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Mini Fruit Tart with Greek Yogurt

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A simple dessert using ingredients you already have at home, these mini fruit tarts are a delicious perfectly sized treat.

Mini fruit tarts with greek yogurt and graham cracker crust. Simple recipe with just a few ingredients.

Watch how easy these are to make then read on for all the full recipe and all the details.

I have a sweet tooth, I truly love any and all sweets.  I also have a love for simple recipes and this one couldn’t be much easier.  I used a basic graham cracker crust formed into mini tart cups and topped them with yogurt and fruit.  I used a tried and true recipe from Crazy for Crust, she not only provides a recipe but lots of tips for getting a delicious crust every time.

I am all for simplicity in a recipe so I chose coconut greek yogurt for these mini fruit tarts.  You can use any flavor greek yogurt to compliment the fruit on top off the tart.  No need to mix up a filling, just open a container of your favorite yogurt. 

Mini fruit tarts with greek yogurt and graham cracker crust

These mini fruit tarts are the right size for dessert and offer the perfect blend of sweet and crunchy.  My whole family loved these and I plan to make them for an upcoming party.  

Mini Fruit Tarts with Greek Yogurt


Make the crust according to the recipe.  Press the crumbs into a greased muffin pan pressing firmly with your fingers into the bottom and halfway up the sides.  Chill for at least 1 hour.

To remove the cups from the tin, gently loosen them with a knife.  Spoon the yogurt into the graham cracker cup and top with cut strawberries or any fruit you choose.

Mini fruit tarts with greek yogurt and graham cracker crust

A delightfully simple recipe for mini fruit cups that can be customized to suit your needs.

How would you fill your mini fruit tarts?

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[…] paper cups and everyone has their own.  Set up a few snacks like fruit kabobs, mini fruit tarts, pretzels and chips for easy on the go snacking. […]

Michelle from Weekend Craft

Saturday 22nd of April 2017

So simple yet so delish. Love it Pinning.


Friday 21st of April 2017

Oh Yum and Yum! I'm going to have to make this recipe indeed! I love everything about it!


Friday 21st of April 2017

Beautiful post, Sarah. I popped over from to Stumble and stayed a while to enjoy! Have you seen the show The Great British Baking Show? It's ameteur bakers competing You should be on it! XO Susie from The Chelsea Project


Friday 21st of April 2017

You are too kind Susie, my daughter and I are in love with that show!


Thursday 20th of April 2017

Sarah! No fair! I am desperately trying to stay away from sweets for a period of time and these look so deliciously simple...I love everything about them.

I'm going to pin it for when I finish this diet...or for one of my cheat days!

Thanks, Lynn


Friday 21st of April 2017

Now that's a good plan Lynn, sorry to tempt you :)

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