Small rhubarb tartes with cinnamon and crunchy crumbles

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Small rhubarb tartes with cinnamon and crunchy crumbles

I'll then volunteer for the self-help group “Crazy for rhubarb”. Well, who is still there?

This week have been processed in the house Kochkarussell already 3 kilos of delicious vegetables and an end is not in sight!

After the Rhubarb marzipan Gugls and rhubarb compote there was yesterday small Rhubarb tarts with cinnamon and crunchy crumbles. And ohhh yes, the rhubarb-love goes on, the rhubarb melts formally into the puff pastry of the tartes, together with cinnamon sugar and sprinkles an irresistibly good combination!
I think the little Rhubarb Tartes are my favorite Kitchens discovery this year. you are unbelievable made quicklyAs soon as the puff pastry thawed, it takes only a few more hands to push the tartes into the oven.

Generally, puff pastry is an absolute no-brainer when it comes to quick pastry with fruit. You just cover it with a few pieces of fruit or sprinkle it with jam, in addition to a few crumbles, nuts or cinnamon sugar, already are the delicious cakes as good as finished.

The rhubarb tarts with cinnamon are just the right treat for you when you stand on the refreshing blend of sour rhubarb, crispy puff pastry and caramelized cinnamon sugar. I could already push the next tart, but for self-educational reasons I leave you today for the most part the first step! Let's taste the little rhubarb happiness <3

To Print

Rhubarb tarts

portions: 5

Calories per serving: 348 kcal


  • 300
  • 1
  • 1
    orange abrasion
  • 2
  • 5
    Brown sugar
  • 25
    hearty oatmeal
  • 20
  • 5
    puff pastry
    250 g


  1. Thaw the puff pastry in the refrigerator

  2. Preheat oven to 200 degrees.

  3. Wash the rhubarb, peel it off and cut into pieces 8 centimeters long. Quarter each piece so that you can place the rhubarb well on the tartes

  4. Add the cinnamon, orange grated, 1 tablespoon flour and 3 tablespoons sugar in a large bowl together with the rhubarb, set aside

  5. In a second bowl, add 1 tablespoon of flour, 2 tablespoons of brown sugar, oatmeal and butter to a crumbly pastry

  6. Spread puff pastry slices on baking tray covered with baking paper

  7. On each slice, first add some of the cinnamon-sugar mix from the first bowl, leaving a 1 cm wide edge at the edge. Then arrange the rhubarb pieces next to each other

  8. To finish off, spoon some of the crumbly oatmeal dough on each tart

  9. Bake the tartes for 20 minutes and enjoy lukewarm

Adapted to this Recipe for Rhubarb tarts with toffee oat crumble

Now I wish you the most wonderful Easter days my loved ones, make you beautiful and greets Master lamp of me!

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