Plums, whether deep purple or light green in colour, make fantastic tarts. Find delicious plum tart recipes here.
Simple to do, a quick tasty result! This plum tart is great with plums that are not ripe and apples that need to be used up. It looks great on the centre of the table. We were 4 but everybody took seconds!
Serve this fruity tart, with its soft, gooey topping, soon after it is baked so that the juices do not make the crust soggy.
A delicious traybake fruit tart. Sweetcrust pastry is topped with sliced plums, dotted with butter and sprinkled with cinnamon sugar before being baked. Enjoy with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.
Simplicity at its best. With just a few simple ingredients, you can make these tarts in mere minutes. They really let the plums shine. Serve with custard or vanilla ice cream.
This tart comes from my cousin Marie. I love plums - although you can make this recipe with other fruits, it's best with plums.
Some people call this a plum cake, some call it a plum tart. I'm not sure if this is a cake or a tart but it is simple and delicious! Serve with coffee or as a dessert with a spoonful of plain yogurt or vanilla ice cream. I'm sure it would work just as well with apples or pears.
This plum frangipane tart can be made with prunes, which you fry in butter to soften, if fresh plums aren't available.
This is a very easy recipe for a low fat fruit tart that you can also make with other combinations such as apples and pears. I used pears and plums simply because I happened to have them. Brushing the pastry with apple or quince jelly is a little trick so it won't get soggy especially if the fruit is juicy.
This deliciously fresh plum and raspberry frangipane tart is made with an almond and oat gluten free pastry.
This is the traditional plum tart recipe from the Alsace region of France. It is made with damson plums and a yeast pastry. You can make it either with a flan (as they do in the Haut-Rhin region), or with sugar and cinnamon (as they do in Bas-Rhin).