It’s almost every moms dream to be able to make a homemade dessert that’s super snazzy and doesn’t require a lot of fuss. The least amount of fuss actually because ideally when you’ve got a ton to do, having to bake something up can seem daunting.
Sure we want to have the time to make a 3 hour cake, let it chill for another 3 hours, then get back at it again, spruce it up with some filling and frosting, but that’s not always the case. Moms don’t always have the freakin’ time! (Gaaah) Enter these Mini Vegan Custard Tarts With Raspberry.
Raspberry is like the easiest, prettiest decoration. It doesn’t need much else because well it’s a raspberry and raspberries are like goddesses. They make anything look pretty. And adding a little dusting of coconut shreds or powdered sugar to really make it pop is a doozy.
The base calls for only 4 ingredients and the easiest of measurements. You can legits do this half asleep and they’ll still come out bomb diggity (are people still saying that?). And for the creamy vegan custard filling, the same thing, easy peasy. And I know you’re thinking “but custard, doesn’t it have eggs?” Not this version sweet friends, not this version. Vegan, healthy, and scrummily yummily all the way down to delish-ville.
Watch the video for recipe tutorial and instructions.
And you know I like mini. Mini is portion controlled so when you eat…i don’t know….say 5 of anything mini it begs the question of “Does it really count”? haha No but seriously, these are healthy. Turmeric in the custard, yes mostly for color but you still reap the benefits of it because one: it’s turmeric and two: it’s paired with a healthy fat which amps up turmerics benefits. So I encourage you to enjoy these to the fullest.
These are really super cute. You can make them for a special occasion, bring them with you to work, pack some for a fellow mom friend and give her this easy recipe. Tell her she deserves it and her family will love em’. Also just note that you can make a chocolate filling or pudding instead to put in the center if not a custard fan. And remember they don’t have to be looking all perfect, just as long as you and them stay delicious. Tarts up!