Greek Yogurt Berry Tiny Tarts!
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This is not a sponsored post.
If you are in a hurry and want to make a quick snack - this is it!
If you have a pie crust recipe you like, use that. Otherwise, I use Immaculate Baking pie crust - it's the only one I can find that is Non GMO!
3/4 Cups of Stonyfield Organic Greek Yogurt Plain
3/4 Cups of Sliced Fresh Raspberries or Strawberries (if you use frozen just warm up a bit in a pan first)
3/4 Cups of Powdered Sugar
2 Teas of Heavy Cream to mix in - Add a bit more for desired consistency.
Top with sprinkles (non GMO)
Cut out your dough - I used fun pie cutters from Williams Sonoma! - You can easily use a cup!
Now, you can either mix your fruit up with your Greek Yogurt in a bowl or just spoon them separately - both works fabulously.
Spoon about a tablespoon total of the fruit and yogurt into the middle of the dough.
Place opposite piece on top and press the edges down.
Bake for 350 degrees about 8-10 minutes
Add your icing and sprinkles
Ready to bake in the oven!
Have you tried using the Stonyfield yogurt in the icing rather than the milk? Just wondering if it would work.