• Makes 30
  • 60 minutes
  • Difficulty Medium
  • 10 Ingredients


Melt in mouth tart, perfect for school lunch boxes or an afternoon tea.

Ingredients (makes 30 small tarts)

  • 350 gr Butter
  • 100 gr NESTLE Condensed Milk
  • 500 gr Plain flour
  • 2 Egg yolks
  • 1/2 tsp Green tea powder
  • Some cloves
  • 1 big Fresh Pineapple (blend until smooth)
  • 200 gr Sugar
  • 1/2 tsp Cinnamon powder


  1. Put all the filling ingredients in a saucepan (pineapple, sugar and cinnamon), cook with slow heat until thick and sticky. Set aside.
  2. Cream butter and NESTLE Condensed milk until light. Add in egg yolk and beat a while.
  3. Mix in flour until everything becomes a soft (not sticky) dough. Take a small portion of dough mix with green tea powder to make some leaves pattern.
  4. Roll into oval shape, filling with pineapple jam and use scissors to snip the surface to form a spiky look. Place the leaf and insert a clove on the top.
  5. Bake in a pre-heated oven at 150C for 20 mins or until golden brown. The pineapple tart is now ready to serve and can be stored in a jar as need.

  • My daughter loves everything pineapple. This looks fantastic


  • These look so cute just like a bought one thanks so.much


  • LOVE love love love this idea.


  • These are so adorable!


  • This look so cute. Thanks for sharing a great recipe.


  • this looks delish…thanks for sharing


  • An artistic, and I am sure very delicious dessert. I’m just wondering how I can reduce the sugar content considerably without losing flavour.
    I wish they made condensed milk with only a small amount of sugar in it.


  • LOVE the presentation of this!!!!


  • A wonderfully creative recipe; thanks!.


  • Lovely original recipe. I’ve not heard of green tea powder, but I’m assuming I can get it from an Asian grocery shop


  • The cutest little tarts. Thanks for sharing.


  • OMG how amazing do these look! Would be VERY sweet!


  • These look so amazing! 10/10 for presentation, brilliant work


  • These are gorgeous. Love to try these.


  • Really nice! Thanks for sharing this recipe!


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