Mini Key Lime Tarts with Macerated Strawberries

May 12, 2017

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mini key lime tart recipe with strawberries- dessert idea for a spring party

You know when you find a person on Instagram that you just obsess over? Basically, you want to be real life bffs with them and you borderline stalk all their posts? That’s how I’ve been with Sabrina. I found her Instagram feed a few months ago and would just drool over her yummy food photos and wish that I could go to cute coffee shops with her in her hometown of Toronto. Turns out this girl is an incredibly talented baker and she has a blog to go along with her picture-perfect Instagram feed. It doesn’t hurt that’s she’s also sweet as can be!

I asked Sabrina if she would be interested in sharing a recipe with you all, and I’m so honored she said yes! She made these Mini Key Lime Tarts with Macerated Strawberries and they look so delicious! Wouldn’t they be perfect for a Mother’s Day brunch? I absolutely love the tart flavor of key lime combined with sweet strawberries and cream. Plus, the flaky crust just seals the deal!

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the best dessert to make for mother's day: Mini Key Lime Tarts with Macerated Strawberries

Mini Key Lime Tarts with Macerated Strawberries

Yield six mini tarts or one 8 inch pie

Pie Crust

1 stick unsalted butter, melted

1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs

1/3 cup shredded coconut, sweetened

Pinch of salt

Key Lime Curd

2 cans condensed milk

4 large egg yolks

1 cup (1/2 cup fresh lime juice + 1/2 cup fresh lemon juice)

Preheat oven to 375F.

In a medium bowl, combine the graham crumbs, shredded coconut, and salt. Mix in the melted butter with a fork. Spoon the mixture into each tart pan and firmly push the graham mixture into the bottom and up the sides. Repeat for all pans. (Do the same if you’re making a large pie)

Place the tarts on a baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes.

In a large bowl, mix together the egg yolks, condensed milk and both juices. Whisk until fully combined.

Remove the tarts from the pan, if any of the crust bubbles up, flatten with the back of a spoon. Portion out the key lime mixture into each tart pan, fill to about half a centimetre from the edge of the crust.

Place the tarts back into the oven for 10-12 minutes until the tops set. You don’t want any browning on the curd.

Let the tarts cool completely on a cooling rack and refrigerate for at least 2 hours.

Macerated Strawberries

2 cups strawberries, quartered

1/4 cup granulated sugar

Zest and juice of 1 lime

Quarter the strawberries, place it in a bowl and sprinkle the sugar over the top. Add the lime zest and juice. Toss and set aside for 10 minutes. The lime and sugar will get syrupy and break down the strawberries a bit.

Serve the key lime tarts with whipped cream, the macerated strawberries and garnish with fresh lime zest.

mini key lime tart recipe - so delicious and perfect for mother's day!


Thanks so much to Sabrina for sharing this post with us!!

xox

Sabrina is a self-taught baker and created My Miaou, her food and lifestyle blog based in downtown Toronto, Canada. It’s a place where she shares her favorite recipes and all the things that inspire her including food, city life, decor and more.

She could easily spend her days in the kitchen whipping up cakes, tarts, and cookies. When she’s not baking, you can usually find her cafe hopping around the city with friends or enjoying the flakiest croissant.

  • Natali

    Thank you Sabrina and Mara for this lovely recipe and beautiful photos!
    Since I love to bake, I will def. find some time to test this sweet recipe!

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    • yay! I’m so happy you liked this Natali!! Please let us know what you think when you make it 🙂

  • Michelle Joseph

    Oh my goodness, that looks so delicious. If only there were a dairy-free version. I miss out on so many delicious foods. 🙁

    Mich x

    • aw I’m sorry Mich! I’ll experiment with some dairy free desserts for you 🙂

      • Michelle Joseph

        Ahh that would be lovely 😊

  • Rach

    Oh my they look delicious! I definitely want to try this out!

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    • Don’t they look absolutely perfect?! So glad Sabrina shared this with us!

  • Christa Sagmoe

    They look absolutely divine! Perfect dessert for Mothers Day. ~ Christa

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    • I think so too! Thanks Christa! So glad you enjoyed this post!

  • Sandra Manley

    This looks perfect and easy! YUM 🙂

    • isn’t that the best combo? 😉 Glad you liked this Sandra!!

  • Oh, these look heavenly, Mara!!! Sabrina is so talented! Thanks for sharing her with us! Happy weekend, xo!

    She Sweats Diamonds

    • yay Huong! Thanks so much! Sabrina is amazing. So sweet and talented!

  • Mara!! I am SO happy that you love the Key Lime Tarts! Thank you again for sharing my recipe, I had so much fun creating it for you and everyone you’ve shared it with. Hopefully I’ll get to bake for you one day!!!

    xx
    Sabrina
    mymiaou.com

    • yay! Thank you so much Sabrina!! I hope we get to have a big food party one day 😉 I need to come visit!!

  • Yay!! I’m so excited to see Sabrina’s recipe featured here. She’s one of my blogging friends from Toronto and such a talented lady!

    Jackie
    Something About That

    • aw she is so talented!! I’m so glad Sabrina could share this!!

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  • Those look amazing! Perfect light dessert for the hot weather coming up! xx

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