How to make it

  • When the bacon is cooked and crispy, drain it on paper towels and let it cool.
  • With your knife, cut it into slightly smaller pieces but don't make it into tiny bits and crumbles.
  • You want to still taste the bacon chunks.
  • Mix the bacon, tomatoes, onion, cheese, garlic, mayo and herbs in a mixing bowl.
  • Set aside.
  • Open your biscuits.
  • Separate each biscuit with your fingers into 3 thin disks instead of just one.
  • You'll need a mini muffin pan if you want your tarts to have a "middle."
  • take each biscuit disk and urge it into the muffin hole so it slides to the bottom and up the sides to form a tart crust.
  • You can use your knuckle to get the middle of the crust to go to the bottom.
  • Put a heaping teaspoon of mixture in each indentation.
  • The whole mixture and the biscuit dough will make 24 tarts
  • Bake them at 350 degrees for 12 to 14 minutes until browned on the edges.
  • Let them cool slightly in the pan and then remove to let them cool. You can serve warm, room temperature or even store refrigerated and then re-heat and serve later.

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  • pat2me 10 years ago
    How did I miss this one?
    Looks awesome....thanks!
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    " It was excellent "
    berry ate it and said...
    Mystic, I love tarts, I love this recipe.... picture is beautiful.
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  • pink 10 years ago
    Beautiful little packages waiting to be eaten! My fave *Tarts*! *smile*
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  • inmaculada 10 years ago
    They look so pretty!! and tasty too. I´ll make next week. Some friends are coming for a formal dinner and I´d like to fix something "fancy". Thanks.
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