Just 5 In The Kitchen With Passports and Pancakes

Just 5: Strawberry Pecan Tart from Passports and Pancakes  |  The Fresh Exchange

Today for the Just 5 in the Kitchen with we have an awesome Summer dessert from Megan Fleiner of Passports and Pancakes. Megan actually wrote a comment a while ago and then I ended up falling in love with her recipes and her photography. She has the sweetest blog that I hope you all take the time to look at and check out!

Megan’s Summer dessert is a simple Strawberry Pecan Tart that takes very little time and is perfectly light for those hot Summer days that are coming our way. Thanks Megan for sharing!!

Just 5: Strawberry Pecan Tart from Passports and Pancakes  |  The Fresh Exchange

Here is what you will need to create this pretty treat:

1 ½ cups raw pecans
2 tablespoons salted butter, cold and cut into pieces
1-2 tablespoons honey
1 pound fresh strawberries, sliced
Half-pint heavy whipping cream

Just 5: Strawberry Pecan Tart from Passports and Pancakes  |  The Fresh Exchange

Begin by preheating the oven to 400 degrees.

Next in a food processor fitted with an S blade, pulse the pecans 20-30 times. You want them to be a course meal, but be careful not to blend too much as they will turn into pecan butter.

In a mixing bowl, mix together the pecans and honey (use 1-2 tablespoons depending on the desired sweetness.) Blend the butter into the pecan-honey mixture using your fingers.

Press the mixture into the bottom of a tart pan (14″x5″ rectangle or 9″ round will work) and bake for 10 minutes in the preheated oven. Remove from the oven and turn down heat to 350 degrees.

Just 5: Strawberry Pecan Tart from Passports and Pancakes  |  The Fresh Exchange

Place the strawberry slices on top of the crust and bake for another 10 minutes. Allow to cool before serving.

In the meantime, whip the cream in a chilled mixing bowl until stiff peaks form. Serve slices of the tart with a dollop of fresh whipped cream.

Just 5: Strawberry Pecan Tart from Passports and Pancakes  |  The Fresh Exchange

Thanks Megan for sharing this awesome recipe. Make sure to follow her blog, Passports and Pancakes for more awesome and easy recipes like this one!

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