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Check out this silky custard tart with vanilla and smoked butter caramel, from chef Chase Lovecky of Two Lights in East London. If you can’t find smoked butter, use normal butter instead and finish it with smoked salt, which is readily available.
Check out our almond galettes with whole black cherries and cherry jam. These mini tarts are made easy with ready-made puff pastry and a simple homemade almond frangipane.
Check out this creamy chocolate tart recipe with juicy bananas, salted caramel and old school butterscotch Angel Delight. Impress your friends and family with this super indulgent dessert.
Check out this impressive looking caramel tart from Edd Kimber. This decadent dessert recipe with nuts, chocolate ganache and coffee, is the perfect way to finish a sophisticated dinner party.
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olive magazine deputy editor Lulu’s best one yet. This simple recipe for the classic treacle tart is perfect for Sunday lunch with family and friends.
Our cherry bakewell tart is an exceedingly good tart – serve with a cup of builder’s tea for a proper English teatime treat.
Add a bit of a kick to your lemon dessert with our smooth and zingy limoncello tart, encased in buttery homemade pastry. Make this impressive pudding for a light yet seriously moreish dinner party dessert.
Our brown butter frangipane tart is a super impressive dessert to serve to a group of friends, or freeze for later.
Check out this easy twist on the classic British bakewell tart. Pistachios add a vivid green colour and richness to the traditional almond filling. Chilling the tart before baking helps set the shape so don’t skip that step.
This pineapple tart makes for an easy but impressive pudding. It’s best to buy a peeled whole section of pineapple for this recipe. It’s at its best around February time.
If you love egg custard tarts then you’ll love Edd Kimber’s Christmas inspired eggnog custard tart. Why not impress your guests with this dessert recipe, it may take a little time to make, but it’s definitely worth it.
Fruit, pastry and chocolate: always a good combo. This tart, with chocolate frangipane and pear quarters is sprinkled with flaked almonds for a luxury dessert.
Try our perfect lemon tart, decorated with candied lemon. Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream to cut through the tartness.
Banana and toffee is a classic flavour combination. Try it in this impressive-looking, delicious, sticky tart and serve it with a decadent toffee cream for extra indulgence.
What’s better than a brownie? A chocolate brownie-filled tart with a crisp pecan topping. This rich dessert is easily made ahead if you are entertaining. Serve with creme fraiche or ice-cream.
This is a modern twist on a British favourite made using rhubarb. It’s easy to make but looks impressive. Rhubarb is in season from February until May.
Add a Caribbean twist to your baking with pineapple, coconut and rum flavours of piña colada. Use ready-baked tarts if you want to make this dessert even easier.
Caramelised apples wrapped in puff pastry makes the best tart Tatins. These individual ones are designed to be easy but impressive enough for a dinner party. The cider-caramel sauce is a delicious finishing touch.
This delicious raspberry and pistachio linzer tart takes a while but it is well worth the effort. It looks fantastic and is the perfect jammy treat to go alongside a cup of tea.
Some puddings are worth spending time making. This classic rich chocolate tart with homemade boozy Baileys ice-cream makes a special dinner party dessert or a lovely pudding for a family gathering.
This tart is an easy treat for teatime and even pudding if there’s any left. Plums stay naturally juicy and sweet when cooked, and give a lovely tang against the almonds.
A delicious recipe for a chocolate tart. Readymade pastry makes this easy, but it’s still special enough to serve friends and family. Cherries and white chocolate are a surprisingly good combo.