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Mon, Apr 27 2015 post by Kristi From ishouldbemoppingthefloor

Lemon Tarts

The lovely, yeasty shell is perfect balance to the tartness of the lemon curd. You can use whichever cookie cutter works best for you...but I love that my star-shaped one makes them loo...

These Lemon Tarts would be perfection at your next brunch.
These Lemon Tarts would be perfection at your next brunch.
There's something about a tart that just seems a bit fun and fancy. But, these are so easy to make...nobody would guess that they're made from only three ingredients. Your guests will think you've been in the kitchen all day long!

These Lemon Tarts would be perfection at your next brunch.
The lovely, yeasty shell is perfect balance to the tartness of the lemon curd. You can use whichever cookie cutter works best for you...but I love that my star-shaped one makes them look like little tulips when baked! 

These Lemon Tarts would be perfection at your next brunch.
Lemon Tarts
6 Rhodes Dinner Rolls, thawed to room temperature
10 ounce jar lemon curd
whipped topping

Spray counter lightly with non-stick cooking spray. Roll each roll into a 5x10-inch rectangle. Using a 5-inch flower or star shaped cookie cutter, cut two tart shells out of each rectangle. Carefully place each tart shell into a sprayed muffin cup. Press the petals or points against the sides of the cups. 

Cover with plastic wrap and let rest 15 minutes. Remove wrap and press the petals or points down again. Poke the bottoms a few times with a fork to prevent bubbles from forming. Bake at 375
°F 5-7 minutes or until tips are golden brown. Remove shells from muffin tin and place on cooling rack.

When cool, fill each one with about a tablespoon of lemon curd. Garnish with a small amount of whipped topping.

These Lemon Tarts would be perfection at your next brunch.
These are such a fun treat to make with the kiddos. Rolling out and cutting is something my boys always enjoy. 

These Lemon Tarts would be perfection at your next brunch.
You can re-roll the rest of the dough to get even more shells out of it. 

These Lemon Tarts would be perfection at your next brunch.
I think this could even be a fun one to try all sorts of jellies and jams inside as well! 

These Lemon Tarts would be perfection at your next brunch.
Perfectly pretty. And delicious!

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Lemon Tarts

Servings: 6-12 | Skills: Intermediate | Prep Time: 30 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 7 min

These cute little tarts are perfect for a Sunday Brunch!

Lemon Tarts
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Ingredients

6 Rhodes Yeast Dinner Rolls, thawed to room temperature
10 ounce jar lemon curd
whipped topping

Instructions

Spray counter lightly with non-stick cooking spray. Roll each roll into a 5x10-inch rectangle. Using a 5-inch flower shaped cookie cutter, cut two flowers out of each rectangle. Carefully place each flower into a sprayed muffin cup. Press the petals against the sides of the cups.

Cover with plastic wrap and let rest 15 minutes. Remove wrap and press the petals again. Poke the bottoms a few times to prevent bubbles from forming. Bake at 375°F 5-7 minutes or until tips are golden brown. Remove flowers from muffin tin and place on cooling rack.

When cool, fill each one with about a tablespoon of lemon curd. Garnish with a small amount of whipped topping.

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