Blueberry Tart with Walnut Crust

July/August 2008

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For this tart a few tablespoons of maple syrup sweeten the blueberry topping and round out the flavor of the cream filling.

"This is truly a wonderful dessert. I originally made it for a dessert for my husband who was recently diagnosed with diabetes for a Memorial Day Party we had. He loved it and so did all the other guests. I should have made two! I have...
Blueberry Tart with Walnut Crust

18 Reviews for Blueberry Tart with Walnut Crust

Just what I've been searching for!

My son & I are diabetic and its almost impossible to find a good dessert that is low in carbs & sugar and also tasty for the other members of my family. Most diabetic desserts use artificial sweeteners & I don't like to use them. So when I found this recipe, I was skeptical. However, I am pleased to say we all loved it. Not overpowering sweetness, but just right! This recipe is a keeper!

So refreshing!

This recipe is wonderful. I used lime low fat greek yogurt instead of the sour cream. It was delicious!

Easy to make, perfect for a hot day!
Everyone Loved It!

I was worried this wouldn't be sweet enough but it was just right. Everyone loved it. I was asked for the recipe. I will definitely keep this on my list of blueberry desserts, which is one of my favorites.

Easy, simple, yummy
super good and easy

I happened to have some Neufchâtel in my fridge and never used this ingredient before and thought this recipie would be perfect to test it out when I needed to make a dessert last minute. I would have given it 5 stars but needed a couple tweeks to have a more complex flavor. To the filling I added about a tablespoon vanilla extract and about a fifth a cup raspberries and blended it in. Then in addition to blueberries I used a kiwi and a white nectarine for the fruit on top. Everyone loved it and had seconds.

Blueberry Tart with Walnut Crust

Failed to set so ate it as a "soup". Any suggestions?? I followed the recipe carefully. BTW tasted very good.

Taste good
Comments (1)


Anonymous wrote 3 years 20 weeks ago

Consider draining the water

Consider draining the water from the yogurt, by placing it in a coffee filter lined sieve over a bowl, set in the fridge for a few hours. Dispose of the water. This will keep the filling thicker as opposed to soupy.

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