Tarte recipe for smart, this post gives you an overview of how to prepare a sweet tarte.
In addition to the classic tarte with shortcrust pastry, this article also looks at other dough ideas such as puff pastry and biscuit dough.
I’ll give you an overview of the different fruits to make your selection easier. In the Tarte video you can see me making a fruit tart with a Christmas hat 🙂
Enjoy the tips from my kitchen, I wish you good luck baking it yourself!
- 1. Tarte classically
- 2. Tarte recipe simple and fast
- 3. Which fruit fit the tart?
- 3.1 Banana tart
- 3.2 Pineapple start
- 3.3 Apple tart
- 3.4 Pear tart
- 3.5 Plum tart or plum tart
- 3.6 Berry tart
- 3.7 Peach and apricot tart
- 3.8 Cherry tart
- 4. Tarte for christmas – easy christmas tart
- 5. Christmas Tarte Recipe Cooking Video
- 6. Recipe for simple, fast tart with different fruits, also christmas tarte
- 7. Calories (kcal) and nutritional values for the tart with fruits
1. Tarte classically
The Tarte is a cake from the French kitchen and is usually prepared from a shortcrust pastry. A good short pastry recipe (1-2-3 dough) consists of 300 g flour, 200 g cold butter, 100 g icing sugar, an egg. It is best to cut the butter into small pieces and process the dough quickly rather than kneading it. Lemon grated, vanilla and a pinch of salt can be added as flavours. The dough should rest in the refrigerator for at least one hour (wrapped in cling film) before final processing. Those who like it classic for the tart will change the recipe of the shortcrust pastry and make a more neutral dough: This consists of 300 g flour, 150 g butter, 80 g water, an egg and some salt.
2. Tarte recipe simple and fast
I like to use ready-made doughs such as puff pastry, strudel dough or short pastry. I just find it practical and it goes much faster. Industrially produced doughs are better than their reputation.
Puff pastry and shortcrust pastry are ideal doughs for the tart
The recipe presented here is really fast. It took me about 15 minutes of preparation to get the tart on the table. That’s what I call intelligent, fast food.
3. Which fruit fit the tart?
Depending on the season, the tartes can be topped with various fruits and fruit. Here are some suggestions:
3.1 Banana tart
Best to use mini bananas because the banana slices will be the right size for tartes with 10 cm diameter. The banana slices should be cut about 5 mm thick.
3.2 Pineapple start
Cut fresh pineapple or canned pineapple into fine strips and place on top.
3.3 Apple tart
The apple slices should be cut about 3 mm thick and laid on nicely.
3.4 Pear tart
Halve pears, remove seeds, peel as a rule, cut into slices and place on top.
3.5 Plum tart or plum tart
Cut the plums into 5 mm thick slices and place them on top.
3.6 Berry tart
The fresh berries should be drained. Raspberries, blueberries, blackberries and currants are well suited. Cranberries can be used fresh or also from the glass. I personally don’t use strawberries.
3.7 Peach and apricot tart
Halve washed and dried peaches and apricots and remove seeds. Cut into thin slices and place on top.
3.8 Cherry tart
Cut the cherries in half, pit them and place the flat side on the dough and marzipan.
4. Tarte for christmas – easy christmas tart
At Christmas time there is a pastry for preparing the tart. If you want to go especially fast, buy the cookie dough at the supermarket. Who would like to knead dough himself will find here a recommendable christmas cookies vanilla dough namend “Vanillekipferl” in Germany and Austria:
4.1 “Vanillekipferl” dough to take for christmas tarte recipe
200 g butter, cold, cut into small pieces
100 g almonds, grated
250 g flour
90 g icing sugar
2 sachets vanilla sugar
For turning or sprinkling the vanilla croissant:
6 tbsp icing sugar, sieved
2 sachets vanilla sugar
For the dough, quickly knead all ingredients, wrap in cling film and let rest in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes.
Cookie dough as a basis for the tart, it tastes delicious!
5. Christmas Tarte Recipe Cooking Video
This tart is a “last minute” dessert for Christmas and is very easy to make. Watch the video and try it out for yourself.
6. Recipe for simple, fast tart with different fruits, also christmas tarte
- 200 g puff pastry or Vanillekipferl dough article point 4-4.1
- 20 g Marzipan
- 1 EL Rum
- 1 tsp. Apricot jam
- 80 g plums or apples, cherries, pears, bananas, see article point 3-3.8
- 70 ml cream
- 20 g vanilla sugar
- 2 tsp. Beerenfrüchte
- 1 tsp. Icing sugar / powdered sugar
- 1 tsp. Pistachios chopped
- Preheat the oven to 240 degrees Celsius top/bottom heat.
- Roll out the puff pastry and cut out round circles about 12 cm in diameter. Proceed similarly with cookie dough.
- Line the dough circles on a baking tray with baking paper and prick lightly. Spread the marzipan paste thinly over the middle of the circles.
- Mix the rum with the jam and make available.
- Peel the apples and cut them into small, thin slices. Cover the dough circles with the apples in a fan shape. The tartes can also be topped with banana slices, plums or berries.
- Coat the topped tartes with the rum jam, then bake in a preheated oven until crispy.
- Lightly whip the cream with the vanilla sugar, arrange on the plate and decorate with the pureed berries.
- Arrange the tartes on the prepared plates, decorate with icing sugar and pistachios and serve quickly.