What you will find is a juicy fruity filling encased in a buttery tart shell, topped with a cobbler-like streusel oat topping which makes the whole thing taste sort of like a fruit crumb bar. The best bit is when you take it out of the oven and the juices are bubbling and are still slightly sticky.
The whole idea for these mixed berry crumble tarts were just the fact that I had some leftover autumnal berries rattling around in the fridge. I have recently started to make more food using up leftovers or in an attempt to clear the fridge, making space for new groceries. I think some of the best food dishes out there were probably made by chucking a few things together and hoping for the best. I know I’ve certainly made some delicious meals using leftovers, like my quick and easy cheater’s pizza, using a cheese scone as the pizza base and topping it with a variety of things from the fridge as pizza toppings. Now I have these mixed berry crumble tarts to add to my archives.
Since this tart is mainly used to use up leftovers, you can use any combination of red fruit or berries you may have and any jam you have as well.
Rochelle, Oh So Sweet Baker
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