I’m passionate about organic food. Food that is grown and harvested with respect for the earth and it’s long term health is the best food. This month’s post is sponsored by a partnership with Walmart, the retailer who prides itself in being one of the world’s largest retailer of organic items.
Admittedly, it had been a while since I trolled the super center for organic produce. And I’ve been missing out. Wowzers-they’ve done an amazing job stocking their shelves with organic items! The berries I needed for my fruit tart were fresh and perfect. The selection was impressive, I was able to buy all organic ingredients for my tart and I was thrilled. And it didn’t stop in the produce aisle-organic was everywhere! I picked up some butter, ground beef and flour. Any place where I can get beer, motor oil, canning jars and organic produce under 1 roof is destined to be a fave destination. Nice work #Walmart, organic truly is for everyone when it’s accessible and affordable.
Now to get cooking-
Fab Fruit Tart
1 round of pre-made pie crust. If you must- make your fave : )
- 1 quart Stonyfield Organic Whole Milk Vanilla Greek yogurt
- 1/2 cup of organic whipping cream
- 1/4 of organic sugar
- 3 teaspoons of freshly squeezed organic lemon juice
- 1 pound of organic strawberries
- 1 pint of organic blueberries
- 3 organic kiwis
- 1 large can of organic mandarin oranges
- 1/4 cup of organic apricot preserves
Drain the yogurt overnight so the yogurt has the consistency of cream cheese. I saved the netting off a pint of berries and it was perfect for this. I lined the netting with a coffee filter and flipped the qt of yogurt into it. Secure the netting around the container so the yogurt is suspended in the empty quart.
Line a 9″ tart pan with a removable bottom with the pie crust and cook according to package directions. And don’t judge. Its Summer- I want to spend more time outside than in the kitchen : ) Cool until ready to fill.
Mix the drained yogurt with sugar, lemon juice and whipping cream until it’s a spreadable consistency. Spread the mixture into the cooled tart crust. Chill for 3 hours. Arrange fruit decoratively in concentric circles. Heat preserves with 1 tablespoon of water. Brush over the fruit to finish the tart. Enjoy ❤