Easy Peach Tartlets Recipe
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Juicy cinnamon peaches, toasted almonds and a generous amount of vanilla glaze over a flaky crust… These peach tartlets are a real treat! We used a pre-made puff pastry so it doesn’t get any easier!
These peach pastries taste amazing and sure look like you spent some time making them. Really they come together so quickly (that can be our little secret ;)). The ingredients are simple and you can use drained canned peaches when not in season. Pin and keep this recipe in mind the next time you need a quick peach dessert.
Ingredients for Peach Tartlets:
1 sheet (1/2 lb puff pastry) – I used Pepperidge Farm brand
1 egg, beaten well with a fork
2 large (1/2 lb) fresh peaches (or use canned/drained peaches)
2 Tbsp granulated sugar
1 Tbsp all-purpose flour
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp vanilla extract
1/4 cup sliced almonds
*Watch our easy video tutorial on how to measure correctly
Ingredients for Vanilla Glaze:
1/2 cup powdered sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
1 Tbsp milk (or add to achieve desired consistency)
How to Make Peach Tartlets:
1. Preheat oven to 400˚F. Thaw puff pastry 20 minutes at room temperature, or until you can unfold the pastry. Cut pastry into 9 equal sized squares and place on parchment lined baking sheet, spacing them 1-inch apart.
2. Beat 1 egg in a small bowl and set aside.
3. Slice peaches into 1/3″ thick slices and place them in a medium mixing bowl. Sprinkle with 2 Tbsp sugar, 1 Tbsp flour, 1/4 tsp cinnamon, 1/4 tsp vanilla and gently fold together with a spatula.
4. Layer 3 to 4 peach slices over the center of each pastry square, being careful not to get peach juice on the surrounding pastry. Brush pastry edges generously with beaten egg. Sprinkle with sliced almonds.
5. Bake on the center oven rack at 400˚F for 17-19 minutes or until puffed and golden at the edges, turning the sheet halfway through baking. Tip: Do not over-bake. It browns very quickly towards the end. Remove peach pastry from oven and let cool on the pan for 10 minutes.
6. While pastry cools, make your vanilla glaze: in a measuring cup with pouring lip, stir together 1/2 cup powdered sugar, 1/2 tsp vanilla and 1 Tbsp milk. Add more milk if needed to reach desired consistency then drizzle every last drop over your warm pastries :).
Easy Peach Tartlets Recipe
- 1 sheet, 1/2 lb puff pastry - I used Pepperidge Farm brand
- 1 egg, beaten well with a fork
- 2 large, 1/2 lb fresh peaches (or use canned/drained peaches)
- 2 Tbsp granulated sugar
- 1 Tbsp all-purpose flour
- 1/4 tsp cinnamon
- 1/4 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/4 cup sliced almonds
- 1/2 cup powdered sugar
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 Tbsp milk, or add to achieve desired consistency
Preheat oven to 400˚F. Thaw pastry 20 minutes at room temp, or until you can unfold the pastry. Cut into 9 equal sized squares and place on parchment lined baking sheet, spacing 1-inch apart.
Beat 1 egg in a small bowl and set aside.
Slice peaches into 1/3" thick slices and place in a medium mixing bowl. Sprinkle with 2 Tbsp sugar, 1 Tbsp flour, 1/4 tsp cinnamon, 1/4 tsp vanilla and gently fold together with a spatula.
Layer 3 to 4 peach slices over the center of each pastry square. Avoid getting peach juice on pastry edges. Brush pastry edges generously with beaten egg. Sprinkle with sliced almonds.
Bake on the center oven rack at 400˚F for 17-19 min or until puffed and golden at the edges, turning the sheet halfway through baking. Note: Do not over-bake. It browns quickly towards the end. Remove from oven and let cool on the pan for 10 min.
While pastry cools, make the glaze: in a measuring cup, stir together 1/2 cup powdered sugar, 1/2 tsp vanilla and 1 Tbsp milk. Add more milk if needed to reach desired consistency then drizzle over your warm pastries.
If you make this recipe, I’d love to see pics of your creations on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter! Hashtag them #natashaskitchen
I find it’s so handy to have a package of puff pastry in the freezer for quick desserts like these peach tartlets, or some of our favorites like these:
Q: What is your favorite recipe to make with puff pastry?
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Everyone LOVED this Dessert! It is so easy and everyone said it could be in a 5 star restaurant! Thank you so much for sharing! You could use any type of fruit for this! Definitely a keeper! ❤️
I’m so glad to hear that, Wendy! Thank you so much for sharing.
Do you think this would work with pecans instead of almonds? Not a big almond fan.
Yes, I think that would work great! 🙂
Hi Natasha, I love to see your videos, you are so funny …!!! Besides your recipes are very good…!!! Thank you and bless you and your family..!!! 🙏🙏🙏
Thank you for that wonderful compliment! You’re so nice, Gloria!
Made these for company and they thought they came from a bakery!
Thanks for the great recipe Natasha and providing such clear instructions along with pictures!
Hi Fatima, thank you for your wonderful comments and feedback. I’m glad to know that the recipe was a huge hit!
Truly easy and delicious! Even my husband who is a tough critic ate just about the whole pan of them- he loved them! Thanks again for another delicious recipe!
Wow! That’s amaaing! I bet this will become a new family favorite!
If I make the peach ones after I bake them can I freeze them and how long
Hi Wanda, we always enjoy these fresh and haven’t tried freezing them. If you happen to try that, I’d love to know how you like this recipe.
Natasha, you inspire me, so many delicious recipes, got to try them
all, you bring the sunshine into my life. Thanks so much
I’m so inspired reading your review. Thank you, Grace!
Have made this many times — it is simple and SIMPLY DELICIOUS!
I use home made canned peaches and apricots are great, too.
I’m so glad you enjoyed it, Nancy! Thank you so much for sharing that with me.
I’ve made several of your recipes & they have all turned out perfectly. I wonder if it’s possible to use premade pie crust rather than the puff pastry for these?
Hi Rebecca, I haven’t tried that so I can’t say for sure, but it might be better to form pockets if using pie crust and make little hand pies.
Thank you so much!!
I made this and it was gone in no time. I have to make a second batch right after the first because they wanted some more!
Great recipe Natashah!
That’s so great! It sounds like you have a new favorite!
Delicious treat, easy to make.
Will definitely make again!
I’m so happy you enjoyed that Marcia!
So easy and delicious- and they look amazing!!! Thank you so much! I can’t eat them all in one sitting, so how do you recommend I store them in the meantime?
Awesome! Thank you so much for your excellent feedback. They are best stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for a few days.
Thanks ffor finally writing about > Easy Peach Tartlets
Recipe -NatashasKitchen.com < Loved it!
This is real quick & easy, I’ve made it twice. Thank you!
So glad to hear that you loved it, Nita. Thank you for your great feedback!
We made this last night w/ canned peaches. Your tartlet was quick, easy, very elegant looking and most importantly delicious! Have you ever made it w/ other fruit like nectarines, plumbs or apples?
I’m so glad you enjoyed this recipe, Dan! Thank you for the wonderful feedback!
Do you have to eat these right away while they are warm or are they still good cold?
Hello Tanya. It really depends on your personal preference but it’s good whether you eat this warm or cold.
Hi, Natasha! This looks delicious and I want to make this for my diabetic sister as a Thanksgiving dessert. I plan on using honey and stevia as sugar substitutes. Any suggestions on that switch?
Hi Brad, I have not tested with either of those to advise, I couldn’t find anything in the comments either. If you experiment I’d love to know how they turn out.
Thanks, Natasha. I’m sure it’s not too difficult, but wanted to ask anyway. I’ll let you know how it turns out. I’m looking forward to making it! Thanks for the idea
You’re welcome, Brad! Looking for your feedback.
This was an amazing recipe! They turned out beautiful and delicious! It’s super easy! I’m making it again tonight!
That’s so great! It sounds like you have a new favorite!
Wow! This is the second recipe I’ve used from Natasha and it was amazing just like the first (Baklava)! It turned out perfect and looked great! Thank you!
That’s just awesome!! Thank you for sharing your wonderful review, Lindsay!
I just saw a recipe on TVfrom a greek restaurant named Axion in denver , They make a cheese cake that has crushed pastachio nuts on top. It looked delicious but I couldn’t get the recipe. Wondering if you could figure it as it is a really good recipe
I made the Easy Peach Tartlets and they were fantastic! Easy and delicious for a family Sunday dinner. You can not go wrong with this. Thank you Natasha!
Awww that’s the best! Thank you so much for sharing that with me. I’m all smiles!
Mine turned out really wet on top. I used fresh peaches, not super juicy ones, and there was syrup over the top and flowing out after a couple of hours. I made the glaze way thicker than the recipe said, so I don’t think it was that causing an issue. Taste was good, though!
I’m happy you enjoyed that. Thank you for sharing that with me Claire.
Easy and delicious! The finished product looked so professional! Thanks, Natasha!
I’m so glad you enjoyed it, Kate!
My 10 year old daughter Katie made the fresh peach tarts. Fabulous and she enjoyed making these as much as eating them.
That is the best when kids love what we moms make and help in the kitchen. That’s so great!
Do the peaches need to be peeled? What do you recommend?
Hi Corey, I left them un-peeled but you can peel if you prefer.
They are still in the oven but the smell is unbelievable! And they look stunning too! Thank you, Natasha!
I bet it smells sooo good in your home right now! I can almost smell it!
These are easy and delicious.
Recipe calls for Vanilla in the ingredients and Vanilla exrtract in the glaze. Are they the same thing?
Hi Tracey, yes sorry about that. It is vanilla extract. I will update the recipe to clarify 🙂
I can’t believe how quick and easy these were to make and they were absolutely delicious. Thank you for an awesome recipe.
I’m so happy you enjoyed these Olga! Thank you for the great review!
Very delicious!!! Thank you for sharing such great recipes.
I’m so happy you enjoyed them. Thank you for the wonderful review!
I made them today ! There are delicious !!!!!!!! Thank’s Natasha . I’m crazing with your recipes
I’m happy to hear you like them so much! Thanks for sharing Martha!
Wow, these truly are fantastic! We made some with peaches and cherries we canned last summer and they were perfect. Thank you for all the wonderful recipes, Natasha! 🙂
You’re welcome Julia! That sounds delicious! I’m glad you enjoy the recipe!! 😀
HI Natasha,Thank you for sharing the recipe.
Do you think I can do it the day before or recommend doing the same day that I will consume? Thanks
Hi Paula, because peaches can be juicy, I think these are best eaten fresh. Leftovers are still good but I think fresh is better 🙂
Have you ever made these with frozen sliced peaches? I’ve got some in my freezer I’d like to use. Think I’d probably thaw and drain well since puff pastry bakes so quickly.
Hi Lin, I haven’t tried it that way but I think you could make it work the way you described it. Make sure they are very well drained so they don’t give off juice. I would probably pat dry with paper towels also.
Very easy and delicious!
Those were gone within few hours.
Will do them again.
That’s so great! It sounds like you have a new favorite!
those tartlets are sooo delicious…
I really enjoyed eating them at friends house…
thanks for sharing…
That’s just awesome!! Thank you for sharing your wonderful review 🙂
These looks so good. Have a question can you make them a day ahead?
I think they would work best to make ahead if you are using canned peaches. Using fresh peaches, they are best the day they are made because fresh peaches are juicier.
On Fridays, I go all out and make a fancy dinner which includes a dessert. Today I decided that this would be the dessert. I made a double batch and they were simple to make, and just so delicious. Thank you for the recipe!
Natasha, I’m so happy you enjoyed them 😀. Thank you for sharing that with us!
Natasha, I made these the other day, they were delicious, and the whole batch was gone in minutes. My boys are not into sweets at all such as cakes, but they loved these peach tartlets. Very easy to make. Thank you for sharing this recipe. I am definitely making these again, most likely in bigger batch this time.
Thank you for such a nice review on the recipe. That is the best when kids love what we moms make. That’s so great!
Natash, I made these one evening, and they were soo good, they were instantly gone! These not only taste delicious, but they look sooo beautiful! Thanks once again for your amazing cooking ideas!!
That’s so great! Thank you for sharing your awesome review! 🙂
So delicious! I’ve made them twice this week. I found that 1 T. milk is too much for that amt. of p. sugar!
I’m so glad you enjoyed the recipe!
YOUR PUFF PASTRY RECIPES LOOK AWESOME. CAN’T WAIT TO TRY THEM. LUV ALL YOUR RECIPES. KEEP THEM COMING
Thank you Phillis 😀.
They look so delicious and easy for sure. Lovely pictures
Thanks Maria! 🙂
Fantastic! Didn’t add the glaze because we are not glaze people. Recipe was exactly as expected. Now I have to wait to hear if my family likes them as much as I did, but we will have to eat dinner first!
Thank you for the fantastic review 😀
Just made them! There are soooo amazing!!!!!!!! One of the best pastries I’ve ever had!!! Thank’s Natasha for this super delicious recipe!!!!!
Oh that’s so awesome!! I’m happy you enjoyed it 🙂
Looks soo good and so simple to make, cant wait to try it! Thanks for all your yummy recipes(:
I hope you LOVE it! Thanks Natasha (wow it kind of feels like I’m talking to myself!) Even weirder, I once had someone win a prize on my blog that had the same name as me – first and last!! Try and explain that one to a giveaway sponsor! Thankfully she lived in another state. It was a little awkward. lol.
Ha,ha, I love your sence of humor, Natasha! Really enjoy your blog!
I’m so happy to hear that! So long as you’re laughing with me. lol.
Loveeee your puff pastry recipes!!! Can’t wait to try this one, and will try it with apples for the fall 😉
Thank you Nina 😀. I will be trying these with apples as well.
Wow! LOVE how easy this looks to make but can easily pass as something bought from a Parisian cafe!
Thank you Patty 😀.
Oh my goodness, Natasha! These are making my mouth water! I wish I had some of these for dessert today- and breakfast!
These for breakfast… I like how you think Shelby 😉.
I will sure make this one sometime. I think the sky is the limit when it comes to fruit: I would also try it with apples or plums!
Let me know how it turns out, and I do agree with you – the sky is the limit 😀.
Wow omg yo these look really way good love peaches especially if they are fresh maybe I can also use apples for the fall winter love the glaze thanx for keeping us up to date here can’t wait for more to come hun cheers
Apples and even pears sound really yummy for this. I’ll have to try both this come Fall 🙂
Mmmmm ahhhhh also pears I can see too maybe apple and pear tarts with a caramel glaze with a cuppa coffee or tea or hot cider can’t wait to try thanx again Natasha dear cheers