Rosemary Goat Cheese Mini Tarts

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No-bake rosemary goat cheese fruit tarts made with premade puff pastry cups present a delightful medley of flavors, combining the creamy tang of goat cheese, the aromatic lift of fresh rosemary, and the sweet juiciness of ripe fruits. The flaky and buttery puff pastry cups provide a crisp contrast to the smooth filling, creating a harmonious and elegant bite-sized treat that is as easy to assemble as it is impressive to serve.

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Easy Rosemary Goat Cheese Fruit Tarts

Rosemary goat cheese tarts made with premade puff pastry cups offer a delightful combination of flavors and textures that can tantalize the taste buds. The puff pastry provides a buttery and flaky crust, serving as the perfect vessel for the creamy and tangy goat cheese filling. The addition of fresh rosemary not only infuses the tarts with a wonderful aroma but also adds a piney and slightly citrusy flavor that complements the richness of the cheese. These tarts strike a balance between savory and aromatic, making them a hit for parties, gatherings, or as a sophisticated snack

The flavor profile of rosemary goat cheese fruit tarts is an exquisite symphony of sweet, savory, and aromatic elements, creating a harmonious and indulgent experience with each bite. The goat cheese lends a creamy and tangy base that is beautifully elevated by the fragrant and slightly piney notes of fresh rosemary, adding a depth of savory flavor that is both unexpected and delightful. The inclusion of fruit brings a juicy sweetness and a hint of acidity, balancing the richness of the cheese and the herbaceous character of the rosemary. This could range from fresh berries, offering a burst of tartness, to sliced stone fruits like peaches or plums, contributing a honeyed sweetness. The crust, ideally a flaky and buttery puff pastry or a crumbly shortcrust, provides a satisfying texture contrast, ensuring each mouthful is a perfect blend of creamy, crisp, and juicy. All these components together create a culinary masterpiece that dances on the palate, leaving a lasting impression of sophistication and pleasure.

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Tips and Tricks to Perfect Tarts

Creating no-bake rosemary goat cheese fruit tarts with premade puff pastry cups can be a fun and simple process. Here are some tips and tricks to help you make the most out of this delicious combination:

1. Choose the Right Fruit:

  • Opt for fruits that are fresh, ripe, and don’t release a lot of juice when cut. Berries, sliced figs, or stone fruits work well.
  • If you prefer a hint of citrus, consider adding a small amount of lemon or orange zest to the goat cheese mixture.

2. Prep Your Goat Cheese:

  • Ensure your goat cheese is at room temperature before you start. This makes it easier to mix and smoother to spread.
  • For an extra creamy texture, you can whip the goat cheese with a bit of cream or milk.

3. Infuse the Rosemary:

  • Finely chop fresh rosemary leaves and let them infuse in olive oil for a few hours. Strain out the rosemary and mix the oil with the goat cheese for a subtler rosemary flavor.
  • Alternatively, you can mix the finely chopped rosemary directly into the goat cheese.

4. Assemble with Care:

  • Use a piping bag or a spoon to fill the premade puff pastry cups with the goat cheese mixture, being careful not to overfill.
  • Arrange the sliced or whole fruits on top in a decorative pattern.

5. Chill Before Serving:

  • Allow the tarts to chill in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes before serving. This helps the flavors meld together and makes for a refreshing treat.

6. Garnish and Serve:

  • Just before serving, drizzle with a bit of honey or a balsamic glaze for an extra layer of flavor.
  • Garnish with a small sprig of fresh rosemary or mint leaves for a pop of color and freshness.

7. Store Properly:

  • If you have leftovers, store them in the refrigerator and consume within a day to maintain freshness and prevent the pastry from becoming soggy.

8. Experiment with Flavors:

  • Don’t be afraid to add other ingredients to the goat cheese mixture, such as chopped nuts for crunch or spices for an extra kick.
Rosemary goat cheese tarts- easy and delicious- perfect for brunch!

What to Enjoy with your Tart

Rosemary goat cheese tarts are a delightful appetizer or snack, rich in flavor and with a wonderful combination of textures. Here’s a guide to what you might enjoy with them:


  • Sauvignon Blanc: A crisp white wine like Sauvignon Blanc can complement the tanginess of the goat cheese.
  • Chardonnay: If it’s not overly oaky, a Chardonnay can pair well with the creamy texture of the cheese.


  • Arugula Salad: A simple salad with arugula, cherry tomatoes, and a light vinaigrette can provide a fresh contrast.
  • Beet Salad: The earthiness of roasted beets can work well with the herbal notes of rosemary.

Fresh Fruits:

  • Apples or Pears: Sliced apples or pears can offer a sweet and juicy counterpoint.
  • Berries: A berry salad or just fresh berries on the side can add a refreshing and slightly tangy element.


  • Walnuts or Pecans: Toasted walnuts or pecans can add a nice crunch and complement the flavors.


  • Prosciutto or Salami: A selection of cured meats can turn your tarts into a fuller appetizer spread.

Dipping Sauces:

  • Honey: A drizzle of honey can enhance the sweetness and balance the tanginess of the goat cheese.
  • Balsamic Reduction: This can add a sweet and tangy element that pairs wonderfully with the herbal notes of rosemary.


  • Baguette Slices: Toasted or fresh, these can be great for scooping up any cheese that escapes from the tarts.


  • Kalamata or Green Olives: These can add a briny contrast to the rich tart.

Additional Cheese:

  • Aged Cheese: A piece of aged cheese like Parmesan or Gouda can add variety to your cheese selection.

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Rosemary Goat Cheese Mini Tarts for Mom

Quick, easy rosemary goat cheese tarts are an excellent addition to brunch or a fun spring meal!
Course Appetizers
Cuisine American
Keyword appetizer, cheese, creamy tarts, fruit tart
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 12 tarts
Calories 246kcal
Author Courtney O’Dell


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  • 1 package Puff pastry cup shells
  • 1 ½ cup goat cheese
  • 1 tbsp rosemary
  • ½ cup strawberries and blueberries
  • ¼ cup candied walnuts
  • ½ cup candied figs


  • In a medium sized bowl, cream together goat cheese and rosemary.
  • Spoon into puff pastry cups.
  • Add berries to 1/2 the pastries.
  • Add candied walnuts and figs to other 1/2 of pastries.
  • Garnish with fresh rosemary sprigs.


Serving: 2tarts | Calories: 246kcal | Carbohydrates: 15g | Protein: 13g | Fat: 16g | Saturated Fat: 9g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 6g | Cholesterol: 26mg | Sodium: 284mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 5g

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  1. morewithlessmom says:

    Oooh these look so delish. Thanks for posting. Hello from Best of the Weekend Party.