Blueberry Ice Cream Tarts

Snack attack! I think everyone knows that and I’m personally a big fan of snacks – there is literally no day without. In general I try to stick with healthy snacks though. They not only satisfy cravings but also the mind.

Blueberry Tarts

As always this recipe is made without refined sugar and easy to make. The tarts are perfect as dessert after lunch or dinner but also in between. Especially in blueberry season they are a highlight. For those of you who want to change things up you can also substitute the blueberries with raspberries or sour cherries.

Blueberry Tarts

Blueberry Tarts

Through the sweetness of the bananas the recipe doesn’t need any additional sugar and isn’t as fatty as the cashew-based variations.

Blueberry Ice Cream Tarts

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! These tarts are perfect for all the blueberry and snack lovers put there.
Servings 8 tarts
Author Tanith Schmelzeisen

Ingredients

For the crust

  • 100 g dates
  • 50 g dried figs
  • 4 tbs water
  • 45 g almond flour
  • 20 g shredded coconut

For the blueberry layer

  • 4 frozen bananas
  • 50 ml plantbased milk e.g. rice, oat,...
  • 30 g frozen blueberries
  • juice of 1/2 lemon
  • 2 tsp blueberry powder or more frozen blueberries

Instructions

  • In your blender combine dates, figs and water and blend until sticky and smooth. If you own a good immersion blender you could also puree everything.
  • In a different bowl mix almond flour with shredded coconut and add date-fig-paste. Stir with a spoon until well combined.
  • Take your muffin tin and press some of the crust dough in each of the muffin molds. Set aside.
  • Now make the top layer by simply blending all ingredients until well combined.
  • With a spoon fill up your muffin molds with the blueberry ice cream and top with some more frozen or fresh blueberries.
  • Put in the freezer and let it sit for at least 5 hours. Take out of the freezer 15 minutes before serving and enjoy!

 

Blueberry Tarts

Blueberry Tarts

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5 years ago

Ich kann auch nicht ohne Snacken 😉 Hört sich super lecker an! Wobei mir jetzt, wo es kühler ist, eher nach wärmeren Snack ist 😉

Liebe Grüße
Lena | http://www.healthylena.de

5 years ago
Reply to  Lena

Danke für dein Kommentar ! Mit der Temperatur hast du natürlich recht, obwohl meine Familie auf diese Art von Dessert total abfährt 😉 trotzdem, im Winter wäre das sicherlich nicht mein bevorzugter Snack 😀

Kartiyani Sihombing
5 years ago

I can’t find dried/fresh fig. Can i just use dates only?
Thank you

5 years ago

Yes just sub the figs with dates!

Michi
4 years ago

Ich liebe deinen Blog und dein Instagram so sehr!:) Hab diese Ice cream tarts gestern mit Himbeeren ausprobiert und es war so lecker dass auch die “Nichtveganer” in meiner Familie begeistert waren! Werde definitiv noch öfter was von deinen tollen Rezepten nachkochen!:) mach weiter so wie bisher und ganz liebe Grüße aus Österreich 🙂

4 years ago
Reply to  Michi

Oh vielen vielen Dank, solches Feedback hört man immer gerne!!! 🙂 gerade kommt sehr wenig, weil ich derzeit reise, das will ich aber wieder ändern wenn ich zurück bin 🙂

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