Trio of Afternoon Tea Tartlets, ridiculously easy to make and delicious to eat.

Trio of Afternoon Tea Tartlets, ridiculously easy to make and delicious to eat.

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Trio of Afternoon Tea Tartlets, ridiculously easy to make and delicious to eat. But have no fear… I always make way too much pastry so I concocted a plan B to make a trio of tartlets with the pastry left over, so that is what I did and thankfully they turned out beautifully. So I’ll need to remember to do my raw tartlets next time. I watched the last Twilight film yesterday, it was fabulous and sad at the same time (no spoilers here!) the one thing I always love is the soundtrack, the song by Christina Perri A Thousand Years is just beautiful. So it’s now on my mp3 along with most of the other tracks from the saga. Having a “no cook” day today, Martin is on lunch duties and we’re out tonight for food, but tomorrow I’m hoping to bake some Hot Cross Buns, this will be a test run for Easter coming up. I did make them last year, so need to revamp that recipe a bit I think. Preheat oven to 180 degrees celcius and prepare a mini tart baking tray (mine has 4 mini tart spaces each approx 4.5″ across). In a small bowl combine the milk, oil, water and maple syrup. On a floured surface roll our the dough and cutout three 4.5″ circles (or however wide your mini tart moulds are) and pop them in the tray, pressing them firmly down, then prick with a fork all over and pop in the oven for 15 – 20 minutes until cooked, remove from oven and allow to cool completely. Fill each tart base with the fillings below (each filling is for one 4.5″ tart). Using a stick blender quickly pulse 2 of the strawberries until smooth then add the balsamic and vanilla and stir through before adding the powdered sugar, stir until this thickens (you may need a little more icing sugar as you want a thick creamy consistency), spoon the mixture into the tart case, slice the other 2 strawberries and arrange on top of the tart.

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