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Berry Tartlets
  • Prep Time 30 min
  • Total Time 1 hr 30 min
  • Servings 12
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Berry Tartlets

The perfect solution to your next "pie emergency" . . . tiny berry tartlets come together in a snap with pre-made pastry and a little ingenuity!


cups mixed berries
cup white sugar
tbsp cornstarch
packages Pillsbury™ Refrigerated Pie Crusts (refrigerated, 4 rounds of piecrust total)
tbsp butter (if desired)
Powdered sugar for dusting (if desired)


  • 1 Pick through berries to ensure all stems and leaves are removed.
  • 2 Combine the sugar and cornstarch in a large mixing bowl.
  • 3 Add the berries, and fold gently to coat evenly. Set aside while preparing the piecrust.
  • 4 Preheat oven to 425°F. Unfold the piecrust and cut out 5 inch rounds.
  • 5 Place piecrust circles on a nonstick cookie sheet. Spoon about 1/4 cup (heaping) of the berry mixture in the center of each, and fold up the edges in a rustic fashion, being sure to tightly pinch the edges (otherwise your tartlets could unfold!). Dot each tartlet with butter if desired.
  • 6 Bake for 20-25 minutes, until the tartlet crusts are golden brown and the filling is bubbling.
  • 7 Immediately before serving, dust with confectioners sugar, if desired.
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A Berry Tart to ♥

As prepared by Michelle P,

Even though I am not a pie baker, by any stretch of the imagination, nothing is easier to make for a quick party dessert than a little Berry Tartlet.

This was a different kind of party than I usually write about.  It was a Hay party!  Hey, what, you ask?  What exactly is a Hay party?  Well, it involves friends and . . . hay - you know, the dried grassy stuff horses eat.  I should explain.

berry tarlets pillsbury pie crust

I recently spent the weekend with my sister. My sister lives on a scenic ranchette, a hobby farm – on the Martha Stewart-ish end of the spectrum - rolling green pastures, white picket fences, apple trees, and wildflowers.  Amy has a greyhound, a herd of cute roaming kitty cats, and not one, not two, but three horses (albeit one is a pony who acts as a BFF for her temperamental dressage horse!).

Well, Saturday is always a work day at the ranchette.  The Saturday of my visit, a friend and her father were dropping off their annual (e.g. large) truckload of alfalfa hay.  A crew of workers was there to greet them, and stack the hay in the barn for the winter.

Hayfever waylayed me, and I was stuck indoors.  Left to my own devices, I begin poking around in the cupboards for something to feed the hungry crew.  Given the inimitable American invoked by the hay unloading endeavor, my thoughts turned to pie. With Pillsbury Ready-Made Pie Crusts in hand, a Berry Tartlet was clearly the perfect treat! Mixed berries, powdered sugar and pie crust? Seriously, what's not to love?

berry tartlet berry and sugar filling

The tartlets came together in no time.  First, I tossed the berries with sugar and cornstarch.

berry tarlet pie round cuts

Next, I cut the crust into rounds with a 5 inch diameter bowl – 3 for each pie crust round.

berry tarlet dessert filling

Mound a little filling on each round, pinch the edges up, and you’re ready to bake.  (Dot each tartlet with a little butter if desired.)

tarlet pie pinched edges

Bake for about 25 minutes, cool, and dust with a little powdered sugar.

So easy!  The tartlet is my new go to dessert, for hay parties, dinner parties and beyond!!

More Sweet Tarts to ♥

Check out Tablespoon's terrific Fruit Tart Recipe Collection for more tangy tart ideas!

Enjoy and XO,


Michelle Palm created the Jelly Shot Test Kitchen blog after discovering a lack of cocktail-style jelly shot recipes. Look for her posts here, and check her Tablespoon member profile often to see what she’s already gelled up!
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