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    . . .and other small treats. Everyone seems to like these tiny morsels. They are great in a gift basket or on an elegant tray. I do find that people who bypass traditional holiday desserts saying, "Oh, no — I couldn't possibly" will nevertheless nibble on these little bites.
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    These are 12 perfectly-sized little apple pies made in a muffin pan! These are quite the most elegant thing to serve on good china for a ladies tea party.

    Recipe #191726

    From Land O' Lakes...This intense chocolate flavor is for dark chocolate lovers only!

    Recipe #197040

    I received this recipe as part of a Christmas bake exchange. This yummy treats are very pretty and taste like the two bite brownies that I love.

    Recipe #106196

    This is a quick recipe from "Better Homes and Gardens Christmas Cookies Special Publication 2000". I've made it a million times and my family thinks it takes alot of work to make them. SHHHHH!! I usually double the filling recipe and I pipe it into the tarts with my pastry bag (star tip) to make them look even more elegant. I also make them in advance and freeze them.

    Recipe #49467

    From Taste of Home's Simple & Delicious magazine, September/October 2006.

    Recipe #187948

    4 Reviews |  By R.Lynn

    These have great stage presence! Just as cute as can be! They are as easy as they are cute so make extra, they are delicious! Cook time includes the cooling time.

    Recipe #187953

    These are adorable!! I saw them and had to have the recipe. I have not made them yet, but have had the pleasure of eating them at a friends house.

    Recipe #186350

    This tried and true recipe has been enjoyed by many. Hope you like it! Makes enough filling for 1 dozen 3-inch tarts or 2 dozen 2-inch tarts. Recipe may be doubled, tripled, etc.

    Recipe #186568

    Something special for Cranberry Lovers. Either makes 1 dozen 3-inch tarts or 2 dozen 2-inch tarts, your choice.

    Recipe #186569

    This recipe is from Hershey's Kitchen.

    Recipe #186981

    8 Reviews |  By faith58

    My girlfriend got me hooked on these, they are similiar to another recipe here but I use a roll of chocolate chip cookie dough.. Very addictive :) Note the peanut butter cups are the miniature ones. If you would like you can also put hershey kisses on some of them but didn't add that in the ingredients. Also I buy the 100 mini size of the reynolds baking cups and use them for this recipe.

    Recipe #122219

    1 Reviews |  By Annie

    Always a favorite!

    Recipe #13803

    This recipe is adopted from Mean Chef. I have not tried it, but will soon. Mean Chef says: These tiny tarts are a dressed-up version of pumpkin pie. Eliminating the traditional cinnamon and clove seasonings really lets the pumpkin's sweetness come through. And because you don't need a fork, these bite-sized morsels are perfect for a buffet-style party. Prep time estimate includes chilling time for the cream.

    Recipe #52383

    Pretty to look at -- more fun to eat! Angella makes these delicious tarts that are unspeakably yummy. We begged her for the recipe. I still haven't made it but I decided that the world would be better off if I posted it anyways. Enjoy!

    Recipe #183201

    44 Reviews |  By NYAmy

    PERFECT for snacking, breakfast on the go, school lunches, preschool snacks...and don't forget a big cold glass of milk to wash them down!

    Recipe #27999

    Lemony and delicate. For a variation add poppy seeds to the filling. Chilling time for the dough is not included.

    Recipe #177107

    Recipe #177090

    These little muffins are a nice addition to the bread basket on Thanksgiving Day and also a high point of any holiday breakfast or brunch.

    Recipe #147970

    6 Reviews |  By Lennie

    These tarts are a cinch to make, and always a hit at a shower or any gathering. Substitute a vegetable for the seafood to make this recipe vegetarian. This dish also lets you stretch a small amount of seafood; for example, smoked salmon tarts are easier on the budget to put out than a whole platter of smoked salmon. These keep well in the fridge for a day or two, as well.

    Recipe #31964

    These are wonderful little muffins. I could never pass these little gems up. Courtesy of the Abilene, Texas Country Club.

    Recipe #29835

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