White Chocolate Tartlets #Choctoberfest




 I'm not sure what it is about these last few days and participating in #Choctoberfest, but I've pretty much had "party food" on the brain! That being said, these little white chocolate tartlets are another recipe I love to whip up during the holidays.




Seriously, I've found it difficult impossible to steer myself away from only wanting to share some of my favorite, ultra-festive holiday desserts with you all!




These petite tartlets are made with a simple yet decadent white chocolate filling and are truly one of my go-to, small-bite recipes when it comes to big celebrations.




I love them for a couple of reasons. Firstly, they are delicious (I figure this reason should always be number one for why you love any recipe!) Secondly, you can make them match any occasion with a little bit of food-coloring and sprinkles!




If you have followed me for a while, you know seasonal and celebration versatility are my favorites! 




This is the first time I've ever dressed these little guys up for Halloween, however and they turned out so cute that I can guarantee it won't be the last. 




Now I just wish we were having a creepy costume party to go with them. I definitely know a few ghouls who will gobble these up! Please tag me in pics if you make some, I'd love to see how you dress them up!!

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White Chocolate Tartlets                         printable recipe

Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cook/Chill Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
Yield: 3 dozen tartletts

Ingredients:

  • 1 (15 oz) package refrigerated pie crusts 
  • 2 cups quality white chocolate chips
  • 1-1/2 tablespoons salted butter
  • 1/4 cup milk or cream
  • 2 cups homemade or store-bought whipped cream
  • gel food coloring (optional)
  • seasonal sprinkles (optional)

Instructions:

1. Allow the refrigerated pie-crusts to go room temperature. Pre-heat oven to 350°. On a lightly floured surface, unfold each pie crust. Use a 2-1/2 inch or 3-inch round cookie cutter to cut out several circles of dough. You will have to form the the scraps of dough into disks and re-roll them out to use up all the pie crust dough.

2. Carefully press circles of pie crust into the cavities of a mini-muffin pan (be sure to grease cavities lightly with non-stick spray, if not using a non-stick pan). Prick each mini-tart crust once with a fork. Bake for 10- 15 minutes until edges of mini-crusts are lightly browned. Remove pan from oven, set on cooling rack and allow pan to cool completely. Repeat process until all mini-tart crusts are baked and ready to fill. Set the prepared pie crusts aside and make the white chocolate filling.

3. Using a medium-size sauce pan combine white chocolate chips, butter and milk. Over medium heat, melt white chocolate chip mixture, stirring it regularly until completely melted and smooth.
Remove pot from heat, place on a cooling rack and allow to cool for 20 minutes. Fold in one cup of the whipped cream.

4. If you want to color the white chocolate tart filling, separate the filling into separate small bowls and color as you desire. Use a teaspoon to fill prepared mini-crusts with the white chocolate mixture and then refrigerate for 30 minutes to allow filling to set.

5. Use a piping bag and a small star tip to top the tarts with remaining whipped cream and refrigerate until ready to serve. Top with seasonal sprinkles just before serving. Enjoy!!
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8 comments

  1. wow how adorable and delicious these mini tarts look! White chocolate is my husband's absolute favourite.

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  2. I love these little tarts! Again, we just need a little something after supper… And these would be perfect.

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  3. Who can resist tarts like these? And so much fun to say I ate an entire tart. Or maybe three. :-) Good stuff -- thanks.

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  4. These are such fun! They bring out the kid in me!

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