. Cathy
, NARROWS, VA on Mar. 2007
I used the Macadamia Nut crust and even my picky, picky 80 yr old mom loved it! Will definitely make this for Easter as evening snack with a good cup of fresh coffee.
by M. Molly
, ATLANTA, NY on Mar. 2007
It took me awhile to make this. It looked pretty before I cut it! A lot of people liked it because of the contrast in flavors. The sweet cookie part and then the key lime tartness!
My son-in-law's favorite!!
by D. Debbie
, TAYLORSVILLE, NC on Mar. 2007
I knew my son-in-law loved Key Lime pie so I wanted to try these and see if they would be a hit with him and he loved them!!! Now he wants me to make them all the time. I love to make things that I know my family will like!! The rest of my family also like them! I'm so happy when I know I've made something everyone loves!! Wonderful recipe especially if your family loves keylime pie!!
by D. Debbye
, FRONT ROYAL, VA on Mar. 2007
This recipe was very easy to follow and make. The flavors of the ginger and the key lime made this tart. It was sooooooooo delicious. Will make this recipe again everyone just loved it.
Little bit of work, but worth the effort
by D. Diane
, ABERDEEN, SD on Mar. 2007
I made this for a special dinner this weekend. It was a little bit extra work, but certainly worth the effort. The flavors blend together beautifully; tart & sweet. It is something I won't make every week, but definitely will keep on file for special occasions or celebrations.
Gingered Key Lime-White Chip Cookie Tart
by C. Carol
, Gatesville, TX on Mar. 2007
This was really yummy. What a new and different dessert idea. We get tired of the same old desserts. I think I will keep this in mind for Easter Dinner. I will probably have to make two.
Cool,easy and wonderful
by D. Diane
, MARTINEZ, GA on Mar. 2007
This is an easy recipe. It was a hit in the office. Everyone wanted another piece. I know that I will be making this on Summer Day out by the pool
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