phyllo fruit tarts
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I recently hosted a small gathering with a few women. I thought the women would enjoy finger foods and since we all have a sweet tooth these were perfect, hit the spot but not overly sweet.
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Yum! These cute little fruit tarts are delicious. The smooth and creamy filling is a nice contrast to the crunchy phyllo shells. Bits of kiwi, orange, and strawberries on top make these bite-size desserts adorable. The perfect addition to any party dessert tray.
— The Test Kitchen @kitchencrew
Ingredients For phyllo fruit tarts
1 pkgcream cheese at room temp, 8 oz.
1 cansweetened condensed milk, 14 oz.
1 lglemon, juiced
4 boxmini fillo shells 1.9 oz. or 15 baked shells per box
2kiwi fruit, peeled, cut so all pieces are same size
1 canmandarin orange, drained, cut in half
8strawberries, cut into pieces so all are same size
How To Make phyllo fruit tarts
1Add to the room temp cream cheese, the juice of 1 whole lemon and 1 can of sweetened condensed milk. Beat until no lumps and creamy and airy.
2Baked the phyllo shells, approximately 4-5 mins. Allow to cool then fill with the mixture above.
3Top all the shells with any fruit mixture you choose. I used what fruit I had on hand but fruit in season would be great as well. Cover and refrigerate for at least 2 hours before serving.
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