We want to see your best butter tart recipe! Butter tarts are a truly Canadian treat. But as cooks, we may differ in our opinions on what makes the BEST butter tarts. Do you like your butter tarts runny, caramelized or with a firm filling? Do you prefer raisins or nuts in your butter tart filling? Store bought or homemade pastry?
We want to see your best recipe for butter tarts! Share your recipe with the Foodie Pages community by leaving a link or recipe in the comments section below, or emailing it to [email protected] Each recipe entry will be entered into a draw to win a $50 gift card to shop from the amazing small food producers selling on FoodiePages.ca. Winner will be chosen at random. Contest closes May 3rd.
Find the Best Butter Tart in Canada
If you live in Ontario, you can now check out the Wellington North Butter Tart Trail – a self-guided, 100 km road tour that shares at least a dozen butter tart hotspots – or the Butter Tart Tour in the Kawarthas.
Check out the Butter Tart Taste-Off at the 2013 Flavour Festival in Peterborough on April 28th.
Taste the best butter tart in Ontario at the first annual Butter Tart Festival in Midland on June 15th.
The Pie Hole | Vancouver, BC | @pieholevan
Mabel’s Bakery | Toronto, ON | @mabelsbakery
The Pantry Shelf | 169 Kent St W | Lindsay, ON
Old Bakery Restaurant | 59 Queen St | Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON
Rachel’s Tarts | Trenton, ON | *the pecan butter tarts are a favourite
Dee’s General Store | Valens, ON | *over a dozen flavours, including chocolate chip
Do you know a butter tart hotspot? Let us know @FoodiePages