Recipes 30 Delicious Tart Recipes: Breakfast, Lunch, DinnerNo CommentsDecember 10, 20185 Mins readTarts are perfect for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! Enjoy these 30 delicious tart recipes. Table of Contents 1. Spinach & Tomato Hummus Tart2. Summer Peach Tart3. White Chocolate & Strawberry Tart4. Butterscotch Tart5. Lemon Curd & Thyme Tart6. Creme Brûlée Tart7. French Strawberry Tart 8. Strawberry Coconut Tart9. Classic Fruit Tart10. French Apple Tart11. Salted Caramel Chocolate Tart12. Heirloom Tomato Tart With Walnut Base13. Cheesecake Tart With Fresh Raspberries14. Lemon Tart15. Bourbon & Butterscotch Nut Tart16. Nutella Tart With Toasted Hazelnut Crust17. Mediterranean Tart18. Pear and Chocolate Frangipane Tart19. Sweet Potato, Feta and Caramelised Onion Tart20. Beetroot, Feta, & Thyme Tart21. Mushroom Leek Tart22. Pineapple, Coconut, & Macaroon Tart23. Mini Pizza Tart24. Espresso Tart25. Smoked Cheddar, Walnut and Broccoli Tart26. Almond Tart27. Fig and Honey Frangipane Tart28. Tomato Ricotta Tart29. Berry and White Chocolate Tart30. Raspberry Curd Tart1. Spinach & Tomato Hummus TartThis Spinach & Tomato Hummus Tart is a simple, tasty dish that’s full of flavour and I promise you’ll be making it again and again.2. Summer Peach TartSummer peach tart- your ideal sweet treat for hot, summery days! This is another no-bake recipe, made with fresh, juicy peaches and summer berries. It’s also vegan, gluten-free and refined sugar free!3. White Chocolate & Strawberry TartMake the most of an all-time-favourite British summer fruit in this strawberry tart. Here, the fruit is encased in pastry filled with a rich and luxurious white chocolate filling.4. Butterscotch TartIn this post you will learn how to make your very own nostalgic Butterscotch Tart! Literally my favourite dessert from school, I actually used to skip dinner altogether and just have 2 servings of this whenever it was on the menu. I loved it that much! This old school dessert went by many names across the country (butterscotch tart, caramel tart & even gypsy tart) but they were all the same and all tasted amazing!5. Lemon Curd & Thyme TartNothing says summer quite like a a huge slice of luscious lemon tart – A crispy nutty base combined with creamily sweet but zesty lemon curd filling – my kind of dessert!6. Creme Brûlée TartI love chocolate. Like more than life itself. I eat it each & every day and definitely consider it to be an essential food group of it’s own.7. French Strawberry Tart A beautiful strawberry tart recipe made with a shortcrust pastry case filled with crème pâtissière and glazed strawberries. Perfect for a summer afternoon tea in the garden.8. Strawberry Coconut TartI’ve made this recipe for Strawberry Coconut Tarts THREE times in the last 24 hours. They were delicious each time. The first time I made them so I could shoot the photos for this post. Then, I decided I wanted to make a video and a friend of mine came over to help me out with it. I sent her home with a dozen tarts to share with her family.9. Classic Fruit TartOne of my all-time favorite summer-time desserts is the classic fruit tart! I cannot say enough about this beautiful tart! It’s stunning and eye-catching! Nothing beats all of that goodness combined with loads of fresh berries and summer fruit. Make this easy fruit tart for your next get-together and it will be the first dessert to be devoured!10. French Apple TartWhile I love creating beautiful cakes and darling confectionaries, it’s simple desserts like this Julia Child French apple tart (tarte aux pommes) that truly make me happy. It’s the uncomplicated combination of butter, sugar, and fresh fruit that’ll overwhelm your senses and reach the very deepest part of you.11. Salted Caramel Chocolate TartTender, buttery shortbread crust, with rich salted caramel and dark chocolate ganache. This salted caramel ganache tart is like a Twix bar, in tart form!12. Heirloom Tomato Tart With Walnut BaseWhat do ripe seasonal tomatoes remind you of? For me it’s sitting in the sun eating whole bowls of them, popping one after the other when I was a little girl. I have memories of sun, the sweet taste of tomatoes and endless summer days.13. Cheesecake Tart With Fresh RaspberriesCreamy cheesecake with an all butter flaky pie crust, topped off with fresh raspberries and a dusting of sugar. A must make dessert.14. Lemon Tart15. Bourbon & Butterscotch Nut TartBourbon & Butterscotch Nut Tart -Assorted nuts are coated in a smooth, creamy butterscotch sauce with just a hint of bourbon then baked in a delicious pecan shortbread crust.16. Nutella Tart With Toasted Hazelnut CrustThis nutella tart tastes exactly how it looks: lush. It’s a nutella ganache of sorts, cooked on the… I’m sorry, wait. Did you read that just now? NUTELLA GANACHE17. Mediterranean TartDon’t my tarts look good? Well I think they do and they’re so simple to make and packed with flavour.18. Pear and Chocolate Frangipane TartServe this pear and chocolate tart warm, with a side of vanilla ice-cream, and watch your guests swoon with delight.19. Sweet Potato, Feta and Caramelised Onion TartThis deliciously savoury sweet potato, feta and caramelised onion tart makes the perfect vegetarian dish for an easy lunch or a light dinner. This simple tart is also ideal for entertaining, as it can readily be made ahead, and eaten either hot or cold.20. Beetroot, Feta, & Thyme TartThis beetroot, feta and thyme tart looks amazing and tastes delicious, too. It requires a bit of time, but the recipe itself is really easy. It’s vegetarian, and serves six, so it’s perfect for summer entertaining. Beetroot’s main season runs from July until January, so you’ve got plenty of time to enjoy them.21. Mushroom Leek Tart22. Pineapple, Coconut, & Macaroon TartThis Pineapple Coconut Macaroon Tart has a fragrant, tropical filling and a clever base made of coconut macaroon mix means you can line the tart without blind baking or rolling out pastry! The pineapple blossoms are easier to make than you think!23. Mini Pizza TartWhip up a batch of these Mini Pizza Tarts…they take 5 minutes to prepare (longer with a little one helping out!) and taste delicious!24. Espresso Tart25. Smoked Cheddar, Walnut and Broccoli TartThese smoked cheese, walnut and broccoli tarts are only about 4 inches across, so they make a great starter – or you can add a few side dishes to make a full meal. They’re stuffed with garlicky leeks, broccoli and walnuts, and they’re topped with smoked cheddar cheese – absolutely delicious.26. Almond TartHere is how to make a delicious almond tart from scratch with a moist and soft almond filling over a buttery crust and a little spread of apricot preserve for extra flavor.27. Fig and Honey Frangipane TartIn this fig frangipane tart, honey is used both to flavour the almond base and as a glaze. Fresh or dried figs work equally well in this tart and sometimes I use both together, especially when fresh figs are expensive. My favourite honey for this dish is a fragrant one such as heather honey. Use plenty of honey to glaze, so the colours of the tart gleam.28. Tomato Ricotta TartButtery tart crust filled with ricotta, parmesan, and cream cheese and then topped off with juicy tomatoes, fresh basil and oregano leaves, this Heirloom Tomato Ricotta Tart is not only visually appealing, but also incredibly delicious.29. Berry and White Chocolate TartBerry and White Choc Tart from Annabel Karmel’s Busy Mum’s Cookbook. Looking for a simple and easy recipe that is still a showstopper? This decadent chocolate tart is no bake so is a great one for the kids to get involved with and can be assembled in advance.30. Raspberry Curd TartThough this raspberry curd tart is a stunner, the process to make the curd, bake the tart shell, and assemble the tart is fairly straightforward. Both the filling and shell can be made in advance of assembly, taking any stress out of the equation. While this tart is delicious (the vibrant sweet-tart raspberry curd is balanced by a brown butter crust), it’s also a beautiful edible gift.