Simple and delicious jam tarts are a lovely way to use your favourite preserves. Find heaps of jam tart recipes here!
These are so simple to make that my 3 year old daughter can do most of the work. Make sure not to roll the pastry too thin, and don't put too much jam in.
Despite the name - Pasta flora - this is not a pasta dish! Pasta flora is actually a well loved Greek jam tart, made with whatever jam you fancy. Greeks aren't big on breakfast, but a slice of this is a favourite mid-morning. Instead of the vanilla, you can use brandy for an authentic Greek touch. Jams that work well for pasta flora? Try apricot, plum, strawberry or fig for starters!
Using warmly spiced, zesty pastry for this yummy tart transforms an old favourite into a modern treat.
Very simple but delicious. Look as good as they taste. Never have jam spillages or burnt jam again! Perfect jam tarts every time, easy. Substitute ingredients for vegan diets as needed.
This jam tart can be made with all kinds of fruit preserves and jams. The liqueur should complement the fruit choice, for example - maraschino liqueur for cherry preserves, limoncello for lemon curd, Chambord for raspberry jam, Grand Marnier for orange marmalade.
Know someone who loves marmalade? Instead of jam tarts, why not try making these cute heart-shaped marmalade tarts! The pastry is dairy free but you would never guess.
This recipe for an authentic Austrian Linzer torte is from my mother who grew up in Linz and still lives there. She always bakes the torte 3 days ahead because it develops its real flavour over a few days.
These are super easy jam tarts. You need just three ingredients, that's it! Use your favourite jam, or even a variety of jams in the same batch.
These morsels will make your taste buds sing. Buttery shortcrust pastry encases a delicious strawberry jam filling. If you're stretched for time, use ready-made pastry.
These lovely gooseberry tarts make the most out of this understated seasonal fruit. Serve with vanilla custard or some thick cream.