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25 comments to “Strawberry Mascarpone Tart”

  1. Beautiful tort! Our strawberries are finally ripening in the garden, this would make a great home for a bunch of them, thanks for posting!

  2. When you have beautifully ripe berries and you add something crunchy and some rich cream, you have magic. I know mascarpone is technically a cheese, but the logic is the same. I would dive into this tart.

  3. I have not tried this recipe, but plan to now. Frank Stitt’s Southern Table is one of my favorite cookbooks, too, and my cookbook collection isn’t lacking. Other faves: his recipes for poisson en papillote, spicy remoulade and the Highlands grits (oh lord, the grits — the sauce tastes exactly like the restaurant’s version). Thanks for sharing this!

  4. how do you always know exactly what I want to eat? it’s amazing!

  5. This looks very french! I like the thin crust!

  6. This is my kind of dessert, and I’m not a big dessert person (don’t like cake at all), but the thought of those sweet tart strawberries, the buttery crust and the mascarpone truly makes my mouth water. Will definitely put this on my list of desserts for summer entertaining.

  7. “How could a strawberry mascarpone tart be bad?” I mean, seriously. The photos have me drooling.

  8. So pretty! That thin crust looks very cool.

  9. The crust looks delicious… thinking about trying it with fresh blueberries from my garden.

  10. Thank you! I’ve been racking my brain trying to come up with something easy to make with mascarpone and fruit. For me, strawberries are disappearing fast, but I have figs and fig jam.

  11. Perfect timing! I had just got my hands on about 10 kilos of strawberries and then realised I only had about 3 days to use them all when I saw this “life-saver” recipe. I loved the crisp crust of this tart!

  12. This looks good man!

  13. Looks amazing and best time of the year to make it.

  14. this looks incredible, so glad its strawb season.

  15. Stunning photos! They really display the natural beauty of summer fruit – yum!

  16. Delicious. Would you use this crust for a cheesecake?

  17. I made this last week and it was so, so wonderful! It’s pretty rich with the mascarpone, but that means that one tiny slice is the perfect dessert after a summertime meal.

  18. Not just want to eat it. I want to swim in it :) Great photos. Glad to find your blog.

  19. This looks absolutely divine. Your pictures are really great. I love your site!

  20. Thanks, Evie!

  21. schneiderluvsdoof says:

    August 29th, 2013 at 8:16 pm

    If I were your guest, I would eat your less vibrant tart. I bet it would still be delicious!

  22. Alice McCormick says:

    May 13th, 2014 at 1:47 pm

    This looks absolutely devine!

  23. Strawberry season is done but I’ll bet this would be great with blueberries too

  24. Chris P. says:

    May 23rd, 2015 at 2:16 pm

    I still go back to this recipe, especially now that the Strawberries are so beautiful. Guess what’s for desert tonight!

  25. Hey Chris! Thanks for checking in, glad to hear it remains a favorite.