Serena Di Sabatino Di Diodoro
Greek yogurt mini tarts with Fruity Lucky Charms
Updated: Feb 2, 2022
Last weekend was my birthday! I didn't bake any special cake or treat for this occasion but one of my friend baked me a pistachio, cardamom and rose cake. It was a surprise and it was amazing and delicious 😍😍😍 Here it is:
Also this weekend, my friend Parima gave birth to a beautiful baby girl!!! 🤩
They live in Canada so I don't know when I will be able to meet them 😔 but thinking about this event I made this super special heartshaped treat that I hope I will bring to her one day.
Welcome to this messy world EMMA 💞💞💞
It's a Greek yogurt mini tart made with literally 3 ingredients; it's also fresh and no bake, so perfect for these last days of summer.
Check out the super quick and easy recipe in the section below!!
--- CEREAL CRUST ---
30g melted butter
--- FILLING ---
150g strawberry greek yogurt*
--- TOPPINGS ---
Melt butter in the microwave or on the stove.
Turn Fruity Lucky Charms into cereal powder with a food processor.
In a bowl combine together Fruity Lucky Charms and butter until the mixture looks like wet sand.
Transfer the mixture into 2 slightly oiled tart dishes* and press with your hands to create the cereal crust.
Place in the fridge to set overnight.
Fill the cereal pie shells with strawberry greek yogurt.
Crush a small quantity of Fruity Lucky Charms by hands or in the food processor and garnish the surface of the pies (to make the heart in the rounded tart I just used a piece of paper that I cut out as a guide).
I've used lactose free strawberry greek yogurt because I think it pairs well with Fruity Lucky Charms but you can use any greek yogurt you like. I don't suggest using plain yogurt since it might be too liquid.
For best results I suggest using 10cm tart dishes with removable bottom otherwise it will be very hard to remove the tarts from the dishes without breaking them.
Store them in the fridge if you are not eating them right away.
If you make it let me know! :)