Raisin Tarts

This is my big sister, Cookie's, recipe which when she made them tasted like heaven! She gave me the recipe and I made them for the first time today and WOW they tasted as good as Cookie's and oh so so easy!! She uses already made rich pie dough from the freezer case at the supermarket, but since I live out of country where they don't have such things, I just made my regular Crisco pie crust recipe. I needed to make 1 and 1/2 times the amount to make enough for my rubbermaid mini-cupcake/tart pan, then I had a little dough left over for sprinkling sugar & cinnamon on it and baking, which was fine for my DH ;o) The new rubbermaid tart pan made it IMPOSSIBLE for the tarts to fall apart when getting them out of the pan. Wonderful. Try these rich tasting tarts, you won't be dissapointed!!

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  • Prepare Crisco pie crust as directed on back of Crisco can or use ready made pie dough. Cut dough out and line tartlet pans.
  • Preheat oven to 450°F.
  • Put and then mix all ingredients except raisins, together then blend well (I used my food processor).
  • Add raisins and mix. (If using your food processor, process for 4 seconds).
  • Place spoonfuls of mixture into pastry tins lined with the rich pie crust dough. DO NOT OVERFILL.
  • Bake at 450°F for 8 minutes.
  • Reduce to 350°F until slightly browned, approximately 15 minutes.
  • Let cool completely in rubbermaid type tart pans before removing. If using regular tart pans, let cool for about 10 mins before carefully removing.
  • MAKES 24 tarts.
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"This is my big sister, Cookie's, recipe which when she made them tasted like heaven! She gave me the recipe and I made them for the first time today and WOW they tasted as good as Cookie's and oh so so easy!! She uses already made rich pie dough from the freezer case at the supermarket, but since I live out of country where they don't have such things, I just made my regular Crisco pie crust recipe. I needed to make 1 and 1/2 times the amount to make enough for my rubbermaid mini-cupcake/tart pan, then I had a little dough left over for sprinkling sugar & cinnamon on it and baking, which was fine for my DH ;o) The new rubbermaid tart pan made it IMPOSSIBLE for the tarts to fall apart when getting them out of the pan. Wonderful. Try these rich tasting tarts, you won't be dissapointed!!"

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  1. Mantarae
    This is my big sister, Cookie's, recipe which when she made them tasted like heaven! She gave me the recipe and I made them for the first time today and WOW they tasted as good as Cookie's and oh so so easy!! She uses already made rich pie dough from the freezer case at the supermarket, but since I live out of country where they don't have such things, I just made my regular Crisco pie crust recipe. I needed to make 1 and 1/2 times the amount to make enough for my rubbermaid mini-cupcake/tart pan, then I had a little dough left over for sprinkling sugar & cinnamon on it and baking, which was fine for my DH ;o) The new rubbermaid tart pan made it IMPOSSIBLE for the tarts to fall apart when getting them out of the pan. Wonderful. Try these rich tasting tarts, you won't be dissapointed!!
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