Kiwi and Almond Crustless Tart | © 2015 |

If you're watching your sugar and carbohydrate intake, but still feel the need for a treat, you really can't do much better than this sugarfree, crustless fruit tart recipe which can be adapted to use whatever fruit is in season. It is basically a frangipane tart without pastry crust and very easy to put together. It’s buttery, nutty, moist, and totally irresistible. Serve it with whipped cream if desired.

Kiwi and Almond Crustless Tart

adapted from Donna Hay
  • 90 g Butter, softened
  • 9 package NuNaturals white stevia powder (or 90 g Brown sugar)
  • 2 Eggs
  • 120 g Almond meal
  • 40 g Einkorn flour
  • 1/4 tsp Baking powder
  • 2 tsp Finely grated lemon rind
  • 3 Kiwis, peeled, and quartered
  1. Preheat oven to 160C/320F. Lightly grease a 10cm x 33cm loose-bottom fluted tart tin.
  2. Place the butter and stevia in the bowl of a food processor and process until just combined. Add the eggs, almond meal, einkorn flour, baking powder and lemon rind and process until just combined. Spoon the mixture into the prepared pan.
  3. Press the kiwi quarters into the tart mixture and bake for 35–40 minutes or until cooked when tested with a skewer. Allow to cool in the tin. Serve with whipped cream if desired. | © 2015 | | © 2015 |


Vicki Bensinger 1/3/15 11:42

Angie this is beautiful. I've never cooked with kiwi before but love the fruit. Thank you for sharing this recipe. I will be sure to try it. Donna Hay always has great recipes.

Medeja 1/3/15 11:45

Looks like a great and healthy sweet! I definitely need to try it :D

Marcela 1/3/15 11:50

ohh... This tart reminds me of my childhood! I was eating kiwi every single day! Such a great idea!

Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 1/3/15 13:22

How pretty. The kiwi's look like little green madeleines on top of the tart. Kiwi's are an underused fruit n my book and deserve more attention.

Rosa's Yummy Yums 1/3/15 14:17

It looks and sounds delicious!



Easyfoodsmith 1/3/15 15:21

The tart is an absolute beauty! You made me crave for it ;-)

Mijú 1/3/15 15:42

Se ve genial!!
Un saludito

fimère .b 1/3/15 16:23

excellente idée, j'aime beaucoup
bonne journée

Sandra | Sandra's Easy Cooking 1/3/15 16:42

I love kiwi, but to be honest, this is the first time I've seen in baked goodie (like that). It's unique, and I am sure very delicious looking at the recipe and your fab pics. I'm about to experiment with Almond flour... Tempted to try making something like banana bread or your tart.

Ritu Ahuja 1/3/15 17:48

Gorgeous tart. Very inviting. It looks awesome. Yummy yummy :)

Tessa 1/3/15 19:18

Stunning presentation! I have not baked with kiwis before and now I am going to have to try it!

CookWith Manali 1/3/15 20:55

Beautiful looking tart! :)

Dawn Yucuis 1/3/15 21:16

Looks like a beautiful tart. I have never thought of baking with kiwi, sounds yummy!

Susan 1/3/15 21:48

I love Kiwi, but have never baked with them...thank you for the wonderful idea!

Catherine 1/3/15 22:00

Dear Angie, This looks beautiful. My daughter would love this since she loves kiwis. It would go perfect with tea. xoxo Catherine

The Yum List 1/3/15 22:37

What an inventive use of kiwis!

Debra Eliotseats 1/3/15 22:44

I am imagining this with all sorts of fruits and different combinations. Thanks for the sweet treat.

Jasna Varcakovic 1/3/15 22:47

Quick and easy; love Donna's recipes!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 1/3/15 23:43

Our oldest daughter recently found out that she is slightly gluten intolerant. Not severe but she is trying to make some dietary changes. I'm going to save this for when she comes for dinner next! It looks beautiful and delicious, Angie!

Christine Ho 2/3/15 00:52

Beautiful tart, Angie. I want a bite of it with a cup of tea right now. :)

Beth 2/3/15 00:52

I've given up sweets for Lent, but this is something even I could eat!

grace 2/3/15 01:04

i've definitely never seen kiwi used in this way--how clever and delicious!

Cheri Savory Spoon 2/3/15 01:28

Hi Angie, you should think about writing a cookbook, your recipes are unique and exactly what so many people are looking for, this looks delicious.

Ashley@CookieMonsterCooking 2/3/15 01:54

I love how simple this is! It looks fantastic! And with the kiwi - I haven't had kiwi in far too long!

Cheap Ethnic Eatz 2/3/15 02:10

Amazing tart and so nice it is a bit lighter of the hips. Love the choice of kiwi, pretty original. And great that you can adapt the fruits to the seasons.

Nammi 2/3/15 04:05

I never tried using kiwi in cooking. tart looks delicious

Nammi 2/3/15 04:06

I never tried using kiwi in cooking. tart looks delicious

kitchen flavours 2/3/15 04:53

Such a lovely tart! Looks delicious!

Abbe@This is How I Cook 2/3/15 05:23

To be honest, I have never thought about baking a kiwi. I do not know why this is the case. Another good one, Angie!

Asha Shivakumar 2/3/15 07:06

What a pretty little tart..I've not baked with kiwi at all. This looks so amazing.

Alida 2/3/15 11:02

So rustic and so yummy. This is my sort of tart. I don't use kiwi often so I love your version here. Great idea to pair them with almonds!

Jayanthi Sindhiya 2/3/15 13:02

Tart looks your version with kiwi

Monica 2/3/15 15:07

Love frangipane and I don't think I would miss the crust here at all with that as a basis. The kiwi is such a surprise and lovely how there can be many possibilities.

Tricia Buice 2/3/15 15:26

This is so pretty - love the low carb and low sugar option while still getting a treat! I've never thought to cook with kiwi - how cool! Have a great week :)

backroadjournal 2/3/15 15:46

Your pretty tart looks good Angie, I should use Kiwis more often.

dedy oktavianus 2/3/15 16:33

Simply damn delicious and stunning looking tart Angie !!!
Dedy@Dentist Chef

Shashi Charles 2/3/15 20:39

Angie - this is gorgeous! I've never baked kiwi before and I am totally intrigued!

Pam 2/3/15 22:34

That's a very pretty tart, Angie and I bet it's delicious! Kiwi rules!

Geraldine Saucier 2/3/15 23:30

Angie, you never cease to amaze me with your wonderful baking. This recipe is no exception. Thanks for sharing.

Yelena Strokin 2/3/15 23:53

Lovely tart/cake. I wonder how cooked kiwi tastes like-))



Gloria Baker 3/3/15 00:48

Amazing dear ! I love how look the kiwis in the tart ANgie! xo

Judit + Corina @Glamorous Bite 3/3/15 01:02

What a fun way to have your kiwis and we can imagine a nice big dollop of whip cream with it right now! Delicious!

Gingi Freeman 3/3/15 03:32

That looks straight up gourmet!! I love it! <3 -

faithy bakes 3/3/15 06:48

Looks delicious! Baking with Kiwi is a great idea. Is there an after taste for sugarfree bakes? I tried baking with splenda granulated before (not this recipe) and the cake tasted terrible...tasted strange.

Juliana 3/3/15 06:51

This is such pretty dessert Angie...I have never baked using kiwi...and yes, I love the idea of crustless...
Have a great week :)

Caroline Taylor 3/3/15 11:44

What a great way to use kiwi, never thought of baking it before.

Barbara 3/3/15 14:13

I love baking with almond flour, Angie. Your tart looks marvelous and how unusual to use kiwi as the fruit. Fun!

Sophies Foodie Files 3/3/15 16:26

What a lovely tart,...beautiful!
it also looks lipsmacking tasty! MMMMMMM! I love kiwi too!

Pam 3/3/15 16:28

I bet this tart has incredible flavor!

Sokehah Cheah 3/3/15 16:28

This looks yum. Have never baked with kiwi before. Thanks for sharing!

Sokehah Cheah 3/3/15 16:29

This looks yum. Have never baked with kiwi before. Thanks for sharing!

Koko 3/3/15 17:36

I'm a huge fan of kiwi fruit! I've never thought to bake with it like this. I love this sugar free option for a treat!!

Hema 3/3/15 17:41

That looks awesome, never tried kiwis in baking, very very tempting..

Shibi Thomas 3/3/15 18:37

I never tried kiwi in baking. I wonder how it tastes? I liked your rectangle tart pan.

Regina 3/3/15 21:40

I don't think I have ever baked with kiwi fruit. This tart looks so wonderfully fresh. Makes me want for spring to hurry up already ;)

Chris Scheuer 4/3/15 00:10

Looks beautiful Angie! Love the long rectangular tart pan!

Nippon Nin 4/3/15 00:14

You're very artistic! Your photos, presentation are splendid!

Liz Berg 4/3/15 02:19

I've never eaten kiwis in baked goods, but I'm dying for a slice of this beauty! Nicely done, Angie :)

Noob Cook 4/3/15 06:58

I love kiwis! This tart is so beautiful.

Muna Kenny 4/3/15 12:35

It's beautiful and is great with coffee! If I have it for breakfast, I'll be happy the rest of the day :)

Joanne 4/3/15 14:04

I rarely see kiwis baked into desserts like this! So delicious!

lena 4/3/15 14:54

very rare i see baking with kiwi fruit and you hv made the tart looking so beautiful!

Emma @ Bake Then Eat 4/3/15 16:11

What a great way to showcase kiwis, beautiful looking tart.

tigerfish 5/3/15 03:20

What a "sweet" way to enjoy kiwi :)

Kitchen Belleicious 5/3/15 04:24

love seeing the beautiful green fruit on the top of the tart. such a creative and flavorful tart. I love it

Choc Chip Uru @ Go Bake Yourself 5/3/15 05:05

What a tasty tart, I love kiwifruit and have never tried it with almond :D

Choc Chip Uru

Kelly 5/3/15 06:08

This tart looks amazing, Angie! Love the kiwi and the einkorn flour in here!

Ivy 5/3/15 23:09

How original! Never thought of using kiwis in a tart.

Sophies Foodie Files 6/3/15 18:50

I made your delicious cake aka tart today & love it! My hubby & friends agreed with me! xxx

[Reply] 8/3/15 20:56

Such and original recipe. I have never baked with kiwis even though I love them. I never baked with eikorn flour before. I would have to look into that!

Roz Corieri Paige 22/3/15 17:24

I love the almond frangipan base of this tart and the kiwi adds so much color and flavor! Yes, I am watching my sugar and carb intake (as always) so this could be enjoyed with less guilt! Love the way you photographed this Angie!

Terra 1/5/15 06:23

I would've never thought to add kiwi, but I love the idea of adding that tart flavor. It looks fabulous, Hugs, Terra


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