Granola Fruit Tart
Granola Fruit Tarts are a delicious breakfast or brunch recipe made with a baked granola crust and a vanilla yogurt filling topped with your favorite fresh fruit.
These amazing Granola Fruit Tarts taste as good as they look. The crisp granola crust is baked in 10 minutes and the creamy vanilla yogurt filling just needs to be chilled before topping it with your favorite seasonal fruit.
This simple breakfast of granola and yogurt makes a great addition to brunch. It’s a nice change from the more typical dishes like lemon cream cheese danish, blackberry lemon muffins, and chocolate croissants.
It is the perfect make-ahead breakfast or brunch recipe. Make it into several mini tarts or one big tart and then decorate it with fruit before serving it to friends and family.
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Ingredients You’ll Need
- Vanilla Greek yogurt
- Cream cheese
- Granulated sugar
- Vanilla extract
- Fruit of your choice
What is Granola?
Granola is a breakfast or snack food consisting of rolled oats, nuts, and a sweetener such as honey or brown sugar. The mixture is then baked until it is golden brown and crisp.
There are many types of granola sold in stores included flavors granolas. You can use plain granola or a flavored granola that you think compliments your tart. I used a honey vanilla flavored granola and it was delicious!
How to Make the Tart Crust
To make the crust for your tart you start by combining the granola, softened butter, and honey in a bowl. You’ll want to make sure your butter is room temperature, not melted, so that it is a very soft but still a solid.
Once the mixture is thoroughly combined press it into a greased 11-inch tart pan or 6 greased 4-inch tart pans. Make sure to line the bottom of the tart pan with parchment paper in addition to greasing it. This will make it easier to get the removable bottom of the tart pan off of it before serving.
Place the tart pan(s) on a baking sheet and then bake at 350 degrees F for 10 minutes.
Make sure to let the tart crust cool completely before filling.
What Type of Tart Pan to Use
A tart pan is a fluted pan with a removable bottom. They are typically round but can also come in a square or rectangle.
How to Make the Yogurt Filling
The simple yogurt filling is made with Greek yogurt. We used a flavored vanilla yogurt but you could use another flavor or unflavored if you prefer. The yogurt is mixed with cream cheese, sugar, vanilla extract, and gelatin.
Once everything is thoroughly combined you simply pour it into the tart crust(s) and then put them in the refrigerator to firm up.
Before serving you add your favorite fruit for extra color and flavor and you have a delicious breakfast tart!
Can You Make it Ahead of Time?
Yes, this recipe can be made up to 2 days ahead of time. Make your tart crust and fill with the yogurt filling then cover with plastic wrap and store in the refrigerator.
Add the fresh fruit right before serving.
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Granola Fruit Tart
- 4 cups Granola
- ½ cup Butter, softened
- 4 tablespoons Honey
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
- Combine granola, softened butter, and honey in a bowl. Mix well.
- Prepare your tart pan(s) by greasing them with non-stick spray or melted butter and lining the removable bottom with parchment paper.
- Press mixture into six 4-inch tart pans or one 11- inch tart pan.
- Place the tart pan(s) on a baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes.
- Remove from the oven and let cool completely.
- Mix yogurt, softened cream cheese, sugar, vanilla extract and gelatin in a mixer until whipped completely.
- Immediately pour filling into cooled tart crust. If using 4-inch tart pans it is approximately ¼ cup of filling per tart.
- Place tart(s) in refrigerator for least an hour before serving.
- Top with desired fruit and serve.
This recipe was first published on December 21, 2014. It was republished with updated recipe and photos on April 15, 2020.