Delicious Past…


A tart is a baked pastry based filled with either sweet or savory filling. It is left with an open top to display what sort of tart it is. You can make some really beautiful tart pastries with a little time and effort. Plus, they will taste great and amaze all your family and friends with what you are able to do. Tart pastry is buttery and a bit thicker than pie crust. I love to eat it on its own! I love to fill a tart with french lemon cream or roasted tomatoes and basil in a cheese and egg filling.

French Lemon Cream Tart


Does France really have the best desserts? I don’t know but this is literally the best thing I have ever eaten in my life. Like Seriously, For Reals. Absolutely Delicious. I can’t get over it! Not only is it a pretty easy recipe to follow but it is so fancy!  Of course, I am a total lemon lover and I could eat pastry crust by itself. So imagine combining the both…no words, no words.

I am submitting this delicious dessert to this month’s event “D for Desserts”. It is being hosted by Suvidha’s Kitchen. I am always ready to cook up anything sweet so this challenge was fun and turned out delicious! I can’t wait to see what everyone else will come up with. I always welcome new Lemon Recipes! I definitely plan on baking this up again.

Delicious Rating: All I can say is that if you don’t cook this Lemon Cream Tart your life may never be complete. That is all I can say.



Roasted Tomato & Basil Tart


Savory tarts are an all in one meal. Eggs, milk, and cheese come together in a flaky crust to create a delicious meal served warm or at room temperature.  You can customize them to be perfect for breakfast, brunch, and dinner. This Tart recipe combines two ingredients that were meant for each other: Tomatoes & Basil. What could possibly go wrong with this?

Delicious Rating: I rated this for a  master chef just because of the crust. Homemade crust takes time to perfect although it can be a simple thing for most people. The tart smells delicious while baking but the taste didn’t take a stand when served. It was just Okay, not delicious. I don’t think I will cook this particular not so easy recipe again. But if this seems like something you may enjoy please cook it and let me know what you thought!

This recipe is from “The Good Housekeeping Step-by-Step Cookbook”, a gift from my Father. I have had this recipe bookmarked for awhile and decided to cook it up for “Bookmarked Recipes”, a great event hosted by Jacqueline from Tinned Tomatoes and Ruth’s Kitchen Experiments as the Challenge founder!



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