Enjoy a simple yet elegant blackberry yogurt tarts recipe to serve guests. This tasty appetizer transforms any social gathering into a fancy meal with the Phyllo shells folded into a bowl shape, filled with your favorite yogurt, and topped with fresh blackberries.
What are phyllo tart shells?
Phyllo tart shells are a type of dough thatâ€™s light and flaky formed into mini pastry cups. You can purchase these phyllo tart shells premade frozen so that theyâ€™re ready to use for my blackberry yogurt tarts recipe.
How long does it take phyllo dough to cook?
If you prefer to make phyllo tart shells from scratch, simply purchase phyllo dough and mold it into a shell shape. Youâ€™ll cut the phyllo dough into 12-15 evenly shaped pieces of dough, fold into a cup shape to match the phyllo tart shell shape. Youâ€™ll then bake your homemade phyllo tart shells in a 350 degree F oven for approximately 13-15 minutes in a muffin pan.
How do you keep phyllo cups from getting soggy?
The best way to keep phyllo cups from getting soggy is to turn them up once theyâ€™ve baked. This will preserve the crispy texture of your phyllo cups for blackberry yogurt tarts. Phyllo cups will cool to room temperature and remain sturdy so that you can fill them with your favorite yogurt to create these yogurt tarts today.
Should I eat blackberry yogurt tarts for breakfast?
I referenced using these yogurt tarts for dessert or an appetizer at your next social gathering, but you may eat these yogurt tarts for breakfast. The elegant presentation of phyllo shells with yogurt topped with fresh blackberries can work for a Sunday brunch or breakfast with the family.
Eating yogurt for breakfast with fresh berries in a phyllo shell will help you stay full longer all the while allowing you to start your day off right. Since Greek yogurt is higher in protein than regular yogurt you may want to use Greek yogurt in these tarts when making them for breakfast.
Blackberry Yogurt Tarts
- Phyllo Shells
Some other sweet treats that you may enjoy include these no bake raspberry yogurt tarts, mini fruit pizza tarts, and banana walnut muffins.
Blackberry Yogurt Tarts
- 1 package (15 count) Phyllo Shells - found in grocery freezer
- 8oz yogurt (your favorite brand and flavor)
- 15 fresh blackberries
Rinse blackberries in water.
Set out Phyllo Shells on a plate or tray.
Spoon yogurt into piping bag or zipper bag and cut off one end.
Pipe yogurt into Phyllo Shells.
Top each with a blackberry