Five best Christ­mas tarts

Treat your­self with a Christ­mas mince tart this silly sea­son.

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From the but­tery pas­try that melts in your mouth, to the spicy and su­per fruity, there are flavours for ev­ery­one.

Mince tarts can also be the per­fect dessert for Christ­mas lunch or din­ner.

We’ve pulled to­gether five of the best places to buy those mouth wa­ter­ing, crum­bling pas­try treats.

Sa­bato, Mount Eden

Fine food store, Sa­bato, has a lux­ury range of Christ­mas good­ies for sale.

At Sa­bato, the mince tarts are hand­made with a del­i­cate but­tery pas­try and are filled with brandy soaked fruit mince.

Try them with a chilled glass of bub­bly or a cup of tea or cof­fee.

Lit­tle & Fri­day, dif­fer­ent lo­ca­tions

If you en­joy dark choco­late, these tarts are for you.

Lit­tle & Fri­day’s ‘boozy’ fruit mince tarts have a hint of dark French choco­late in them.

The Cake Kitchen, Eden Ter­race

The mince tarts at The Cake Kitchen are made with short but­tery pas­try filled with home­made old fash­ioned fruit mince.

These are per­fect warmed up, served with lash­ings of brandy but­ter or cream and are avail­able in boxes of nine.

Pan­doro, dif­fer­ent lo­ca­tions

Short pas­try filled with dried fruit, fresh ap­ple and a lib­eral dose of brandy make these tarts de­li­cious.

If you’re want­ing a nib­ble, you can buy them in mini size but if you’re want­ing some­thing a bit more sub­stan­tial, try the large.

Send a Choco­late Cake, Three Kings

These hand­made tarts have a se­cret recipe of fruit and spices with a gor­geous sweet pas­try.

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