These Vegan Raspberry Granola Tarts are easy to make and delicious. They are composed of an oat-based crust and a creamy raspberry silken tofu cream. The tartlets are gluten-free, oil-free and refined sugar-free.
Vegan Raspberry Granola Tarts
Have you ever made a granola tart? It’s a really fun and easy dessert idea for all granola lovers. If you’re like me and granola is one of your favorite things to eat, you will love these granola tarts!
These mini tarts are filled with a silken tofu raspberry cream. It’s low in fat, rich in protein, light, creamy and delicious. If you’re looking for a filling-but-still-light vegan dessert idea, this recipe is for you!
Granola Tarts with Silken Tofu Raspberry Filling
I wanted this dessert to be quite light so I decided to use silken tofu instead of cashews.
Cashews are often used in vegan cheesecakes because they add a lot of creaminess, but I find that desserts with cashews are often very heavy. Not only does silken tofu bring the same creaminess, but it’s also lighter and cheaper.
Oh, and you can’t taste it at all!
How to Make the Granola Crust
You will only need 3 ingredients for the granola crust: oat flour, peanut butter and agave syrup or maple syrup.
All you have to do is combine everything in a bowl with a spatula until you obtain a thick dough. Then, press the dough into 4 individual tart molds and bake for 10-12 minutes or until golden brown.
If you have a high-speed blender, you can make your own oat flour by simply blending oats for a few seconds until they resemble a fine flour. Here is the high-speed blender I use.
How to Turn the Granola Crust into Granola Bars
The granola crust is adapted from my Vegan Granola Bars Recipe.
If you want to make granola bars, simply use oats instead of oat flour and add a handful of nuts if you want some more texture. Press the granola into a square baking dish lined with parchment paper and bake for 8 minutes or until golden brown.
Then, slice into bars and enjoy!
Are these Granola Tarts Gluten-Free, Oil-Free and Refined Sugar-Free?
Yes, yes and YES!
As most of my recipes, these raspberry tartlets don’t contain any gluten, oil or refined sugar. They are a great healthy and cheap dessert idea that everyone will enjoy.
How to Store these Vegan Raspberry Tartlets?
These mini tarts keep well in the fridge in an airtight container for 3 days. If you want, you can also freeze the baked granola crusts for later. These glass containers are very useful to store leftovers and for meal prep.
I hope you guys will love these healthy vegan raspberry tarts! They are:
- Refined sugar-free
- Great for breakfast or dessert
- Perfect for summer
Have fun baking!
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