Rhubarb & Almond Tarts Recipe!

Hello lovelies,

Rhubarb is seriously nostalgic for me. My grandad use to pick us rhubarb from his land every year and my mum would make a yummy crumble with it.

After baking those lemon meringue tartlets I was desperate to give baking tartlets another go. Thats when it popped into my head that I should do a yummy rhubarb tartlet. Nothing beats bringing old memories back to life.

I suppose you could call this a crumble tart as it’s pretty similar to be fair but this is using ground almonds also.

I can’t tell you how excited I was to bake these and the end result was perfect. Everyone who tried them, loved them! So if you’d like to give baking these a go yourself, the recipes below:

Ingredients You Need:

  • Ready Made Short Crust Pastry
  • A Little Plain Flour
  • 750g Of Rhubarb, Sliced Into Small Chunks (its your choice wether you have fresh or tinned)
  • 140g Of Golden Caster Sugar
  • Juice Of One Orange

Ingredients You Need For Strudel Topping:

  • 1tsp Of Ground Cinnamon
  • 140g Of Cold Butter, Diced
  • 100g Of Ground Almonds
  • 140g Of Plain Flour
  • 175g Light Muscovado Sugar
  • Handful Of Flaked Almonds

How To Make Rhubarb & Almond Tarts:

  • Firstly, gather your ingredients & equipment and preheat your oven to 200C / 180C Fan / Gas Mark 6.
  • Secondly, roll out the ready made short crust pastry on a lightly floured surface and line your tart tins. I used small tart cases but you can use larger ones if wanted. (TIP: leave a little overhang of pastry as pastry does shrink).
  • Once you’ve lined your tart cases, place in the fridge to chill.
  • Next, tip the sliced rhubarb into a roasting tray with the 140g of golden caster sugar and the juice from the orange. Then, toss them together.
  • Using cooker approved foil, cover the roasting tray and bake for around 30-40 minutes.
  • While the rhubarb is cooking, get the tart cases out the fridge and place parchment paper into each and tip baking beans into each case.
  • Place the cases into the oven for 20 minutes.
  • Now, rub the strudel topping ingredients EXCEPT the ground almonds, together until crumbly.
  • Once the tart cases are finished cooking and the rhubarb is out the oven, lower the oven to 180C / 160C Fan / Gas Mark 4.
  • Spoon the cooked rhubarb into the tart cases evenly and sprinkle the strudel & the ground almonds over top, then bake for 20 minutes.
  • Finally, take out the oven and leave to cool before turning out the tarts.

That’s your Rhubarb & Almond Tarts prepared, cooked and ready to demolish!

These are possibly one of the easiest tartlets to bake for sure! They only take a short while to prepare and bake and then your left with a yummy result.

Do you have any foods that bring back memories for you? I’ve got a few different foods which bring back great memories for me, some which I’ll also be bringing back to life here on my blog!

You’ve got to give these a try for yourself! If you like rhubarb you’ll absolutely love these tartlets. Thin pastry with juicey rhubarb, crumble/strudel sprinkled over the top and almonds to add that extra crunch… YES please!

Sending you all tons of love and hugs as always,

Elle xo



  1. September 11, 2021 / 10:39 am

    Rhubarb is one of my favourite flavours. And my grandad used to grow his own too. ❤️ These look and sound lovely.

    • ellegracedeveson
      September 12, 2021 / 10:11 am

      It’s such a nostalgic bake for me, I just love rhubarb. Grandads are so cute aren’t they? These are just delicious! Thank you so much for commenting lovely Xo

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