I often will eat fruits and nuts plus yogurt for breakfast. This is basically a fancified version of that very simple breakfast. And look how pretty it is! Layering the ingredients into a tart not only makes it feel more fancy, it causes the flavors to hit in you in a different way. This tart has beautiful flavors of toasty nuts, tangy yogurt, and red ripe berries (raspberries are my favorite, but you could use all sorts of fruit! You could also top the crust with something else entirely — I have visions of chocolate ganache on a pecan crust). I was surprised by just how good I thought it was — it was one of those ideas that actually works out just how you’d hoped in the execution! It’s easily healthy enough to eat for breakfast — it lasts for several days in the fridge and you can just cut yourself a slice in the morning — but it is nice enough for a light, summery dessert. The pecan crust is adapted slightly from the blog Passports and Pancakes. It might not seem like it will bake up as a functional crust, but it really does! —fiveandspice
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