No Bake Passionfruit Tart

Ramadan has flown past and we’re already in the last 10 days! We hosted a few Iftars this month and while I was searching for a quick and delicious way to impress the guests, I discovered a new way to use my new tart tins I bought recently.

This was also a great way to use my stock of passionfruit so hence came a No Bake Passionfruit Tart! Yummm… This tart is so easy to prepare (you must know that I only do easy recipes ’cause I ain’t spending all my time in the kitchen!) and you will be shocked at the sheer simplicity of it.

Passionfruit Tart Shells lined with Whipping Cream

It does require tart tins but I’d say you can fill it up in any container you wish (you wouldn’t be able to take it out though). The tins have a removable base and are pretty inexpensive.

The base is made of crushed digestive biscuits mixed with melted butter which helps bind it. When the tart shell is ready, you can fill it with anything you please. I filled mine with whipped cream with passion fruit pulp.

Read below for the detailed recipe:

No Bake Passionfruit Tart

These passionfruit tarts are so easy to make and did I mention they are sugar-free too? 🙂

Course Dessert
Keyword nobake, passionfruit, tart
Prep Time 10 minutes
Freezing Time 30 minutes
Servings 4 tarts
Author Hungryoungwoman

Ingredients

  • 15 digestive or graham crackers crushed
  • 1 cup whipping cream
  • 4 tbsp butter melted
  • 4 passionfruit pulp

Instructions

  1. Mix the crushed biscuits with melted butter until it is fully incorporated. Line the tart tins with the mixture 

  2. Freeze for at least 30 minutes to 2 hours. For best results, overnight freezing is recommended

  3. In a bowl, fold passionfruit pulp into the whipping cream. Be careful not to overmix as you do not want to lose the airy texture

  4. Before serving, fill the tart tins with passionfruit whipping cream and add more pulp if required as a garnish

Recipe Notes

Remove the tart tins just before serving so the shape stays

Other ingredient options: You can garnish the tarts with berries of your choice. The filling is really up to you 🙂

Passionfruit Tart

I love preparing this Passionfruit Tart as it is different from what is usually served. Also, the leftover whipping cream, if any, can be had on its own (is it only me who loves whipping cream?)

So, what do you think? Do you also resort to lifesaver recipes sometimes? Let me know your thoughts…

Until then, happy eating! xx

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