Strawberry-Almond Cream Tart

  • Aschindewolf Posted: 05/04/10
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    This is a fun dessert. I think I would actually cut back on the sugar in the glaze--I found the tart a bit too sweet. I don't have a tart pan so I just made it in a glass pie dish and it turned out great. Looks very impressive, too!

  • jmbender4 Posted: 09/17/10
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    Amazing !! BUNCO group LOVED IT ! Kids LOVED IT ! I LOVED IT !!

  • Jessie123 Posted: 08/01/10
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    This was a hit with the entire family. I used soy cream cheese because of dairy intolerance and double the amount of almonds. It was a great light tart and we will definitely make it again.

  • shmedly Posted: 05/01/10
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    This was really good except the vanilla and almond extracts were overwhelming and fake tasting, and I would leave those out next time. The crust was great, the strawberry glaze was great, I halved the amounts for the glaze (so there would be no leftovers) with no problems. My crust took 8 minutes. I made the tart in a pie pan and the slices came out clean and easy.

  • RedRaider Posted: 04/18/10
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    This is an awesome recipe and well worth the multiple steps. My guests were totally impressed with the presentation as well as the taste. I substituted 2 teaspoons of Amaretta for the almond extract.

  • KaraZ63 Posted: 06/20/10
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    I made this for my Cooking Light Group and it was a huge hit and have it twice since by the ladies that attended. Absolutely worthy of entertaining! No changes necessary.

  • Schematican Posted: 05/26/10
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    Positively fantastic!

  • cwdaisy27 Posted: 04/18/10
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    This was really refreshing and yummy. I would recommend more of the cream cheese layer though, and add whipped cream to the top. VERY tasty!

  • NCfromOhio Posted: 05/03/10
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    I was a wonderful dessert. I made these changes: 1) I substituted cinnamon graham crackers for regular and omitted the sugar in the crust. 2) I used 2 t amaretto instead of the almond extract.

  • Linz711 Posted: 04/26/10
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    Very good, and active time including cleanup was under an hour. I think you could cut back on the sugar a bit. Also, I noticed the recipe calls you to make twice as much strawberry glaze as necessary, which was strange.

  • JPCusick Posted: 07/06/10
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    I only got a small taste. It was gone in less than 5 minutes. I had 3 quarts of the top of the season berries and selected the best medium size ones for the top. Made changes as suggested in other reviews (cinnamon crackers, no sugar; 8 oz cream cheese and 3 tsp amaretto; 1/2 glaze recipe. serve with vanilla ice cream and whipped cream for tour 27th 4th of July party.

  • flaglinda Posted: 04/09/11
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    I make this dessert every year for Easter. It is fantastic!! It's pretty and everyone loves it. I make it exactly as written. Updated review I made this with soy cream cheese due to a dairy allergy and it is still outstanding. It really tasted the same as the one made with real cream cheese. So now I make one of each kind for Easter.

  • msquared61 Posted: 04/05/13
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    I made this for Easter and it was a hit! Not only did it taste delicious, it looked so professional! Many of my guests asked where I bought it! Definitely would make again!

  • dquarles Posted: 04/11/14
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    Made this for Easter last year. It was fantastic!!

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