Gluten-free blueberry tartlet

Mini rustic blueberry tartlets

This mini blueberry tarlet recipe is surprisingly easy to throw together. It’s a small batch of just 12 mini 6cm tartlets, so if you’re throwing a party then you might want to double up on everything. Something I absolutely loved realising when I made these today, was that I can eye off a block of butter and cut 80g perfectly. A special moment that I wish my talented baking grandmère was still here today with us for me to call her up and tell her.

I hope you enjoy them! A heck of a lot more nutrients and fibre than wheat pastry and sugar-loaded blueberry fillings of regular tarts.

Serve with your favourite cup of tea in the afternoon, OR as a dessert for a dinner party with my lemony coconut custard.

Like tarts? I’ve got quite a few. try the lemon custard tart or the chocolate tart. Both outrageously naughty yet nourishing!

Real Food. Weekend treats. Happy bodies.

Mini Rustic Blueberry Tartlets Recipe


For the PASTRY



  • Blend your flours in a food processor or thermomix for 5 seconds to air and combine.
  • Add your chilled fat and sweetener in small chunks and pulse until combined (TM Speed 7, 3 seconds)
  • Add your egg or chia / water mix and pulse until it “wets” into a pastry.
  • Turn it out and work into a ball on parchment paper and then chill while you mix the filling.
  • Take your blueberries, spices, syrup and coconut flour and combine.
  • Preheat oven to 190C / 360F
  • Then, after 10-20 minutes take your pastry out and roll whole walnut sized balls.
  • Press a little blob of blueberry mix (about 2 tspn) into the middle and bring up the pastry around it roughly.
  • Pop the little tartlette into one of the holes and continue until you’ve got your 12 done.
  • Then, bake in the oven for 20-25 minutes depending on whether your oven is fan forced, so just watch for the colour you see below to know they’re done if you’re not sure!
  • NOTE: When they come out of the oven, you have option to place a few whole blueberries on top so there’s a fresh look to them, rather than the more dark and dull look of oven cooked blueberries. Just a little presentation trick if you want to take it.

Gluten-free blueberry tartlet

Comments 2

  1. They look delicious Alexx!!! I was going to give them a go as i have all the ingredients except for the buckwheat or sorghum flour…. is there any other type of flour i can substitute it with.? possibly wholemeal flour or regular flour??? Thanks Emily 🙂

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      Hi Emily,
      You could use Spelt flour if you’re not gluten intolerant, or you could just jig the flours in the recipe, so do 3/4 tapioca and 1/2 almond mealand the coconut flour same qty x

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