New York baker, and owner of Buttercup Bake Shop, Jennifer Appel loves sharing her passion for baking, and does so with these delightful tartlets. Stunning to look at, these elegant desserts are made even easier with our refrigerated sugar cookie bar dough, and a mixture of seasonal berries. This is one dessert you and your guests won't want to miss.
by S. Sue
, Pittsburgh, PA on May. 2010
this is a delightful dessert anytime--turns an ordinary day into an extraordinary day! with frozen fruit available year round it can be enjoyed
throughout the year!
Berries and Cream Tartlet
by J. Jane
, Pendleton, IN on Apr. 2009
I made this for school today and it was a hit! I used a muffin pan as I did not have a tartlet pan and it worked. Placed chunked papaya on top as fresh berries were too high this week. This is a keeper recipe!
Mix and Match to get More !!
by D. DeLura
, PITTSBURGH, PA on Apr. 2009
Why not have fun and use different types of pudding fillings, like cheesecake, chocolate or french vanilla. Lemon would be a pleasant change too. You could also change the crusts to match the puddings !! Use different fruits for toppings too, like bananas and sprinkled pecans for chocolate, mandarin oranges and or Pineapple on lemon, maybe blueberry or cherries on cheesecake. You can turn this into so many different desserts ! This is a fun recipe !! Let your imagination lead the way!!
Very easy and fast
by B. Brandy
, on Apr. 2009
was a big hit at my house and have to make again.
Easy and Good
by J. Janice
, San Francisco, CA on Apr. 2009
I use whatever berry is in season and looks the best. This makes a spectacular dessert for special occasions but is easy enough for every day treats too.
Berries and Cream Tartlets
by M. MayBelle
, Riceville, IA on Mar. 2009
I have tried a lot of recipies from this site and this by far is the best one ever. It is simple and easy. I would use my own sugar cookie recipe next time. The prepared cookie dough got soft after the first day. It made it difficult to pick up. My family liked just one type of berry on each one instead of mixing them. I will be making these over and over .
by T. TINA
, Ogden, UT on Mar. 2009
love this recipe taste great
by K. KATHY
, South Daytona, FL on Mar. 2009
they were so easy to make and beautiful to present to our guests, tasted wonderful............
by K. KEN
, Strongsville, OH on Mar. 2009
served to family....wanted more. so easy to make
by l. leslie
, superior, CO on Mar. 2009
This is so easy and looks like its from a fancy bakery.
Put this hearty egg, cheese and sausage casserole into the oven early on a weekend morning and it will be ready by the time the whole family is up. An easy holiday brunch recipe! For extra variation try different cheeses, or add some ham or bacon bits.
A gift of love from your own kitchen.
Homemade chocolate caramels will liven up any party.