Member recipeJam Tarts Recipe Rating Static 12345(9 ratings) Member recipe by cookingmad236Servings Serves 1 - 12 TartletsSweet and delicious jam tarts excellent warm. This recipe has been submitted by the Good Food community. Sign in or create a My Good Food account to upload your own recipe creations. Please note that all recipes will be moderated but they are not tested in the Good Food kitchen.Save to My Good FoodPlease sign in or register to save recipes. Print Ingredients Method Ingredients12 teaspoons jam (of your choice of flavour)28g sugar255g plain flour140g hard marg or butter6 tbsp cold water MethodPreheat the oven to Gas Mark 5 Sieve the flour into a mixing bowl and rub in the marg until it resembles fine breadcrumbsadd the water tablespoon by table spoon until it is a moist doughGrease a cupcake tray and cut the pastry.Put the jam into the pastry and bake on Gas Mark 5 for 12-15 mins You may also like Jam turnovers 0(0 ratings) Halloween apple & strawberry pie 4.5(2 ratings) Easy cornflake tart 5(10 ratings) Bakewell tarts 4.23077(26 ratings) Easy jam tarts 4.53846(13 ratings) Eccles cakes 5(3 ratings) Mini Paris-Brest with white chocolate & crystallised fruit 0(0 ratings) Strawberry jam 4.066665(15 ratings) Comments, questions and tipsSign in or create your My Good Food account to join the discussion. Comments (19) Questions (0) Tips (0) GerryBuilt 27th Aug, 2017 Simple, easy recipe - great to try with young children. However; you need to add what to do with the sugar, and ingredients are normally listed in the order they are used. It would be good to add that 'gas mark 5' is 190C/375F (about 10% lower for fan forced). nsl0922 21st Jun, 2017 5.05Great recipe. Used it for school with a faulty oven and they still turned out delicious, all my friends loved them. amlbudimir 22nd Feb, 2017 The worst recipe! Where does the sugar go?! And no thickness specified at all. And Gas Mark 5, it would have been helpful to have this in Farenheit or Centigrade. So after following this recipe, my tarts are too thick, raw in the middle and currently inedible! In the bin they go! Note to self - next time, read the comments below! Zandra Burgess 3rd Sep, 2018 It is easy to convert gas marks to Fahrenheit or Centigrade, that’s what google is there for so the thickness and rawness is your own fault. If you have issues with this recipe get a different one. nsl0922 21st Jun, 2017 5.05its not hard to convert gas to Fahrenheit or centigrade so the raw thing is your own fault tankman 13th May, 2016 3.05Thickness of pastry would be very helpful. I made two batches and one was thicker than the other, tasted claggy and undercooked, although were golden brown lukethebakequeen 23rd Apr, 2016 The sugar is optional to sprinkle on top of the jam before baking to give them a little extra sheen. noodle1965 16th Jan, 2014 Great simple recipe ~ quick & easy... I made a selection~ passion fruit curd, raspberry, blackcurrent & apricot jam. Must'n over full the cases... Big hit with everyone! daniellemjs18 24th Dec, 2013 When do you use the sugar? drdaz123 3rd Apr, 2013 4.05Simple recipe, goes down well with the kids!! NB. Add your sugar after you have rubbed in the flour, before adding the water! Pages12next ›Be the first to ask a question about this recipe...Unsure about the cooking time or want to swap an ingredient? Ask us your questions and we’ll try and help you as soon as possible. Or if you want to offer a solution to another user’s question, feel free to get involved...Sign in or create your My Good Food account to join the discussion.Be the first to suggest a tip for this recipe...Got your own twist on this recipe? Or do you have suggestions for possible swaps and additions? We’d love to hear your ideas.Sign in or create your My Good Food account to join the discussion.