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How To Make Strawberry Tartlets Without Baking

Thelma Alberts is passionate about baking and cooking and likes to get creative. She worked for many years in cafeterias in Germany.

Strawberry Tartlets without baking.

Strawberry Tartlets without baking.

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Strawberry Tartlets

Have you ever tried making strawberry tartlets without baking? No? Well, it´s time to try it. You can make this recipe for 2 or more persons depending on how many you need. You don´t have to bake as you only have to buy a prebaked tartlet crusts from the shop. This recipe is good especially if you want to have an easy but delicious dessert for your meal. No need to bake but you have to heat the jelly you needed to put on top of the strawberries.

I used red wine jelly for glazing the strawberry tartlets as I still had the bottle of red wine jelly in my fridge. I did not like it for spreading on my bread and so I thought why not use it for my baking. This red wine jelly was a gift made by my creative and nice brother-in-law.

You don´t have to use red wine jelly for glazing your tartlets. You can use another fruit jelly for the glaze.

Pat Dried Strawberries

Strawberries

Strawberries

Cook Time

Prep timeCook timeReady inYields

20 min

5 min

25 min

8 persons

Ingredients

  • 8 pieces Tartlet crusts, 1 package
  • 200 gram Strawberries, hulled, washed and sliced
  • 6-10 tablespoons Red wine Jelly or other fruit jelly
  • a few brown and white chocolate shavings, for decorations
  • 4-6 tablespoon strawberry marmalade

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Kitchen Utensils Needed!

  • cooking pot
  • knife
  • sieve or colander
  • chopping board
  • brush
  • kitchen paper

Strawberry Marmalade

Step by Step

  1. Hull and wash the fresh strawberries. Pat them dry with a kitchen paper. Cut the strawberries in half or in the desired sizes.
  2. Put the pre-baked tartlet crusts on your working table or in a huge plate and spread strawberry marmalade on top of the tartlets by using a tablespoon or a brush.
  3. Arrange the sliced strawberries on top of the spread marmalade. You can put them the way you like it.
  4. Heat the red wine jelly or any fruit jelly of your choice and a bit of water in a cooking pot until it looks smooth.
  5. Spread the red wine jelly by using a brush on top of the strawberry tartlets. A silicone brush is what I always use.
  6. Then you can decorate the sides of the tartlets with chocolate shavings, almonds or any thing you like for decorations. You can decorate the tartlets on top with some chocolates or just leave them like that.
  7. Enjoy your dessert with a dollop of cream!

Ready To Serve Strawberry Tartlet

Strawberry Tartlet with white chocolate.

Strawberry Tartlet with white chocolate.

Tips

  1. You don´t have to use red wine jelly. Instead you can use any kind of light color like peach or pineapple jelly for the glaze.
  2. You can spread vanilla pudding or cream cheese instead of strawberry jam.
  3. Always pat dry the strawberries with a kitchen paper so that there´s no liquid coming to the tartlets besides the jelly.
  4. You can use mixed fruits instead of only strawberries for these tartlets.
  5. You can always store pre-baked tartlet crusts without fillings as they are easy to make when an unexpected visitor will come to your house.
  6. With this pre-baked tartlet crusts, you can fill the favorite fruits every kids love to eat when celebrating a childs birthday party.
  7. If you have time and want to make your own tartlet crusts, below is the link for you to follow.

Tartlet Variations

With these tartlet variations, you can choose which one you like to make. You can put different fruits for the toppings and you don´t have to put a glaze if you don´t like to.

SpreadFruit ToppingsJelly / Glaze

Vanilla Pudding

Strawberries

Red Wine Jelly

Marmalade

Blueberries

Peach Jelly

Nutella or Chocolate Spread

Pineapples

Lemon Jelly

Yoghurt

Cherries

Pineapple Jelly

Cream Cheese

Peaches

Lime Jelly

 

Mangoes

 

 

Wild berries

 

 

Grapes

 

 

Oranges / Tangerines

 

Strawberry Farm Open For The Public

Me, harvesting in a strawberry farm.

Me, harvesting in a strawberry farm.

Freezing Strawberries

Harvesting Strawberries

Summer is fast approaching and it is time for me to harvest some strawberries in a strawberry farm open for the public. I love harvesting strawberry with my friend and her small children for our own enjoyment. While harvesting, we could eat some of the strawberries without them being counted.

We just go there in the strawberry farm, the owner weight our bowl or basket before we go to the fields. When we have finished harvesting, the weight of the bowl or basket will be deducted to the kilos of strawberries we have to pay. Of course, self harvesting strawberries is more fun than just buying these fruits in the market. Besides that, it is cheap.

Have you harvested strawberries in a farm for fun? I hope you have. Thanks for reading this hub. Enjoy your day!

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Comments

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on July 20, 2018:

Hi Patricia. Yes, it is a lovely treat indeed to serve a small group of friends or relatives. Very easy to make, too. Thanks for dropping by and have a wonderful weekend.

Patricia Scott from North Central Florida on July 11, 2018:

this is a lovely treat that is just the right size to serve at a small card party and I love it that you included variations to choose from. Cannot wait to give this a try. Angels are on the way ps

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on November 20, 2017:

Hi Ellie @MyHealthyDessert. It is nice to see you here. I am also craving for strawberries now but they are not in season;-) Thanks for dropping by. Have a great week.

Ellie @MyHealthyDessert on November 14, 2017:

They look cute and delicious! I'm craving strawberries now!

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on June 15, 2017:

Hi Beth. Yes, they are delicious and easy to make. Thanks for dropping by.

Beth Perry from Tennesee on June 14, 2017:

These are so pretty and sound delicious! I'll have to give 'em a try.

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on May 20, 2017:

Thank you very much Claire Raymond for dropping by. Yes, that is usually what I make when summer and when unexpected visitors come.

Claire-louise on May 19, 2017:

Sounds delicious! I love baking, but not when it's hot so I will try these!

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on September 01, 2016:

Hi Peggy!

It´s nice to see you again in my hub. Yes, this recipe is so simple and handy to make. Sometimes I just buy the crust in the bakery and some strawberries in the supermarket before my guests come for a quick visit. I am glad I have brought back some wonderful memories of yours picking strawberries in the fields. Thanks for your visit and enjoy the new month of September.

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on August 26, 2016:

That would be delicious and simple to make especially when buying pre-made crusts. The photo of you in that strawberry field made me think of when my hubby and I lived in central Wisconsin back in the 70s. I used to go strawberry picking each summer with my neighbor. We would eat them fresh but also freeze them to have on hand much of the year. Yum!

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on March 09, 2016:

Thank you very much MartieCoetser. I love fresh strawberries, too.

Martie Coetser from South Africa on March 09, 2016:

Yummy recipe for strawberry tartlets. I love fresh strawberries!

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on December 06, 2015:

You sound like me colorfulone. I love every way strawberries are eaten. Thanks for your visit colorfulone. Enjoy your new week.

Susie Lehto from Minnesota on November 27, 2015:

Um, that sounds yummy to me. I love eating strawberries any way and every which way they can be used and be wonderful!

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on September 01, 2015:

Hahahahaha...Yes, I have stopped writing something to eat here. It makes my tummy huge as I am the one who will eat after taking the photos of the food I have to write. LOL! Thanks for stopping by fpherj48. Have a lovely September!

Suzie from Carson City on August 31, 2015:

Ohhhhhhhhh YUM!! Thelma, STOP it!! I'm dieting!

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on August 31, 2015:

Hi pstraubie48,

I know I can smell the berries too. They are indeed so good for a dessert and easy to make. I hope you´ll try sometime. Thanks for sharing this hub to others. Well appreciated. Have a great week! God bless you.

Patricia Scott from North Central Florida on August 31, 2015:

Hi Thelma I am certain I can smell the fresh berries. They have been and still are so good this year.

These look too good to eat!!!

Thanks for giving us this lovely treat to try. Shared and pinned Angels are headed your way this evening ps

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on August 15, 2015:

You are very welcome Audrey. Have a nice weekend! Thanks.

Audrey Howitt from California on August 15, 2015:

This sounds wonderful! Thank you!

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on August 05, 2015:

You are very welcome Vellur. I hope you will try this. Enjoy your week!

Nithya Venkat from Dubai on August 05, 2015:

Love strawberries and this is a great recipe and easy to make too! Thank you for sharing.

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on July 29, 2015:

Yes, they are yummy clairejustineoxox . I hope you´ll try to make these. Thanks for your visit;-) Have a nice day!

clairejustineoxox on July 27, 2015:

Whoo these look yummy, I love strawberries and cakes :)

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on July 17, 2015:

Yes, me too. Those are awesome equipments in the kitchen. Thanks for your comment rebeccamealey. Have a wonderful weekend!

Rebecca Mealey from Northeastern Georgia, USA on July 17, 2015:

I love strawberry anything, and these tartlets sure look good. And oh, how I need one of those tools the guy in the video has!

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on July 16, 2015:

Thank you very much The Dirt Farmer for your nice comment, for sharing and for pinning this hub. I appreciate that. Good night! Have a lovely weekend ahead!

Jill Spencer from United States on July 16, 2015:

A sweet recipe, Thelma! Love the pic of you harvesting. We did that last year. It was a lot of fun. Shared & pinned. All the best, Jill

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on July 11, 2015:

Hi RTalloni! Yes, of course you can use any fruits you like for this recipe. Strawberries and blueberries are also yummy for these tarts. Enjoy making and thanks for your nice comment.

Korneliya Yonkova from Cork, Ireland on July 11, 2015:

Great recipe. It is just for me because I hate baking. Should surprise the kids tomorrow for lunch! :)

RTalloni on July 10, 2015:

Such an easy recipe for summertime, and elegant enough for company! I"m thinking of mixing strawberries and blueberries.

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on June 24, 2015:

Thank you very much thumbi7 for your comment. Yes, it is very easy to prepare. I hope you will try that. Have a great day!

JR Krishna from India on June 24, 2015:

Nice Thelma. Recipe is easy to prepare.

I like your photo in the strawberry farm.

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on June 17, 2015:

Hi ChitrangadaSharan! Thanks for your wonderful comment, for the vote and pin. I appreciate that. Enjoy making this tartlet recipe.

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on June 17, 2015:

Hi prettynutjob30! I´m glad you will try it. Let me know then how it was. Thank you very much for the share and all the votes that you have given. Have a lovely hump day!

Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on June 17, 2015:

What a wonderful recipe and such a well presented hub!

You look so nice in the Strawberry farm. I love Strawberries and anything made with it. This recipe is on my To Do List.

Thanks , voted up and pinned!

Mary from From the land of Chocolate Chips,and all other things sweet. on June 14, 2015:

Yummy!!! I will be making this recipe very soon, I am sure my family will love this recipe. Great hub, voted up, shared and more.

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on June 14, 2015:

Yes, it is very easy to prepare Peachy. Thanks for your comment and sharing it to others. Happy Sunday!

peachy from Home Sweet Home on June 14, 2015:

this is so easy to prepare especially when I have guest at home. Thanks. Voted up and share at HP

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on June 05, 2015:

Yes, it is indeed easy to make and delicious as well. Enjoy making these tartlets. Thanks for your nice comment Sheila. Happy weekend!

Sheila Brown from Southern Oklahoma on June 05, 2015:

This sounds so easy and delicious! Strawberries are one of my favorite fruits! Hubby would love this, I will have to give it a try, thank you for sharing your recipe!

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on June 03, 2015:

Hi radhikasree! Yes, the public are allowed to harvest some strawberries in the farm nearby but of course with payment. Thanks for your wonderful comment and for your votes and of course for sharing this hub to others. Enjoy your day! Take care;-)))

Radhika Sreekanth from Mumbai,India on June 03, 2015:

Yummy strawberry tartlets...Your recipe hubs are all inviting and the photos beautiful. It's interesting to hear that you can harvest strawberries in public gardens. Voted up, beautiful and interesting. Sharing too.

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on May 29, 2015:

Yes, they are indeed jtrader. Thanks for your comment. Happy weekend!

jtrader on May 29, 2015:

The pre baked crusts are a good idea. Healthy, fruity snack.

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on May 27, 2015:

Thank you very much Just Ask Susan for pinning and sharing this hub. Good night!

Susan Zutautas from Ontario, Canada on May 27, 2015:

These sound terrific! Pinning and sharing.

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on May 27, 2015:

Yes, it is indeed a "very quick and delicious treat" AliciaC. You are very welcome. Thank you for your comment. Have a lovely day!

Linda Crampton from British Columbia, Canada on May 26, 2015:

These tartlets sound like a very quick and delicious treat, Thelma! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on May 26, 2015:

Hi Rachel L Alba! "Without baking" is very catching indeed. Thanks for your nice comment and for the stars and all your votes. I hope you will try this recipe. Enjoy your week! God bless you, too.

Rachel L Alba from Every Day Cooking and Baking on May 26, 2015:

Hi Thelma, the words, "without baking" caught my eye. I don't have central air-conditioning so my kitchen gets so warm and muggy in the summer, that I try not to use it at all. So anything I can make without baking or cooking on the stove, is tops with me. This dessert looks scrumptious. Thanks for sharing. I tired to click on 5 stars but it only comes up 4.5. Voted up and awesome.

Blessings to you.

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on May 26, 2015:

Hi Minnetonka Twin! I´m glad you will try this recipe this week and I hope you like it and the kids as well. Thanks for your nice comment and for pinning this. Have a great week.

Linda Rogers from Minnesota on May 25, 2015:

I'm trying this dessert this week now that my nephew is home from college and we have both kids. It looks so easy and I love the fact I don't even have to bake. Excellent article: easy and fun to read. Can't wait to pin this recipe.

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on May 25, 2015:

You are very welcome MsDora. Thanks for your nice comment. Have a lovely week.

Dora Weithers from The Caribbean on May 25, 2015:

Thanks for the recipe. Good instructions, good pictures and great expectations.

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on May 25, 2015:

Yes, I agree with you Suzie. Having these tartlets pre-baked cases in the kitchen cupboard is a good way to make simple but delicious snacks. Thanks for your wonderful comment and for the 5 star vote for this recipe. Highly appreciated. Have a lovely week. Take care!

Suzanne Ridgeway from Dublin, Ireland on May 25, 2015:

Thanks Thelma I really enjoyed the simplicity of these tartlets! Amazing how a few simple ingredients when put together in a certain way can suddenly look amazing. The prepacked cases are well worth having in the cupboard for those last minute deserts and unexpected visitors. Fun for kids to make too.

5 star for me all the way!!

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on May 25, 2015:

Hi Mary! Yes, it is super easy to make. Thank you for your wonderful comment, your votes and for sharing this hub to others. I appreciate that. Enjoy picking strawberries in the farm near you. Have a lovely new week ahead.

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on May 25, 2015:

Thank you very much drbj. Enjoy your day.

Mary Hyatt from Florida on May 24, 2015:

Well, these tartlets certainly look wonderful, and the recipe is super easy. We have a strawberry farm near where I live, and I love to make dishes with them. I've bookmarked this Hub for later use.

Voted UP, etc. and shared.

drbj and sherry from south Florida on May 24, 2015:

What a neat idea, Thelma. And so easy to make. Love this recipe. Thank you, m'dear.

Thelma Alberts (author) from Germany on May 24, 2015:

Yes, just in time for the strawberry season. Thank you rebeccamealey. Enjoy your new week.

Rebecca Mealey from Northeastern Georgia, USA on May 24, 2015:

Mmmm. Yummy, Thelma. And just in time for fresh strawberry season.

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