Can I just say how fabulous these Cinnamon Toasted Pumpkin Pie Tarts were? Quick, simple and cute as a pumpkin tart 🙂
Break out your Fall cookie cutters….. a leaf, acorn or any fun Fall shape you wanted. These turn out absolutely adorable….and not to mention ultra tasty.
No need to sweat over this recipe, it takes a whole 10 minutes of prep time and they are ready for the oven. Love it! Hope you enjoy 🙂
Here’s your line up 🙂
Is there anything better than a waterfall of sugar!? Lol!
Prepare the pumpkin pie filling.
Mix it all together.
Cut out your cute little pumpkin tart forms!
Brush each with butter then sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar.
Spoon pumpkin pie filling onto center of your pumpkins and time to bake!
Mmmm, toasted and tasty!
Cinnamon Toasted Pumpkin Pie Tarts
- 1 cup canned pumpkin
- 1/4 cup granulated sugar
- 1/4 cup heavy whipping cream
- 1 egg
- 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1/4 teaspoon fresh grated nutmeg
- 4 sheets (2 boxes) of puff pastry thawed
- 3 Tablespoons melted butter
- 3 Tablespoons granulated sugar
- 1 1/2 Tablespoons ground cinnamon
- Melted chocolate for drizzling (optional)
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
- In a large bowl mix the pumpkin, sugar, heavy cream, egg, cinnamon and nutmeg until creamy and well combined.
- Place puff pastry onto a lightly floured countertop and cut out 4 pumpkins per sheet of pastry.
- Place pumpkin cut outs onto silpat or parchment lined baking sheets. Brush each pumpkin lightly with butter then sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon.
- Spoon about 2 Tablespoons of pumpkin pie filling around center of pumpkins leaving 1/4 inch border around edges.
- Bake for 25-30 minutes or until puff pastry is golden brown on the edges and pumpkin pie is cooked through.
- Let cool for 10 minutes on baking sheet then transfer to cooling rack.
- Serve room temperature or chilled. Drizzle with melted chocolate if desired before serving.
Have a great new week, come back soon!
Thank you for posting this easy, wonderful recipe! I have already made it twice this fall. I use a mini pumpkin cutter and then use white chocolate to drizzle the “pumpkin lines”-so adorable and yummy!
These are too freakin’ adorable, I had to give them a try. My attempt at these tart are on my blog today, but certainly don’t stand up to your talent! Thank you for the continuous inspiration, I absolutely love your site!
Ok, these turned out fantastically!! Instead of drizzling with chocolate, I dolloped them with homemade whipped cream. 🙂 Thanks for the recipe!!
I made these last night – couldn’t wait to make my first pumpkin dessert of the season! These were light and delicious – perfect for those who love pumpkin and even those who don’t! I didn’t know what to do with the remainder of the puff pastry (roll it out to use again?) so I just cut the remaining dough into rectangle/squares from the edges and spooned the pumpkin just like for the others. When people want seconds, they don’t care what shape they’re in! 🙂 So so good! Will definitely make again!
I just made these for my apple picking brunch, they went over well. I liked that you could taste the pumpkin and the pastry equally.
I made two small changes and cut my puff pastry into squares. (I hate waste) and offered whipped cream on the side. My guests loved them! Thanks for the idea!
Made these yesterday-FABULOUS!!! But I was so sad to just throw out the extra puff pastry dough…what can you do with the extra?
Made these yesterday for my hubby….they are SOOOOO good! Will definitely be taking them as my dish at a friend’s get together. They were super easy to make and really tasty! I have never used puff pastry before and now I love it. Thank you for such great ideas!
Making these NOW! I can’t wait to try them.
Just made these – loved them!
I’m in LOVE!!! and I have puff pastry just waiting for a fantastic recipe……..and I’ve found it!! woohooo!!! Thanks! My girls will LOVE these!
These are so cute Jenny!
I am always inspired when people come up with fantastic ideas using the simple ingredients. I love this! I can only imagine how wonderful your kitchen smelled during the baking – like fall!
Oh, I LOVE these, Jenny! So cute and easy. Great idea.
These pumpkin tarts are so adorable!! I love that you’re on a pumpkin kick right now. Wish it would cool down in OC so I can turn on my oven!! I can’t wait to try them!
I made these over the weekend and they are fabulous!! I only had a smaller pumpkin cookie cutter, so it made a few more than the recipe said, but the more the better!! :0)
I just finished baking these and they are WONDERFUL! One of the BEST pumpkin desserts I’ve ever had! I even cut out squares and rectangles out of the extra dough so I could nibble on those and take the actual cookies to work tomorrow! YUM!
OMG, these are brilliant. I want them now, and will definitely be making them this fall!! Just bookmarked. 🙂
Thanks so much for sharing. Your pictures are beautiful and your recipes are so inspiring. I went ahead and featured this recipe along with your Chocolate and pumpkin shortbread bars on my Fall Friday recipe post. I can’t wait to try them! 🙂 Check it out: http://chicagocuisinecritique.blogspot.com/2010/09/fall-friday_24.html
These are so flippin’ cute! I love using puff pastry for easy desserts.
Please tell me where you got your fork? It’s absolutely adorable!
These are adorable and look so easy to make. I have some of that puff pastry in my freezer and a can of pumpkin in my cupboard. How fortunate!
Oh my! I went to the store today and bought everything to make these. So easy and SO yummy!!! My family loved them. Thanks for sharing!
This look wonderful! I can just smell them now!
I can’t enough of pumpkin-flavored goodies during the fall season! This looks delicious!
These are so cute! I love the idea of mini pumpkin pies. This will be a favorite throughout the fall.
WOW – these look amazing. A great new way to enjoy pumpkin. Can’t wait to give them a try 🙂
Delicious and easy…my favorite combination 🙂 I will have to give this a try. I have all the ingredients on hand!
Brilliant idea! Love this!
Delicious! They’d be great for breakfast or dessert. Or lunch. Or dinner.
OMG these look sooooo tasty! This look like a great alternative to eating an entire slice of pumpkin pie. Any idea how many calories compared to a pumpkin pie?
I can NOT wait to try this recipe this weekend!! Such a great Fall treat!! Thanks for this awesome recipe!! =)
What a cute idea! These look delicious, I definitely going to have to try these 🙂
These look awesome! I am all about pumpkin this time of year. Made pumpkin waffles for breakfast last Saturday (see blog) and will have to make these next Saturday. Thanks for sharing!
These r so cute! Look yummy! Thanx 4 sharing!:) Going 2 have 2 pull out the “Halloween” labeled box out of the garage now! lol. That’s where the cookie cutters r located.
FYI: made these last night w/ the kids! Turned out awesome and a lot of fun! Thanx again! Btw, what do u do w/ the extra dough?
Oh. My. Gawd!! I have been thinking of pumpkin for the last few days and this morning I wake up to this!!!
*cue the angels singing*
I will definitely have to try these : )
These look AMAZING! You are so creative! I love that you take simple ingredients and turn them into something with “wow” factor! Your photos are gorgeous, Jenny!