Luscious red strawberry pies and tarts are a must every summer when local, juicy strawberries are in season. Find all the recipes you need here!
Sliced strawberries are coated with a strawberry jam glaze, arranged on a digestive biscuit base, chilled and served with whipped cream. A lovely summer barbecue or picnic dessert that children simply adore.
This recipe makes 12 individual tarts - but you will need to either buy or make the pastry shells first. Top with whipped cream or custard for a heavenly summer dessert!
A pastry case, a good custard, some beautiful strawberries ... and voila! A delicious tart, easy and quick to do. And if you want to save even more time, use a shop-bought pastry case and custard powder!
This is a simple, yet very tasty and mouth watering dessert made with my favourite fruit, strawberries!
I love this French-style tart which has a creme patissiere or custard cream filling. It's topped with fresh strawberries and glazed with apricot jam. I think it tastes best at room temperature or chilled. To save time, use ready rolled shortcrust pastry.
Fresh strawberries are arranged in a shopbought pastry case, then covered with a fresh strawberry and Grand Marnier glaze. Absolutely easy and delicious! Serve with whipped cream.
This is an easy to make fruit tart that works well with strawberries, or just about any other berry. Blackberries, raspberries, blueberries and preserved cherries are all quite nice!
Impress your family and friends with this tempting baked cheesecake tart, piled high with vitamin C-rich strawberries and kiwi fruit. Unlike many cheesecakes that are high in fat and calories, this recipe uses a lower fat soft cheese for the filling and a crushed amaretti biscuit base made without butter.
Glazed strawberries in miniature puff pastry rounds, topped with a kiwi fruit sauce and whipped cream. This is so easy to prepare, yet makes a beautiful presentation.
This strawberry tart is simply the best precisely because it is so simple! With luscious, ruby red, ripe strawberries, you don't need to fuss. Homemade is the way to go for best results, but in a pinch a shop-bought pastry case and custard will still work a treat.