40 Tasty Tart Recipes For Breakfast, Dinner, & Dessert

Don’t miss out on these amazing tart recipes – each on is perfectly crafted for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Take a look below for plump fruit tarts, creamy chocolate tarts, and savory dinner tarts. Enjoy these 40 tasty tart recipes…

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1. Rustic Apple Tart

Rustic Apple Tart – the best and easiest apple tart recipe ever with buttery and the flakiest crust and sweet apple filling. A must-bake!

From: RasaMalaysia

2. Perfect Lemon Tart

A traditional French-style lemon tart with creamy, dreamy lemon curd filling, that tastes just like the ones in Paris. It’s my mom’s recipe and has been a favorite in my family for years.

From: PrettySimpleSweet

3. Spinach Tarts

These tarts are a delicious way to load up on your greens and a lot of protein to boot. This simple, and simply delicious recipe dates back three generations of the Mary Fitzgerald family of Wexford, Ireland. While baking green cupcakes or whiskey laced desserts may be the more popular way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, I don’t think they could be any more delicious than a naturally green tart seasoned with freshly grated Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese and a crisp fresh onion.

From: SavingDessert

4. French Apricot Tart

If you have ever wanted to learn how to make a French tart, you are in the right place.  Here are step-by-step instructions on how to make an apricot French tart including how to make tart dough.  You CAN make this!  This recipe is easy, simple and authentic.

From: FusionCraftiness

5. Apple Tart with Cheesy Vanilla Custard

For a simple treat, this apple tart is perfect with its tender-crisp apple slices layered over a bed of a creamy and cheesy vanilla custard. The crust is light, buttery and flaky and overall, the combination of all these beautiful elements adds a nice little indulgence to your day.

From: WomanScribbles

6. Reeses Chocolate Peanut Butter Tart

This Reese’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Tart is so delicious! It’s made with ganache, so it’s super smooth. It might also be one of the easiest things I’ve ever made. Boy do I love a good no bake dessert!

From: LifeLoveAndSugar

7. Strawberry, Peppermint, & Pink Pepper Tart

I recognize that I enjoy very much doing this type of cakes with fruits, in fact almost always I am thinking of possible combinations with fruits, aromatic herbs, spices … Not only because they are very tasty, but also because I love the whole process of creation. Starting from the moment I decide what fruit to use until the last when I find myself decorating it before photographing it. This strawberry, peppermint, and pink pepper tart was thought for this time of year in which we can enjoy the strawberries at their best.

From: BakeStreet

8. Salted Caramel Apple Tart

This Caramel Apple Pecan Tart is warmly spiced and begging for a scoop of ice cream. It’s my belly’s preferred method of welcoming October.

From: NeighborFoodBlog

9. Creamy Lemon Tart

This Lemon Tart is the perfect balance of sweet and tart! With the addition of the sweetened condensed milk, it’s even a little creamy. It’s the perfect dessert for a lemon lover!

From: LifeLoveAndSugar

10. Mini Meyer Lemon Shortbread Tarts

Sweet and tangy Mini Meyer Lemon Tarts with buttery shortbread crusts are easy and delicious spring and summer desserts!

From: LivelyTable

11. No-Bake Strawberry Chocolate Tart

This No bake strawberry chocolate tart is absolutely AMAZING. It is the easiest recipe you can get for such a decadent chocolaty dessert. It takes no more than 15 minutes to put together. It’s that easy.

From: HomeCookingAdventure

12. Chocolate Ganache Tarts

With an all-butter crust and an incredibly decadent chocolate filling – these Chocolate Ganache Tarts are sure to grab your attention!

From: BakerByNature

13. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Tart

A thick layer of chocolate chip cookie dough — made with cream instead of eggs — is sandwiched between a delicious chocolate shortbread crust and dark chocolate ganache in this Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Tart.

From: FlourArrangements

14. Rhubarb Tart Recipe

Jaws will drop when you serve your guests this gorgeous rhubarb dessert!  Thin slices of tart, seasonal rhubarb top a sweet almond frangipane filling, nestled into a buttery shortbread crust.  It’s as delicious as it is beautiful!

From: BakingAMoment

15. Tomato Tart Recipe

One of the first things that I think of when it comes to summer cooking is my favorite TOMATO!

I think I’ve said this before, but I LOVE tomatoes!

From: WhipperBerry

16. Strawberry Matcha Tart

Whip chilled mint cream with powdered sugar to taste and garnish with fresh strawberries and fresh mint leaves.

From: ValrjonaChocolate

17. Homemade Almond Tart

Here 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.

From: CookingWithManuela

18. Sweet Potato & Feta Tart

Sweet Potato and Feta Tart, with its hidden layer of caramelized onion, is the perfect vegetarian dish for an easy lunch or a light dinner.

From: TheCooksPyjamas

19. Italian Almond Tart

Almond paste is a mixture of finely ground blanched almonds, sugar and water that has been cooked until smooth. During the grinding process, the almonds release oils that enhance the aroma and flavor of the paste.

From: WilliamsSonoma

20. Pear & Almond Tart

Instructions for poaching fresh pears are included, but if you want to save time, do what Paule and other French women in a hurry do — use canned pear halves. Just drain the canned pears, dry them very well, and carry on.

From: Epicurious

21. Mini Fruit Tarts Recipe

One of the very best parts of spring is all of the fresh fruit, and this easy Mini Fruit Tart recipe is one of the very best ways to enjoy it. This delicious, easy recipe pairs the pop of fresh, mouthwatering berries inside the yummy crisp sugar cookie dough crust, all along with the creamy tart filling. These mini tarts are a natural addition to any brunch or breakfast, and you can make 2 dozen at a time when you use the Wilton Mega Mini Muffin pan.

From: Wilton

22. Asparagus, Bacon, & Cheese Tart

I’m not so practical like that, but this tart is super easy and honestly just took 10 minutes to prep and 20 to bake. Plus there is bacon on it and I know how much new moms love bacon, and cheese and puff pastry. This tart is simple enough to whip up as a quick appetizer, so if you are hosting a baby or wedding shower this summer, I’ve got you covered. Here we go!

From: SweetSugarBean

23. Tomato, Basil, & Fresh Mozzarella Tart

Each summer when I see the first little cartons of miniature tomatoes in shades of yellow, orange, purple and red I tend to lose all sense of self-control. I bought several (well, more than several!) cartons a few weeks ago and piled them up in a bowl on the counter. Each time I walked through the kitchen, I felt like they were calling my name, prodding me on to make something wonderful. This Tomato Basil Fresh Mozzarella Tart was one of the inspirations that came from that pretty bowl of multi-colored tomatoes.

From: TheCafeSucreFarine

24. Mushroom Tart Recipe

If you have made the mushroom ragoût, this tart is quickly assembled. You need about 2 cups of the ragoût for the filling.

From: CookingNYTimes

25. Savory Italian Tart

This quiche-like Savory Italian Tart is filled with Italian sausage, tomatoes, eggs and cheese, all on top of a puff pastry crust. Perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner!

From: TasteAndTellBlog

26. Bittersweet Salted Caramel Chocolate Tart

One of my (many) favorite desserts was a version of this tart. It was lacking what I think to be the best ingredient: homemade salted caramel sauce. If you’re like me and you love the combo of dark chocolate and caramel- you’ve got to make one of these babies ASAP!

From: LifeMadeSimpleBakes

27. Dark Berries Tart with Basil

The dark berry basil tart landed a few times on our cake plates this summer. It is a perfect dessert for hot days since the oven remains cold for this tart. Summer cake that must not be baked, but coming cooled from the refrigerator, is our favorite. If it’s loaded with a bunch of berries, nothing can stop us. Red basil adds a delicious flavor to the berry tart and matches its color. It is slightly mintier than the standard Genovese basil, and the leaves and blossoms are very decorative.

From: KrautKopf

28. Raspberry Curd Tart

Though 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.

From: TuttiDolci

29. Snickers Caramel Tart

I wanted to follow up from Monday’s complete sprinkle loaded magical sugar bomb with a sweet, salty, sultry little number. Today we’re combining a toasty peanut crust with a caramel nut filling and peanut butter milk chocolate topping. Finishing it off with chopped Snickers and salty peanut crumbs. I made this the other weekend on our trip up in the mountains and retested it this past Monday, just to make sure it was totally worth your while. The verdict? YES. Very much worth everyone’s while.

From: SallysBakingAddiction

30. Spinach & Onion Tart

A delicious recipe, but you will have to create an account with NYTimes in order to view it!

From: CookingNYTimes

31. Ricotta & Berry Tart

Brighten up your day with this amazing tart made with sun-kissed ripe berries, delicate and rich ricotta cheese, over a buttery and crumbly crust

From: CookingWithManuela

32. Mango Tart Recipe

If you’re from North County San Diego, you’ve likely had the Mango Tart from Pasta Pronto (now Urban Pi) in Del Mar. That tart is soooo goooood, with the juiciest mangos you can imagine, a wonderfully light creamy filling, and a crunchy delicious crust. I needed to replicate it, and with this tart, I’ve done just that – but made it a bit healthier.

From: Bakerita

33. Apple Rose Tarts

Sweet apples with a zing of lemon in a french cookie shell make for a captivating treat. These mini tarts are not difficult to make but the technique really makes a great impression and the taste is amazing…

From: PreppyKitchen

34. Mixed Berry Vanilla Bean Cream Tarts

I seriously can’t get enough of these. And my husband even said, “Damn babe, these are awesome.” Which is a big deal. He tries not to stroke my only child ego unless I REALLY deserve it. So make this because my husband says so.

From: PaleOMG

35. Onion, Bacon, & Spinach Tart

Amazing for breakfast or lunch!

From: FamilyCircle

36. Cannoli Tart Recipe

This Cannoli Tart has all the great flavor of a cannoli wrapped into one easy-to-make tart! With a touch of cinnamon and mini chocolate chips, it’s got all the things I love most about cannolis.

From: LifeLoveAndSugar

37. Bailey’s Chocolate Caramel Tarts

These Baileys Chocolate Caramel Tarts are outrageously good! With their buttery tart shells, Baileys salted caramel filling, and glossy chocolate topping, these mini tarts are delicious, gorgeous, and great for St. Patrick’s Day or any time of year!

From: SugarHero

38. Cheesecake Tart with Fresh Raspberries

Creamy cheesecake with an all butter flaky pie crust topped off with fresh raspberries and a dusting of sugar. A must make dessert.

From: BakedByRachel

39. Lemon Berry Mascarpone Tart

A Lemon Berry Mascarpone Tart is a simple, delicious way to show off all the season’s best berries. A creamy mascarpone filling, a hint of fresh lemon, and four kinds of berries, all on top of a sweet shortbread crust!

From: MyBakingAddiction

40. Classic Fruit Tart with Lemon Curd

One 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!

From: TatyanasEverydayFood

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