Plain Yogurt Tart

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Level of difficulty: Easy



  • 1 cup of flour
  • 1/2 cup of sugar
  • 1 stick of butter (113 g)
  • 1 egg


Put all ingredients in a medium bowl.

With your hands mix them until they create a smooth, light brown dough.

Spread the dough in a tart or pie pan.


Bake at 325 F (163 C) for 25 min.




  • 2 1/3 cups (600 ml) of plain yogurt
  • 3 eggs
  • 2 Tbsp of flour
  • 1 tsp of vanilla extract or vanilla seeds
  • 3/4 cup of confectioners sugar
  • 1.5 Tbsp of honey


Mix all ingredients together well.

Pour the filling into the already baked crust.


Bake at 375 F (190 C) for 30 min.


After it cools, decorate it with your favorite berries.



This is the ideal dessert for the summer. It is light and not too sweet. The fruit is the perfect addition to this summery treat.

The flavor is similar to that of a cheesecake, but it is much lighter as it is yogurt based. It is also easier and faster to make than a regular cheesecake. The texture is very smooth and fluffy.

I think it tastes the best once it is chilled. It becomes more refreshing.

This has been a summer favorite for me and everyone that I have made it for. I love eating it when sitting outside and drinking some cold lemonade or a smoothie.

Enjoy 🙂




24 Comments Add yours

  1. Looks and sounds lovely! 😊 I love berries in the summer!

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  2. rightorwrongbakery says:

    This looks great!!! I am going to bookmark this and try it later

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    1. rightorwrongbakery says:

      I am actually currently baking this and I was wondering if I had permission to include this recipe on my blog, ofc giving credit

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      1. Of course yes 🙂

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  3. Looks really inviting. Definitely trying this soon.

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  4. EverydayGoddess says:

    You make it seem easy! I’ll definitely try it. Here is my personal favourite, chocolate chip cookies…..

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    1. Oooh they look amazing!

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  5. megzcooking says:

    I was scared of trying tarts as it seemed a lot of work.. but your recipe seems easy.. will definitely try it…

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    1. It is very simple to make and tastes amazing 🙂

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  6. Cheri says:

    Yummy – that does look amazing! thanks, ill have to try it 🙂 If you like vegan/vegetarian food try this one i made it is soooo good

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    1. Definitely going to have to try it. Looks amazing!

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  7. This looks great 🙂 Will try it!!!

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    1. Let me know how you liked it 🙂

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  8. Awesome technique, mixing and forming the crust by hand. Bumps up the “handmade” percentage a few spots. How do you imagine it would be with thinly-sliced peaches and raspberries atop it? Going for the whole “Melba” theme.


    1. I think it would taste great! I’ve tried it with raspberries before but not peaches. Let me know how it turns out 🙂

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      1. Definitely, though I’ll wait a month or so for Chambersburg peaches, the best available here in the Northeast. Wouldn’t want to insult the tart, after all!

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      2. Chambersburg peaches are perfect just about now, so I’ll attempt your tart this weekend. We’ll see how successful I am Saturday or Sunday!

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      3. I’m looking forward to hearing how it turn out!

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  9. Yum! This looks delicious and so simple to make! It’s definitely going on my list of things to make this summer!

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  10. This is great, will try it soon! So much handier and healthier with yoghurt than custard or other filling.

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  11. Cool recipe it looks very good so absolutely worth to try

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  12. Nilzeitung says:

    toll ;;; vielen dank !!!

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