King's Hawaiian Mascarpone Toast Tarts

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

King's Hawaiian Mascarpone Toast Tarts
King's Hawaiian Mascarpone Toast Tarts

Thanks to King's Hawaiian, I received lots and lots of bread at the end of the tour (see post here). I normally purchase the original round bread and rolls, so I was excited to try the new products. For this treat, I used the King's Hawaiian Sliced Bread (but you can use the other Kings products - just slice it). This bread is delicious with cold cuts for lunch, french toast, and some homemade jam.

King's Hawaiian Mascarpone Toast Tarts
I wanted to make a super easy treat you can throw together in a flash. Just cut King's Hawaiian bread into shapes, toast with butter, and top with a sweetened mascarpone cream mixture and fresh fruit. How easy is that?! I used some Ateco rounds and scalloped edge cutters.

King's Hawaiian Mascarpone Toast Tarts
I toasted the bread pieces in my cast iron pan with butter. You can adjust the amount of butter to suit your tastes...it only takes a few minutes. A simple mixture of mascarpone cream, sugar and cream is spread on the toast pieces.

King's Hawaiian Mascarpone Toast Tarts
Top with any fruit you have available... a slice of peach, nectarine, pear or kiwi would be nice too.

King's Hawaiian Mascarpone Toast Tarts
I used a mascarpone, sugar and chilled heavy whipping cream mixture on top of the toasted Kings Hawaiian bread similar to this one I used to fill pastry shells for a wedding.

King's Hawaiian Mascarpone Toast Tarts

King's Hawaiian Bread - sliced and cut into bite size pieces
Fresh fruit
Mascarpone Cream Filling
4 ounces (half an 8 ounce tub) of  mascarpone cream (I used Trader Joe's)
2-3 Tablespoons granulated sugar (to taste)
2-3 Tablespoons heavy cream, chilled (to taste)

Toast the cut bread in butter. Let cool. Combine the Mascarpone cream mixture with a whisk. Spread on the toast and top with fruit. Serve and enjoy!
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2 comments:

dena @ohyoucook said... [Reply to comment]

Cuties! Because they are so tiny they have no calories -- right? ;)

Even easier to make than your fruit tartlets. Thanks for sharing!

Madhu said... [Reply to comment]

Hi Dear,

I am Madhu from INDIA. I am regular visitor of your blog but never commented. First time i am commenting here. these are very cute easy and tempting tarts inviting me to make them as soon as possible.
I have started a small blog. Kindly visit my space a say few words.

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