I had such a fun time with this month’s Cherry Tarts Bake Along:). I made 18 Tarts and they were all gone in an evening. I will tell you that story in a little bit.
First, I just have to show you my favorite way to serve Tarts at our house– on Santa’s back!
Don’t worry Santa, they don’t stay there long:). They get eaten almost as fast as I put them out!
This first batch of Tarts was oh so yummy. I like how the crust to frosting ratio really makes them so SWEET! I also think the color is very festive as well.
Ok, now for the story. — You may think we had 10 or 11 People over to help with the task of eating all of the Tarts …no, there were just a few of us. It went like this:
We have a good friend who comes over two or three times a week and happened to come by the night I made the Tarts. He was the lucky taster of the first tart.
Being the kind mother that I am, I sent this picture to my children announcing the eating of the first tart of Christmas:). Within minutes my son, daughter in law, and grandson were at my house to join in the tart celebration.
The Tarts didn’t stand a chance. They were gone in no time. You can bet I will be making more of these before our Family Christmas parties:)
Thank you for dropping by today and reading about our crazy family tart adventure:). I am excited to head over and see how the other bakers fared in their kitchens. I wonder if Tarts will become part of their family traditions too?
- Emma @Emma Crafts Design
- AJ @A Petite Slice Of Life
- Kate @Life, Tea, and Everything
- Abbey @Three Cats and a Girl
- Kathy Reeves @Sewing Etc. – Kathy will be posting next week
- Tracy @Its a T-Sweets Day!
If you would like to make up a batch of Tarts for your family, the recipe can be found here.
Have a wonderful rest of your day!