Mason Jar Chocolate Raspberry Tarts

Mini chocolate tarts baked in a mason jar lid and topped with fresh berries!

Did I ever tell you about that one time my mom and dad went to Mexico and they brought me back mini bottles of ketchup and mustard as a souvenir.

Yep. That happened.

Mini chocolate tarts baked in a mason jar lid and topped with fresh berries!

(Okay, fine, they also brought me other stuff.)

I love miniature stuff. It’s cute and wee and adorable and I want to shove it all in my pockets and carry it around with me forever.

Mini chocolate tarts baked in a mason jar lid and topped with fresh berries!

So, I made mini tarts for you guys. But, who has mini tart pans just laying around? Not me. I do, however, have a bajillion and one mason jar lids. Not only do mason jar lids work brilliantly, they’re super cute and Pinterest-y. I used the wide mouth lids and this recipe made 8 tarts. I imagine you’ll get closer to 12 with the regular sized lids.

I saw the idea for mason jar pies over on Dessert for Two. That Christina is a smart lady and I like her. Except that she’s almost as old as me and she looks like she could be my daughter. I hate her.

Mini chocolate tarts baked in a mason jar lid and topped with fresh berries!

Moving on!

Mason Jar Chocolate Tarts! The crust is easy to make, the chocolate filling is just a few ingredients and literally takes about 2 minutes of hands on time, but the kicker? The tart, fresh, juicy raspberries.

When I think of dessert, I think of raspberries. They’re the perfect way to fancy up an otherwise ordinary treat.

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Driscoll’s is the brand I always buy from the grocery store. Super excited that they asked me to create a fun summer treat for you with their delectable berries. Their website is full of delectable raspberry desserts to get you inspired this summer.

So, bust out your rolling pin, whip up some dough, melt yourself some chocolate, and top it all off with a handful of berries. These little tarts are sure to impress and will make an already fun summer evening even better.

Mini chocolate tarts baked in a mason jar lid and topped with fresh berries!

Hop on over for the recipe for these easy peasy Mason Jar Chocolate Raspberry Tarts!

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