Sugar Cookie Fruit Tarts #SundaySupper

Sugar Cookie Fruit Tarts are an elegant yet simplified version of a fruit tart made with a sugar cookie base. Perfect for Mother’s Day, to celebrate National Moscato Day or any time!

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Sugar Cookie Fruit Tarts are an easier version of a classic favorite dessert –fruit tarts.  In lieu of a traditional pastry shell, a sugar cookie (or cookie cup) forms the base of the Sugar Cookie Fruit Tart. Spread on top of the sugar cookie is a sweetened cream cheese mixture. Then simply decorate with your favorite fruits.  Sugar Cookie Fruit Tarts are so easy and so delicious!

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For this recipe I used my favorite Chewy Sugar Cookie recipe (this lemon version would also be tasty!). However, to make this dessert even easier, you can easily use already-made sugar cookies from a bakery or grocery store. For the cream cheese mixture, I combine powdered sugar and milk (or to make it fancier, wine can be used) until the desired consistency is achieved.  For the fruit, I like to choose a variety of colors, such as blueberries, raspberries, kiwi or whatever else is in season. Depending on the ripeness of the fruit used, some melted jelly or jam can be brushed over fruit to enhance the flavors.  There is a lot of flexibility with the recipe to customize it to your preferences.

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Sugar Cookie Fruit Tarts are simple, beautiful and elegant…much like the wines we are honoring today, and perfect for any special celebration or occasion!

Sugar Cookie Fruit Tarts
 
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Yields: 12 servings
Ingredients
  • 2 ounces cream cheese (I used ⅓ less fat)
  • ½ tablespoon milk (or wine)
  • 1½ cups powdered sugar
  • 12 sugar cookies
  • assorted fruit
  • jelly or jam, melted (optional)
Instructions
  1. Put cream cheese and milk (or wine) in a small bowl and beat to combine. Add sugar ½ cup at a time, beating in between each addition and beat well after final addition. (Note: if consistency is too runny, beat in more sugar; if consistency is too stiff, beat in more milk).
  2. Spread cream cheese mixture over each sugar cookie. Decorate with fruit, as desired. (Optional - brush melted jelly over fruit). Refrigerate 15 minutes to set.
Notes
The recipe for the cream cheese mixture is enough for 12 cookies. Adjust accordingly if your recipe makes more. Store Sugar Cookie Fruit Tarts in the refrigerator.

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National Moscato Day coming up on May 9th, and Sunday Supper is joining Gallo Family Vineyards to celebrate the delicious wine that everyone is talking about ~ Moscato!  Gallo has three types of Moscato: White, Pink and Red.  Each is fruity and refreshing, pairing well with a variety of dishes, from spicy to desserts, and each pairs beautiful with these Sugar Cookie Fruit Tarts.

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For last year’s National Moscato Day celebration, I made these fun Mixed Berry Moscato Gelees.

For more delicious recipes, cocktails and pairings featuring Gallo’s Moscato wines, visit the other Sunday Supper bloggers below…and enjoy!

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Comments

  1. Oh my goodness those little tarts are just adorable. All the possibilities of toppings too. So much beautiful summer fruit to use (and other things too).

  2. These look so pretty and perfect for a weekend brunch! YUMMM!

  3. These tartlets are so creative and definitely much easier than making pie crust. Love!

  4. What an easy, impressive dessert! And both beautiful and delicious! A winner for sure!

  5. I just love the cookies! They are perfect for spring! I could eat the whole batch!

  6. I love these mini fruit pizza!

  7. So colorful and easy! I love hand-held desserts!

  8. These beautiful little tarts are perfect for entertaining at a cocktail party of special event! Gorgeous photography! YUM!

  9. I love how easy these are! What a great idea to make individual cookies! I have always made a fruit pizza with a cookie crust, and never though to make them like this. Really love this idea better!

  10. How fun are these!? You can’t go wrong with cookies or fruit for dessert! But both? Perfection! Pinning!

  11. My daughter would love these. It would be such fun to make them together.

  12. Simple, delicious, and so pretty! These will be fun to make this summer with fresh berries. Pinned!!

  13. These cookies are so fun and colorful. What a great idea!

  14. These are so fun! My family would love them!

  15. These are the perfect little sweet treat!

  16. Cookies and fruit, all in one bite. PERFECT!

  17. I love this idea with doing mini sugar cookie pizzas/tarts than a big one! Plus the strawberries and blueberries make these perfect for Memorial Day and 4th of July picnics.

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