Cereal Crunch Tartlets
Easy to make and great tasting! Try are tartlet recipe with custard for an indulgent treat, or choose crème fraiche for a fresher way to enjoy.
- Preparation Time
- 5 min
- Cooking Time
- 80 min
- Skill Level
- Serving Size
|1||shallow muffin tray|
|6||shallow paper muffin cases|
|For the pastry|
|40 g||Cookie Crisp|
|70 g||Coco Shreddies|
|35 g||coconut oil (not melted)|
|1 tbsp||smooth peanut butter|
|For the filling|
|80 g||thick set custard or low fat crème fraiche|
|100 g||mixed berries|
- Place all the filling ingredients in a food processor and blend until finely ground.
- Put the muffin cases in the tray and divide the mixture equally between each one.
- Press the mixture firmly into the cases making sure it also goes up the sides.
- Leave the pastry to set in the fridge for at least an hour.
- When set, take the tart cases out of the paper and set them on a plate.
- Spoon about two teaspoons of custard or crème fraiche in each one followed by some of the berries, you may need to cut some of the strawberries if they are too big.
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