Butter Tarts. Sounds a little Canadian, don’t you think? My standby classic recipe is found in The Allergy-Free Cook Makes Pies and Desserts, but when I had the opportunity to make one more holiday favourite using SunButter, I felt that a twist on the original was the way to go!
If you don’t know, Butter Tarts are traditionally a mixture of butter, brown sugar, and (optionally) raisins or pecans, all baked into a flaky pastry crust. This version does double duty with a little SunButter both in the crust and in the filling. Raisins are added for good measure, but if you’re staunchly against them, just leave ’em out.
This is my final recipe for 2016 featuring one of my favourite allergy-friendly brands: SunButter. You can check out the others by clicking on the photos below:
And in case you already forgot, these little bowls of magic.
You can head on over to the SunButter website for the full recipe here: SunButter Butter Tarts, and be sure to Like them on Facebook (and me, too!) to see even more allergy-friendly (and oh-so-good) recipes, too.
(Disclosure statement: I received monetary compensation and free product from SunButter from a recipe development partnership. I only, however, promote and partner with companies I love and use regularly in my own kitchen. As always, all opinions and recommendations expressed are completely my own.)