Sugared cranberry custard tart is perfect for your next holiday gathering! Bite size, adorable and perfectly sweet and tart.
You guys, this is the easiest recipe you’ll make this holiday season! Truly.
And these are so tasty, cute as a button and make a great presentation for any holiday party or gathering.
Sugared Cranberry Custard Tarts
I’m joining in with a bunch of my friends for a holiday themed tour and I’m so thrilled to be sharing a holiday themed recipe today!
Angie over at Postcards From The Ridge so graciously organized this fabulous tour so be sure to check out all the links at the bottom of this post so you can find even more holiday inspiration, baking and decor.
Now let’s talk sugared cranberry custard tarts. :)
Last week I shared a very important ingredient to these sugared cranberry custard tarts…..the sugared cranberries! ;)
They are also good for a cocktail or two. ;)
If you missed that recipe, you can find it right here >>> Sugared Cranberries
For this recipe, I simply bought and used ready made pie crusts. (the ones that come in the refrigerator section in a rectangular box)
I did roll the dough out to thin it somewhat. I could have actually thinned it a bit more actually.
Then I used a small biscuit cutter to cut out circles.
I smooshed them into the tiny cups on my huge mini muffin pan. (I just got this and love how many I can make at one time now!)
You can find the baking pan, here.
I baked the crust for about 5 minutes at 350.
Next I mixed up the ingredients for the custard and poured it into the tart shells with a spoon.
I filled them up about half full. They will rise some because of the eggs and you’ll want to leave room for whipped topping and the cranberry, of course!
Once they were cooled, I put some whipped topping (out of a can but you can also use home made) and topped each with one sugared cranberry.
They are just delicious!
The sugared cranberries add some nice flavor and a hint of tart.
The perfect accompaniment to the custard.
I wanted to mention that although I used ready made pie crust dough, you could also use home made.
OR you could even use sugar cookie dough. That would be amazing …. if a little sweet. ;)
Hope you’ll give these cranberry custard tarts a try this holiday season!
You might also like this holiday recipe:
Get the recipe here >>> Old Fashioned Gingerbread
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