A light and flaky, yet rich and indulgent pastry, that is made with a simple shortcrust pastry, filled with goat cheese, and baked in a flaky pie crust.

You can have the same cheesecake you get at a restaurant, at home with a few simple ingredients and a little practice. The tart is made with a puff pastry crust topped with whipped goat cheese and a raspberry coulis. The addition of the raspberries flavors the crust, but the goat cheese is there to make the tart creamy.

A tart is a baked or steamed tart that is usually fruit flavored and topped with a sweet or savory pastry or crumb topping. They may be filled with fruit or custard pastry. There are other kind of tarts such as the galette, bakewell tart, quiche, eclaire, and the ladyfinger.

When I think of tart, I think of something sweet or extremely eggy, but today we’re presenting a recipe for a Goat Cheese Tart that is neither sweet nor eggy. And you’re going to like it! To shake up your morning routine, we’ve blended three distinct cheeses and wrapped them in salty, delicate prosciutto. Check out the video below to see how to prepare this easy dish!

What Foodie Doesn’t Enjoy a Savory Tart?

To be honest, I associate tart with a thick, buttery crust with a sweet, chocolate interior. Essentially, a tart is usually something delicious to me. Is that, however, being fair to savory? I’ve always preferred savory over sweet, but before tonight, I had never enjoyed the savory tart! These thick, moist, full goat cheese tarts are always wonderful. Plus, unlike a sweet tart dish, they’re a lot simpler to prepare and have on hand for meal prep or a dinner party. That said, if you’re looking for a sweet tart, we’ve got the perfect one for you! Your life will be changed by our Dark Chocolate Tart! Guaranteed.

We’ve got more low-carb appetizers for you.

These tarts are excellent for meal prep or a fast work lunch, but what about as low carb appetizers? These tarts will “wow” your visitors and have them begging for the recipe before they go! Other low carb appetizers to offer at a Christmas party or get-together are our Fried Goat Cheese, a cheesy classic, our Simple Deviled Eggs, a fan favorite, and, of course, Buffalo Chicken Dip with vegetables or store-bought flackers!

This Goat Cheese Tart Recipe uses simple ingredients and a quick prep to make your new favorite low carb appetizer!


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Goat Cheese Tart on a Keto Diet!

If I haven’t yet persuaded you, you really must try these goat cheese tarts for yourself. We guarantee that your whole family will adore them, and that they will quickly become a household favorite. It’s simple to prepare, adaptable to your preferences, and always tasty. If you make these Goat Cheese Tarts, be prepared to make a second batch right away!

This Goat Cheese Tart Recipe uses simple ingredients and a quick prep to make your new favorite low carb appetizer!

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Recipe for Goat Cheese Tarts

Breakfast mix of eggs, spinach, and goat cheese in prosciutto cups.

37 minutes in total

8 Tarts (servings)

194 calories per serving

Time to prepare: 5 minutes

Time to Relax: 5 minutes

Time to prepare: 27 minutes


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • In a medium-sized pan, melt the butter. Sauté the kale, garlic, and red pepper flakes for 2 minutes, or until aromatic and wilted. Remove the pan from the heat and put it aside.

  • Spray a muffin pan with nonstick spray, then line 8 cups with prosciutto to make cups.

  • Eggs should be gently whisked in a small bowl. Add cream cheese, goat cheese, Romano, rosemary, salt, and pepper to the same bowl. Stir everything together until it’s completely smooth. 

  • Mix in the mixed greens with the cheese combinations well.

  • Using a spoon, evenly distribute the mixture among the prosciutto cups. Serve with chopped red pepper on top.

  • Cook for 20 to 25 minutes, or until golden brown and firm. Allow for a 5-minute cooling and firming period.


Net Serving Size: 1 Tart Carbs: 2 g per serving

Nutritional Information

Recipe for Goat Cheese Tarts

Per Serving Amount

194 calories 153 calories from fat

daily value in percent*

17g26 percent fat

2g1 percent carbohydrate

9 g of protein (18%)

* Percent Daily Values (%DV) are calculated using a 2000-calorie diet.

Chef’s Specialty: Main Dish


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