Thursday, March 26, 2009

Lemon Tartlets

Lemon Tartlets

Tart Shells:
1/2 cup butter, softened
1/3 cup sugar
1 egg white
1 1/4 cups flour

Filling:
2 eggs
1/3 cup sugar
1 Tbs. butter melted & cooled
2 tsp. lemon zest
3 Tbs. lemon juice
Powdered sugar

Preheat over to 325. Spray 2 mini muffin pans with PAM. In mixer bowl, beat butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Add egg white; blend well. add flour; mix just until well blended. Divide into 24 pieces and drop into muffin cups. Press into tart shells.

For filling, lightly whisk eggs. Whisk in sugar and butter, lemon zest and juice. Mix well. Pour filling evenly into tart shells.

Bake 20-22 minutes or until edges are light golden brown. Remove pan to cooling rack for 5 mins. Remove from pan and cool completely. Store tightly covered in refrigerator. Sprinkle with powdered sugar before serving.
YIELD: 24 tartlets at 90 calories each
Pampered Chef Recipe


Noah making Lemon Tartlets

21 comments:

Silver said...

ME want some!!!

Lady Farmer said...

I am definetely going to try these. Gentleman Farmer loves lemon bar cookies which I haven't made him in awhile. He will love these for sure. Thanks for the recipe.
Blessings!

Mildred said...

I love lemon and this sounds so good. Nalley's parents used to live in FL and they would send me lemons the size of grapefruits!

marie said...

Hmmmmmm.....these look really yummy! I think I'll try these for a special Easter treat! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Miss Jen said...

Mrs.H,
These little darlings look ever SO delicious!!!
I am a big fan of "high tea" ...so I will have to make these sometime soon!! They just look SO cute, sweet and tea~ish like!! Thank you for being so kind as to share the recipe, bless you!!

Love Always,
Miss Jen

Janice said...

I love lemon tart, these are so cute.

crochet lady said...

Those look so good. I love lemon goodies. One of the first treats I made with my mother were lemon bars. I remember licking my sticky fingers and thinking there was nothing better tasting!

Joy said...

oooohhhh... just looking at them is making me pucker up!

Maggie Ann said...

Those look delicious! Thank you for the kind words about my artwork. I glue-stick my collage together. I love to start with a watercolor background and build on that. I dip my watercolor paper in a 'bath' and keep the prettiest ones to work with. I am woefully behind in doing collage. And wonder if I can find my way back again...lol. Do you have an art blog also?

Red Couch Recipes said...

Your lemon tartlets oook so yummy and so does your photography. Joni

zoom yummy said...

Yum! That looks wonderfully delicious and refreshing - exactly my kind of sweets! Could you send some over, please? :)

Cheers!

Petra

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting this recipe! I made these last week and they were a hit with friends and family.

Kate Madsen said...

OH yes!! Doing this!

Lauren said...

I just made these according to the recipe. When I took them out of the oven, the filling was cooked completely through! It looked nothing like your picture. I'm not sure if you left out a step or something, but mine did not look like this. I'm modifying the baking time and adding the filling after the crust has cooked on its own to see if that makes a difference. Just wanted to let you know.

Juliana Pulmakutsed said...

These are absolutely divine! However, I got only 12 out of this recipe- maybe the author used mini muffin tins..
I did put less sugar to the dough and one more spoon of lemon juice into the filling.

Martha said...

mmmm, lemon and shortbread. what's not to like?! and such a cute size too!

Shannon Giovanniello said...

Hard time "pressing into tart shell" any suggestions....very sticky

nora said...

I've tried this recipe it is really accurate and insanely yummy..thanks

Gypsy Heart said...

Gorgeous and I know they are delish! Will definitely try these...love everything lemon.

Noah looks adorable!

xo
Pat

Gypsy Heart said...

Gorgeous and I know they are delish! Will definitely try these...love everything lemon.

Noah looks adorable!

xo
Pat

Lori G said...

I made these tartlets and they turned out well and taste divine. Very easy to make the the crust taste like shortbread.

Thank you for the recipe

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