5 Reviews

yummmmmmmm this is almost exactly like my nonnie makes it. I love this recipe. You are a true chef. Thanls for the recipe.

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aricotta2 June 22, 2009

I didn't use your particular ingredients, but I did use your baking method. I was a little sceptical at first, but went ahead anyway. *Beautiful* Every tart was perfect. No spill-overs, and that's a big plus in my book. Only problem......I now have to make double the mixture because I can finally fill the tarts to the top with that buttery goo. Gee.....how will I ever survive :) Thanks so much for sharing your method.

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Diana #2 August 21, 2008

This is very much like my Mom's recipe. I thought they were great. My tart shells must of been a bit smaller, so I made a good 5 dozen. Your idea for preventing them from boiling over really works. I will probably be make my tarts that way from now on. Thanks for the recipe.

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Shar-on December 22, 2007

I made these tarts a while ago and I forgot to rate them. I found them to be very sweet...however my father did like them. I omitted the raisins since I dont particularly care for them, and after tasting how sweet they were I think the raisins would have made them even more so. However I really liked the custardy texture of the filling.

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Nisa October 17, 2006

I am canadain and I use rasins and 3 tbls of milk and no vinagar. They are very good. But I will try them with curants and i like them. But I have never heard of them made thatway.

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Terrylynn July 15, 2005
Real Canadian Butter Tarts