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“I am Berry Delicious. Eat me.” This was the tag posted alongside the first berry tart that I helped my mother make. It was for a school event; a school fair. The students in our grade level were asked to bring a dessert that we helped made and sell it to parents and visitors. This was the only dessert that wouldn’t have ended up in a kitchen disaster with me helping so this is what I had brought to school that day. It was a hit. They all said that it was because the fruits’ tastes were complemented by the sweet tart filling. I didn’t even have to worry about it tasting bad after it’s not as cold because it was sold out in the first few minutes. Ever since I had to bring it to every class event because even our teacher had loved it.
It was made of the simplest ingredients and it was no bake, something that a child can help make without a parent worrying over burns and knife injuries. My mom had already cut the fruits. All I had to do was help make the filling and it was an easy task. I found this recipe online that reminded me of that day. There were a few differences, yes, but the taste was similar. You need to try this berry delicious recipe. You have to berry-ve me. Okay, that was a bad pun, but you get my drift.
Photo courtesy of Honesty Flambé. Recipe courtesy of the Food.com.
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Quick Tip: You can try other berries or fruits for this recipe.