Gluten-free Lemon Curd Mini Tarts

Gluten-free Lemon Curd Mini Tarts

Prep time: 10 minutes

Cook time:

Serves: 6

Check out these perfect lemon curd tartlets! Gluten-free lemon curd mini tarts are a delicious and refreshing dessert that can be served on various occasions. They are perfect for a brunch or afternoon tea party, as their tangy and sweet flavors make them a delightful treat. Also these gluten-free lemon curd tartlets are great to serve around Easter.

I decorated these lemon tartlets with some strawberries but you could use other fruits, berries or ground nuts such as pistachios.

Gluten-free Lemon Curd Mini Tarts

Gluten-free Tartlet Shells

The basic recipe for the gluten-free tartlet shells can be found here. Alternative fillings to lemon curd include fruit compotes, custards, chocolate ganache, or whipped cream. Or make savory mini tarts and fill them with cheese and herbs, roasted vegetables, or meats.

I’ve used silicone molds to form the tartlets. There’s no need to dust the pans and they come out perfectly every time. You can find them
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Gluten-free Tartlet Shells

Lemon Curd

The recipe for the gluten-free lemon curd can be found here. Lemon curd is a delectable spread made from fresh lemon juice, sugar, eggs, and butter. It has a tangy and creamy texture.

Gluten-free Lemon Curd Mini Tarts

Love gluten-free baking?

On Gluten-free-Kitchen you can find a number of very tasty cake recipes! How about these:

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Gluten-free Lemon Curd Mini Tarts

  • Prep time: 10 minutes
  • Total time: 3 hours 10 minutes
  • Serves: 6


  • 6 tartlet shells, see recipe
  • 1 glas lemon curd, see recipe
  • strawberries, optionally, to decorate
  • pistachio, optionally, to decorate


  • 1)

    Make the lemon curd according to the recipe. Allow the curd to cool.

  • 2)

    Make the gluten-free tartlets according to the recipe. Let the mini tart shells cool completely before filling them.

  • 3)

    Remove the lemon curd from the refrigerator so it can reach room temperature. Fill the tartlet shells neatly up to the edge with the lemon curd and put them back in the refrigerator so they can set. Preferably at least 3 hours.

  • 4)

    Optionally, grind some pistachios or slice some strawberries and decorate the mini lemon tarts just before serving.

  • 5)

    Once prepared, store the pastries airtight in the refrigerator for 2-3 days.


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