These fresh citrus tart recipes will dazzle your taste buds.
This orange and lemon tart combines the bright citrus flavor of lemon and orange in a crisp gingersnap crust. You can make
the orange and lemon tart up to 1 month ahead, so it’s perfect for a party. Just omit the whipped cream and garnish, and chill
as directed. Remove the metal rim of the tart pan; cover with plastic wrap, and freeze in a zip-top plastic freezer bag. Thaw
overnight in the refrigerator, and add the whipped cream and garnish up to 4 hours before serving.
Topping our tart are Florida-grown Ruby Red grapefruit and navel oranges and the brightest red grapefruit you can buy—the
Rio Star from Texas. You can make the dessert in either a rectangular or round tart pan.
Vanilla wafers make a simple crumb crust for the lemon-almond custard filling of these refreshing tarts. Sweet, fresh raspberries
top the custard and complete the flavor combination.
Mounds of creamy lemon filling will delight all who taste this tart. The filling is a luscious mixture of white chocolate,
cream cheese, lemon curd, and whipped cream. Plus, refrigerated piecrust makes for a super-easy tart shell. Drizzle Raspberry Sauce over the top, if you like.
These party-perfect bite-size treats are easy to put together with frozen pastry shells and a four-ingredient cream filling.
Mix and match flavors using lemon, orange, and strawberry curds. Garnish with fresh mint leaves.
These chilled, creamy pies are the dessert equivalent of a swimming hole--so refreshing you can't help but dive in.
Ambrosia Chess Tarts feature the classic flavors of ambrosia presented in individual-sized tarts.
Serve these individual tarts on a pretty platter at your next gathering for a crowd-pleasing treat.