Gluten Free Raw No Bake Strawberry Tarts

These fresh strawberry gluten free tarts are a light and delicious dessert that are easy to make anytime.

Gluten Free Fresh Strawberry Tarts found at

Is is strawberry season here in the Bay Area and farmer’s markets are full of fresh, juicy organic strawberries. Some of my best recipe inspiration comes from seeing what fresh produce is in season.

I am so excited to share my gluten free strawberry tart recipe with you.

Of course, if you buy enough fresh strawberries, you can make these Gluten Free Strawberry Oat Bars too!

Farmer's Market Strawberries

Going to the farmer’s market is a special trip I make every Sunday morning.

More specifically, it is ME time…quiet time to enjoy the morning while my teens sleep away half of their day. Is there a special time that you cherish just for yourself?

Our Campbell farmer’s market is one of the best in the area because not only does it have tons of fresh organic produce, but there are several delicious gluten free food vendors there as well.

My top favorite food vendors include:

Oxacan Kitchen

Imagine It Bakery

Flour Chylde Bakery

Delicious Crepes Bistro

Flying Falafel

Each week it is a challenge to decide which booth to eat at. The first two vendors are 100% gluten free and the other vendors are so savvy to how to handle gluten free. All are 100% delicious!

I am totally digressing from my fresh strawberries. When strawberries are in season, they are big, juicy, and sweet.

Now I have a three-pack of organic strawberries with the high hopes of using them in a few recipes. Totally naive on my part. What was I thinking bringing such a tempting treat home? Once my kids saw these strawberries, I was lucky to grab a small handful of strawberries to make these tarts with πŸ™‚ Here are two more delicious strawberry recipes to try: Gluten Free Light and Fluffy Strawberry Muffins and Gluten free Strawberry Rugelach Cookies.

How to make gluten free strawberry tarts:

Tart Crust

These tarts are raw and because there is no baking involved, they are so quick and easy to make. I press out the crust and chill it a little bit before adding the filling.

Filling Tarts

Once the filling is spread out, add the strawberries and drizzle on some honey to sweeten. Nuts are also great, but those are totally optional :-). I am drooling just thinking about these tarts and how they taste! If you don’t have strawberries on-hand, feel free to use any fresh fruit!

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Things You Need To Make This Recipe:

  1. Fun round tart pans. These are so easy to use because the bottom pops out to make removing the tarts so easy.
  2. Almond flour…my very favorite thing to use in gluten free crusts.
Gluten Free Fresh Strawberry Tarts
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
  • For Crust:
  • 1 cup unsweetened shredded coconut
  • 1 cup almond flour
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 2 tablespoons coconut flour
  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • For Tart:
  • 3 cups ricotta
  • 1 cup plain yogurt I used full fat, not low fat or greek)
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • fresh strawberries
  • optional nuts
  1. In a large bowl, add crust ingredients.
  2. Rub coconut oil in either small tart round pans or one large tart pan.
  3. Press crust into the pan(s).
  4. Refrigerate for 15 minutes to set.
  5. (You don't want the tart dough too wet.)
  6. In a medium bowl, add wet tart ingredients.
  7. Use a blender to whip the ingredients together.
  8. Spoon the filling into each crust.
  9. Top with strawberries and drizzle honey on top.
  10. Chill for 30 minutes.

These gluten free lemon tarts are also a delicious dessert with plenty of fresh lemons.

Gluten Free Lemon Tart found at

Just in case you need a dinner idea to eat before this strawberry tart, give this recipe for Lamb Fajitas a try.

Lamb Fajitas found at







  1. Cassandra Sanders says:

    Can you please post the non-dairy conversion version of your yummy recipes for those of us who are GFCF?

    • Hi Cassandra. I know it must be hard to be both dairy free and gluten free. I label my recipes if they are dairy free, but I hesitate to suggest substitutions if I haven’t made them and verified the recipe would work. My friend, Shirley at Gluten Free Easily, has a lot of delicious gluten free and dairy free recipes on her blog at: I hope this helps.

  2. Sandi, these are BEAUTIFUL! Love that you made these gluten free

  3. This sounds so amazing, I’m so glad that strawberry season is coming back, I love that its no bake also!

  4. What lovely little tarts! That filling sounds incredible…and I’m counting the days until I can find some good, flavorful strawberries at my farmers market.

  5. These are gorgeous and such a smart way to make the crust gluten free. I have dinner parties and have some friends with special dietary needs and this will be perfect!

  6. First when I looked at your gorgeous tart, I thought, OMG the recipe must be complicated. But your directions look easy to follow and I can’t wait to make one for my family!

  7. Thanks for this great GF treat, Sandi! Strawberry season hasn’t arrived in the midwest yet but I have bookmarked this one for our many GF friends; I know they will love it!

  8. I love desserts that you can pick up with your fingers!

  9. These tarts are so pretty and fresh for spring! I’m jealous you already have strawberries. Ours are months away. I want this lemon tart with strawberries soon. I have everything I need except those beautiful berries! Soon!

  10. Strawberry season is about to start here and I can’t think of anything more delicious to celebrate it than these little tarts!

  11. Such a pretty dessert!

  12. We LOVE our farmers market and swing by once a week whenever they’re open. I love their summer berries. We usually make Jam with them but I think I’m going to snag a few berries for myself this year and make these tarts!

  13. Andi @ The Weary Chef says:

    My name is written all over that strawberry tart! Perfect that you made it gluten free yet still delicious and easy! Can’t wait to try!

  14. Andi @ The Weary Chef says:

    My name is written all over that tart! Perfect that you made it gluten free yet still delicious and easy! Can’t wait to try!

  15. Sandi, this looks beautiful! I for one am not a coconut fan, but I just might have to make the sacrifice for these tarts.

  16. This tart looks so attractive! Love the use of coconut flour and shredded coconut! I am a huge fan of coconut. πŸ™‚

  17. What do you think the difference would be if I subbed Greek yogurt for the regular full-fat yogurt?

    I know ricotta is different than cottage cheese, but I just bought a huge tub of CC so I’m hoping I could do something to substitute it in the tart. Are you familiar enough with these two? TIA for any suggestions. I will google it too. I hate being the one to ask about substitutions when you’ve already got a solid recipe! I’m eager to try it! My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed eating at a raw restaurant when vacationing in St. Petersburg, FL this spring. They were so incredible, it may make my hubby open to eating some raw recipes – if I can successfully pull it off. πŸ™‚ Being a holistic health coach who uses essential oils that are certified for internal usage safety, I’ll definitely be adding a drop of Lemon essential oil too.:)

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