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Frozen Berry Tart Recipe

Frozen Berry Tart Recipe

FROZEN BERRY TART

This frozen berry tart recipe is so easy & it makes a refreshing treat for a hot summer day!

My mind has been on fruits in season lately. I am feeling creative today! So I decided to use the nuts leftover from Christmas in a frozen berry tart! 

Perfect for these hot summer days. Hopefully this recipe will inspire you to make your own frozen Berry tart.

Let  me quickly guide you through the process.

Today, I have used both Strawberries and Blackberries because they are in season at the moment. 

 

Can you use frozen berries for this recipe? 

Of course you can! In this recipe, we are using fresh berries — they taste great and are cheaper if they are in season.

Also, I have used a nice Greek extra creamy lightly sweetened yogurt from the supermarket.

The beauty with this recipe is that you can exchange the ingredients to suit special dietary needs, like vegans for example. Just change the yogurt to a vegan variety and the Marie biscuits to maybe some digestive biscuits, as some varieties of digestives are vegan.

Do you need any special equipment for this Frozen Berry tart recipe?

You will need some tart molds, and a blender or thermomix.

You can also use mortar and pestle instead of a blender.

 

Ingredients you need for Frozen Berry tart recipe

1 kg Greek extra creamy slightly sweetened yogurt

1 punnet Blackberries

1/2 punnet Strawberries

12 Marie biscuits

100 gm Hazelnuts

1 tablespoon Pistachio nuts

1 tablespoon Walnuts

2 tablespoons Shredded coconut

1 teaspoon Vanilla essence

2 tablespoons Caster sugar

120 gm melted butter

Ingredients for Frozen berry tarts recipe

Instructions | Frozen Berry tart recipe

 
Step 1

In a pot, melt the butter on low heat till it is completely melted but not burnt. The butter should have a golden colour.

Step 2

Take a blender/Thermomix and add the Marie biscuits, hazelnuts, and coconut till it assembles into semi-fine sand. If you haven’t got a blender or thermomix, you can also use a pestle and mortar or a chopping board and a large knife and crush or chop the ingredients till you are happy with its consistency. 

Step 3

In a bowl, add the Marie biscuit mix that you made in step 2, and the melted butter. Mix well till it has the consistency of wet sand.

Step 4

Take your tart molds. Line each mold with the crushed Marie biscuit butter mix and pack it down tightly. This is important to make a good crust.

Cooking tip: Put the molds with the biscuit crush in the freezer for 10 minutes to harden the mixture up.

Step 5

In a bowl, add yogurt and vanilla essence and mix well. Then divide the yogurt into two bowls & set them aside.

Step 6

Put two pots on the stove: add the strawberries in one pot and the blackberries in the other. Make sure you leave a few of each berries for decoration.

Add a tablespoon of caster sugar and a splash of water. Cook each pot for a few minutes on medium heat till the berries have softened. Then, set aside and cool for a few minutes.

Step 7

Mash up each berry content separately, either with a potato masher or in a blender into something like a fruit sauce. Pour some of this mixture into the respective yogurt bowl creating a ripple effect of your choice in each bowl. 

Step 8

Spoon each content into each tart mold and freeze for up to 8 hours. Depending on the coldness of your freezer the time may vary.

Step 9

About 30 minutes before serving the dessert, take the tart molds out, carefully take each tart out and put onto a serving plate. Decorate each tart with the walnuts, pistachio nuts, black berries and strawberries.

Frozen Berry tarts recipe ready

Serve and enjoy!

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Frozen Berry Tart

February 12, 2021
: 4
: 20 min
: 8 hr 20 min
: Easy

Frozen berry tarts - A refreshing treat for hot days!

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Ingredients
  • 1 kg Greek extra creamy slightly sweetened yogurt
  • 1 punnet Blackberries
  • 1/2 punnet Strawberries
  • 12 Marie biscuits
  • 100 gm Hazelnuts
  • 1 tablespoon Pistachio nuts
  • 1 tablespoon Walnuts
  • 2 tablespoons Shredded coconut
  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla essence
  • 2 tablespoons Caster sugar
  • 120 gm melted butter
Directions
  • Step 1 In a pot, melt the butter on low heat till it is completely melted but not burnt. The butter should have a golden colour.
  • Step 2 Take a blender/Thermomix and add the Marie biscuits, hazelnuts, and coconut till it assembles into semi-fine sand. If you haven’t got a blender or thermomix, you can also use a pestle and mortar or a chopping board and a large knife and crush or chop the ingredients till you are happy with its consistency.
  • Step 3 In a bowl, add the Marie biscuit mix that you made in step 2, and the melted butter. Mix well till it has the consistency of wet sand.
  • Step 4 Take your tart molds. Line each mold with the crushed Marie biscuit butter mix and pack it down tightly. This is important to make a good crust. Put the molds with the biscuit crush in the freezer for 10 minutes to harden the mixture up.
  • Step 5 In a bowl, add yogurt and vanilla essence and mix well. Then divide the yogurt into two bowls & set them aside.
  • Step 6 Put two pots on the stove: add the strawberries in one pot and the blackberries in the other. Make sure you leave a few of each berries for decoration. Add a tablespoon of caster sugar and a splash of water. Cook each pot for a few minutes on medium heat till the berries have softened. Then, set aside and cool for a few minutes.
  • Step 7 Mash up each berry content separately, either with a potato masher or in a blender into something like a fruit sauce. Pour some of this mixture into the respective yogurt bowl creating a ripple effect of your choice in each bowl.
  • Step 8 Spoon each content into each tart mold and freeze for up to 8 hours. Depending on the coldness of your freezer the time may vary.
  • Step 9 About 30 minutes before serving the dessert, take the tart molds out, carefully take each tart out and put onto a serving plate. Decorate each tart with the walnuts, pistachio nuts, black berries and strawberries. Serve and enjoy!

 

 

How did your Frozen berry tarts turn out to be? How did you find the recipe? 

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