Slideshow: 10 Summer Tart Recipes We Love

Strawberry Campari Tart
Strawberry Campari Tart

The bitterness from the Campari, an Italian bitter, paired with sweet strawberries gives this tart a different flavor from your ordinary strawberry tart. The toasted oats in the dough add a nutty taste that holds everything together.

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[Photograph: Caroline Ford]

Apricot-Peach Crostata
Apricot-Peach Crostata
In this rustic tart, pasta frolla is layered with apricot preserves and big slices of fresh peaches. Feel free to add in plums or nectarines for some variety. Get the recipe

[Photograph: Carrie Vasios]

Strawberry-Blueberry Tart
Strawberry-Blueberry Tart

Using a graham cracker crust, a lemon filling, and fresh strawberries and blueberries, this recipe nicely showcases summery fruits.

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[Photograph: Carrie Vasios]

An Austere Berry Tart
An Austere Berry Tart

The natural sweetness of strawberries and a buttery tart curst is what makes this Austere Berry Tart delicious and easy to make compared to other pastry doughs.

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[Photograph: Caroline Russock]

Blueberry Crisp Tart
Blueberry Crisp Tart

Can't decide between making a crisp and a pie? Try this hybrid tart, which has the beautiful look of a pie with all that buttery crisp topping you love.

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[Photograph: Caroline Russock]

Strawberry Galette
Strawberry Galette

With this galette, the strawberries caramelize and fill with flavor once it is baked. If your strawberries are passed their peak, this is a great recipe that showcases the berries and makes them tasty again.

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[Photograph: Lauren Weisenthal]

Strawberry Thyme Tart with Mint Glaze
Strawberry Thyme Tart with Mint Glaze

It's best to use strawberries that are not at their ripest for this tart as ripe strawberries give the crust a soggy bottom. Try replacing the strawberries with peaches and the thyme with mint for a late-summer version.

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[Photograph: Sarah Baird]

Quickie Fruit Tartlets
Quickie Fruit Tartlets

Crisp tuile shells are the base of these tartlets. Fill them with whatever fruit you have on hand for an easy summer dessert.

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[Photograph: Squire Fox]