These Raspberry Yoghurt Tarts are a delicious and quick treat option for anyone who’s looking to satisfy their sweet tooth. These Raspberry Yogurt Tarts will work well for any event, small or large. Whip them up in no time to bring along with you to that special occasion.
If you want to read the recipe, you can scroll down to print it out and make your own Raspberry Yoghurt Tarts, but first, let me answer a few commonly asked questions about this delicious treat.
Are raspberries good for your skin?
Raspberries are full of antioxidants and vitamin C. This means that the answer to whether raspberries are good for your skin or not, is yes. Raspberries can protect your skin from the sun and skin cancer due to their vitamin C and antioxidants.
What is the difference between a tart and a torte?
A torte is known as a rich layered cake that’s made without flour. A torte will often use crumbs or groundnuts instead of flour. A tart is shallower than a torte with a pastry crust that has shallow sides, such as these Raspberry Yoghurt Tarts that are made with Phyllo shells and filled with yoghurt.
Which yoghurts have the least sugar?
When looking for yoghurt that has the least amount of sugar to make these Raspberry Yoghurt Tarts, your best option is to go with a Greek Yogurt. Plain Greek Yogurt has approximately 90 calories and 7 grams of sugar. With that being said, Dannon all natural non-fat plain yoghurt comes in second from plain Greek yoghurt with 80 calories and 12 grams of sugar. If you want to use a yoghurt option that has less sugar in it, it’s best to read the label before buying your 8oz package of yoghurt to put into your Raspberry Yoghurt Tarts.
Whether you want a recipe that’s quick to provide dessert to the family or looking to enjoy a small sweet treat, these Raspberry Yogurt Tarts will provide a delicious solution.
How to make Raspberry Yoghurt Tarts
Enjoy making the best Raspberry Yoghurt Tarts with this easy to follow recipe, that only requires three ingredients and less than 30 minutes of your day to create.
- 1 package filo pastry (ready rolled sheets)
- 8oz yoghurt (your favourite brand and flavour)
- 15 fresh raspberries
- Cupcake tray
- Using the filo pastry sheets make filo shells
- Once the filo shells are ready, rinse raspberries in water
- Spoon yoghurt into a piping bag (or zipper bag and cut off one end if you have no piping bags available)
- Pipe yoghurt into filo casings
- Top each with a raspberry