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Glazed Fruit Tartlets with Frangelico

Pudding filled tarts, you choose your favorite, Frangelico with vanilla pudding or chocolate. How about lemon pudding? Coconut rum? What's your favorite?
You can fill these with anything you like added to the pudding, or just by making a box of chocolate pudding then add Frangelico a few tablespoon will do, Chocolate Frangelico is the favorite here. Also another fabulous addition is coconut and rum to the vanilla pudding after its cooled. Top with fruits, or whipped cream or even meringue and chocolate, whatever you choose as your favorite. A great picnic dessert!
Tartlet Crust:
1 1/2 cups all purpose flour
1/2 cup salted butter softened
1/4 cup granulated white sugar
1 large egg, lightly beaten
crushed hazelnuts for the bottoms


Mix all together except for nuts to form a dough and refrigerate 30 minutes.

Put 1/4 teaspoon of crushed hazelnuts in greased tartlet mini pans or mini muffin cups. Add 1 tablespoon in mini tartlet pans .Shape to tin tartlet forms. Bake at 350 until edges start to brown. Cool, remove from tins on to wax paper.

When completely cool fill with desired flavored pudding, top with fruit then 1/2 cup of favorite jelly microwave 25 seconds and use glaze topping over fruit.
Frangelico Vanilla Pudding Recipe:
1 1/4 cups milk
3 large egg yolks
1/3 cup granulated white sugar
1/8 cup all-purpose flour
2 tablespoons cornstarch
1 tablespoon of Frangelico or Vanilla added last.

Blend dry ingredients in a bowl set aside. Add milk slowly beating till smooth whisk in yolks, cook till thickened add vanilla.

Cool, set aside until ready to fill tartlets.

22 comments:

  1. These fruit tartlets look so cute and pretty!

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  2. Frangelico tartlets with vanilla pudding or chocolate - all of them! What a beautiful creations :)

    Cheers,

    Gera

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  3. These look so cute and yummy! I love the colors too. Perfect party tartlets!

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  4. These are as pretty as they sound delicious! Excellent summertime dessert with all the fresh fruit.

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  5. This are so pretty I almost wouldn't want to eat them...almost :)

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  6. This are so pretty I almost wouldn't want to eat them...almost :)

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  7. Oh Claudia the tarlets are beautiful! I wish I could find time to try all of your desserts!

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  8. These are beautiful and I have been looking for a recipe just like this! Thanks for sharing. :)

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  9. Beautiful tartlets! I want to eat them all :)

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  10. How very pretty they are!! I want all the flavours of course! No need to ask ;)

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  11. How very pretty they are!! I want all the flavours of course! No need to ask ;)

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  12. These little tartlets look beautiful! I'll take one dozen of the chocolate frangelico... thank you. ;)

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  13. those little tarts are just darling - not sure if that pudding would make it on them though, sounds just delicious by itself...

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  14. these are too cute! they look sophisticated, but fun! perfect for a summer get together with all of the colors and options you have there. great post!

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  15. These are so adorable, I love them!

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  16. My girls would go gaga for these little treats.

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  17. Mmmmm, Frangelico! So beautiful, too! Nom nom nom!!!

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  18. I make tartlets everytime we book a cruise, as this is what is all over the ship everyday anytime, so I am now in cruise mode! lol thanks for all the great comments everyone~! I love to hear your thoughts thanks again!!!!

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  19. Sweet looking tartlets. You've got the same little tart tins that I've got.

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