4-Ingredient Fluffy Boozy Orange Tarts made with pie crust, sweetened condensed milk, whipped cream, and orange liqueur. They are easy, delish, and refreshing!
Do you ever feel the need to eat something scrumptious, yet that can be prepared in the blink of an eye? Well, I do... all the time. Afternoons bring a cry of desperation to satisfy my sweet tooth. Our Fluffy Boozy Orange Tarts, made from only 4 ingredients, not only are able to satisfy your cravings but also make the prefect treat for get-togethers and parties. They are delish, beautiful, and can be easily prepared in less than 30 minutes. Cool? 😉
To make seven of these, cut a store-bought pie crust into 7-8 circles with a cookie cutter. Place crusts into small tart pans and bake for about 7-8 minutes.
Then, let cool and fill them with a mixture of sweetened condensed milk, whipped cream, and orange liqueur (or orange essence for a non-boozy version). Refrigerate until filling has set. Right before serving, sprinkle the orange zest and garnish with the berries and mint if desired. Serve and enjoy!
See? Easy peasy, right?
This is the type of recipe that doesn't require any special skills, yet looks like you put major effort into it. Prepare yourself to receive the nicest compliments.
Good thing that we didn't have a party going on the day that I made these. My hubby devoured almost all of them... yep, by himself.
But if we did have a party, you can picture how beautifully our tarts would have displayed on this amazing slate serving tray from SLATE PLATE. Its sleek natural, deep black color enhances the bright and contrasting colors of our Boozy Orange Tarts. The high quality and fine grained material of the tray, combined with its large size and rectangular shape makes this tray multipurpose. It is great for serving a variety of foods such as cheeses, fruit, meats, breads, and of course, desserts too... all while still protecting tables and countertops by means of its acrylic feet.
If you would like to get ahold of a gorgeous slate tray similar to mine for your next party or get-together, they are accessible to you too for an excellent price, as you can see at the link above. For more info about this tray and several other types of serving boards, visit the SLATE PLATE website and connect with them through Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter. I liked mine so much that I am already planning to get myself one of their sushi board sets. 😉
Having cravings? Throwing a party? Now you know just what to make and how to elegantly display these tarts. Ha!
4-Ingredient Fluffy Boozy Orange Tarts
- 1 store-bought pie crust thawed, 9 oz
- 1 can sweetened condensed milk 14 oz
- 8 oz heavy whipped cream thawed
- 1 teaspoon orange liqueur or orange essence if desired
- Fresh orange zest optional
- Assorted berries optional
- leaves Fresh mint optional
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
- Using a 3 ½-inch round cookie cutter, cut the thawed pie crust into 7-8 circles on a lightly floured surface.
- Place into small tart pans, prick bottom of the tart a few times with a fork, and bake for about 7-8 minutes. Let cool.
- Meanwhile, in a large bowl of a stand mixer beat together the sweetened condensed milk, whipped cream, and orange liqueur or essence until obtaining a creamy and fluffy homogeneous mixture. Fill each tart shell ¾ full with the fluffy boozy mixture. Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes or until set.
- Right before serving, sprinkle on the orange zest and garnish with the berries and mint if desired. Served chilled. Enjoy!
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I actually did a double-take when I saw the scant number of ingredients in this recipe--I love love love the idea and will be saving it for those inevitable emergency dessert moments! Thanks for sharing--and the booziness is right up our street 😉
Sugar et al. says
What gorgeous tartlets! I love the idea that they are boozy as well. Lovely new design my friend and so good to hear from you again.
Abbe@This is How I Cook says
Beautiful and delicious and I do love that slate tray! Pinning!
I always keep a can of sweetened condensed milk in the pantry, just for when a dessert craving arrives. A winning recipe, flavorful, yet east to prepare!
Love the slate plate, gorgeous. Also love these tarts, what a great baker you are.
Little Cooking Tips says
Yummy yummy yummy! Panos adores tarts, and these ones look fantastic! Plus, they're very versatile since you can substitute the orange liqueur with amaretto or any other you prefer and make countless variations!:)
Thanx so much for the fantastic recipe dear! Pinned immediately!
Sending you our love,
Mirella and Panos
John/Kitchen Riffs says
That tray is neat. Perfect showcase for these gorgeous looking tarts. And I'll bet they taste better than they look. Thanks!
Oh Denise, these little tarts look so good...and yes, I am loving the idea of a little booze in it!
I hope you are having a fun week 🙂
Karen (Back Road Journal) says
Love simple to make desserts like these and they sound yummy.