Coconut Caramel Tartlets

You guys these coconut caramel tartlets are so good!  And super easy to make too!  If you have tried my Salted Caramel Chocolate Cups, then you know how yummy a caramel made with dates is.  These little tartlets are perfectly proportioned too.  Just a little bite of sweetness.

Coconut Caramel Tarts - My Whole Food Life

This tartlet recipe also makes a very small batch so you don’t have to worry about having too many sweets in your house at once. Very easy recipe as well.

Coconut Caramel Tartlets

Prep Time 15 min Serves 5 tartlets     adjust servings

The perfect bite of sweetness.

Ingredients

    For the crust

    For the filling

    Instructions

    1. In a food processor , combine the crust ingredients.
    2. Press the crust into each tartlet shell . It will seem kind of crumbly. but I promise it firms up in the fridge.
    3. Once all the tartlets have the crust, stick them in the fridge to firm up.
    4. To make the filling, make sure the dates have been soaking in water.
    5. Drain the water that the dates were in, and add the dates to a food processor or blender with the vanilla and 2 T of new water.
    6. Blend until everything is smooth. You may need to scrape down the sides often.
    7. Once the filling is made, spoon it into each tartlet and store them back in the fridge.

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    Recipe Notes

    These tartlets should last 7-10 days in the fridge. Store them in an airtight container. Enjoy!

    Coconut Caramel Tartlets

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    21 thoughts to “Coconut Caramel Tartlets”

    1. These look great! Dough is firming up in the fridge now :) Can I ask how many tartlets you got out of them? I made them in mini muffin cups and got a dozen, but it looks like I might have used too much dough and didn't leave enough room for filling.
    2. Oohh! I love how this recipe is easy to make and they sure look delicious. I'm wondering if a blender would work just as well as a food processor.
    3. Would ramekins work? I don't own any of those cute little tartlet shell pans like you uses. :-) Also, what's the width of your shells? Wondering if my ramekins are big enough.
    4. I just made the tartlets, they look superb. I substituted coco nut creme for the water and used pecans for the crust. Melted a little cacao chips and drizzled over top. Absolutely delicious!

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