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Vanilla-Almond Fruit Tart

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With its buttery crust and creamy vanilla filling, you'll get way more credit for this fruit tart than the 20 minutes you spent preparing it call for.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
3 hr 20 min
servings
total:
10 servings
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posted:
3/25/2010
Dear jaxnurse, There are tart pans with removable bottoms, you just lift out whe whole bottom when cooled and either slide off or place ona decorative plate as there is usually about a 1/2" lip on the outer edge that doesn't show.
posted:
3/24/2010
This was good as-is, and I used both sugar-free pudding and cool whip..was great. If someone can answer this, please do: In the photo, the tart is out of the pan on on a plate. How do you do that? It's not in the video or the directions...am I slow? :)
posted:
3/21/2010
Very light. Perfect spring time treat.
posted:
3/19/2010
Delicious! Since I had bought the large box of vanilla pudding I used it with 2 cups milk. The added almond flavoring made the whole dessert. I didn't have to ask my youngest son if he liked it. He ate 3 pieces at one time and he's my toughest critic. Yum!
posted:
3/16/2010
Years ago I made a similar tart which I called Hollywood Pie. The only difference was I used an apple jelly glaze over the fruit. This is one tart which my family enjoyed for many years and still enjoys.
posted:
7/9/2009
Simple to make, attractive & use low calorie cool whip to make less fat.
posted:
7/8/2009
This was so good my friends insist that I make it all the time! So easy and fun to boot!
posted:
7/7/2009
Easiest dessert I've ever made, fast too. I recommend reducing the nilla wafers to 40, I threw out about a 1/4 cup of crust mixture & I was liberal with it, probably 1/4" thick. Last but not least it was delicious, topped with bananas, strawberries, & fresh frozen raspberries. Will last 1 week in fridge.
posted:
6/22/2009
This was delicious! I actually changed the recipe a little because of a mixup with my pudding. I used butterscotch instead of vanilla and I topped the cake with the remaining whipped topping before adding the berries, almonds and kiwi. My mess-up turned out to be yummy!
posted:
6/19/2009
This was very easy to make and was very light and refreshing!
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